- IAF announces Rs 5 lakh reward for information on missing Aircraft AN-32
The Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced a reward of Rs 5 lakh for giving any information on the missing aircraft AN-32. The announcement was made by Air Marshal RD Mathur, AOC-in-C, Eastern Air Command.Missing IAF AN-32 Aircraft: ISRO satellites, Navy craft join search operation
Indian Navy’s Long Range Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft P8i and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) satellites have been deployed to find the missing Indian Air Force (IAF) AN-32 aircraft that had 13 passengers on board.All 'Mission Shakti' debris to decay in 45 days from March 27: DRDO chief
On March 27, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that India has successfully tested an A-Sat missile under 'Mission Shakti'; and India has now entered the elite group nations to possess the capability to hit a target in space.NASA's 'terrible' review on ASAT gets no response from India
NASA has warned that anti-satellite weapon test has created 400 space debris which could collide with International Space Station (ISS), anytime. But, the India government refused to comment on the US space agency's assessment report. When media contact the spokesperson of Ministry of Defence, there was no response received.Pakistan on India's ASAT: Mission Shakti threatens peaceful space activities
The political war has gone beyond the mighty Earth. After NASA slams India's mission shakti, Pakistan is taking full advantage of the situation. The neighbouring country is expressing deep concern over India’s ASAT test which was conducted successfully last month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 27 had announced that India had demonstrated anti-satellite missile capability by shooting down a live satellite.NASA rejects 'mission shakti', space debris raised risk for ISS
ISRO scientists are hit by tough allegations as NASA claims that the waste from anti-satellite (ASAT) missile test has increased 44 percent collision risk to the International Space Station (ISS), thereby condemning the 'mission shakti'.DRDO official rejects NASA's claims, says 'A-SAT debris will disappear in 45 days'
Nasa on Tuesday raised concerns over the debris formed due to India's destruction of one of its own satellites; the agency called it a 'terrible thing' as over 400 pieces of orbital debris have been created and are dangerous for the astronauts in the International Space Station.ISRO's EMISAT spy satellite: From head to toe, all you need to know
ISRO spy satellite, EMISAT will intercept signals not only on the ground and at high-resolution from space but also for the Indian NavyWhat is ISRO's EMISAT? Why is the mission so special?
India's space agency ISRO has launched its electronic intelligence satellite EMISAT from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh today. Along with the master satellite, 28 nano satellites have been lifted off and with this the country claims to have located a new surveillance satellite in the space.ISRO scientist says India's 'Mission Shakti' is a complete waste: Here's his explanation
While the Election Commission has given clean chit to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mission Shakti, former ISRO engineers explains why the mission is a complete waste. India successfully conducted its first anti-satellite missile test and there was no violation in the model code of conduct, says source close to EC.Top Stories