ISRO's Antrix Corporation has challenged in the Delhi High Court its single judge order agreeing to hear Devas Multimedia's plea to attach its bank accounts to secure damages worth USD 672 million awarded to the latter by an international tribunal. DNA, 1 month ago
Devas interim plea to secure arbitral award maintainable: HC - DNA, 1 month ago
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their position to favour Devas by giving them rights for delivery of videos, multimedia content and information services to mobile phones using S-Band through GSAT-6 and GSAT-6A satellites and terrestrial systems in India.DNA, 4 weeks ago
The Enforcement Directorate on Monday attached assets worth Rs 79.76 crore from Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia. The company had entered into a fraudulent deal with an arm of Isro, the agency said. The 'proceeds of crime,' given as 'capacity reservation fee' ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Antrix-Devas deal: ED attaches assets over Rs 79 crore Money Control, 1 month ago
The Enforcement Directorate has attached an amount of Rs 79.76 crore in the Antrix-Devas case. The ED said that said that the attachment was done under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. The ED had in June 2016 initiated action to ...One India, 1 month ago ED attaches Rs 80 cr of Devas in Antrix deal SME Times, 1 month ago ED attaches Rs 80 crore of Devas in Antrix deal Business Standard, 1 month ago ED attaches approx Rs. 80 crore of Devas multimedia for illegal agreement sign Business Standard, 1 month ago
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With the launch of GSLV-MK III, slated for April, it will be able to cater to bigger satellites as well. Nikita Puri reports. Some weeks ago, images from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, made headlines across the globe. With the launch of 104 satellites in a single flight, Indian Space Research Organisation’s reliable Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, in its 39th flight, made a record-breaking move: the PSLV-C37 carried into orbit satellites nearly three times the number seen ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
A special court today granted two months to CBI to get sanction from authorities concerned to prosecute ex-ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair and other former senior officials for allegedly facilitating "wrongful" gain of Rs 578 crore to private multi-media ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Court gives CBI 3 months to get sanction to prosecute ex-ISRO officials Business Standard, 2 months ago
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