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ISRO may do a 68-satellite single launch next year

Next year, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) may be beating its own record and sending 68 tiny satellites of a single customer into space on one rocket. Its previous best was 20 on June 22 and the world's best multi-satellite launch to ... The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
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Devas made false tech. claims, alleges CBI

Devas Multimedia allegedly claimed in 2004 to have technology standardised by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute as late as 2007, the Central Bureau of Investigation says. The agency recently filed a charge sheet alleging that ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Devas shares increased from Rs 10 to 1.25 lakh after controversial deal with Antrix: CBI  DNA India1 month ago Antrix-Devas deal: CBI given a month to get sanction for trial  ProKerala.com1 month ago Antrix-Devas case: Delhi court inquires into delay in filing chargesheet  Livemint.com1 month ago
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Antrix-Devas case: Court grants time to CBI for getting sanctions

A special court on Friday granted Central Bureau of Investigation time till September 29 for getting appropriate sanction from authorities concerned to prosecute former senior officials in Antrix-Devas deal case, including former Indian Space Research Organisation chairman G Madhavan Nair, even as it questioned the probe agency on delay in filing the chargesheet. “It is submitted by investigating officer that he is filing documents today and that it will require some more time in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Antrix-Devas Deal: Court Grants Time to CBI for Getting Sanctions  Outlook India1 month ago

Benefit of Rs. 578 crores to Devas in deal

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. NEW DELHI, Aug. 12 -- In the chargesheets filed by CBI on Aug. 11, it was accused that the then officials of ISRO's commercial branch Antrix had facilitated ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Govt studying ISRO-Devas order before filing appeal at Hague

New Delhi: The government is studying the Hague tribunal's orders on Antrix-Devas deal and will file appeal against the verdict at an "appropriate time" in the international tribunal, ISRO Chairman said on Tuesday. Last month, India had lost the ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Government Studying Antrix-Devas Order Before Filing Appeal At Hague  NDTV1 month ago Govt studying Antrix-Devas order before filing appeal at Hague  Financial Express1 month ago Govt claims it invoked security considerations, says it is studying PCA order against Antrix in Davos case  Indian Television2 months ago
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UPA's hasty termination of Devas deal will cost India dear

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 Live2 months ago Antrix-Devas case: Fifteen points to help you understand the deal  Firstpost.com2 months ago

Costly folly

The government will have to pay $1 billion as compensation to Devas for the carelessness of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the folly of the then chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation, KR Radhakrishnan. A Permanent Court of ...
 The Statesman2 months ago
Firstpost.com

Isro's Antrix vs Devas: After the drubbing, ED probe may help India recover losses

In an arbitration case involving Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) and Devas Multimedia saw, the Government of India has lost the case in the international tribunal. This would mean the government's space arm Isro may have to pay $1 billion ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago
Firstpost.com

Centre may face $1 bn fine after losing Antrix-Devas arbitration case at the Hague

In an arbitration case involving Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and Devas Multimedia saw, the government of India has lost the case in the international tribunal. This would mean the government's space arm ISRO may have to pay $1 billion ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago
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