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Devas Multimedia, the Bangalore-based company whose business contract to launch satellite-based data services for mobile devices was cancelled by the government in 2011, has demanded at least $ 1.6 billion (about Rs 9,000 crore) from the Department
The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed an application filed by Antrix Corporation engaged in marketing and sale of products and services of the Indian Space Research Organisation seeking proceedings under the Arbitration Act against Devas Multimedia P.
The Supreme Court on Friday ruled in favour of international arbitration in the Antrix-Devas standoff which arose after antrix cancelled S band wavelength allotted to Devas in 2005. The deal was called off by Antrix, the commercial wing of ISR0, in
Many neighbours have vacant orbital slots but lack the expertise or the resources to put up satellites on their own. A series of reports brought out by the Research & Analysis Wing (RAW) have underscored the boost to Chinese interests arising from
Chairman Dr G Madhavan Nair challenging the verdict of Central Administrative Tribunal which had turned down his petition as 'non maintainable'. A division bench comprising justice Thothathil B Radhakrishnan and justice B Kemal Pasha issued notice to
Madhavan Nair, seeking the quashing of an order terminating a fellowship conferred on him...The Ernakulam Bench of the CAT found that the fellowship was not a civil post or civil service under the Government of India. As such, it could not be
He, however, refused to elaborate his statement as the case is sub judice...However, he said there should be more budget allocation for such projects and also leadership of calibre to take forward such a mission. Nair and three other senior
December this year will also put five small commercial foreign satellites in orbit. Among them is a 148-kg Canadian surveillance satellite, Sapphire...The flight is slated for 12-12-12': or December 12 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.
The 51-hour count down for the 100th mission of the Indian space agency, slated for Sep 9, would begin Friday at 6.51 a.m. at the Sriharikota satellite launch centre in Andhra Pradesh, around 80 km from here, an official said...Sunday. "Today (
Bangalore, August 29, 2012 On September 9, the Indian Space Research Organisation will launch its hundredth mission. Over a period of 49 years, the space agency has sent up 63 satellites and 37 launchers, made indigenously...Prime Minister Manmohan