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Space Wars: Devas wins arbitration case, India mulls legal recourse 26.7.2016 New Kerala: India News
Chennai/Thiruvanthapuram, July 26 : India has lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd for cancelling its space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation, Devas said on Tuesday. The government said that the order is being examined and "legal recourse will be taken".
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Devas-Antrix deal: India loses arbitration case at the Hague 26.7.2016 deccanherald.com
India has lost the arbitration case in an international tribunal over its space marketing agency Antrix Corp annulling a contract with city-based private multimedia firm Devas and may have to fork out millions of dollars in damages. A Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) tribunal based in the Hague ruled that the Indian government had acted "unfairly" and "inequitably" in cancelling the contract involving use of two satellites and spectrum. The tribunal has found that the Indian governments actions in annulling the contract and denying Devas commercial use of S-band spectrum constituted an expropriation, Devas Multimedia Private Ltd. said here today. In its ruling yesterday, the PCA tribunal also found that India breached its treaty commitments to accord fair and equitable treatment to Devass foreign investors, the company said in a statement here. The PCA regularly administers cases involving states, including investment treaty claims brought under arbitration rules of the United Nations Commission on ...
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Won arbitration case against India, says Devas Multimedia 26.7.2016 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Chennai/Thiruvananthapuram, July 26 : India has lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd for cancelling its space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation, Devas said on Tuesday.
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Business establishments incur losses due to strike 26.7.2016 Hindu: Home
The strike being observed by employees of State-owned transport corporations has had an adverse impact on business community on the second day of the strike on Tuesday. Business establishments that p...
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Won arbitration case against India, says Devas Multimedia 26.7.2016 All News-IANS Stories
India has lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd for cancelling its space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation, Devas said on Tuesday.
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On the cards: Cauvery trail with golf tourney, wildlife expeditions and more 26.7.2016 TOI: Bangalore Times
Beginning from Talacauvery, Kodagu and culminating in Bengaluru, the trail will include ecotourism, wildlife tourism and a religious circuit. There's something for sports buffs too. Cauvery Cup, a golf tournament across districts covered by the river, is likely to be the biggest attraction.
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India has lost international arbitration case, says Devas 26.7.2016 All News-IANS Stories
India has lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against the Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd. for cancelling the space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation, Devas said on Tuesday.
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Devas-Antrix deal: International tribunal rules against India 26.7.2016 Zee News : India National
A Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) tribunal based in the Hague has found that the Indian government's actions in annulling the contract and denying Devas commercial use of S-band spectrum constituted an expropriation
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Transport employees strike enters 2nd day,no solution in sight 26.7.2016 deccanherald.com
Normal life was affected across Karnataka for the second consecutive day today as there were no signs of a solution to the indefinite strike called by employees of four road transport corporations in the state. More than one lakh employees of the corporations are on strike since Sunday midnight with about 41 demands, prominent among them being a 35 per cent wage hike, while the government has offered a 10 per cent increase. Though the unions and government have agreed to resolve most of the issues in the charter of demands in the days to come, the wage hike has remained a sticky point on which both sides have refused to budge. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said there was no chance of giving more than a 10 per cent hike as the corporations did not have the capacity to give more. "We are not adamant nor is it a prestige issue for us. In the cabinet, we decided to give an eight per cent hike after our officials held several rounds of discussions with Union leaders. After that, I along with Ramalinga Reddy ...
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India has lost international arbitration case, says Devas 26.7.2016 New Kerala: Technology
Chennai, July 26 : India has lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against the Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd. for cancelling the space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation, Devas said on Tuesday.
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Devas-Antrix deal: Tribunal rules against Indian govt 26.7.2016 HBL: Companies
An international tribunal has ruled that the Indian government had acted “unfairly” and “inequitably” in annulling a contract between city-based multimedia firm Devas and ISRO’s commercial arm Antrix...
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Hindutva activists assault two Assamese youths 26.7.2016 Hindu: Home
The Assamese had come to Chikkamagaluru taluk to work in plantations
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India loses arbitration case to Devas in The Hague, likely to pay one billion dollar damages and face investment contraints 26.7.2016 New Kerala: Business India
The Hague, July 26 : Suffering a huge embarrassment India has lost a big arbitration case in the International Tribunal in The Hague for cancelling a satellites and spectrum deal with Devas Multimedia, reports said on Tuesday.
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Hospitals say adequate measures taken to ensure staff presence during bus strike 26.7.2016 TOI: Bangalore Times
Hospital staff across Bengaluru have handled the bus strike rather well with most government run health care facilities finding alternate measures to battle the lack of transport facilities for staff members. Dr Gangadhar, Director, NIMHANS told TOI on day 2 of the strike, "Healthcare is above all strikes and our staff have found one way or the other to make it to the hospital."
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Aftercare of victims is most challenging, say experts 26.7.2016 TOI: Bangalore Times
After spending 20 harrowing years, Rani was rescued last November by Ramanagara police and members of the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU), Karnataka.
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Tracking the highs and lows of Jaipur man’s ties with ISIS 26.7.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Tracking the highs and lows of Jaipur man’s ties with ISIS
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Devas-Antrix deal: Tribunal rules against Indian govt 26.7.2016 deccanherald.com
An international tribunal has ruled that the Indian government had acted "unfairly" and "inequitably" in annulling a contract between city-based multimedia firm Devas and ISROs commercial arm Antrix, making it liable to pay financial compensation. A Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) tribunal based in the Hague has found that the Indian governments actions in annulling the contract and denying Devas commercial use of S-band spectrum constituted an expropriation, Devas Multimedia Private Ltd. said here. In its ruling yesterday, the PCA tribunal also found that India breached its treaty commitments to accord fair and equitable treatment to Devass foreign investors, the company said in a statement here. The PCA regularly administers cases involving states, including investment treaty claims brought under arbitration rules of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL). ISRO officials here said they were yet to get details of the development. The ruling is the second by an ...
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Devas-Antrix Deal: International Tribunal asks India to pay damages 26.7.2016 Rediff: News
An international tribunal has ruled that the Indian government had acted "unfairly" and "inequitably" in annulling a contract between Devas and ISRO's commercial arm Antrix.
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Devas-Antrix deal: Tribunal rules against Indian government 26.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
An international tribunal has ruled that Indian govt had acted "unfairly" and "inequitably" in annulling the contract.
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Buses go off the road in Karnataka for second day 26.7.2016 Hindu: News
Talks between govt., transport unions stalled; govt. insists on strike being called off before negotiations can resume
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