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CAG goes after another spectrum deal
Preliminary estimates point to loss of more than Rs. 2,00,000 crore; Department of Space, ISRO under scanner
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What's the big deal about S-band?
Globally 2.5 Ghz band is used for 4G services and is worth billions of dollars
Trial spectrum given to Devas to be withdrawn soon: DoT
According to top officials in the Department of Telecommunications, the spectrum allocated to Devas Multimedia to conduct trials of its broadband services is likely to be withdrawn soon. If that happens, Devas will have to apply for a ...
No violation, ready to launch: Devas
Even as the deal between Devas Multimedia and Antrix has come under the scanner, the former says that it is on course for a launch this year. Dr. M.G. Chandrasekhar, Chairman, Devas Multimedia, told Business Line: “I've not heard ...
Note for cancellation held up with ISRO
A draft note suggesting the cancellation of the contract between Devas Multimedia and Antrix is waiting for comments from the Indian Space Research Organisation. According to top government sources, the fourth draft of the proposal was ...
Praja Rajyam Party merges with Congress
Not to join Kiran Kumar Reddy government
Muslim Brotherhood joins political mainstream in Egypt
CAIRO: After being shunned for decades, the Muslim Brotherhood appears set to acquire official legitimacy in Egypt with its representatives on Sunday holding talks with the government on defining the ground rules for a political transition, ...
Karunanidhi serves legal notice on Swamy
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has served a legal notice on Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy threatening to launch civil and criminal defamation proceedings against him, if he failed to retract his statement alleging Mr. ...
Considerable scope to do more with SAARC, says Nirupama Rao
“Devote more energy to ensure early ratification of Agreement on Trade in Services”
SAARC to have first woman Secretary-General
THIMPHU: SAARC will get its first woman Secretary-General in its silver jubilee year — the former Maldivian Attorney-General, Fathimath Dhiyana Saeed, is all set to succeed Indian diplomat Sheel Kant Sharma, who will complete his tenure ...
Omar asks Army to exercise caution
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has asked the Army and other security forces to ensure that incidents like the killing on Friday of a youth in an Army ambush did not recur and exercise utmost caution while dealing with ...
India, Pakistan to take dialogue process forward
THIMPHU: Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan decided to take the dialogue process forward after 90 minutes of talks late on Sunday night. “The Foreign Secretaries had useful and frank discussions on the steps required ...
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