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STEL

[stel or ¦es¦tē¦ē′el]
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The licence was granted to STel in January 2008 and during 2009, BMIC paid $175m to acquire 42.7 per cent in STel from Sky City Foundation, which is a hedge fund that was part of a consortium that also sold a 51pc stake in STel to Siva Limited in 2009.
Sky City Foundation is a hedge fund that was part of a consortium that also sold a 51 per cent stake in STel to Siva Limited in 2009.
They got to a certain level and went on to area level and then got into the county group and then if they improve go on to residential courses," said Stel, a Welsh adult learners project worker for Bangor University.
Mohamed bin Isa Al Khalifa, CEO, Batelco Group, said that the his company had entered into a binding agreement to sell its 42.7% equity in STel for BD 65.8 million ($174.5m), to its Indian partner, Sky City Foundation Limited.
"STel is one of the first new operators to enter the market in a very timely manner due to infrastructure sharing with existing operators," said STel director Swaminathan,.
* Exposure limits - eight-hour time-weighted average (TWA) permissible exposure limit (PEL of 1 part BD per million parts air [ppm]); short-term exposure limit (STEL) of 5 ppm over a 15-minute period; and an action level of 0.5 ppm.
"Whilst the immediate focus is on STel's customers, employees and suppliers, STel shareholders will also review the sustainability of its business operations under the revised conditions imposed by the Indian Supreme Court's recent judgement impacting the telecoms industry," Batelco said.