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ISRO gearing up for GSLV mission next month : Kiran Kumar

Chennai, Jul 22: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) would launch INSAT-3DR weather satellite next month using its heavy Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mk II) , its Chairman A S Kiran Kumar said today. Speaking at the MIT ... Newshence.com, 1 week ago

Even NASA wants to work with us, which it wouldn't have before: A S Kiran Kumar

A S Kiran Kumar (pic courtesy: ISRO website) Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has shown noteworthy results in launching rockets and satellites to space on a shoestring budget. A S Kiran Kumar, the chairman, talks of what's on and what ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago 'Even NASA wants to work with us, which it wouldn't have before'  India Brand Equity Foundation1 month ago
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Isro plans to launch its heaviest satellite in December

The Indian Space Research Organisation will undertake its heaviest yet launch in December with the GSLV Mk-III rocket which will carry the 3.2-tonne GSAT-19E communication satellite from Sathish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. Speaking at the ...
 Domain-B5 days ago ISRO to launch weather satellite next month  Terra Daily2 days ago Isro to undertake the heaviest launch in December  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago ISROs Next Launch Will Be A Weather Satellite Next Month  Indiatimes5 days ago
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Roger Ailes vs. the Liberal Sharks — But Which One Could Be Deadly?

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The sharks are circling Fox News, much to the delight of Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, David Brock, George Soros, and most Democrats. If they get their bite on Fox, it will be the American people who will be bitten ...
 Breitbart.com3 weeks ago
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'Even NASA wants to work with us now'

‘We've shown we’re in a position to work with global agencies, for bringing in solutions that are relevant to global activities.’ ‘There has been a lot of misinformation on that (Geospatial Bill) and we have also commented on it.’ Indian Space Research Organisation has shown noteworthy results in launching rockets and satellites to space on a shoestring budget. A S Kiran Kumar, the ISRO chairman, image, below, talks of what’s on and what lies ahead ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Indian Air Force inducts first three women fighter pilots

The Indian Air Force (IAF) inducted its first three female fighter pilots into service on 18 June following their graduation from the Air Force Academy at Dindigul in southern India. The IAF said that Flying Officers Avani Chaturvedi, Bhawana ...
 Jane's1 month ago First batch of IAF's women pilots to be commissioned on June 18  DNA India1 month ago

Puducherry gets a Congress government

CHENNAI: The Tamil-speaking union territory of Puducherry on Monday got a Congress government, with former union minister V. Narayanaswamy at the helm. That fulfills an agreement the Congress and Tamil Nadu's primary opposition party Dravida ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago

First Indian-Made Training Aircraft Completes Successful Flight

India's first indigenous basic trainer aircraft, the Hindustan Turbo Trainer-40 (HTT-40), made its successful maiden trial flight onTuesday morning. The aircraft is manufactured bystate-owned manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) , which ...
 Sputnik1 month ago
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