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After IRNSS-1H's failure, ISRO will resume satellite launches by December
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After IRNSS-1H's failure, ISRO will resume satellite launches ...

Nearly a month after its unsuccessful attempt at placing a navigation satellite into space, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up for its next PSLV mission in November-December. "We are planning the next PSLV launch in November- ... DNA, 2 months ago
ISRO seeks to rope in pvt sector Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago

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After last PSLV failure, ISRO increases 'robustness' of next rocket

he Indian space agency has stepped up the "robustness" of its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) scheduled to go up next month, a senior official said The move by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) comes after the non-separation of the heat ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

Shah Rukh Khan follows Salman Khan's footsteps; compensates distributors for Jab Harry Met Sejal losses

This year has been particularly bad for superstar Shah Rukh Khan. His film Raees was an underperformer but still was a 100-crore grosser. But his second release Jab Harry Met Sejal bombed badly at the box office. Directed by Imtiaz Ali, this romantic comedy ...
 Bollywood Hungama5 days ago
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6 dead, 200 injured in clashes between Pak police, protesters

Pakistan on Sunday called in the Army to restore order after violent clashes erupted across the country between police and protesters belonging to hardline religious groups, leaving six people dead and more than 200 others injured in the capital. Violence spread to other parts of the country after the police aided by paramilitary Rangers and Frontier Constabulary on Saturday lunched a massive operation in Islamabad against activists of ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 1 killed, 200 injured in Pakistan clashes; media blacked out  Sify2 weeks ago
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SRK, the formidable global businessman

It all started from Mumbai.Now, Khan's fan base has spread from the US, UK and West Asia to Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, Germany, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Kuwait and Palestine. Of the top 10 Bollywood movies that earned the most overseas, seven had Khan in them.Surajeet Das Gupta reports. IMAGE: Anushka Sharma and Shah Rukh Khan in Jab Harry Met Sejal. Shah Rukh Khan has not always been a critics' favourite. His performance seldom makes the grade, and yet they can't afford to miss his films.
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Is India's Nirbhay a match for Pakistan's Babur?

'So far, Pakistan leads India in subsonic cruise missile development, having tested and operationally deployed the Babur cruise missile that has a range of 700 km, significantly less than the Nirbhay's,' says Ajai Shukla. The Nirbhay cruise missile, which the Defence Research and Development Organisation successfully test-fired on Tuesday, November 14, is a version of America's iconic Tomahawk cruise missile, made famous by CNN videos of the 1991 Gulf War, showing Tomahawks flying along ...
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Want to be a good leader? Read this!

'Let's think of a leader as a camera.''It's not just about the leader having the ability to have a telephoto lens.''You do need that, but you also need a leader to take a wide angle, look over the horizon and to be able to rise up to the satellite level and look at the big picture.'Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com A leader needs to develop personal and organisational resilience to be able to make the most of the human capital s/he has access to, David Altman -- global chief operating ...
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Communism slowly chokes Hong Kong

[China], Oct 4 (ANI): Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997 on the premise of the "one country, two systems" framework. However, there is growing frustration in the former British colony as that policy inexorably heads towards "one country, one system".
 Sify2 months ago
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Why hunger is on the rise in the world, and what can be done about it

The number of hungry and malnourished people is rising for the first time in over a decade. This is according to the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organisation. There are now 815 million people affected and frequent incidents of acute and ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

"I am not INSECURE. I know my work" - Rohit Shetty

Rohit Shetty in a Bollywood Hungama exclusive with Content Head Broadband Faridoon Shahryar on the sets of Golmaal Again in Hyderabad spoke his heart out on his style of filmmaking and why it's important to give importance to people in general and the film ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 months ago
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