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India is taking on the goliaths in the $121 billion global space launch services market.
And, you thought your selfie game was strong.
Besides SCATSAT-1, the 44.4 metre tall ISRO's workhorse PSLV rocket is carrying two Indian university satellites.
ISRO Chairman A S Kiran Kumar today said the Indian space agency is planning to launch the first SAARC satellite by the end of next year. Kumar said that there was a one-day meeting with SAARC nations...