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ISRO-Antrix.Government confirms its Guilt-Black lists Scientist .Why?.

In Corruption, India on January 26, 2012 at 09:05

Government of India has black listed senior Scientist Madhavan Nair from holding any post in Government,’ a  harsh punishment in operation and would stay till the issue is resolved'(Abhisekh Singhvi), is laudable.

English: Then ISRO chief G. Madhavan Nair with APJ

Image via Wikipedia Madhavan Nair with ex.President Kalam

NEW DELHI: Former (Indian Space Research Organisation) Isro chief G Madhavan Nair and three other eminent space scientists have been barred from holding any government jobs in an unprecedented disciplinary action by the government for their role in the controversial Antrix-Devas deal.

An angry Nair blamed his successor and the current Isro chairman K Radhakrishnan today for the action, accusing him of being behind the move and pursuing a “personal agenda” by misleading the government. “This is his (Radhakrishnan’s) personal agenda. That individual is bent upon hitting so many people and in that process, he is killing the organisation,” Nair told PTI in Bangalore.

The government action came as an apparent fallout of the Antrix deal in which a private company was allotted scarce S band spectrum by Isro allegedly in violation of rules.

Besides Nair, K Bhaskaranarayana, former scientific secretary at ISRO, K R Sridharamurthi, former managing director of Antrix, commercial arm of ISRO, and K N Shankara, former director of the ISRO satellite centre, have been penalised by the Department of Space, an ISRO official said today.

The contract with Devas was signed during the tenure of Nair as chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).”

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Former-Isro-chief-Madhavan-Nair-barred-from-govt-jobs-points-finger-at-chairman/articleshow/11626566.cms

However, what sticks out a mile is that while Madhavan Nair is being penalised,others ,including Politicians/PMO officials/PM, remain unnoticed.
In fact no name of Politician has come out though it is clear that a scam of this magnitude could not have happened with out their involvement .

High Morals.would you say, especially when, the Opposition had to literally jam the parliament to have Suresh Kalmadi of CWG scam removed- now he has come out on bail and is being offered the post of IOA Chief),Maran and Raja of 2G scam,and  N.D.Tiwari from Gubernatorial post for paternity suit(now Tiwari is being offered the post of Governor again)!

BJP standing on moral high ground cuts no ice either;it was the BJP Government that had to be forced to remove Sibu Soren after he was charge-sheeted for murder!

But the involvement of the honchos in ISRO is clear in S Band ISRO scam.

In fact I blogged on this;Link is provided below.

By the way Antrix had planned to file a case in the court against the Government for trying to annul the contract .

What of it?

Taking note of reports that CAG is investigating the loss of nearly Rs 2 lakh crore in the allotment of scarce S-band spectrum, BJP on Monday asked Prime Minister to clear the air, initiate an inquiry and take steps to recover the lost revenue.

“This whole affair is vitiated by fraud. And as a result, this country is facing not only loss of revenue but frittering away of valuable national asset which is a rare spectrum,” BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said.

A newspaper report claimed CAG is investigating the allotment of 70 MHz from the available 2500 MHz of S-band spectrum to Devas multimedia for 20 years. The company is owned by M G Chandrasekhar, former scientific secretary at ISRO.

BJP demanded this agreement be immediately nullified and the spectrum space given to the private user be recovered.

“Secondly, we demand a comprehensive inquiry to establish the criminality in the whole matter. We also demand recovery of the lost revenue,” Sitharaman said.

The party alleged this is a “very serious scandal” as it involves a “very unique and rare” spectrum. It also said since the department of space is directly under the Prime Minister, he should immediately clarify his stand on the whole issue.

“The spectrum we are talking about is 5-G which relates to GHz. Recently, BSNL andMTNL were alloted only 20 MHz for Rs 12,487 Crore. But for allocation of 70 MHz to this private operator, the government is charging only Rs 1,000 Crore,” Sitharaman said.
Meanwhile, the office of CAG has clarified that its investigations into the issue are at a preliminary stage and the media reports should not be treated as findings of this department.

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/mother-of-2g-scam-2-lakh-crores-isro-devas-nexus/

ISRO Chief made the following observation in the press Conference on 8 February.

In 2004 a decision was taken to go in for KU band  over S Band.On what grounds, no body is clear.

Suddenly ISRO finds S band has more potential.

Later it was decided to go in S band onan experimental basis.

Anrix , commercial arm of ISRO  entered into an agreement with Devas Multi Media,Bangalore, for S Band services in 2005 and renewed in 2008 December..The contract was signed within 34 days from the approval from the board of Antrix.

Deutsche Telecom gets a stake in Devas.

ISRO manufactured G6 and G6 A Satelittes for use.

In 2010, the under advice from  Department of Space,it was decided to terminate deal by July 2010.

Questions are-

If  monetary gains are not involved why should a Comapny invest?

If there is no guarantee of Business why would a Foreign investor be interested?

Foreign companies do pose athreat to national security  in telecommunication.

Why was this allowed?

Normally commercail products are manufactured and market tie up is made.

In innovative projects , the partners have  a financial stake for equal weightage in contract in contracts of this nature.

Why was this not done in this case?

How is it that in this case you enter into  commercial agreement, you  manufacture with Public money ?

The process of termination is arduous and takes long, you say; don’t you have termination clause?

Kasturirangan says they are yet to find a reason for termination for nearly a year.

Then why terminate?

ISRO manufactures with out knowing the market after entering into contract , now plans to renege on the contract

Whhere does this leave the Devas, who are supposed to have earned nothing and a Foregn investor had come in for the love of Antrix.

Star war has  a plasible script.

Blowing of  the lid before it became operational,. Else the scam would have gone on.

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2011/02/08/s-band-isro-leaves-main-question-unanswered/

PMO and S Band Scam.

In Corruption, India on February 23, 2011 at 20:48

Indian Space Research Organisation

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How S-Band Landed At PM’s Door

Did the PMO knowingly push the deal and then back out?

The PMO insists it got to know about the deal in July 2010, and then supported  moves to annul it.

It definitely knows.If it denies it is not governing at all.

There’s no loss to the exchequer yet. So why is the PMO on the defensive?

Space is part of the PM’s beat, leaving him vulnerable. Also, Devas’s untested technology was causing disquiet as it could potentially affect future plans of  existing telcos.

Nobody expected this to Blow up.

Even so, why did the PM need to clarify?

His personal integrity is coming under attack. Spotlight on 2G spectrum scam—and the proximity to the PM—worked against the deal. The PM had to clear the air.

So, is this a scam?

Doesn’t seem to be one. The Antrix-Devas contract is legal and procedures were followed when it was signed in January ’05.

Perfectly legal.Antrix lost the Bribe it has paid as well.

Why then was it cancelled?

The government is yet to give a concrete reason beyond “national needs” and “country’s strategic requirements”.

National needs is somebody’s needs.

Is there nothing wrong in ISRO’s   dealings with Devas?

Some experts say the deal was loaded in Devas’s favour, with easy payment terms and a hedge against market risk. But then, there were no takers for S-band when the contract was signed.

Yes.Some made money and the Scientist honchos walked in blindfolded.

What next?

Yes, of course, Devas will go to the courts. The government will have to change the Satcom policy and compensate.

R.I.P.

Is the PM safe?

As long as no clear link emerges between his office and the deal.

Perfectly, irrespective of who comes to power.

ISRO claims to have ordered a review in 2009. Around this time, media reports about irregularities in the deal had surfaced. Yet, Antrix continued its talks with Devas on the project till a few weeks ago. “We were in talks with Antrix for hiring a third-country launch vehicle for the satellites till the third week of January,” Devas president & CEO Ramachandran Vishwanathan told Outlook. There are other apparent contradictions. While there are reports that the Space Commission and the Department of Space were kept in the dark, Antrix executive director K.R. Sridhara Murthi wrote to the Devas CEO in February 2, 2006, stating that it had “received the necessary approval for building, launching and leasing the capacity of S-band satellite….” A copy of the letter is withOutlook. Obviously, the approval would have come either from ISRO or the Space Commission or both.

So, what could have suddenly made the prime minister so vulnerable that he had to take defensive action, namely, the press conference? “Things have changed. All of a sudden, you find there are many takers and S-band is more valuable than ever thought,” say PMO sources. Indeed, Devas’s planned services could yield some answers. “Devas’s service through a satellite transponder would have been competitive with 4G. It could have been game-changer for the sector,” says Dinayar Contractor, a cable and satellite expert. This was seen as a potential spoiler for operators who have spent thousands of crores of rupees for 3G and BWA/LTE spectrum.

With India still in the pre-consultation stage for 4G services, Devas’s service could actually supersede many levels and render many of the existing companies’ investments redundant. Currently, a portion of S-band spectrum is being used for 4G terrestrial cellular services in some countries. “This could potentially happen in India as well, but not anytime soon. Widespread 4G services should be preceded by full-fledged 3G services, which is still in a nascent stage in India,” says a source close to ISRO.


http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?270528

**Portions in Bold Italics are my comments.

S Band Scam,Sibal figures,Mauritius- Connection?

In Corruption, India on February 10, 2011 at 18:24

ISRO claimed that no transaction has been involved.

No monetary gains for Devas.

Then how come their shares are off loaded toa Foreign investor at a premium?

And why would a German Telekom be interested in the deal?

ISRO declared that they have the sanctions from the government right from PMO.

Does it mean the Govt. is stupid enough to okay a deal where they have no intention of allowing the companies to profit?

What message does it send to Business?

Telecom minister Kapil Sibal may soon find himself in a similar tangle as his predecessor A Raja. A spectrum deal between the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and Devas Multimedia Private Ltd., which has reportedly caused an estimated loss of Rs 2 lakh crore to the exchequer, was approved by the Union Cabinet based on a note signed by Sibal, who was the then Minister of State for Science and Technology.

ISRO had allotted 70Mhz of scarce S-band spectrum to Devas Multimedia – floated by former ISRO Scientific Advisor MG Chandrasekhar – at a dirt cheap price of Rs 1,000 crore in 2005, compared with Rs 1.06 lakh crore received after 3G spectrum auction.

If Sibal, who is trying to rescue the government in the 2G spectrum scam, is found to have played a prominent role in the deal, it spells more trouble for the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

Sibal, as a member of the Space Commission in his then capacity as Minister of State for Science and Technology, had sent a note that the deal was sealed by the Union Cabinet in 2005. Former Cabinet Secretary and the then National Security Adviser (NSA) MK Narayanan, now West Bengal Governor, and then ISRO Chairman G Madhavan Nair were other members of the commission.

Sources said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was briefed by Cabinet Secretary KM Chandrasekhar last year on the need to cancel the ISRO-Devas deal. The Department of Space under Singh, however, did not order the cancellation. Even the Law Ministry last year, in response to the cabinet secretary’s query, had argued that ISRO was within its rights to cancel the contract signed on its behalf by its commercial arm Antrix Corporation Ltd.

http://www.tehelka.com/story_main48.asp?filename=Ws080211ISRO_Devas_controversy_II.asp

Devas Multimedia, the alleged beneficiary of ISRO, causing loss of over Rs 2-lakh crore to the national exchequer, was able to raise over Rs 600 crore only as equity from various sources after it was allotted scarce S-band spectrum. ISRO is under the Department of Science and is directly in the Prime Minister’s charge.

According to the balance sheet of the company, the total shreholder fund stood at Rs 67.5 crore as on March 31, 2007, which went up to Rs 578 crore in 2010, over eight fold jump in a short span of only three years.

The company has shareholding from three Mauritius based companies called—Devas Mauritius, Ltd, Telecom Devas Mauritius Ltd besides Deutsche Telekom Asia Pte Ltd.

Devas Multimedia has several directors from overseas and other shareholders and debenture holders in the company, which were given approval post facto, suggesting that certain foreign investment rules were overlooked. Above is the shareholders list, their addresses, board of directors and sources of the fund of the company as on March 31, 2010.
The Mauritius based companies — Devas and Telecom Devas, were issued convertible cumulative preferential shares on March 16, 2006 at a huge premium of Rs 21445.82, only a few months after the company was allotted scarce spectrum.

Since the allotment of the scarce S-band spectrum, the company has been able to raise several hundred crore and has also made investments in various mutual funds and in foreign and financial institutions. The company has also loss making US-based companies as subsidiaries.

 

According to reports, as per its agreement with ISRO, the company is entitled to get a total of 70 Mhz of the S-band spectrum on lease for 20 years. And this is for the first time that the scarce spectrum, which ranges from 2500 to 2690 Mhz, has been given to a private sector company.

http://www.dailypioneer.com/316243/Devas-has-Mauritius-based-shareholders%E2%80%99-investments.html

S Band ISRO leaves main question unanswered.

In Corruption, India on February 8, 2011 at 23:09

Indian Space Research Organisation

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ISRO Chief made the following observation in the press Conference on 8 February.

In 2004 a decision was taken to go in for KU band  over S Band.On what grounds, no body is clear.

Suddenly ISRO finds S band has more potential.

Later it was decided to go in S band onan experimental basis.

Anrix , commercial arm of ISRO  entered into an agreement with Devas Multi Media,Bangalore, for S Band services in 2005 and renewed in 2008 December..The contract was signed within 34 days from the approval from the board of Antrix.

Deutsche Telecom gets a stake in Devas.

ISRO manufactured G6 and G6 A Satelittes for use.

In 2010, the under advice from  Department of Space,it was decided to terminate deal by July 2010.

Questions are-

If  monetary gains are not involved why should a Comapny invest?

If there is no guarantee of Business why would a Foreign investor be interested?

Foreign companies do pose athreat to national security  in telecommunication.

Why was this allowed?

Normally commercail products are manufactured and market tie up is made.

In innovative projects , the partners have  a financial stake for equal weightage in contract in contracts of this nature.

Why was this not done in this case?

How is it that in this case you enter into  commercial agreement, you  manufacture with Public money ?

The process of termination is arduous and takes long, you say; don’t you have termination clause?

Kasturirangan says they are yet to find a reason for termination for nearly a year.

Then why terminate?

ISRO manufactures with out knowing the market after entering into contract , now plans to renege on the contract

Whhere does this leave the Devas, who are supposed to have earned nothing and a Foregn investor had come in for the love of Antrix.

Star war has  a plasible script.

Blowing of  the lid before it became operational,. Else the scam would have gone on.

Story:

Indian Space Research Organisation, under fire from all the quarters for the alleged S-band spectrum allocation scam, held a press conference late Tuesday evening clarifying their position. The press conference was chaired by Dr K Radhakrishnan, Secretary, Department of Space, and Dr K Kasturirangan, member of Planning Commission.

Emphasising that there was no question of revenue loss as clarified by the Prime Minister’s Office earlier, Dr K Radhakrishnan, Secretary, Department of Space said, “DoS put out a press note which clarifies that the agreements/contract between Antrix and Devas is already under review and a decision on the matter is likely to be taken soon.

“We have not yet terminated the Antrix-Devas contract. But, we began the process to annul the Antrix-Devas contract in July 2010. We have not allocated spectrum or satellite to either Devas or Antrix.”

ISRO wanted comprehensive review of the contracts in 2009. “The decision taken to annul the contract was due to strategic decisions. Terminating a contract is a very extensive and complex process. We followed the due process and even consulted the Law Ministry on this,” Dr Radhakrishnan, who is also the chairman of ISRO, added.

“We are not dilly-dallying. Internal review is going on and necessary action will be taken,” ISRO said defending itself. “ISRO is a reliable partner and is sought after by many countries across the world.”

PMO contradicts CAG report on S-band allocation

The Prime Minister’s Office today denied media reports alleging that the government had incurred losses in allocation of S-band spectrum, saying no decision has been taken on the issue and hence charges of revenue loss were without basis.

A statement from the PMO spokesperson stated that the office had seen media reports alleging loss of government revenue in a contract entered into by ANTRIX (the commercial arm of Indian Space Research Organisation) and Devas Multimedia Private Limited due to lease of space segment capacity which would use S-Band spectrum.

“The CAG’s office and Department of Space have already issued statements stating the factual position on the matter. It is further clarified that no decision has been taken by the government to allocate space segment using S-Band spectrum to ANTRIX or Devas. Hence, the question of revenue loss does not arise and any such reports are without basis in fact,” the PMO statement said.

Media reports had stated that the Department of Space, which comes directly under the Prime Minister, had allocated 70 MHz of S-Band spectrum to Devas Multimedia for Rs 1,000 crore. The actual value of this was estimated to be around Rs 2 lakh crore, the reports claimed.

The Opposition had demanded a clarification from the Prime Minister on the issue and immediate recovery of the lost revenue along with a thorough inquiry into the matter.

BJP had alleged that the allocation was done quietly and without bringing the issue into the public domain

The space department said the government had already put in motion the process of cancelling the agreement between Antrix and the Devas because it had not explicitly mentioned the end-use terms.

Addressing media persons here, Secretary (Space) K. Radhakrishnan and Planning Commission member K. Kasturirangan said that a decision had been taken to annul the agreement.

Radhakrishnan said that the agreement, which had been approved by the Antrix Corporation board in 2005, entailed the launch of two satellites. “In December 2009, the Department of Space decided to review the Antrix-Devas agreement and see how to meet the emerging strategic requirements of the country,” he said.

He said that the review process was carried out and the matter was subsequently taken up with the Space Commission. He said that the agreement did not explicitly mention that 90 percent of the capacity of the two satellites will be given to the contracting party and “the remaining will be used for our own purposes.”

http://news.in.msn.com/national/article.aspx?cp-documentid=4895554&ucpg=2

 

 

 

 

Mother of 2G scam – 2 lakh crores-ISRO-Devas nexus.

In Corruption, India, Uncategorized on February 7, 2011 at 23:43

Indian Space Research Organisation

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Tip of the iceberg,more to follow in these columns.

Taking note of reports that CAG is investigating the loss of nearly Rs 2 lakh crore in the allotment of scarce S-band spectrum, BJP on Monday asked Prime Minister to clear the air, initiate an inquiry and take steps to recover the lost revenue.

“This whole affair is vitiated by fraud. And as a result, this country is facing not only loss of revenue but frittering away of valuable national asset which is a rare spectrum,” BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said.

A newspaper report claimed CAG is investigating the allotment of 70 MHz from the available 2500 MHz of S-band spectrum to Devas multimedia for 20 years. The company is owned by M G Chandrasekhar, former scientific secretary at ISRO.

BJP demanded this agreement be immediately nullified and the spectrum space given to the private user be recovered.

“Secondly, we demand a comprehensive inquiry to establish the criminality in the whole matter. We also demand recovery of the lost revenue,” Sitharaman said.

The party alleged this is a “very serious scandal” as it involves a “very unique and rare” spectrum. It also said since the department of space is directly under the Prime Minister, he should immediately clarify his stand on the whole issue.

“The spectrum we are talking about is 5-G which relates to GHz. Recently, BSNL and MTNL were alloted only 20 MHz for Rs 12,487 Crore. But for allocation of 70 MHz to this private operator, the government is charging only Rs 1,000 Crore,” Sitharaman said.
Meanwhile, the office of CAG has clarified that its investigations into the issue are at a preliminary stage and the media reports should not be treated as findings of this department.

BJP also questioned the manner in which the spectrum was allocated without bringing the issue to the public domain.

“This is the first time the allocation for this band has taken place. It is a very unique band. Relates to a very high MHz frequency. And this allocation was done very quietly, without any public auctioning or bringing it in the public domain. And given to a private operator,” Sitharaman said.

She maintained that only 190 MHz of the S-band is available. Of this, 150 MHz is with the Department of Space and 70 MHz of this was alloted to Devas multimedia.

“2-G spectrum is much inferior. But 2-G spectrum related to only 4.4 MHz. CAG said here the loss was 1.76 lakh crore. 3-G is 50 MHz. Here due to media and public pressure, it went for auction. And the government’s revenue earning here was Rs 67,719 Crore,” Sitharaman said, drawing a comparison.

She alleged the loss due to this allocation of 70 MHz was Rs 2 lakh crore.

“From mid-2011, the commercial use of this spectrum is going to commence. The process of allocation was violated. Moreover, Devas Multimedia has also been given two custom-made satellites and 10 transponders for use.

Left demands a thorough probe

Terming as “very serious” reports alleging that ISRO benefited a private firm through allocation of scarce S-band spectrum without a bidding process, Left parties on Monday demanded a thorough probe into the “new scam”.

“This is a new issue. The ISRO is under the department of space which is under Prime Minister ( Manmohan Singh). This is also a new scam,” CPM politburo member Sitaram Yechury told reporters here.

CPI national secretary D Raja said the new revelations were “very serious”, a view echoed by senior RSP leader Abani Roy who demanded a JPC into the matter.

“The revelations have added a new dimension to the 2G spectrum scam. The ISRO is directly under the control of department of space headed by the Prime Minister. It is very serious as ISRO deals with space and it has implications on our security,” Raja said.

He said the issue will be discussed among the four Left parties.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Now-scam-reported-in-allotment-of-spectrum-by-ISRO/articleshow/7445139.cms

Related:

Another scam in the making, this one too deals with out-of-turn allocation of the S-band spectrum by Antrix to Devas without going through a formal bidding process. The CAG has questioned this move of the Department of Space of granting the spectrum to Devas, a private player that held immense potential commercially.

Devas enjoying the S-band gave the company unlimited leverage in the telecommunication space in terms of high speed mobile communication. It has to be remembered that the auction of just 15 Mhz of similar airwaves for 3G services led to the government gaining a whopping Rs 67,719 crores to its coffers. This is when the freebie deal 70 MHz enjoyed by Devas as part of satellite launch deal with ISRO comes under the scanner for a megre 1000 crore. This happened when industry bigwigs like MTNL and BSNL had to pay Rs. 12,847 crore for 20 Mhz.

http://news.oneindia.in/2011/02/07/another-spectrum-deal-scam-worth-two-lakh-crore-aid0113.html

On Devas Multi media

A Rs. 600 crore deal, wherein the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) leased 60 Mhz of spectrum to little known Devas Multimedia five years ago is now under the scanner, reports the Economic Times, citing sources. We had written about Devas in the past, in 2008, when it received an approval from India’s FIPB for raising $75.75 million from German major Deutsche Telekom, thus valuing the company at $443 million. At that time, the company didn’t even have a website, and very little could have been ascertained about them, and what they were planning to do.

The legitimacy of the deal is being questioned. Devas seeks to offer data services to mobile terminals – streaming video, audio, web access, on PC data cards, mobile phones, and vehicle-mounted devices.

ET quotes anonymous executives offering two opposing sides to this issue of allocation of spectrum:

- That ISRO was not authorized to lease out the spectrum, and a probe into the Devas deal began when demands were made for broadband spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band to be auctioned.
– That Devas took a risk by leasing this spectrum, when no one else was willing to, and invested close to $300 million in order to launch services, and one can’t penalize the company just because the value of its spectrum as appreciated.

According to Devas’ website:

- It was founded by MG Chandrasekhar, and ISRO veteran
– Has been funded by Deutsche Telekom, Columbia Capital and Telcom Ventures.
– It has on its board of directors, Kiran Karnik from NASSCOM and Satyam Computers, as well as executives from ISRO / Antrix Corporation, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Warburg Pincus.

Our take on this deal is that if a deal was inked by an agency not authorized to license spectrum, then it is invalid from the very beginning. That’s what the government and courts will have to determine. A lot of money – $300 million according to an ET source – has been invested over a long period of time. Either this deal will be legitimized (if it is indeed not legit), or heads will roll.

The other, perhaps more important point to note, is that according to the ET report, Devas is on the verge of launching services. Telecom operators have paid a lot more money for 3G and BWA spectrum, so perhaps there may be a move to delay or prevent Devas’ launch by questioning the legitimacy of the deal.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/Another-scam-Auditor-probes-ISRO-s-S-Band-spectrum-deal/Article1-659631.aspx

http://www.medianama.com/2010/08/223-devas-multimedia-isro-mobile-tv-broadband-spectrum-deal-under-the-scanner-report/

Related:

Devas Multimedia’s request to introduce a new foreign collaborator approved
– Deutsche Telekom Eyes Indian ISP Space; Devas Multimedia Looks To Raise Funds
– Mobile TV Co Devas Multimedia To Sell 17 Pc Stake For $75 Million To Deutsche Telekom

 

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