I have a few data points, but not the big picture.
19-10-2016, the Giant Metre Wave Telescope was used to monitor the doppler shift of a beacon signal from the Schiaparelli spacecraft as it descended into the Martian atmosphere. This is a radio telescope for Astronomy research, but was used as an extremely large aperture to collect a signal not necessarily intended for Earth reception. See this question for further discussion.
The Indian Deep Space Network in Byalalu supported Chandrayaan-1 in lunar orbit. It then received an upgrade in power and capability, and was used in conjunction with the NASA DSN for the Mars Orbiter Mission. As explained by Dr K Radhakrishnan, the former Director of ISRO in this video after 51:31 the deep space capability was developed and proven during MOM's mission. It was also tested or used in some way with MAVEN at Mars as well, but no details are given.
Could someone further explain how the Byalalu ground station has been used with MOM, MAVEN? Does it now have full deep space tracking and communications capability? How in the future it might be integrated as a new, networked deep space ground station?