Foreign firms can build satellite launchpads, ground stations in India: ISRO Chief K. Sivan

Foreign firms can build satellite launchpads, ground stations in India: ISRO Chief K. Sivan

Bengaluru: – ISRO Chief and Secretary in the space department, K Sivan, indicated that foreign companies could get permission to invest in the Indian space sector and to build their own satellite launchpads and ground stations. An announcement in this regard had been made a few months ago, and it was declared that the Indian […]

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Govt to provide satellite internet to 5,000 villages in border & Naxal-affected areas

Govt to provide satellite internet to 5,000 villages in border & Naxal-affected areas

New Delhi: – Internet services will be provided directly from the ISRO’s satellites to the villages at the border, Naxal-affected regions and the villages in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Gram Panchayats of five thousand villages from 15 states will be provided with this facility. The project will be activated under the ‘Bharat Net’ program, […]

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RPF busts international gang involved in e-ticket racket, 100 arrested

RPF busts international gang involved in e-ticket racket, 100 arrested

Bengaluru – An international gang involved in E-ticket fraud, using a Pakistani software, has been busted by the Railway Protection Force (RPF). Investigation revealed that this gang is a part of the international black market comprising of 25,000 hackers and brokers. South Western Railway has issued a statement in this respect and more than 100 […]

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Private sector can build their launchpads in Sriharikota, ISRO Chief K. Sivan

Private sector can build their launchpads in Sriharikota, ISRO Chief K. Sivan

New Delhi: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief K. Sivan said that after opening up the Indian space sector, now, the private sector can build their own launchpads in Sriharikota. The process of including the private sector, in the space sector, has been initiated. In view of this, the companies from the private sector, interested […]

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India will acquire an essential place in the Global Space Economy, ISRO Chief Sivan expresses confidence  

India will acquire an essential place in the Global Space Economy, ISRO Chief Sivan expresses confidence  

New Delhi: – K Sivan, the Chief of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), welcomed the decision to open up the Indian space sector to the private sector. This decision will provide an impetus to the progress of the Indian space sector. Saying that now, the private companies will be allowed to build rockets and satellites, ISRO Chief […]

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ISRO launches earth-imaging & mapping satellite ‘CARTOSAT-3’ into space 

ISRO launches earth-imaging & mapping satellite ‘CARTOSAT-3’ into space 

Sriharikota: ISRO successfully launched the ‘CARTOSAT-3’ satellite along with 13 commercial nanosatellites in the PSLV-C47 rocket. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on the successful launch on Wednesday morning. ISRO chief K. Siwan said that the technology used in CARTOSAT-3 was extraordinarily sophisticated and advanced, expressing confidence that it would […]

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ISRO locates Vikram lander through a thermal image captured by the orbiter

ISRO locates Vikram lander through a thermal image captured by the orbiter

Bengaluru: ISRO’s ambitious ‘Chandrayaan-2’ mission had suffered a setback because the communication was lost with the Vikram lander in the last stage of the mission. However, the lunar orbiter has sent photographs of the Vikram Lander to the control centre. The development has offered a glimmer of hope and the efforts to re-establish contact between […]

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Attempts to re-establish communication to the lander still ongoing, says ISRO chief K.Sivan

Attempts to re-establish communication to the lander still ongoing, says ISRO chief K.Sivan

Bengaluru: All Indians eyeing the Chandrayaan-2 mission became ecstatic when the Vikram lander began its final descent towards the moon at 1.45 am on 7th September. The last 15 minutes of the journey were said to be terrifying. However, the Vikram lander lost contact with the ground station just 3 minutes and 2.1 kilometres before […]

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