Tag Archives: IDSA

China’s Jiaolong Deep Sea Indian Ocean Drill Finds Sulfide, Metal Deposits as Wary India Keeps Watch

With India keeping an eagle’s eye, China successfully completed its first 118 days of deep sea manned subsmersible mining in the Indian Ocean, saying it found large deposits of precious metals besides discovering different hydrothermal areas. China’s mission named ‘Jiaolong’ discovered new hydrothermal deep-sea fissures which emit hot water and its findings could lead to further research into resources of ...

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ISRO Sets Eyes on Space Laws, Debris Clearance

Indian space agency ISRO is concerned about the space dbris that might pose a serious challenge unless regulatory measures are chalked out by international playsers, said its chief at a seminar in IDSA in New delhi. Raising concerns over the safety and security of Indian space assets, ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan said that there are thousands of expired communication satellites ...

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Sensationalism is Media’s Weakness, says Javadekar

Falling prey to sensationalism is the biggest weakness of media, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said Tuesday. "Media’s biggest strength is that it can shape public opinion and biggest weakness is that it falls prey to sensationalism," Javadekar said Tuesday. In a recorded message for the inaugural session of the 8th South Asia Dialogue on ‘The Role of Media ...

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