fbpx

The ‘Rocket Man’ Of India To Receive Prestigious Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Award

Must Read

PM launches Auction process of Coal blocks for Commercial mining

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched the auction process of 41 coal blocks for commercial mining through...

The Unorganized Million Dollar Glitch in Casting Industry

A new series of controversies came to life with the release of Paatal Lok. With ten casting directors...

State Governments, Migrants and a Fight for Home

Over 3.62 lakh migrant workers returned to their home towns in Rajasthan from states such as Gujarat, Madhya...

Atmanirbhar enough?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his latest address to the nation talked about becoming ‘aatmnirbhar’ providing social media and...

How to self Publish a book

There are readers who have turned into writers during the lockdown. Writing a...

Corona Update

India
721,310
Total confirmed cases
Updated on July 7, 2020 2:21 pm

The Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman popularly known as the ‘Rocket Man’ of India, Kailasavadivoo Sivan who has played the lead role in the successful launch of Chandrayaan 2 mission will be receiving the award of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam in Tamil Nadu.

The award includes an 8gm gold medal with the addition of rupees five lakh in cash. Sivan due to some excuse wasn’t able to receive the award but he will receive the same at a much later date from Chief Minister K Palaniswami.

He will be receiving this award for promoting science and technology along with his leadership skills that led to the “historical achievement of most successful GSLV flight with the indigenous cryogenic stage.” The success of this mission will make India the fourth country after Russia, the US and China to pull off a soft landing on the moon.

ISRO has also announced its launch for its own space station in the coming decade, in an extension of the Gaganyaan program. “We have to sustain the Gaganyaan program after the launch of the human space mission. In this context, India is planning to have its own space station,” he said.

“Since its launch on July 22 all systems onboard Chandrayaan- 2 spacecraft are performing normal,” says ISRO

Facebook Comments

To get more such updates delivered first to you, like our Facebook Page. Also dont forget to follow us onTwitter, Instagram and Google News. To send guest post or press release, mail us at editor.newbuzzindia@gmail.com

Connect on Social Media

37,509FansLike
1,189FollowersFollow
11,454FollowersFollow
765FollowersFollow
15SubscribersSubscribe

Editor's Pick

The ‘Corona stay’ is equally in the Hands of government as ours

Article by: Sanjeet Nigodia While coming down to the end of 3rdphase of Coronavirus...

Trending News

The ‘Corona stay’ is equally in the Hands of government as ours

Article by: Sanjeet Nigodia While coming down to the end of 3rdphase of Coronavirus induced national lockdown in the...

Pseudo-feminism is Real

Spiderman: Homecoming star, Zendaya quoted, “A feminist is a person who believes in the power of women just as much as they believe in...

Vizag: Another Bhopal?

Vizag saw a gas leak on morning of May7, 2020 at LG Polymers Industry. 11 people have died and...

Astronauts Make First Cement Concrete On The Moon For Human Habitat

 Astronauts of the International Space Station, have started making concrete in space for the humans to settle down on the Moon and...
Facebook Comments
Skip to toolbar