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Second rocket scientist K Sivan to succeed Kiran Kumar as Isro chief
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Second rocket scientist K Sivan to succeed Kiran Kumar as Isro...

n was the project director of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) with the indigenous cryogenic engine and has worked on the GSLV-III rocket T E Narasimhan & Raghu Krishnan | Chennai/Bengaluru Last Updated at January 11, 2018 03:30 IST When K ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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How India must play the Nuclear Card

'India must close the missile technology gap with both China and Pakistan as early as possible, or else the credibility of India's nuclear deterrence will remain suspect,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). IMAGE: India tests its short-range nuclear capable ballistic missile Agni-1. Though India is a reluctant nuclear power, nuclear deterrence will continue to play a crucial role in India's national security strategy over the next few decades. The current international trend is towards more ...
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What ISRO will spend Rs 107.83 billion on

ISRO needs next generation launchers and new facilities to manufacture and launch them, including a new launch pad at the Sriharikota spaceport.T E Narasimhan reports. The Centre has allocated Rs 107.83 billion for the Department of Space for the financial year 2018-2019, against Rs 91.55 billion in the revised estimates for 2017-2018. The allocation includes about Rs 89.63 billion for various space-related projects of the department, and also the targets to be achieved in the next fiscal year.
 Rediff.com5 days ago Five launches in 5 months, our hands full: ISRO chief  Asia Net India2 weeks ago Isro's PSLV-C40 successfully places 31 satellites in two different orbits  Business Standard1 month ago After many gains & an unexpected loss in 2017, Isro ready for a better 2018  Business Standard1 month ago
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Budget 2018 allocates Rs 89.6 bn to Dept of Space for satellite launches

The Centre has allocated around Rs 89.63 billion for Department of Space in the Union Budget for 2018-19. While the allocation is slightly lesser than last year's allocation of Rs 90.92 billion, experts point out this should be looked on the backdrop of ...
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ISRO chief: 'We want 60 launches in 5 years'

'We are looking at a joint venture between ISRO and a few companies to assemble the PSLV and launch it from Sriharikota.''In a month or two, the vehicle assembly building will be ready.''After that, we could see 13, 14 launches a year.' Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman Dr A S Kiran Kumar tells Shivanand Kanavi about developments we can look forward to in India's space programme long after he has retired from space exploration on Sunday, January 14. The first of a two-part exclusive ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago 'We want 60 launches in 5 years'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Chandrayaan-2 mission on schedule: ISRO

The Indian Space Research Organisation on Friday said the Chandrayaan-2 mission is on schedule and flight models are going through various tests. In Chandrayan-2, the country’s second mission to the Moon, ISRO is planning to rover to explore the lunar surface. “It is on schedule. We have to find out whether it is in March or not,” ISRO Chairman A S Kiran Kumar told reporters in a response to a question. Speaking after the successful orbiting of 31 satellites, including weather ...
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The challenges that await ISRO's new boss

Dr K Sivan has to hasten the effort to bring in private players into satellite and rocket building and replicate India's software success in aerospace, report T E Narasimhan and Raghu Krishnan. When Dr K Sivan, now the chairman-designate of the Indian Space Research Organisation got a call on Wednesday that he has been chosen for the most high profile space job in the country, he was reviewing the mission readiness of India's workhorse rocket, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. The PSLV C-40 ...
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