The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) today tested it’s first reusable launch vehicle technology demonstrator RLV-TD at 7 am from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre. The two stage to orbit (TSTO) launch was assisted by with a booster rocket, HS-9. The winged 6.5 metre long and 1.75 ton space plane is designed to fly at
“It is my first sortie in Tejas, it is a good aircraft for induction into IAF operations”, said Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, the Chief of Air Staff after flying the indigenously designed and produced Light Combat Aircraft (Tejas) for about 30 minutes at HAL airport here today at around 12 noon. Group Captain M.
Nilotpal Basu, Central Secretariat member of Communist Party of India (Marxist) met the Chief Election Commissioner today and submitted a memorandum regarding the violence and irregularities in some Assembly Constituencies where polling was held today in West Bengal. “There have been widespread intimidation of voters, violence, obstructing voters from going to the polling booths, mounting
Indian Coast Guard Ship “Shoor” (Valiant) the second ship in the series of six Off Shore Patrol Vessels (OPV) was commissioned at Goa on 11 Apr 16. This 105 meters OPV has been designed and built indigenously by M/s GSL and is fitted with most advanced navigation and communication equipment, sensors and machinery. The features
The Indian Coast Guard and Navy today rushed into action a medical team along with equipment and materials using ships and aircraft, after a major fire was reported at the Puttingal Devi Temple in Kollam in the early hours. Southern Naval Command at Kochi is coordinating the effort. Six Aircraft, including two Dornier fixed wing
Indian companies are ready to invest invest upto $ 20 billion and were interested in setting up petrochemical and fertilizer plants, including in the Chabahar SEZ, either through Joint Venture between Indian and Iranian public sector companies or with private sector partners. The offer was conveyed by Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, the Indian Minister of State
Indian Army Personnel are pursuing intensive course in Mandarin Chinese at Jindal Global University. 25 Indian Army personnel underwent an intensive three week programme aimed at augmenting verbal communication skills in Mandarin Chinese . Programme is conducted by native Chinese instructors of India’s first Taiwan Education Centre (TEC) at the Jindal School of International Affairs.