License Cancellation


'License Cancellation' - 21 News Result(s)

  • Max Hospital Deaths: Delhi Police Files Status Report

    Max Hospital Deaths: Delhi Police Files Status Report

    The Delhi Police today filed a status report on its probe into the death of twin babies at Shalimar Bagh Max hospital before a court here, which has directed that the investigation be conducted expeditiously.

  • Max Healthcare Moves Government Authority On Licence Cancellation

    Max Healthcare Moves Government Authority On Licence Cancellation

    Max Healthcare on Wednesday moved a "government authority" against the cancellation of licence of its hospital in Shalimar Bagh in north-west Delhi, even as it appealed to the DGHS to "reconsider" its decision.

  • Cancelling Max Hospital License Irrational: Delhi Medical Association

    Cancelling Max Hospital License Irrational: Delhi Medical Association

    The Delhi Medical Association (DMA) today termed the city government's decision to cancel the licence of Max Super Specialty Hospital in Shalimar Bagh over wrongly declaring dead a newborn as "irrational and autocratic".

  • Licence Cancelled Of Delhi's Max Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead

    Licence Cancelled Of Delhi's Max Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead

    The licence of an upscale Delhi hospital that found itself in the middle of a huge backlash after it incorrectly declared a newborn dead was cancelled today. Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh cannot take new patients for now, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said.

  • 4,548 Doctors Lose Registration For Not Serving In Rural Areas

    4,548 Doctors Lose Registration For Not Serving In Rural Areas

    The Maharashtra government cancelled the registration of over 4,500 doctors for failing to serve in rural areas for a year, which is mandatory, a Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) official said.

  • Saudi Arabia Revokes Qatar Airways Licence

    Saudi Arabia Revokes Qatar Airways Licence

    Saudi Arabia on Tuesday revoked the operating licence of Qatar Airways and ordered the airline's offices to close within 48 hours, state media reported, as a regional diplomatic crisis escalated.

  • Inform Us of Foreign Funds to NGOs in 48 Hours, Government Proposes to Banks

    Inform Us of Foreign Funds to NGOs in 48 Hours, Government Proposes to Banks

    It could take all but 48 hours for the government to know about any NGO receiving foreign funds, and it will be mandatory for NGO's to put out such details on their website within a week. These are some of the changes proposed by union home ministry to keep a strict watch on NGOs under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Rules.

  • Tamil Nadu: 236 Textile & Dyeing Units in Erode District Sealed

    Tamil Nadu: 236 Textile & Dyeing Units in Erode District Sealed

    Two hundred and thirty six textile dyeing and processing factories in the district have been sealed for violating pollution control board norms, their licenses cancelled and power connections cut off, according to environment minister Thoppu N. Venkatachalam.

  • Pakistan Suspends Three Geo TV Channels for Allegations Against ISI

    Pakistan Suspends Three Geo TV Channels for Allegations Against ISI

    The licences of three television channels of the Geo TV network were today suspended by Pakistan's electronic media watchdog for levelling allegations against the country's powerful spy agency ISI.

  • Why is only some spectrum, not all, being auctioned: Supreme Court to government

    Why is only some spectrum, not all, being auctioned: Supreme Court to government

    The Supreme Court has asked the government to explain why it is not auctioning all the spectrum that was linked to 122 mobile network licenses cancelled in February this year. The auction is scheduled for November 12.

  • Supreme Court extends deadline for auction of new 2G licenses till August 31

    Supreme Court extends deadline for auction of new 2G licenses till August 31

    The Supreme Court has extended the deadline for auction and issue of new licenses for the 2G spectrum till August 31, 2012 in lieu of the 122 telecom licenses cancelled. The cancelled licenses, however, will stay in operation till September 7, 2012 for a smooth transition and to avoid any inconvenience for the customers of the telecom companies.

  • 2G verdict: Govt wants presidential reference on auction of resources

    2G verdict: Govt wants presidential reference on auction of resources

    When the Supreme Court cancelled 122 licenses granted in 2008 for mobile network licenses and accompanying spectrum, the two judges who delivered the verdict said all national resources must be distributed only through an auction. The licenses revoked by Justices AK Ganguly and GS Singhvi had been allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis by then...

  • 2G licenses: SBI's loss could be Rs 100 cr

    2G licenses: SBI's loss could be Rs 100 cr

    State Bank of India said the loss to it could be Rs 100 crore, in the worst case scenario, following the Supreme Court order cancelling 122 second generation mobile licenses.

  • PM consults senior ministers on 2G license cancellation issue

    PM consults senior ministers on 2G license cancellation issue

    Days after the Supreme Court cancelled 122 licenses for 2G spectrum, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday held consultations with senior Cabinet colleagues on its impact on overall telecom sector and the way forward. "This meeting was to inform senior ministers as to what are the implications and ramifications of the judgement. This group was ...

  • 2G Verdict: Telenor reports Q4 loss on Indian license cancellation

    2G Verdict: Telenor reports Q4 loss on Indian license cancellation

    Norway's Telenor said that a court decision in India to cancel all operating licenses of its Uninor subsidiary led to a 1.9 billion kroner ($330 million) fourth-quarter loss.

'License Cancellation' - 6 Video Result(s)

'License Cancellation' - 21 News Result(s)

  • Max Hospital Deaths: Delhi Police Files Status Report

    Max Hospital Deaths: Delhi Police Files Status Report

    The Delhi Police today filed a status report on its probe into the death of twin babies at Shalimar Bagh Max hospital before a court here, which has directed that the investigation be conducted expeditiously.

  • Max Healthcare Moves Government Authority On Licence Cancellation

    Max Healthcare Moves Government Authority On Licence Cancellation

    Max Healthcare on Wednesday moved a "government authority" against the cancellation of licence of its hospital in Shalimar Bagh in north-west Delhi, even as it appealed to the DGHS to "reconsider" its decision.

  • Cancelling Max Hospital License Irrational: Delhi Medical Association

    Cancelling Max Hospital License Irrational: Delhi Medical Association

    The Delhi Medical Association (DMA) today termed the city government's decision to cancel the licence of Max Super Specialty Hospital in Shalimar Bagh over wrongly declaring dead a newborn as "irrational and autocratic".

  • Licence Cancelled Of Delhi's Max Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead

    Licence Cancelled Of Delhi's Max Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead

    The licence of an upscale Delhi hospital that found itself in the middle of a huge backlash after it incorrectly declared a newborn dead was cancelled today. Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh cannot take new patients for now, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said.

  • 4,548 Doctors Lose Registration For Not Serving In Rural Areas

    4,548 Doctors Lose Registration For Not Serving In Rural Areas

    The Maharashtra government cancelled the registration of over 4,500 doctors for failing to serve in rural areas for a year, which is mandatory, a Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) official said.

  • Saudi Arabia Revokes Qatar Airways Licence

    Saudi Arabia Revokes Qatar Airways Licence

    Saudi Arabia on Tuesday revoked the operating licence of Qatar Airways and ordered the airline's offices to close within 48 hours, state media reported, as a regional diplomatic crisis escalated.

  • Inform Us of Foreign Funds to NGOs in 48 Hours, Government Proposes to Banks

    Inform Us of Foreign Funds to NGOs in 48 Hours, Government Proposes to Banks

    It could take all but 48 hours for the government to know about any NGO receiving foreign funds, and it will be mandatory for NGO's to put out such details on their website within a week. These are some of the changes proposed by union home ministry to keep a strict watch on NGOs under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Rules.

  • Tamil Nadu: 236 Textile & Dyeing Units in Erode District Sealed

    Tamil Nadu: 236 Textile & Dyeing Units in Erode District Sealed

    Two hundred and thirty six textile dyeing and processing factories in the district have been sealed for violating pollution control board norms, their licenses cancelled and power connections cut off, according to environment minister Thoppu N. Venkatachalam.

  • Pakistan Suspends Three Geo TV Channels for Allegations Against ISI

    Pakistan Suspends Three Geo TV Channels for Allegations Against ISI

    The licences of three television channels of the Geo TV network were today suspended by Pakistan's electronic media watchdog for levelling allegations against the country's powerful spy agency ISI.

  • Why is only some spectrum, not all, being auctioned: Supreme Court to government

    Why is only some spectrum, not all, being auctioned: Supreme Court to government

    The Supreme Court has asked the government to explain why it is not auctioning all the spectrum that was linked to 122 mobile network licenses cancelled in February this year. The auction is scheduled for November 12.

  • Supreme Court extends deadline for auction of new 2G licenses till August 31

    Supreme Court extends deadline for auction of new 2G licenses till August 31

    The Supreme Court has extended the deadline for auction and issue of new licenses for the 2G spectrum till August 31, 2012 in lieu of the 122 telecom licenses cancelled. The cancelled licenses, however, will stay in operation till September 7, 2012 for a smooth transition and to avoid any inconvenience for the customers of the telecom companies.

  • 2G verdict: Govt wants presidential reference on auction of resources

    2G verdict: Govt wants presidential reference on auction of resources

    When the Supreme Court cancelled 122 licenses granted in 2008 for mobile network licenses and accompanying spectrum, the two judges who delivered the verdict said all national resources must be distributed only through an auction. The licenses revoked by Justices AK Ganguly and GS Singhvi had been allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis by then...

  • 2G licenses: SBI's loss could be Rs 100 cr

    2G licenses: SBI's loss could be Rs 100 cr

    State Bank of India said the loss to it could be Rs 100 crore, in the worst case scenario, following the Supreme Court order cancelling 122 second generation mobile licenses.

  • PM consults senior ministers on 2G license cancellation issue

    PM consults senior ministers on 2G license cancellation issue

    Days after the Supreme Court cancelled 122 licenses for 2G spectrum, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday held consultations with senior Cabinet colleagues on its impact on overall telecom sector and the way forward. "This meeting was to inform senior ministers as to what are the implications and ramifications of the judgement. This group was ...

  • 2G Verdict: Telenor reports Q4 loss on Indian license cancellation

    2G Verdict: Telenor reports Q4 loss on Indian license cancellation

    Norway's Telenor said that a court decision in India to cancel all operating licenses of its Uninor subsidiary led to a 1.9 billion kroner ($330 million) fourth-quarter loss.

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