Below i m giving the last paragraph of the TDSAT rulling which is given today (28th Nov)21. For the reasons stated above, we find no merit in this appeal and find no reason to interfere with the impugned notification. Hence, we dismiss this appeal and direct that the notification in question be brought into effect immediately by TRAI so that the benefit of the notification to the consumer is not delayed further. Appeal dismissed with cost computed at Rs.50,000/-.……………..J(N.Santosh Hegde)Chairperson……………..(Vinod Vaish)Member……………….(D.P.Sehgal)MemberBelow is the news in sify:TDSAT upholds TRAI order on price reduction Monday, 28 November , 2005, 18:14 New Delhi: In a setback to VSNL, telecom tribunal TDSAT on Monday upheld the TRAI order on fixing a ceiling on prices of bandwidth of various capacities, a move that could benefit bulk users like IT and IT enabled services companies and also in bringing down the access charges of internet. Earlier directed by TDSAT, TRAI had carried out TDSAT mandated disclosures with the incumbent operator. | Read more Finance news. | TRAI had fixed a ceiling tariff of International Private Leased Circuit (Half Circuits) in respect of E-1, DS-3 and STM-1 capacities are Rs 13 lakhs, Rs 104 lakhs and Rs 299 lakhs per annum respectively. These ceiling tariffs fixed result in a reduction of 29 per cent, 64 per cent and 59 per cent in tariffs for E-1, DS-3 and STM-1 capacities respectively (as compared to the existing listed price prevalent in the market for India USA Atlantic route). The authority had fixed the ceiling tariffs for three most commonly used capacities -- E-1 (Speed of 2 MBPS), DS-3 (45 MBPS) and STM-1 (155 MBPS). VSNL had challenged these reductions questioning the methodology adopted by TRAI to arrive at these figures and had also sought disclosure of more data in this regard from TRAI. TDSAT had asked the regulator to disclose the relevant data with VSNL.