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deva

Paranormal
An ayurvedic term for God or cosmic power.
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The case relates to leasing of S-Band, a restricted wavelength of the INSAT satellites to deliver video, multimedia and information services to mobile receivers in vehicles and mobile phones to Devas Multimedia by Antrix.
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 issue of cancellation of their contract is before the Supreme Court.
Antrix would provide the spectrum by leasing out transponders of two satellites to be built mainly for Devas.
J ust as India's United Progressive Alliance government seems set, awkwardly and belatedly, to concede the demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee on the 2G- telecom spectrum scam, another scandal has broken out, involving the prestigious Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and a private company, Devas Multimedia.
Prosecutors claim Zandra Mackay, 62, and Deborah Atkinson, 48, headed the scam discovered after Mrs Devas died in 2006.
Devas recommends abolition of most of the small local taxes, and nominates tax-sharing and increased yield from the property tax as the major sources for additional finance.
The case is related to leasing of S-Band, a restricted wavelength of the INSAT satellites to deliver multimedia and information services to mobile receivers in vehicles and phones to the Devas by the Antrix.
The bench stressed that Devas could initiate arbitration for settlement of the dispute abroad.
The agreement relates to ISRO's launching of two satellites for Devas but automatically bestows on the latter a large hidden benefit: unbridled use of 70 MHz of the scarce S-band spectrum over a 20-year period.
churning of the milky ocean In Hindu mythology, one of the central events in the ever-continuing struggle between the devas (gods) and the asuras (demons or titans).