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ISRO Chairman claims decision to scrap contract was taken in July 2010, admits ISRO did not inform government of exclusive use of two satellites by Devas; PMO claims ‘no revenue loss'
What the PMO claims and what the facts are
New Delhi: The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) on Tuesday said in a brief statement that it had not taken any decision to allocate ‘space segment' (wireless radio frequency under the control of the Department of Space) in the S-band ...
Centre was advised in July 2010 to scrap Antrix-Devas deal
New Delhi: The Government of India was advised as early as in July 2010 to take a policy decision in the national interest to terminate the agreement between Antrix Corporation Ltd and Devas Multimedia Private Ltd, that involved a lifetime ...
How the deal was shaped according to Devas
How did the deal between ISRO and Devas Multimedia take shape? And what was the role of the government of India? On May 31, 2010, Business Line first reported ISRO's preferential maiden allotment of S-band spectrum to Devas Multimedia, ...
Many former officials now with Devas
CHENNAI: Several former technocrats of government agencies, especially the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), are associated with Devas Multimedia, which is now at the centre of a controversy over its 2005 agreement with the country's ...
End in sight to Parliament impasse
NEW DELHI: With the budget session due to start on February 21, the political mood on Tuesday was optimistic on the government conceding the demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the 2G spectrum allocation after a debate ...
CBI gets custody of A. Raja for two more days
Remand application says there is a likelihood of his tampering with evidence
ISRO does not sell spectrum: Madhavan Nair
COIMBATORE: “The job of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is to build and operate satellites and provide satellite-based services to users. It does not sell spectrum and does not allocate spectrum,” the former ISRO ...
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