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Extension of time for receiving comments on Consultation Paper on 'Regulatory Principles of Tariff Assessment'- (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) (11 Apr 2017)


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Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) issued a Consultation Paper on 'Regulatory Principles of Tariff Assessment' on 17th February, 2017 inviting comments from the stakeholders by 17th March, 2017 and counter comments by 24th March, 2017. On request from various stakeholders, the last date for the submission of comments on the Consultation Paper was extended upto 7th April, 2017 and counter comments by 15th April, 2017. TRAI has received request from the stakeholders for further extension of time for submission of comments. The Authority has therefore, extended time for submission of comments upto 21st April, 2017 and counter comments by 1st May, 2017. Comments on the Consultation Paper may be sent, preferably in electronic form on the e-mail address Comments/ counter comments will be posted on TRAI's website.


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