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The dark matter in Antrix-Devas deal
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The dark matter in Antrix-Devas deal

The arbitration setback for India does not come as a surprise, given the shenanigans. But reputational concerns arise India is again at the centre of an investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). After the setback in the White Industries arbitration in ... Business Line, 1 hour ago

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Devas, government to resolve satellite deal cancellation

Devas Multimedia, which has won two international tribunal awards against the cancellation of its contract with Antrix Corp to lease two satellites to India, said it would engage with the National Democratic Alliance government to resolve the issue.
 Smart Investor14 hours ago India will appeal against Haugue verdict on Antrix-Devas deal  New Indian Express1 day ago PTI - DEVAS - Antrix-Devas deal: India to appeal against Hague tribunal's verdict  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Govt claims it invoked security considerations, says it is studying PCA order against Antrix in Davos case  Indian Television9 hours ago

Madhavan Nair on why the Antrix-Devas deal went sour

'Was Devas deliberately trying to get out of the contract and, while getting out, were they trying to make money? Was the situation created by DoS and others to help Devas, and what we saw later a result of that?' Image: India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C25), carrying the Mars orbiter, lifts off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, about 100 km north of Chennai, on November 5, 2013. Photograph: Babu/Reuters. Image used for representational purposes only. Dr G ...
 Rediff.com7 hours ago
Indian Express

Fallout of the Antrix-Devas deal: Setback at The Hague, and the long, (probably) expensive trip ahead

 Indian Express22 hours ago
Financial Express

Antrix-Devas satellite deal: Hague tribunal rules against govt

While PCA hearings on the quantum of damages are to start soon now that the case of expropriation has been settled, a third case of damages is also pending arbitration. The first arbitral award by the International Chamber of Commerce's (ICC) ...
 Financial Express1 day ago Govt gets second Antrix blow, Hague tribunal rules against govt  Financial Express2 days ago

Antrix loses satellite case appeal against Devas, a second time

Antrix Corp, the commercial arm of India's space agency Isro, has lost a case for the second time in an international tribunal over cancelling a deal with Devas Multimedia, a satellite firm backed by Deutsche Telekom and two US investors. On ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago Antrix loses its second international tribunal case against Devas Multimedia  Business Standard2 days ago

Antrix-Devas case: Fifteen points to help you understand the deal

On Tuesday India lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd for cancelling its space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation, Devas said. The post Antrix-Devas case: ...
 First Post.com1 day ago Space Wars: Devas wins arbitration case, India mulls legal recourse  Prokerala2 days ago Won arbitration case against India, says Devas Multimedia  Prokerala2 days ago India has lost international arbitration case, says Devas  Prokerala2 days ago
Times of India

ED moves to prosecute Devas under PMLA for Fema violation

NEW DELHI: While Devas Multimedia, the former joint venture partner of Isro's commercial arm Antrix, may be celebrating a hefty compensation it has won from an international tribunal, the Bengaluru-based company still has to contend with an ED move ...
 Times of India1 day ago

India ordered to pay $1 bn in Antrix case

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, July 27 -- India may have to pay around $1 billion as compensation after an international tribunal ruled on Tuesday that the gover nment "unfairly" ...
 HT Syndication1 day ago

India loses Antrix arbitration case, may pay $1bn in damages to Devas

setback, India may have to pay $1 billion in damages after it lost the arbitration case at an international tribunal over its space marketing agency Antrix Corp annulling a contract with city-based private multimedia firm Devas. A Permanent Court ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago
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