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Mars orbiter spacecraft to reach target in 75 days

ISRO has planned another trajectory correction manoeuvre in August before the Mars Orbit Insertion in September.


Need to be world’s launchpad, plan for SAARC satellite: PM

The PM, who was on a two-day visit to space facilities at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, witnessed the successful launch of five foreign satellites.


Kerala assembly congratulates ISRO scientists

A resolution moved by Speaker G Karthikeyan said it was a proud moment for the country.

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Modi has indicated great admiration for four other countries whose leaders have similar CEO styles: China, Japan, South Korea and Singapore.

At PSLV-C23 rocket launch, PM Modi asks ISRO to plan for SAARC satellite as he lauds scientists

This was PSLV’s fourth fully commercial launch and ISRO’s mission number 114.


ISRO set to launch five foreign satellites tomorrow in PM Modi’s presence

PSLV C-23 is scheduled to lift off from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 9.52 am on Monday.


PM Narendra Modi to witness ISRO’s PSLV C-23 rocket launch

Security has been beefed up at the airport in view of Modi’s visit, police said.


Prime Minister to witness launch of ISRO’s PSLV C-23 rocket

The PSLV-C23 rocket will be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SHAR) in Sriharikota.


Countdown for ISRO’s PSLV C23 begins at Sriharikota

The Launch Authorisation Board (LAB), which met yesterday at Sriharikota, cleared the launch, paving the way for the start of the countdown.


Five foreign satellites to be launched by ISRO on June 30

These will be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SHAR) in Sriharikota.


India launches second navigation satellite IRNSS 1B

“PSLV, in its 25th successive successful flight, injected IRNSS-1B very precisely…” said ISRO
Chairman K Radhakrishnan.

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Singapore to launch first commercial satellite TeLEOS-1 with ISRO’s help

The TeLEOS-1 is equipped with an electro-optical camera capable of taking images at ground resolution of one metre.

The government maintains silence 
relating to ITAs against it, citing ‘confidentiality’. Confidentiality is no doubt critical for private parties choosing to resolve their purely private disputes 
through arbitration. However, ITAs implicate different concerns.  (PTI)

A BIT of a secret

Bilateral investment treaty arbitration must be made more transparent.


Buoyed by success on Facebook, ISRO turns to Youtube

With over three lakh likes on Facebook, ISRO has been encouraged to launch a channel on Youtube.


ISRO launches GSLV D5, India among heavyweights of rocket science

The launch sequence of the GSLV, marred by a launch pad fuel leakage on August 19, 2013 went perfectly as planned on Sunday.