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Deva

 

a city in western Rumania on the Muresul River. Administrative center of the Hunedoara Region. Population, 36,000 (1969). Deva is a transportation junction. Its industries include food processing (meat-packing and others), clothing, woodworking, and printing enterprises. A major thermoelectric power plant and a large concentrating plant for the treatment of copper ore are located in Deva. First mention of the city dates from the 13th century.

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Additionally, the tribunal has awarded damages and pre-award interest totalling US$ 672 million to Devas with post-award interest accruing at 18 percent per annum on the sum until the award is fully paid.
Antrix, the commercial arm of Isro, struck the deal in 2005 with Devas, giving them rights for delivery of videos, multimedia and information services to mobile phones using S- Band through GSAT- 6 and GSAT- 6A satellites and terrestrial to be launched by Isro in India.
Antrix had signed a ` 1,000- crore deal with Devas for allocating over 70 Mhz of S- Band spectrum from the pool meant for defence and space research purposes.
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.
On the other hand, 70 megahertz of S- band spectrum was earmarked for Devas.
Devas Multimedia, however, expressed concern over the PM's statement and threatened legal action.
The Pratyush Sinha committee, set up on May 31 last year to examine the deal and identify the acts of omission and commission by government officials, said choosing Devas for the deal "seems to be lacking in transparency and due diligence".
Radhakrishnan on Tuesday, in the wake of allegations of favouritism shown towards Devas and perceived loss of revenue due to the allocation of spectrum to the company.
The Pratyush Sinha committee, set up on May 31 last year, said choosing Devas for the deal "seemed to have lacked in transparency and due diligence".
A CONTROVERSIAL transponder deal of the Indian Space Research Organisation ( ISRO) appears set to blow up into another multi- crore spectrum scam, even though the space agency is apparently in the process of cancelling the agreement it had signed with a private firm, Devas Multimedia.
Manmohan Singh, on Thursday said neither his office nor the cabinet had approved the 2005 agreement to allocate S-band spectrum to the private firm, Devas Multimedia.
New Delhi, Feb 17 (ANI): The controversial S-Band deal between Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) commercial wing Antrix and Devas Multimedia has finally been cancelled.