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Historic moment, says PM Modi on launch of South Asian Satellite

Hailing the scientists of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for ensuring the successful launch, he said the satellite will greatly benefit South Asia and the region's progress.

Published on 5th May 2017

Countdown: ISRO to launch South Asia Satellite today

The GSLV F-09 carrying the communication and broadcasting satellite will take off from the second launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota at 4.57 pm.

Published on 5th May 2017

South Asia Satellite: All you need to know

India is next week gifting this heavenly messenger to its neighbours who could be helped in better utilising space based technologies.

Published on 30th April 2017

After ISRO's world record launch of 104 satellites, next target SAARC satellite in March

Space agency ISRO is planning to launch two satellites, including the one meant for the benefit of SAARC nations, in March and April this year.

Published on 15th February 2017

Hitting a wall in SAARC, India looks towards BIMSTEC

The lassitude of SAARC has been booster for another regional grouping BIMSTEC, that has finally taken off after two decades.

Published on 11th February 2017

Pakistan, Sri Lanka urge end to SAARC stalemate

The speakers at the discussion on "Saarc: Its impediments and way forward" called for workable solutions to longstanding issues such as the conflict between Pakistan and India on Kashmir.

Published on 9th February 2017

SAARC meeting begins in Kathmandu

One diplomat participating in the meeting said that officials from both India and Pakistan were very positive, accommodative and flexible on the first day of the meeting.

Published on 1st February 2017

SAARC officials to meet in Nepal amid Indo-Pak tension

Matter relating to rescheduling the next SAARC summit will also come up during the meeting, to be attended by joint secretaries of the countries.

Published on 30th January 2017

Pakistan hopes to host SAARC soon, accuses India to impede process

Aziz said that due to several impediments and challenges, SAARC has been unable to fulfill the vision that was laid out for it by its founding members.

Published on 28th January 2017

India impeded SAARC process: Sartaj Aziz

Aziz said that due to several impediments and challenges, SAARC has been unable to fulfill the vision that was laid out for it by its founding members.

Published on 27th January 2017
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Saarc-level panel to mitigate climate change fallout on fisheries

India was represented by a three-member team headed by Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) director A Gopalakrishnan.

Published on 29th December 2016

On its 31st anniversary, is SAARC still relevant?

The SAARC Summit scheduled to be held in Islamabad has been put in abeyance indefinitely following its boycott by member countries over the issue of cross-border terrorism.

Published on 8th December 2016

Heart of Asia to corner Pakistan on terror issue

Afghanistan and India will also be pushing for adoption of the Counter-Terrorism Framework that will have some 'binding' clauses.

Published on 30th November 2016

Pakistan's damaging approach to SAARC making BIMSTEC prominent: India

The Foreign Secretary was referring to Pakistan’s intransigent position on issues like regional connectivity that has made it a sort of a spoilsport in the regional bloc.

Published on 21st November 2016

Trade link with SAARC stressed

Govt should focus on expanding connectivity with SAARC nations and economic partnership with Southeast Asian countries: G Parthasarathy

Published on 18th November 2016

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