Pallava Bagla With Inputs From Agencies


'Pallava Bagla With Inputs From Agencies ' - 5 News Result(s)

  • India Launches Record 20 Satellites In 26 Minutes, Google Is A Customer

    India Launches Record 20 Satellites In 26 Minutes, Google Is A Customer

    Shortly after 9 am, India successfully launched a rocket which deposited a record 20 satellites in 26 minutes - proof that the country's famously frugal space agency, ISRO, is headed for a larger slice of the lucrative commercial space market.

  • India A Step Closer To 'Desi-GPS' With Latest Satellite Launch

    India A Step Closer To 'Desi-GPS' With Latest Satellite Launch

    Space agency ISRO this morning successfully launched India's fifth navigation satellite, the IRNSS-1E, in space, moving a step closer to what is being called an operational "desi GPS" or home-grown Global Positioning System.

  • India Successfully Test Fires Its Nuclear Capable Agni IV Missile

    India Successfully Test Fires Its Nuclear Capable Agni IV Missile

    India today successfully test-fired its nuclear-capable strategic ballistic missile Agni-IV, capable of hitting a target at a distance of 4,000 km, from newly named Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast.

  • At PSLV Launch, PM Narendra Modi says 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More'

    At PSLV Launch, PM Narendra Modi says 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More'

    ISRO's Rocket Launch: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a pitch for India to be the world's low-cost space technology supplier, minutes after witnessing the launch of a rocket carrying five satellites from France, Singapore, Germany and Canada on Monday.

  • India's Mars Mission hits first hurdle

    India's Mars Mission hits first hurdle

    India's mission to Mars, launched last week, has hit its first problem. Last night, the satellite was not able to raise its orbit to the required 100,000 km.

'Pallava Bagla With Inputs From Agencies ' - 5 News Result(s)

  • India Launches Record 20 Satellites In 26 Minutes, Google Is A Customer

    India Launches Record 20 Satellites In 26 Minutes, Google Is A Customer

    Shortly after 9 am, India successfully launched a rocket which deposited a record 20 satellites in 26 minutes - proof that the country's famously frugal space agency, ISRO, is headed for a larger slice of the lucrative commercial space market.

  • India A Step Closer To 'Desi-GPS' With Latest Satellite Launch

    India A Step Closer To 'Desi-GPS' With Latest Satellite Launch

    Space agency ISRO this morning successfully launched India's fifth navigation satellite, the IRNSS-1E, in space, moving a step closer to what is being called an operational "desi GPS" or home-grown Global Positioning System.

  • India Successfully Test Fires Its Nuclear Capable Agni IV Missile

    India Successfully Test Fires Its Nuclear Capable Agni IV Missile

    India today successfully test-fired its nuclear-capable strategic ballistic missile Agni-IV, capable of hitting a target at a distance of 4,000 km, from newly named Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast.

  • At PSLV Launch, PM Narendra Modi says 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More'

    At PSLV Launch, PM Narendra Modi says 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More'

    ISRO's Rocket Launch: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a pitch for India to be the world's low-cost space technology supplier, minutes after witnessing the launch of a rocket carrying five satellites from France, Singapore, Germany and Canada on Monday.

  • India's Mars Mission hits first hurdle

    India's Mars Mission hits first hurdle

    India's mission to Mars, launched last week, has hit its first problem. Last night, the satellite was not able to raise its orbit to the required 100,000 km.

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