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India Needs World's Best Like ISRO in Other Areas as Well

Today, the Indian Space Research Organsation (ISRO) is amongst the world’s best in space technology. ISRO’s mission statement: “Our vision is to harness space technology for national development, while pursuing space science research and planetary exploration” sums up its purpose of work. ISRO launched six Singaporean satellites weighing 625Kg on …

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ISRO Sets New Record With Multiple Burn Fuel Stage

Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle & PSLV 4th Stage Restartable Engine CHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation placed six Singaporean satellites into a 550 km circular orbit late Wednesday evening in what was the 32nd flight of the nation’s highly successful PSLV launch vehicle. Putting foreign satellites into orbit successfully has become a …

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Russia Develops Automated Retargeting Control System For ICBMs

WORLDS MOST POWERFUL NUCLEAR MISSILE ever Built Russian SS-18 Satan can carry Multiple Nuclear Delivery Vehicles Russia’s new automated system will help retarget intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) instantly before the launch. “The new system will be put into operation from next year. The Russian Strategic Missile Force’s combat troops had …

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Mitsubhishi Starts Assembly Of First Japanese F-35A Fighter Aircraft

Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Production Assembly Line The first Japanese F-35A Lightning II aircraft began its assembly at the Nagoya Final Assembly and Check-Out (FACO) facility. The aircraft, designated AX-5, has officially begun the mate process, where major components of the aircraft are joined together to form the aircraft’s structure, Lockheed Martin said …

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CAG Criticises Army for "Unauthorised" Utilization of Choppers

NEW DELHI: The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has criticised the Army for “unauthorised” utilisation of helicopters of the Aviation Corps including sorties undertaken on Saturday, Sunday and holidays which cost the exchequer nearly Rs three crore extra as unauthorised expenditure. The CAG noted that as per paragraph 33 …

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India, Greece Agree to Enhance Bilateral Defence Ties

Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos NEW DELHI: India and Greece today decided to enhance bilateral defence ties as visiting Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos held talks with his Indian counterpart Manohar Parrikar here. Kammenos, who reached India yesterday, is on a three-day visit to the country. Both sides held discussions …

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