CBI today carried out searches after registering a case to probe an alleged Rs 578-crore "wrongful" gain to a private multi-media company Devas by Antrix, the commercial arm of ISRO. After registering a case on Monday, CBI sleuths conducted the ... Outlook India, 1 month ago
CBI Files Case in Antrix-Devas Deal - New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Devas-Antrix deal: CBI carries out raids - Economic Times, 1 month ago
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Out of the 70MHz Sband spectrum Defence PSU Antrix Corporation Limited ACL leased out to Devas Multimedia Private Limited DMPL 10 MHz was specifically meant for strategic use and not to be made available to private firms revealed Central Bureau of ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
The CBI, probing the alleged irregularities in the multi-crore Antrix-Devas spectrum deal of the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), is preparing to send judicial requests to Singapore, Mauritius and the United States to get details about certain firms ...Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
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Representational image (Photo: PTI) New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate, which is already investigating the alleged irregularities in the multi-crore Antrix-Devas spectrum deal of the Indian Space Research Organisation under the Foreign ...Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
With its landmark achievements, ISRO is making rapid strides towards becoming a world leader in space technology. Sudhindra Haldodderi writes about one of its latest creations that promises to revolutionise mobile television. Launching a satellite ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
The CBI has registered a case to probe the alleged loss of Rs 578 crore caused in 2005 to the exchequer by K.R. Sridhara Murthi, former executive director of the department of space’s Antrix Corporation Limited, among others, who had manipulated the grant ...Asian Age, 1 month ago
Two museums in Transylvania will enter the 3D era as they will display about 500 Dacian objects from Orastie Mountains in Romania scanned and remodeled in 3D. The project team will also virtually reconstruct the Dacian fortifications in the area.Romania Business Insider, 1 month ago
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