Jewels from Sikh Empire period auctioned in Britain

London: Jewels that once belonged to Maharani Jindan Kaur (1817-1863), the last wife of Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh, were among the highlights of an auction in London. The ornaments went under the hammer for over 62,500 pounds. PTI

US court fines Indian company $1.2 billion

washington: A US court has asked Antrix Corporation, the commercial arm of the ISRO, to pay compensation of $1.2 billion to a Bengaluru-based startup, Devas Multimedia, for cancelling a satellite deal in 2005. The petitioner said several tribunals had found the cancellation wrongful. PTI

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