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Aerospace chamber hopes for an extra thrust

India’s space missions will see increased participation from the private sector. Photo courtesy ISRO

Aerospace chamber hopes for an extra thrust

Hari Kumar By Hari Kumar, on April 30, 2024

Kerala firms involved in the aerospace sector are planning to give an extra thrust to the industry and hope that a common platform they have formed wi... (Read More..)

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