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In respect of services a to fthe companies registered in India were permitted to operate under a licence on non-exclusive basis. For services covered by g and h mentioned above, keeping in view the constraints on the number of companies that could be allowed to operate, a policy of selection through a system of tendering was followed for grant of licences.
All services, which were opened up to private investment referred to above, are EM wave based services. Some of the frequencies are exclusively reserved for the defence and security operations of India which, for obvious reasons, cannot be made accessible to private parties.
In addition, paging licences were awarded in 27 cities and 18 State circles. These licences were bundled with spectrum within which a licensee was entitled to operate.
The licences were granted on the basis of selection through a system of tendering. On 20th Novembera Group was constituted by the Government of India to review the then existing telecom policy and suggest reforms. It took note of the fact situation as it existed on that day in the following words: After a competitive bidding process, licenses were awarded to a CMTS operators in the four metros, 14 CMTS operators in 18 state circles, 6 BTS operators in 6 state circles and to paging operators in 27 cities and 18 state circles.
VSAT services were liberalized for providing data services to closed user groups. Licences were issued to 14 operators in the private sector out of which only nine licencees are operational.
The Government has recently announced the policy for Internet Service Provision ISP by private operators and has commenced licensing of the same.
The NTP took note of the existence of various licences granted under the NTP and made a policy statement that the Government intends to resolve the problems of existing operators in a manner "which is consistent with their contractual obligations and is legally tenable".
The terms of the policy insofar as relevant for our purpose are as follows: The licensee will be required to pay one time Entry fee and License Fee as a percentage share of gross revenue under the license.
The Licence fee as a percentage of gross revenue under the licence shall be payable w. The Government will take a final decision about the quantum of the revenue share to be charged as licence fee after obtaining recommendations of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India TRAI.
On receipt of TRAI's recommendation and Government's final decision, final adjustment of provisional dues will be effected depending upon the percentage of revenue share and the definition of revenue for this purpose as may be finally decided.
In the yearthe Central Government came out with an Office Memorandum dated The relevant portion of the document reads as follows: In pursuance of this decision, the following shall be the broad Guidelines for the Unified Access Services License.
Even under the said regime, the validity of licence was initially for a period of 20 years from the effective date and extendible by 10 years. Under the National Telecom Policy for short "NTP"the Government of India decided to "de-link" licence and the spectrum for the purpose of grant of fresh licences.
In the meanwhile, the grant of licence and allotment of spectrum by the Union of India pursuant to the two press releases issued on By the said judgment, this Court set aside all the licences granted pursuant to the abovementioned press releases.
Union of India announced the NTP in which it sought to de-link the licences and allocation of spectrum in respect of future licences.
Shortly thereafter on 2. The relevant portion of the full text of the statement would be considered later in this judgment. Pursuant to the judgment in 2G case, the Union of India took steps to conduct an auction of the MHz band and MHz band insofar as they pertain to the certain operators whose licenses were coming to an end in Following the recent KRA developments, KRA have issued a notice informing the public about their new tax administration system.
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