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Aeronautical Society to Organise Competition in Memory of President Kalam

Programme to commemorate Kalam

The Aeronautical Society of India, Thiruvananthapuram branch, is conducting an elocution competition in English and Malayalam for high school and higher secondary school students in the State and K... The Hindu, 1 month ago
Times of India

Indian-American named Fellow of Royal Aeronautical Society, London

LONDON: Cayley Aerospace Inc CEO Bishnujee Singh has been named Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, UK on August 04,2015 in London for his outstanding contribution in the field of aeronautics and aerospace engineering. Fellow of Royal ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Prestigious Award for Defence Scientist G Satheesh Reddy

The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS), London has conferred G Satheesh Reddy, Scientific Adviser to the Defence Minister, with the Society's 2015 Silver Medal for work contributing to major advances or contributions in aerospace. Mr Reddy is the first Defence ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago Scientic Adviser To Defence Minister G Satheesh Reddy Gets Prestigious Award  Silicon India2 weeks ago Prestigious award for defense scientist Satheesh Reddy  Times of India3 weeks ago

India's start-up world booms with 100,000 new firms in 2014

Industry estimates are that about 80 per cent of the companies that are registered are essentially non-IT. Start-ups have mostly been synonymous with technology but the trend seems to be changing. Experts say entrepreneurs are exploring other sectors such as health care, renewable energy, aeronautics, food and beverages services and agriculture, among others. According to tech industry association Nasscom, till 2014 around 3,500 information technology (IT) start-ups came up in India, a figure ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

India's 'Missile Man' continues to inspire through new web comic

Late former President APJ Abdul Kalam's inspiring and motivational message and minimalistic lifestyle forms the basis for a new art based web comic. A quote by the "Missile Man of India" from his 1999 autobiography "Wings of Fire" has been animated by Zen Pencils, online comic portal by Australia-based freelance artist Gavin Aung Than. The comic begins with a depiction of a young girl whose passion for swimming is frowned at by persons of authority presumably her parents. Than introduces ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago APJ Abdul Kalam: India's missile man, an indomitable spirit  Jagran Post2 months ago Life is a difficult game: Read Abdul Kalam's ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago APJ Abdul Kalam's inspirational message animated in web comic  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

'Why and how did science in India stagnate?'

'Indian ganita predictions were as good as or better than the best elsewhere.' 'The debate between mythology and "rational" science in India is at least as old as Aryabhata and Brahmagupta and, to this day, has not been resolved in the Indian popular thinking on science.' Professor Roddam Narasimha, FRS, is a distinguished aerospace scientist and among the first few Indian engineers to be elected to several leading international academies like the Royal Society, the US National Academies of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Components in Electronics

India seeks world markets at DSEI

Published: 6 August 2015 - 08:50 - Marianne Evans Indian defence and security capabilities will once again be on display at Defence & Security Equipment International ( DSEI ), which is being staged at ExCeL, London from 15th - 18th September.
 Components in Electronics1 month ago
Gulf News

Let's not beat each other up: Tim Clark

Emirates chief focuses on growth and has no interest in fights with other carriers Tim Clark, President of Emirates, says his focus is on getting the job done under extraordinarily difficult trading conditions. He added that spending time and ...
 Gulf News4 days ago
Royal Aeronautical Society

In the latest AEROSPACE magazine - October 2015

In the October 2015 edition of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine: innovation in cabin design, the LRS-B stealth bomber decision and 100 years of Westland. Plus the usual news, comment, insight and Society business. AEROSPACE - ...
 Royal Aeronautical Society1 week ago
The Hindu

Magical take-off

The author finds the course structure at the University of Southampton appealing. While growing up I was always fascinated by flights. I would watch planes fly by over our house in New Delhi and wonder how they glided like birds, the mechanics ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago 'Aero-science is pure magic...'  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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