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  • 'No Rocket Science': ISRO Scientists Change Track With Music Video

    'No Rocket Science': ISRO Scientists Change Track With Music Video

    Indian rocket scientists, who work on the country's finest space vehicles and used to their roaring sounds, have made their first music video ahead of India's 70th Independence Day. While they deal with rocket science during the day, 20-odd members of ROCK@ Band (pronounced Rocket Band) make music after sunset.

  • Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    One major lacuna in India's desi Global Positioning System (GPS) has been filled by linking it to the atomic clocks that give the Indian Standard Time. This reduces Navigation with Indian Constellation's (NavIC) dependence on the American GPS and adds a level of precision and accuracy that was missing in the Indian system.

  • Designer Baby Next? US Scientists Modify Genes Of Human Embryo

    Designer Baby Next? US Scientists Modify Genes Of Human Embryo

    A group of scientists in the US have taken the first steps in tweaking the genes in the human embryo - a subject fraught with fears of an eventual designer baby and a minefield of ethical dilemma. The scientists say their research has the potential to eliminate diseases that run through some families.

  • Renowned Space Scientist And Academic Yash Pal Dies At 90

    Renowned Space Scientist And Academic Yash Pal Dies At 90

    Renowned space scientist and Padma Vibhushan awardee Professor Yash Pal passed away at his residence in Noida today morning. He was 90.

  • Eminent Space Scientist UR Rao Dies At 85

    Eminent Space Scientist UR Rao Dies At 85

    Eminent space scientist and former chairman of ISRO, Udupi Ramachandra Rao, better known as Professor UR Rao, has died at his Bengaluru home early this morning. He was 85.

  • 'Saraswati': A Supercluster Of Galaxies Discovered By Indian Scientists

    'Saraswati': A Supercluster Of Galaxies Discovered By Indian Scientists

    Some may mistake them for city lights, but this is the glow from an astronomical structure named 'Saraswati' - one of the most massive, large-scale structures in the universe. Discovered by a team of Indian scientists, the supercluster of galaxies exists some four billion light years away from Earth.

  • China's Attempt To Launch One Of World's Most Powerful Rockets Fails

    China's Attempt To Launch One Of World's Most Powerful Rockets Fails

    'Long March-5 Y2' is one of world's most powerful rocket and is capable of lifting 25 tonnes into a low earth orbit and a 14 tonne class of communications satellite.

  • Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Till recently, the nuclear reactor Russia's Zarechny, a town in the Ural mountains, was out of bounds - with a reason. It is the world's only commercially operating Fast Breeder Reactor. NDTV visited the facility for a glimpse of the reactor, which produces many times more energy from the same amount of fuel in comparison with conventional atomic r...

  • Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Space scientists in India and America are on tenterhooks as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump meet for their first bilateral in Washington tomorrow. At stake is the world's most expensive earth-imaging satellite till date, which is being jointly made by the NASA and the ISRO.

  • ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today successfully launched the earth observation Cartosat 2 series satellite on-board the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) - C 38.

  • Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    After the successful launch of Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) most powerful Indian-made rocket on June 5, GSLV Mk III, on June 5, the space agency today launched 712-kg Cartosat-2 series satellite which was carried by India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C38) from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota.

  • ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    Hemmed in by neighbours with whom ties remain uneasy, India is increasingly turning vigilant, building fast on its monitoring capacity. Today Indian space agency ISRO launched another satellite - the eye-in-the-sky kind that sent images that came handy when surgical strikes were conducted across the Line of Control last September.

  • Was Like Father In Delivery Room: ISRO Chief On Baahubali Rocket Lift-Off

    Was Like Father In Delivery Room: ISRO Chief On <i>Baahubali</i> Rocket Lift-Off

    When the most powerful Indian-made rocket was lifting off on June 5, nearly a hundred scientists who were crowded into the control room at the space centre in Sriharikota were feeling the pressure.

  • The Triumph Of 'Baahubali': Amazing 'Selfies' From ISRO Rocket

    The Triumph Of 'Baahubali': Amazing 'Selfies' From ISRO Rocket

    Indian space agency ISRO's 'Baahubali rocket' - the mammoth GSLV MK III - has sent back a "selfie" after its successful launch. As it cruised in space, the 640-ton rocket, which weighs as much 200 fully grown elephants took its own footage.

  • GSLV Mk 3: As India Launches Heaviest Rocket, Why ISRO Scientists Are Nervous

    GSLV Mk 3: As India Launches Heaviest Rocket, Why ISRO Scientists Are Nervous

    As the over 25-hour countdown progressed today at the Sriharikota Space Centre for the launch of India's heaviest rocket, a 100-odd engineers and scientists at ISRO or the Indian Space Research Organisation had reason to feel nervous. To date, most first launches of India's rockets have ended in failure. Can they break the jinx?

'Pallava Bagla' - 314 Video Result(s)

'Pallava Bagla' - 373 News Result(s)

  • 'No Rocket Science': ISRO Scientists Change Track With Music Video

    'No Rocket Science': ISRO Scientists Change Track With Music Video

    Indian rocket scientists, who work on the country's finest space vehicles and used to their roaring sounds, have made their first music video ahead of India's 70th Independence Day. While they deal with rocket science during the day, 20-odd members of ROCK@ Band (pronounced Rocket Band) make music after sunset.

  • Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    One major lacuna in India's desi Global Positioning System (GPS) has been filled by linking it to the atomic clocks that give the Indian Standard Time. This reduces Navigation with Indian Constellation's (NavIC) dependence on the American GPS and adds a level of precision and accuracy that was missing in the Indian system.

  • Designer Baby Next? US Scientists Modify Genes Of Human Embryo

    Designer Baby Next? US Scientists Modify Genes Of Human Embryo

    A group of scientists in the US have taken the first steps in tweaking the genes in the human embryo - a subject fraught with fears of an eventual designer baby and a minefield of ethical dilemma. The scientists say their research has the potential to eliminate diseases that run through some families.

  • Renowned Space Scientist And Academic Yash Pal Dies At 90

    Renowned Space Scientist And Academic Yash Pal Dies At 90

    Renowned space scientist and Padma Vibhushan awardee Professor Yash Pal passed away at his residence in Noida today morning. He was 90.

  • Eminent Space Scientist UR Rao Dies At 85

    Eminent Space Scientist UR Rao Dies At 85

    Eminent space scientist and former chairman of ISRO, Udupi Ramachandra Rao, better known as Professor UR Rao, has died at his Bengaluru home early this morning. He was 85.

  • 'Saraswati': A Supercluster Of Galaxies Discovered By Indian Scientists

    'Saraswati': A Supercluster Of Galaxies Discovered By Indian Scientists

    Some may mistake them for city lights, but this is the glow from an astronomical structure named 'Saraswati' - one of the most massive, large-scale structures in the universe. Discovered by a team of Indian scientists, the supercluster of galaxies exists some four billion light years away from Earth.

  • China's Attempt To Launch One Of World's Most Powerful Rockets Fails

    China's Attempt To Launch One Of World's Most Powerful Rockets Fails

    'Long March-5 Y2' is one of world's most powerful rocket and is capable of lifting 25 tonnes into a low earth orbit and a 14 tonne class of communications satellite.

  • Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Till recently, the nuclear reactor Russia's Zarechny, a town in the Ural mountains, was out of bounds - with a reason. It is the world's only commercially operating Fast Breeder Reactor. NDTV visited the facility for a glimpse of the reactor, which produces many times more energy from the same amount of fuel in comparison with conventional atomic r...

  • Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Space scientists in India and America are on tenterhooks as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump meet for their first bilateral in Washington tomorrow. At stake is the world's most expensive earth-imaging satellite till date, which is being jointly made by the NASA and the ISRO.

  • ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today successfully launched the earth observation Cartosat 2 series satellite on-board the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) - C 38.

  • Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    After the successful launch of Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) most powerful Indian-made rocket on June 5, GSLV Mk III, on June 5, the space agency today launched 712-kg Cartosat-2 series satellite which was carried by India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C38) from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota.

  • ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    Hemmed in by neighbours with whom ties remain uneasy, India is increasingly turning vigilant, building fast on its monitoring capacity. Today Indian space agency ISRO launched another satellite - the eye-in-the-sky kind that sent images that came handy when surgical strikes were conducted across the Line of Control last September.

  • Was Like Father In Delivery Room: ISRO Chief On Baahubali Rocket Lift-Off

    Was Like Father In Delivery Room: ISRO Chief On <i>Baahubali</i> Rocket Lift-Off

    When the most powerful Indian-made rocket was lifting off on June 5, nearly a hundred scientists who were crowded into the control room at the space centre in Sriharikota were feeling the pressure.

  • The Triumph Of 'Baahubali': Amazing 'Selfies' From ISRO Rocket

    The Triumph Of 'Baahubali': Amazing 'Selfies' From ISRO Rocket

    Indian space agency ISRO's 'Baahubali rocket' - the mammoth GSLV MK III - has sent back a "selfie" after its successful launch. As it cruised in space, the 640-ton rocket, which weighs as much 200 fully grown elephants took its own footage.

  • GSLV Mk 3: As India Launches Heaviest Rocket, Why ISRO Scientists Are Nervous

    GSLV Mk 3: As India Launches Heaviest Rocket, Why ISRO Scientists Are Nervous

    As the over 25-hour countdown progressed today at the Sriharikota Space Centre for the launch of India's heaviest rocket, a 100-odd engineers and scientists at ISRO or the Indian Space Research Organisation had reason to feel nervous. To date, most first launches of India's rockets have ended in failure. Can they break the jinx?

  • Historic Day, Says ISRO As India's 'Baahubali' Rocket Lifts Off: 10 Facts

    Historic Day, Says ISRO As India's 'Baahubali' Rocket Lifts Off: 10 Facts

    Trailing thick white smoke, India's monster home-made rocket GSLV Mk III did a perfect lift-off this afternoon from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. The "Naughty boy" of Space Agency ISRO propels India into the big league of space technology. It is also expected to carry astronauts to space one day - perhaps in a little more than seven years. The 64...

  • ISRO's Largest Rocket To Carry Hopes Of Taking Indians To Space: 10 Facts

    ISRO's Largest Rocket To Carry Hopes Of Taking Indians To Space: 10 Facts

    India's largest rocket, which may carry humans to space some day, is expected to be launched today. The 640-ton GSLV Mk III rocket - as much as 200 full-grown Asian elephants or five Jumbo jets - will be on its maiden flight from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 5.28 pm. The 24-hour countdown has already started. For now, the rocket will carry a sa...

  • ISRO's GSAT-19/ GSLV MK III: How And Where To Watch The Rocket Launch

    ISRO's GSAT-19/ GSLV MK III: How And Where To Watch The Rocket Launch

    Country's heaviest rocket the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark- III, or the GSLV MK III, will lift off from ISRO's second launch pad

  • ISRO To Launch Its Heaviest Rocket That Could Ferry Indians Into Space: 10 Facts

    ISRO To Launch Its Heaviest Rocket That Could Ferry Indians Into Space: 10 Facts

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to launch a mega rocket, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III, or the GSLV Mk III, this Monday that will take India one step closer to sending its own astronauts in space. The vehicle will be launched from the agency's headquarters in Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota at 5 pm tomo...

  • ISRO's Mega Rocket Launch: All You Need To Know About GSLV Mark III

    ISRO's Mega Rocket Launch: All You Need To Know About GSLV Mark III

    Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch the heaviest rocket - Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III (GSLV Mk III) - which will be India's preferred vehicle to carry astronauts into space.

  • Indian Space Agency Readies For Monster Rocket's Mega Launch In Sriharikota On June 5

    Indian Space Agency Readies For Monster Rocket's Mega Launch In Sriharikota On June 5

    India is all set to launch on June 5 its heaviest rocket which weighs more than the combined weight of 200 full-grown Asian elephants or five fully-loaded jumbo jets. The all-new 640-ton Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle - Mark III (GSLV Mk- III) could soon be used to ferry Indian astronauts to space. India tests a new satellite system as wel...

  • The First Ever Satellite Being Jointly Built By NASA And ISRO Will Do This

    The First Ever Satellite Being Jointly Built By NASA And ISRO Will Do This

    Till recently, American space agency NASA and India's ISRO were almost forbidden to talk to each other as sanctions were in place. But that has changed now, and the two space agencies are jointly making a satellite called NISAR that will monitor the Earth like never before.

  • NASA To Create The Coldest Place In The Whole Universe

    NASA To Create The Coldest Place In The Whole Universe

    Scientists at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA are setting out to create the coldest place in the universe, which they believe may help them to find more about gravity and origination of Earth.

  • India To Build 10 Heavy Water Nuclear Reactors, Create 33,000 Jobs

    India To Build 10 Heavy Water Nuclear Reactors, Create 33,000 Jobs

    India will develop 10 heavy water nuclear reactors - a plan the government says will generate business worth 70,000 crores and create 33,000 jobs.

  • NASA Names Microbe Found In Space After APJ Abdul Kalam

    NASA Names Microbe Found In Space After APJ Abdul Kalam

    India's 11th president and its most famous space scientist Dr APJ Abdul Kalam has now been honoured by the NASA by naming a unique microbe found on the International Space Station after him. The microbe is called 'Solibacillus Kalamii'.

  • Environment Committee Approves GM Mustard. Anti-GM Activists, Farmers Remain Opposed

    Environment Committee Approves GM Mustard. Anti-GM Activists, Farmers Remain Opposed

    The country's first genetically modified food crop, GM Mustard, gets the green light from the Ministry of Environment and Forests' Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC). The committee has given a positive recommendation calling it "safe" and fit for commercial release.

  • Future Elections To Have Paper Trail Voting, Says Poll Body: 10 Facts

    Future Elections To Have Paper Trail Voting, Says Poll Body: 10 Facts

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has accused the Election Commission of "backing out" of the hackathon that it had promised to prove that its electronic voting machines or EVMs cannot be rigged. After a day-long meeting on Friday with 42 political parties, including Mr Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, the Election Commission spelled out its plan to ...

  • Calling Arvind Kejriwal. Election Commission Seeks Inputs For Hackathon

    Calling Arvind Kejriwal. Election Commission Seeks Inputs For Hackathon

    Suggestions for how to conduct a hackathon of voting machines will be sought on Friday morning from political parties by the Election Commission at a meeting in Delhi. Among those invited is Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party or AAP which has been lobbying shrilly against the electronic voting machines or EVMs that are currently in use. Mr Kejriwal ...

  • '90-Second Hack? Really?' Poll Commission Expert Bristles At AAP Claim

    '90-Second Hack? Really?' Poll Commission Expert Bristles At AAP Claim

    The Aam Aadmi Party's live demonstration of how an Electronic Voting Machine or EVM can be tampered with, has been brushed off by the Election Commission. Calling AAP's machine a "namoona" (lookalike), one of its experts scoffed at lawmaker Saurabh Bhardwaj's claim of changing the mother-board of an EVM in 90 seconds.

  • Lift-Off At 4:57 PM For 450-Crore Satellite Launch. A Tense Control Room

    Lift-Off At 4:57 PM For 450-Crore Satellite Launch. A Tense Control Room

    India's heaviest rocket, which scientists like to call the "naughty boy of ISRO", has failed in half its missions of launching satellites into space. Today, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) cannot afford to fail. At 4:57 pm, it will lift off at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh carrying a 450-crore communications satellite that Prime ...

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