According to CBI, an agreement between Antrix Corporation Limited and Bengaluru based DMPL was signed on January 28, 2005 for the lease of 10 S-band Transponders for the said services. On behalf of Antrix Corporation Limited, the then ED signed the said ... DNA, 4 days ago
Antrix-Devas deal: CBI given a month to get sanction for trial - ProKerala.com, 5 days ago
CBI charges former ISRO chairman & Antrix execs over criminal conspiracy - Media Nama, 1 week ago
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A Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) tribunal in The Hague has ruled against Antrix Corporation, the commercial arm of India's space organisation, ISRO, in the ongoing case with Devas Corporation over sharing of spectrum on satellites. Following ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago Govt claims it invoked security considerations, says it is studying PCA order against Antrix in Davos case Indian Television, 3 weeks ago A BIT too late Financial Express, 1 week ago Antrix loses to Devas, may have to pay big Business Line, 4 weeks ago
When Antrix Corporation sealed a pact with Devas Multimedia in 2005, it seemed an attractive collaboration under which two ISRO satellites would be built and launched by Antrix. Experts say that the UPA-2 government kind of jumped the gun as it ...Sunday Guardian Live, 3 weeks ago Smoke From A Failed Launch Outlook India, 3 weeks ago India faces $1 billion fine after losing arbitration case against Devas in international court DNA, 4 weeks ago Antrix-Devas case: India loses arbitration, faces $1 bn fine Equilibrio Informativo, 4 weeks ago
An international tribunal in The Hague has ruled against the Union government cancelling a contract between Antrix Corporation, the corporate arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), and Devas Multimedia Pvt. Ltd for the lease of S-band spectrum ...Asian Age, 4 weeks ago Devas-Antrix deal: International tribunal raps India Deccan Chronicle, 4 weeks ago Devas-Antrix deal: Tribunal rules against Indian govt The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
The verdict against Antrix Corporation , the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation, by the Permanent Court of Arbitration tribunal in The Hague is yet another example of how its dispute with Devas Multimedia has been mishandled by ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Antrix-Devas deal: India to appeal against Hague tribunal's verdict The Hindu, 4 weeks ago Antrix earned Rs 230 crore during 2015-16 through commercial launch services Indian Television, 4 weeks ago Talks on for launching more US satellites : Antrix United News of India, 2 months ago
Devas Multimedia had pocketed the deal with Antrix within a month of its inception on the basis of an allegedly false claim that it has IPR of a new technology for delivering multimedia content which saw its share price skyrocket 12,5000 times, according to ...Deccan Herald, 6 days ago Antrix-Devas case: Fifteen points to help you understand the deal First Post.com, 4 weeks ago Antrx-Devas row: CBI says Devas used false info to sign deal Domain-B, 5 days ago Space Wars: Devas wins arbitration case, India mulls legal recourse Prokerala, 4 weeks ago
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sanctions New Delhi, Aug 19 (PTI) A special court today granted CBI time till September 29 for getting appropriate sanction from authorities concerned to prosecute former senior officials in Antrix-Devas deal case including ex-ISRO chairman G ...Press Trust of India, 5 days ago Antrix-Devas case: Court grants time to CBI for getting sanctions Rediff.com, 5 days ago
Rarely have any scandals or misdemeanours been reported in 47 years of ISRO. The last time ISRO was in the news for wrong reasons was in 1994 when two senior scientists of the organisation were charged with espionage. The scientists were charged with selling ...catchnews.com, 1 week ago No wrongdoing in Antrix-Devas deal: Madhavan Nair Yahoo! India, 1 week ago Madhavan Nair on why the Antrix-Devas deal went sour Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
By Harisankar K. Sathyapalan* India is again in the limelight of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). After the huge stir created by the white industries award in 2011-12, an international tribunal has penalised the country earlier this week ...Centre For Public Policy Research, 3 weeks ago India ordered to pay $1 bn in Antrix case HT Syndication, 4 weeks ago India loses Antrix arbitration case, may pay $1bn in damages to Devas New Delhi Pioneer, 4 weeks ago India loses arbitration case to Devas at the Hague, may have to pay $1bn in fine DNA India, 4 weeks ago
India lost a big case at the International Tribunal in The Hague against Devas Multimedia and may have to pay close to $ 1 billion. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)'s commercial wing, Antrix Corporation Ltd. cancelled a major contract with ...Financial Express, 4 weeks ago India may pay $1bn fine in Antrix-Devas case: 6 points to know MSN News US, 4 weeks ago 'Devas'tated: India may have to pay close to a billion dollars for ISRO folly Oneindia, 4 weeks ago
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