ANTRIX DEVAS DEAL PDF

The deal between Antrix and Devas was signed in when G Madhavan Nair was at the helm of affairs in the Department of Space (DoS). Former ISRO chairperson Madhavan Nair took advantage of the many positions of power he held to push deal through, says Comptroller and Auditor General. New Delhi: A Delhi court on Saturday granted bail to former Isro chairperson G. Madhavan Nair in the Antrix-Devas case that had caused a loss.

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A Delhi court has issued summons to a former director of Devas Multimedia Pvt.

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 today.

India will appeal against the verdict of the Hague tribunal in Antrix-Devas deal case, in which the international court had declared the annulling of the contract as “unfair” and “inequitable” and asked it to pay huge amount as compensation.

Antrix-Devas deal case: Former Isro chief G. Madhavan Nair granted bail

India has lost a major case in international arbitration involving spectrum and satellites and may have to pay up to a billion dollars in damages. Today’s verdict from the International Tribunal at the Hague could further the perception of India as an unreliable recipient of foreign investment, one who is prone to abrupt policy changes.

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The government’s auditor finds Mr Nair guilty of “conflict of interest” and says that he failed to consult with ministries who w CAG report slams Madhavan Nair. ISRO refuses to share details on Nair’s complaint. Indian Space Research Organisation has refused to share details of the progress of former space agency chief G Madhavan Nair’s complaint on the action taken against him in the controversial Antrix-Devas deal, saying a probe was still on in the matter. Nair writes to PM’s office, demands fresh probe into Antrix-Devas deal.

There were lapses, but action demoralising, says space scientist to NDTV.

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Eminent scientist Roddam Narasimha, the senior-most member of the Space Commission, who resigned yesterday to protest the blacklisting of former chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation ISRO G Madhavan Nair and three others in connection with the Antrix-Devas spectrum deal, has said that there may have been procedural lapses but barring Top space scientist resigns.

Eminent scientist Roddam Narasimha, the senior-most member of the Space Commission, has resigned to protest the blacklisting of former chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation, G Madhavan Nair and three others in connection with the Antrix-Devas spectrum deal, a senior official of the Indian space agency said on Friday.

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Eminent scientist resigns from Space Commission Feb 24, Nair misled nation, says PM’s Office Feb 6, Unfortunate the entire report isn’t out: Nair Feb 5, Devas CEO Feb 10, Home Topic Antrix-devas Deal. ISRO refuses to share details on Nair’s complaint India News Press Trust of India Sunday March 11, Indian Space Research Organisation has refused to share details of the progress of former space agency chief G Madhavan Nair’s complaint on the action taken against him in the controversial Antrix-Devas deal, saying a probe was still on in the matter.

Top space scientist resigns India News Indo-Asian News Service Friday February 24, Eminent scientist Roddam Narasimha, the senior-most member of the Space Commission, has resigned to protest the blacklisting of former chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation, G Madhavan Nair and three others in connection with the Antrix-Devas spectrum deal, a senior official of the Indian space agency said on Friday.

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