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deva

Paranormal
An ayurvedic term for God or cosmic power.
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The city-based Devas said, "The International Criminal Court (ICC) tribunal ruled in our favour and found Anrix liable for unlawfully terminating our agreement in February 2011.
The CBI has alleged this in the FIR registered to probe the alleged swindle stating that Isro scientists cheated the government by abusing their official position to favour Devas Multimedia.
The Devas deal signed by ISRO's commercial arm Antrix to lease out 90 per cent of transponders in the S-band frequency on two ISRO satellites was annulled by the government in February 2011.
Prosecutors claim Zandra Mackay, 62, and Deborah Atkinson, 48, headed the scam discovered after Mrs Devas died in 2006.
The bench stressed that Devas could initiate arbitration for settlement of the dispute abroad.
So, I requested that a comprehensive review not only starting from the Devas agreement, but the technical advantages which country would have gained on account of this and the reasons which went behind annulling the agreement and later the process and procedures adopted by the Department of Space, ISRO.
Stopping short of quantifying potential loss this ' gift' may have entailed to the government, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India ( CAG) has observed that the digital wireless services that were to be offered by Devas had " considerable fiscal potential for the government".
Several questions were raised on 'preferential allotment' of spectrum to Devas without auctions in the deal.
Antrix, ISRO's commercial arm, had signed a contract with Devas in January 2005 for the lease of 90 per cent transponders in two satellites to be built by ISRO.
The Antrix is the commercial arm of ISRO and Devas is a private firm.
THE DEPARTMENT of Space ( DoS) has decided to terminate the contract signed by Antrix Corporation -- the commercial wing of the Indian Space Research Organisation ( ISRO) -- with Devas Multimedia for leasing of S- band transponders on its two satellites.
He also said that the deal was not inked to provide profit to Devas.