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Setback for ISRO's Antrix; court orders it to pay $672 million as damages to Devas

Setback for ISRO's Antrix; court orders it to pay $672 million...

In a jolt to Indian Space Research Organisation’s commercial arm, Antrix, an international tribunal has asked it to pay damages worth $672 million (Rs 4,432 crore) to city-based firm Devas Multimedia for “unlawfully” terminating a deal four years ago on grounds of national security. The International Chamber of Commerce’s arbitration body International Court of Arbitration has ruled in our favour in the Antrix-Devas arbitration case and Antrix is liable to pay damages ..., 1 week ago

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Despite Nestl's woes, food companies continue to bet on India

Nestlé’s tussle with India’s food regulator does not seem to have dented the confidence of multi-national firms in India’s lucrative packaged food market. American food major Kellogg, the world's largest cereal maker, on Monday announced it would set up a research & development centre and a manufacturing facility in India -- its third in the country.This is the second major announcement by a multinational food company after American chocolate maker Mars ...
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After Messi, Ibra... Indian football uses Player Tracking System

In a first of sorts for Indian football, national team implements ‘Player Tracking System’ 'The trackers will facilitate injury prevention' IMAGE: Players train at the Indian football team’s camp in Pune with the ‘Player Tracking System’ vests. Photograph: AIFF Media Sports is a science, which only the best utilise to attain global standards. The All India Football Federation is looking in that direction as it looks to improve his standing on the world stage. In a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Rajan is right: Salaried class can't afford a house

Only double-income households can buy flats in India’s top 8 cities, except Mumbai When Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan asked real estate developers to start reducing prices so that more people would be willing to buy, he was only stating the obvious. According to real estate consultants, only double-income families can afford to buy a decent-sized flat (say, a 2 BHK flat with 1,000 sq ft of super built-up area) in India’s top eight cities, except Mumbai. Slow growth ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Walmart resumes India expansion after 3-year break

The company rolls out first standalone store in AgraWalmart, the world’s largest retail chain, opened its 21st store in India on Wednesday, after a gap of almost three years. It had stalled expansion in compliance with the US anti-graft law — Foreign Corrupt Practices Act -- over possible violations in Mexico, China, India, Brazil, among others. The latest store that has come up in Agra, the second in the city, follows one in Bhopal in November 2012. Walmart had entered into a joint ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Is Mysuru the cleanest city in India? Share your views

Mysuru has been ranked as India’s cleanest city. Karnataka and West Bengal have the maximum number of cities among the cleanest in the Swachh Bharat index. According to the survey of 476 cities during 2014-15,  commissioned by the ministry of urban development, cities in South India are among the cleanest. Thirty nine cities from the southern states, 27 from the East, 15 from the West, 12 from the North and 7 from the North-Eastern States are among the top 100 clean cities. Among ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The man who stole India's past

'It was only relatively recently that Subhash Kapoor was able to secure the sources in India, Afghanistan and Cambodia, that allowed him to get the really highest level objects, and that helped propel him in recent years up the ranks.' 'The art market is a $50 billion market that is almost entirely unregulated. So people like Kapoor can operate without fear of being caught.' Jason Felch, who has investigated the antiquities trade for many years, discusses the Subhash Kapoor case and the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

WTF News: It's Weird, True and Funny

This week’s collection of stories that prove we live in a truly mad, mad world  1) He’s nailed it! At 909.6-cm long, this man has the longest nails A man who has not cut his fingernails since 1952 has made it into the Guinness Book of records -- but says he has paid a price for his terrifying talons. Shridhar Chillal officially has the world’s longest fingernails on one hand ever, with their combined length coming in at a staggering 909.6cm. One of his thumbnails alone ...
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Mercedes-Benz India sales up 34% in Jan-Sep period

Image: Mercedes-Benz car. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Mercedes-Benz German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz on Wednesday reported 34 per cent increase in sales in India during the January-September period at 10,079 units.     "By selling 10,079 units, Mercedes-Benz sold almost the entire volume of 2014 in the first nine months of 2015," Mercedes-Benz India said. Image: Mercedes-Benz India has been on a roll. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Mercedes-Benz Newly appointed ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago How car majors plan to woo customers this festive season  Rediff.com5 days ago

Snubbed by BCCI, Srinivasan is 2nd most influential man in Asian Sport

Indian administrators are ruling the roost in Asian sports. Although, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) barred Narayanaswami Srinivasan from attending any meeting but he is still at the helm of the International Cricket Council The All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel was elected uncontested as Asian Football Confederation’s vice president of the SAFF Region ICC chairman Narayanaswami Srinivasan. Photograph: Warren Little/Getty Images The regional ...
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