NEW DELHI: PM Modi took to the twitter in order to comment on the successful launching of its 100th satellite today, holding that signified the bright future of Indian space program.
Scoring the much awaited century, India is now hopeful of projecting itself as a service provider in space and winning a considerable share in the $300b global pie of satellite launching industry.
Pakistan pointing towards its civil as well as military nature raised objections saying that satellite could have a negative impact on the regional strategic stability.
Addressing a media briefing prior to the launch, spokesman of Pk Ministry of Foreign Affairs held: “According to media reports, India is set to launch 31 satellites including the earth observation spacecraft Cartosat, on 12th January 2018.
“All space technologies, including earth observation satellites, are inherently dual use and can be employed for both civilian and military purposes…
“All states have a legitimate right to pursue peaceful uses of space technologies. However, given the dual-use nature of such technologies, it is essential that such pursuits are not directed towards a build-up of destabilizing military capabilities, which can negatively impact the regional strategic stability”.
Man Behind the Gun: Dr. K. Sivan, son of a humble farmer, who launched over a hundred satellites!
Son of a humble farmer, K. Sivan was the first graduate in his family. Presently he is the Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Center in Trivandrum and it was his expertise that enabled Indian Space Agency launch 104 satellites.
It is pertinent to mention here that the Indian micro-satellite will allow capturing of images at night and will also provide high resolution scene specific spot imageries.
15th day of January, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is getting more and more popular
WASHINGTON: According to latest statistics the birthday of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is getting more and more popular day by day.
Netanyahu visits India with the largest business delegation ever to accompany an Israeli PM!
NEW DELHI: Fifteen years after Ariel Sharon’s visit to India in 2003, Benjamin Netanyahu arrived here for a six-day tour today with the largest trade delegation ever to accompany an Israeli Prime Minister on a foreign trip.
Modi, who broke protocol to receive the Israeli PM and his wife Sara, took to the tweeter to welcome his counterpart terming him as his friend:
Earlier, while leaving Israel for India Netanyahu promised to sign very many agreements and held: “We are strengthening ties between Israel and this important global power. This serves our security, economic, trade and tourism interests, as well as many other areas. This is a great blessing for the State of Israel”.
Did Trump pay hush money to an adult film star to prevent her from talking during polls?
WASHINGTON: A section of press has reported that Trump had, by means of a lawyer, paid $130,000 to an adult star to stop her from talking during the election apropos an alleged consensual relationship the duo had back in 2006.
Negating the allegation, the star said: “I am stating with complete clarity that this is absolutely false. My involvement with Donald Trump was limited to a few public appearances and nothing more…
“Rumors that I have received hush money from Donald Trump completely false. If indeed I did have a relationship with Donald Trump… you would be reading about it in my book”.