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  • Chandrayan 2 "Packs More Power Than NASA's Apollo Missions": Minister

    Chandrayan 2 "Packs More Power Than NASA's Apollo Missions": Minister

    India's most ambitious space mission, Chandrayaan-2, that hopes to place a robotic rover on the moon could be launched as early as April this year, says Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office that is in charge of space affairs.

  • New ISRO Chief Rocket Man Sivan K, A Farmer's Son, Takes On SpaceX

    New ISRO Chief Rocket Man Sivan K, A Farmer's Son, Takes On SpaceX

    India's "Rocket Man" Dr Sivan K, who was named the new chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation last week, is unfazed by the so-called cheap launches offered by Ellon Musk's SpaceX.

  • India's Most Powerful Super Computer Could Aid In Doubling Farmers' Income

    India's Most Powerful Super Computer Could Aid In Doubling Farmers' Income

    The Union Budget saw much emphasis on doubling of farmers' income and on cyber-physical security. What could contribute to the doubling of farmers' income is India's most powerful Cray Super-computer - MIHIR - that will give more accurate weather forecasts which the farmers can then use to fine tune agriculture.

  • In Chilling Video, Bikers Are Caught Between 2 Tigers. What Happened Next

    In Chilling Video, Bikers Are Caught Between 2 Tigers. What Happened Next

    It was a miraculous escape for two men, on a motorcycle, who had an encounter with not one but two fully-grown tigers in the wilderness. In an over four-minute-long stomach-churning video that has surfaced, the motorcycle-borne men, somewhere in Maharashtra, are surrounded by the big cats -- a tiger in front and a tiger behind.

  • Top Scientists Unanimously Condemn Union Minister's Anti-Darwin Remark

    Top Scientists Unanimously Condemn Union Minister's Anti-Darwin Remark

    All the top scientists unanimously condemned Junior Education Minister Satyapal Singh's statement questioning the evolutionary theory of Charles Darwin, dismissing it as an unscientific concept and that it should be pulled out of the school and college curriculum.

  • "Polarising Science", Says Top Scientist After Minister Questions Darwin's Theory

    "Polarising Science", Says Top Scientist After Minister Questions Darwin's Theory

    Junior Education minister Satyapal Singh's statement questioning the evolutionary theory of Charles Darwin has been sharply criticized by influential voices from the scientific community, including a former president of INSA (the Indian National Science Academy) the top body of scientists in the country.Minister Satyapal Singh has said Darwin's the...

  • "I'm A Man of Science": Minister Stands Firm Amid Row Over Darwin Remark

    "I'm A Man of Science": Minister Stands Firm Amid Row Over Darwin Remark

    Junior Education minister Satyapal Singh's statement questioning the evolutionary theory of Charles Darwin has been sharply criticized by Raghavendra Gadagkar, a senior scientist, who said it was "politically polarizing science and scientists". Mr Singh said Darwin's theory was "scientifically wrong" since there are no witnesses to apes evolving in...

  • Agni 5 Missile That Can Strike China Set To Enter India's Arsenal

    Agni 5 Missile That Can Strike China Set To Enter India's Arsenal

    India's longest range missile Agni 5 is all set to be inducted into the armed forces, a top defence ministry official has told NDTV. This comes a day after the fifth consecutively successful launch of the inter-continental ballistic missile that has a range of nearly 5000 kilometres.

  • Agni-5, Nuclear-Capable 'Fire And Forget' Missile, Successfully Test-Fired

    Agni-5, Nuclear-Capable 'Fire And Forget' Missile, Successfully Test-Fired

    India has successfully test-fired its nuclear capable surface-to-surface Agni-5 ballistic missile from a test range off the Odisha coast, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today.

  • At 27,000 Km/h, ISRO's Rocket Drops 31 Satellites In Orbit. Watch Onboard Footage

    At 27,000 Km/h, ISRO's Rocket Drops 31 Satellites In Orbit. Watch Onboard Footage

    Indian space agency ISRO has released visuals taken by cameras on board the rocket that was successfully launched from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh yesterday. The pictures were taken as the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) travelled at over 27,000 kilometres per hour and successfully dropped 31 satellites sequentially in space.

  • ISRO Launches 100th Satellite: All About Cartosat-2, India's Eye Across Border

    ISRO Launches 100th Satellite: All About Cartosat-2, India's Eye Across Border

    Indian space agency ISRO's rocket today successfully placed into orbit its 100th satellite "Cartosat 2", which will keep an eye across the border.

  • ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    Space agency ISRO this morning successfully sent up a rocket carrying India's 100th satellite along with 30 others, four months after failed launch. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV lifted off at 9.29 am from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh and a key component that had failed in August worked this time, causing scientists to gasp in relief ...

  • Countdown For ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch Begins, Lift-Off Today

    Countdown For ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch Begins, Lift-Off Today

    Nearly four month after an unsuccessful satellite launch attempt, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch its 100th satellite along with 30 others on-board a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) in a single mission on Friday from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

  • Rocket Man Who Sent 104 Satellites Into Orbit Is New ISRO Chairman

    Rocket Man Who Sent 104 Satellites Into Orbit Is New ISRO Chairman

    Rocket specialist K Sivan has been appointed Chairman of India's space agency ISRO for a three-year term. He replaces incumbent ISRO Chairman AS Kiran Kumar, whose term ends January 14.

  • ISRO's Heaviest Satellite To Boost Internet, A Boon For Rural India

    ISRO's Heaviest Satellite To Boost Internet, A Boon For Rural India

    The heaviest satellite that India has ever made is also a springboard for the country to fully realise Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Digital India programme. Weighing six tonnes or the combined weight of six sedans, the heavyweight communications satellite GSAT-11 will usher in satellite-based Internet services for the first time, a boon for rural...

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'Pallava Bagla' - 417 News Result(s)

  • Chandrayan 2 "Packs More Power Than NASA's Apollo Missions": Minister

    Chandrayan 2 "Packs More Power Than NASA's Apollo Missions": Minister

    India's most ambitious space mission, Chandrayaan-2, that hopes to place a robotic rover on the moon could be launched as early as April this year, says Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office that is in charge of space affairs.

  • New ISRO Chief Rocket Man Sivan K, A Farmer's Son, Takes On SpaceX

    New ISRO Chief Rocket Man Sivan K, A Farmer's Son, Takes On SpaceX

    India's "Rocket Man" Dr Sivan K, who was named the new chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation last week, is unfazed by the so-called cheap launches offered by Ellon Musk's SpaceX.

  • India's Most Powerful Super Computer Could Aid In Doubling Farmers' Income

    India's Most Powerful Super Computer Could Aid In Doubling Farmers' Income

    The Union Budget saw much emphasis on doubling of farmers' income and on cyber-physical security. What could contribute to the doubling of farmers' income is India's most powerful Cray Super-computer - MIHIR - that will give more accurate weather forecasts which the farmers can then use to fine tune agriculture.

  • In Chilling Video, Bikers Are Caught Between 2 Tigers. What Happened Next

    In Chilling Video, Bikers Are Caught Between 2 Tigers. What Happened Next

    It was a miraculous escape for two men, on a motorcycle, who had an encounter with not one but two fully-grown tigers in the wilderness. In an over four-minute-long stomach-churning video that has surfaced, the motorcycle-borne men, somewhere in Maharashtra, are surrounded by the big cats -- a tiger in front and a tiger behind.

  • Top Scientists Unanimously Condemn Union Minister's Anti-Darwin Remark

    Top Scientists Unanimously Condemn Union Minister's Anti-Darwin Remark

    All the top scientists unanimously condemned Junior Education Minister Satyapal Singh's statement questioning the evolutionary theory of Charles Darwin, dismissing it as an unscientific concept and that it should be pulled out of the school and college curriculum.

  • "Polarising Science", Says Top Scientist After Minister Questions Darwin's Theory

    "Polarising Science", Says Top Scientist After Minister Questions Darwin's Theory

    Junior Education minister Satyapal Singh's statement questioning the evolutionary theory of Charles Darwin has been sharply criticized by influential voices from the scientific community, including a former president of INSA (the Indian National Science Academy) the top body of scientists in the country.Minister Satyapal Singh has said Darwin's the...

  • "I'm A Man of Science": Minister Stands Firm Amid Row Over Darwin Remark

    "I'm A Man of Science": Minister Stands Firm Amid Row Over Darwin Remark

    Junior Education minister Satyapal Singh's statement questioning the evolutionary theory of Charles Darwin has been sharply criticized by Raghavendra Gadagkar, a senior scientist, who said it was "politically polarizing science and scientists". Mr Singh said Darwin's theory was "scientifically wrong" since there are no witnesses to apes evolving in...

  • Agni 5 Missile That Can Strike China Set To Enter India's Arsenal

    Agni 5 Missile That Can Strike China Set To Enter India's Arsenal

    India's longest range missile Agni 5 is all set to be inducted into the armed forces, a top defence ministry official has told NDTV. This comes a day after the fifth consecutively successful launch of the inter-continental ballistic missile that has a range of nearly 5000 kilometres.

  • Agni-5, Nuclear-Capable 'Fire And Forget' Missile, Successfully Test-Fired

    Agni-5, Nuclear-Capable 'Fire And Forget' Missile, Successfully Test-Fired

    India has successfully test-fired its nuclear capable surface-to-surface Agni-5 ballistic missile from a test range off the Odisha coast, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today.

  • At 27,000 Km/h, ISRO's Rocket Drops 31 Satellites In Orbit. Watch Onboard Footage

    At 27,000 Km/h, ISRO's Rocket Drops 31 Satellites In Orbit. Watch Onboard Footage

    Indian space agency ISRO has released visuals taken by cameras on board the rocket that was successfully launched from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh yesterday. The pictures were taken as the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) travelled at over 27,000 kilometres per hour and successfully dropped 31 satellites sequentially in space.

  • ISRO Launches 100th Satellite: All About Cartosat-2, India's Eye Across Border

    ISRO Launches 100th Satellite: All About Cartosat-2, India's Eye Across Border

    Indian space agency ISRO's rocket today successfully placed into orbit its 100th satellite "Cartosat 2", which will keep an eye across the border.

  • ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    Space agency ISRO this morning successfully sent up a rocket carrying India's 100th satellite along with 30 others, four months after failed launch. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV lifted off at 9.29 am from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh and a key component that had failed in August worked this time, causing scientists to gasp in relief ...

  • Countdown For ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch Begins, Lift-Off Today

    Countdown For ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch Begins, Lift-Off Today

    Nearly four month after an unsuccessful satellite launch attempt, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch its 100th satellite along with 30 others on-board a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) in a single mission on Friday from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

  • Rocket Man Who Sent 104 Satellites Into Orbit Is New ISRO Chairman

    Rocket Man Who Sent 104 Satellites Into Orbit Is New ISRO Chairman

    Rocket specialist K Sivan has been appointed Chairman of India's space agency ISRO for a three-year term. He replaces incumbent ISRO Chairman AS Kiran Kumar, whose term ends January 14.

  • ISRO's Heaviest Satellite To Boost Internet, A Boon For Rural India

    ISRO's Heaviest Satellite To Boost Internet, A Boon For Rural India

    The heaviest satellite that India has ever made is also a springboard for the country to fully realise Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Digital India programme. Weighing six tonnes or the combined weight of six sedans, the heavyweight communications satellite GSAT-11 will usher in satellite-based Internet services for the first time, a boon for rural...

  • ISRO Ready For First Satellite Launch In 4 Months After Failure In August

    ISRO Ready For First Satellite Launch In 4 Months After Failure In August

    For more than four months, all Indian rockets have been grounded after the country's first private-sector manufactured satellite was declared unsuccessful in August last year. ISRO, the country's premier space agency that handled the launch seems to have regained confidence and is ready for a lift-off on January 12, if all goes well.

  • Hitting An Enemy Missile With A Missile, Dramatic Video Of A Spectacular Direct Hit

    Hitting An Enemy Missile With A Missile, Dramatic Video Of A Spectacular Direct Hit

    An interceptor missile streaks towards its target - a ballistic missile - Star Wars style, and scores a direct hit. NDTV has accessed footage of India's successful test on Thursday of an indigenous ballistic missile system. The missile was guided towards the incoming ballistic missile by a series of ground-based radars before activating its own see...

  • India Ahead In Elite Missile Club With A "Star Wars" Like Advanced Air Defence System: 10 Facts

    India Ahead In Elite Missile Club With A "Star Wars" Like Advanced Air Defence System: 10 Facts

    India today successfully tested a "Star Wars"-like system of an incoming enemy missile being destroyed by another missile. India has become the fourth country in the world to master the technology of hitting a missile with a missile. In the test carried out at 9:45 am from Wheeler Island off the coast of Odisha, a direct hit destroyed an incoming h...

  • From Cold Siberia, Uranium Fuel Comes For Kudankulam Atomic Plants

    From Cold Siberia, Uranium Fuel Comes For Kudankulam Atomic Plants

    Frozen Siberia -- where temperatures reach minus 60 degrees Celsius in winters -- is the unlikely source of the enriched uranium that fuels the twin mega reactors at Kudankulam. Tons of uranium is processed in Russian Siberia and then taken 5,000 kilometres away to Tamil Nadu, where it helps power homes

  • India's First Atomic Energy Venture Abroad Is Bangladesh's First N-Plant

    India's First Atomic Energy Venture Abroad Is Bangladesh's First N-Plant

    Bangladesh has become the newest entrant into the nuclear club with the construction of two atomic power plants. It will be the third South Asian country after India and Pakistan to access nuclear energy -- a development that could alter the power structure in South Asia.

  • Air Pollution Harmful, But It Isn't A Killer, Says Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan

    Air Pollution Harmful, But It Isn't A Killer, Says Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan

    Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan appears to question recent global studies that claim millions of people die in India due to pollution. Dr Harsh Vardhan told NDTV in an interview that "to attribute any death to a cause like pollution may be too much".

  • Can't Do A 'Surgical Strike' On Air Pollution, Says Minister Harsh Vardhan

    Can't Do A 'Surgical Strike' On Air Pollution, Says Minister Harsh Vardhan

    Union environment minister Harsh Vardhan today rebutted the allegations of the Delhi government that the Centre had been aloof about the smog that has been choking the national capital, saying one cannot launch "surgical strikes" against pollution. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said, has been monitoring the situation but insisted that a solution...

  • India Test Fires 'Nirbhay' - Missile That Can Evade Radars

    India Test Fires 'Nirbhay' - Missile That Can Evade Radars

    India successfully test fired cruise missile Nirbhay today which can travel at three top level and evade Radars - an object-detection system that uses radio waves to determine the range, angle, or velocity of objects.

  • A Rare Inside Look At Earthquake Stress Testing Of Indian Atomic Reactors

    A Rare Inside Look At Earthquake Stress Testing Of Indian Atomic Reactors

    When a mega earthquake and a massive tsunami struck Japan in 2011, several nuclear reactors exploded one after the other at Fukushima. In order to see how safe nuclear reactors in India are and whether they are vulnerable to earthquakes, NDTV took a rare inside look at how atomic components are stress tested for earthquakes.

  • Robots Made By IIT Students Sweep Their Way To Record Books

    Robots Made By IIT Students Sweep Their Way To Record Books

    Students at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) campus on Sunday created a new Asian record for deploying the largest number of robots for sweeping an area.

  • After Outrage, Indian Institute Of Science Cancels Astrology Workshop

    After Outrage, Indian Institute Of Science Cancels Astrology Workshop

    An astrology workshop to be held at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, where India's only science Nobel Prize winner CV Raman worked, has sparked immense outrage by the faculty.

  • In Spare Time, Indian Nuclear Scientists Found Way To Clean Sewage Water

    In Spare Time, Indian Nuclear Scientists Found Way To Clean Sewage Water

    Atomic engineers whose day job is to work on India's atomic reactors are using their spare time to work towards cleaning and treating sewage in a highly efficient manner.

  • Pollution Killed 25 Lakh Indians In 2015, The Most In The World: Report

    Pollution Killed 25 Lakh Indians In 2015, The Most In The World: Report

    Pollution killed 25 lakh Indians in 2015, the world's highest number of deaths caused by air, water and other forms of pollution, according to an international study. It also translates to five deaths every minute due to pollution in the country.

  • 130-Million-Year-Old Cosmic Crash Triggers Gold Rush

    130-Million-Year-Old Cosmic Crash Triggers Gold Rush

    A cosmic crash that took place 130 million years ago has given clues of how heavy metals like gold were created. The signals of the crash, which took 130 million years ago, reached Earth in August. It was immediately picked up by astronomers across the world and the findings were announced today.

  • Chennai Students Create Guinness World Record With World's Largest Biology Class

    Chennai Students Create Guinness World Record With World's Largest Biology Class

    Who knew high school science classes could be fun - and even memorable enough for a Guinness World Record. But over a thousand students in Chennai managed exactly that when they got together for a one-of-kind biology lesson on Saturday as part of the ongoing India International Science Festival.

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