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  • Chandrayaan-2 launch in April, to aim for moon's south pole: Jitendra Singh

    Chandrayaan-2, the lunar mission under which the ISRO will for the first time attempt to land a rover on the moon's south pole, will be launched in April, Jitendra Singh, in-charge of the Department of Space said.

  • India's defence budget breaks into world's top 5: UK report

    India's defence budget broke into the world's top five, beating the UK for the first time, a new report by a London-based global think-tank has said, signalling a key shift in the military balance between the two countries.

  • Tri-service maritime exercise 'Paschim Lehar' begins

    Around 40 ships, submarines and fighter aircraft participated in 'Paschim Lehar', a tri-service maritime exercise off India's western coast, the Indian Navy said.

  • Indian Def ministry clears mega purchase of weapons for armed forces

    In a major decision, the defence ministry on Monday approved capital acquisition proposals worth Rs 15,935 crore which included purchase of 7.40 lakh assault rifles, 5,719 sniper rifles and light machine guns to bolster the strength of the armed forces.

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ISRO continues to make Indian flag touch greater heights in space!

ISRO continues to make Indian flag touch greater heights in space! Since Aryabhata - India's first satellite launched by a Russian (erstwhile Soviet Union) rocket in 1975, the Indian Space Research Organisation has come a long way by not only designing and launching its own satellites, but also by orbiting those of many other countries.

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