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Mapping the history of Kalapani dispute between India and Nepal
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New base map for Maltese islands launched
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Airbus supplies EU with satellite communications
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Britain’s £5 billion rival to EU’s Galileo satellite project faces scrap
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India Witnesses Significant Drop in Pollution Levels Due to Lockdown, Reveals Satellite Data
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July 24th, 2017
PSLV Best Choice in Global Market for Launching Small Satellites: Isro Chairman

Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) chairman AS Kiran Kumar says the space body is working on new technologies and space programmes, especially for interplanetary missions. In an exclusive interview to TOI, Padma Shri awardee Kiran Kumar explains reasons as to why India, despite having so many remote-sensing satellites in orbit, is still taking help from NASA to keep an eye on the Doklam plateau, the site of the ongoing stand-off with China.  Read More at Economics Times