• Indias Space Programme
    The country is now capable of launching its own spacecraft. In fact, it offers this service to many other countries. Now India has made landmark progress with the launch of Chandrayan for its moon mission. India started its space programme with the launch of first space satellite ‘Aryabhatta’ on...
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  • Space
    its chairman.[5] The Indian Space Research Organization in its modern form was created by Vikram Sarabhai in 1969.[7] This body was to take control of all space activities in the Republic of India.[7]The prime objective of ISRO is to develop space technology and its application to various national...
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  • Chronology of Indian Missile Technology in India
    CNES to supply four Centaure rockets with payloads for vapor cloud experiments. For its part, DAE will manufacture in India, under license, the Belier and Centaure types of sounding rockets. 1965: India establishes the Space and Technology Center (SSTC) in Thumba. 1967: The Satellite...
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  • Achivements of India in Science
    India Space program The space program had its genesis in the Indian National Committee of Space Research, which was established in 1962 as part of the Department of Atomic Energy. In 1972 the Department of Space and the Space Commission were established as the executive and policy wings of the...
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  • India in Space
    unmanned explorations of the solar system.” India’s entry into space-age is rather late, but it is said that better late than never. The beginning was made in 1975, when India launched its first scientific satellite Aryabhatta I into space, in collaboration with the U. S. S. R. As we did not have our...
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  • India in Space Research
    provide the ‘highway’ to solar system in the next century. We are well underway with unmanned explorations of the solar system.” India’s entry into space-age is rather late, but it is said that better late than never. The beginning was made in 1975, when India launched its first scientific satellite...
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  • Metropolitan vs. Colonial Space
    Metropolitan vs. Colonial Space in Forster’s A Passage to India and Lawrence’s Women in Love At first glance, it seems easy to state a definitive distinction between what Said calls “metropolitan space” and “colonial space.” In its simplest form, metropolitan space is the space occupied...
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  • Russia
    Shayne Bigelow GEOG 201 Mathieu, Charlotte. (2010) “Assessing Russia's space cooperation with China and India—Opportunities and challenges for Europe,” Acta Astronautica, Volume 66, Issue 3 – 4, pp. 355 – 361. The Soviet Union was among the world leaders in space-oriented programs during...
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  • Essay
    INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANISATION Introduction The Indian Space Research Organisation is the primary body for space research under the control of the Government of India, and one of the big six advanced space research organizations that dominate space (others being NASA (U.S), RKA (Russia...
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  • Space Tourism India
    SPACE TOURISM IN INDIA A REPORT OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH STUDY BY THE UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES, DEHRADUN, INDIA DIRECTED BY PROF. DR. RAM S. JAKHU CENTRE FOR AVIATION STUDIES ® UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES DISCLAIMER The contents of this Study...
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  • India - Progress in Science & Technology
    independence in 1947 to Rs. 30 billion. Significant achievements have been made in the areas of nuclear and space science, electronics and defence. The government is committed to making S&T an integral part of the socio-economic development of the country.  | | India has the third largest...
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  • Space Law
    . The United Nations has held a global conference for space benefits called UNISPACE III in July 1999 in Vienna with an outstanding scholar from India with great vision, Prof U.R.Rao, as Chairman. The conference has produced a wonderful document on space benefits for humankind through space...
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  • Growth of Science and Technology
    made in the areas of nuclear and space science, electronics and defense. The government is committed to making S&T an integral part of the socio-economic development of the country. "Param", the parallel super computer developed by India India has the third largest scientific and technical...
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  • Air and Space
    agreement) the 1972 convention on international liability for damage caused by space object (the liability convention) the 1975 the convention on object launch in outer space and the 1979 agreement which is known as the moon treaty . International treaties and agreements applicability in India...
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  • Importance of Satellites in Maritime Domain
    , was launched in 1980. Indian space ambitions grew at such a pace that the country was able to challenge both its Asian rivals, China and Japan, with a lunar program. India at last achieved the vision outlined in the 1960s of not only building its own geosynchronous communication satellites, but...
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  • Real Estate Market and Indian Economy
    and retail space Growing requirements of space from sectors such as education and healthcare • • Growth in tourism providing opportunities in the hospitality sector Advantage India Increasing investments • Policy support • FDI in real estate of more than USD11.25 billion...
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  • Overview of Real Estate Industry
    |||| |||| |||| Hospitality space SEZs Fragmented market with few large players Demand of over 300,000 units in the seven major cities in 2010 Few players with presence across India Over 30 million sq ft demand in 7 major cities during 2010...
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  • Information Technology
    The Future of Space Exploration and Human Development Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Former President of India Prologue The successful launch of the Chandrayaan Mission has spurred the imagination of every Indian and made us proud. This Paper has been adapted from Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam’s Keynote...
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  • science in india..
    -C6) from Satish Dhawan Space centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota successfully placed two satellites-1560 kg CARTOSTAR-1 and 42 kg HAMSAT-into a predetermined polar Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO). The successful launch of INSAT-4A, the heaviest and most powerful Satellite built by India so far, on 22...
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  • Chandrayaan
    fulfilled, but pious promises to deliver "good science" from the mission are still to be met. Big achievement India launched its $100m unmanned spacecraft on 22 October 2008 from Sriharikota on the coast of the Bay of Bengal. First, the spacecraft designed and built by the Indian Space...
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