Bharti Airtel June 18 announced the release of 4G offerings inside the Lakshadweep Islands, turning into the primary cellular operator to launch excessive speed data services on the tropical archipelago. “We are surely proud to turn out to be the primary operator to launch 4G offerings in Lakshadweep and positioned the closing last remote territory at the digital superhighway. Airtel 4G now reaches the farthest corners of India,” Gopal Vittal, MD & CEO (India and South Asia), Bharti Airtel said in an assertion.
Airtel started its 4G services to be had throughout Agatti, Bangaram, and Kavaratti to begin with and can be progressively accelerated to different islands of the archipelago.
“I would love to congratulate Bharti Airtel at the release of 4G offerings in Lakshadweep. This is yet some other milestone toward building a digitally enabled India and empowering every Indian thru getting the right of entry to digital services,” Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan said.
Airtel’s 4G offerings will enable neighborhood citizens to access video streaming, fast downloads, and uploads on their cellular telephones.
“It may also give a first-rate raise to the nearby economy. Lakshadweep is also a famous traveler destination, and visitors will also be capable of getting right of entry to seamless cellular broadband connectivity over the Airtel 4G network,” the declaration stated.
OPEC, non-OPEC to meet subsequent on July 1-2: OPEC internet site
OPEC has agreed to move its next meeting to July 1, accompanied with the aid of a meeting with non-OPEC allies on July 2, in step with new dates published at the website of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
OPEC and allies were at first planning to satisfy on June 25-26 and were debating for the past month on a new date for their upcoming assembly to talk about oil output coverage.
Jain Irrigation plunges 26% after India Ratings cut longtime company score
Jain Irrigation Systems shares crashed 26 percentage intraday to hit a 52-week low of Rs 20.2 on June 19 after India Ratings cut its longtime issuer score.
The stock becomes quoting at Rs 21.10, down Rs 6.3, or 22.Ninety-nine percent on the BSE at 1314 hours IST.
India Ratings and Research said it had downgraded Jain Irrigation Systems’ Long-Term Issuer Rating to BBB from A-; while putting it on Rating Watch Negative (RWN).
The scoring agency said that the downgrade displays deterioration inside the liquidity profile of Jain Irrigation due to a delay in the realization of its receivables from its micro-irrigation systems (MIS) segment.