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India's Chadrayaan-3 set for Moon touchdown today

The nation will pray together on Wednesday as the country's third lunar mission Chandrayaan-3 is expected to land on the surface of the Moon later in the evening.

India introduces Green Hydrogen Standard; sets avg emission limit of 2 kg CO2 per kg of H2 produced

New Delhi: The government has notified the Green Hydrogen Standard for India, outlining the emission thresholds that must be met in order for hydrogen produced to be classified as ‘Green’.

Chandrayaan-3 successfully completes final orbital manoeuvre; to land on Moon next

Bengaluru: Chandrayaan-3 successfully completed its final de-boosting operation in the early hours of Sunday, as scientists closely monitored the critical phase ahead of its landing on the lunar surface two days later on Wednesday.

Chandrayaan-3 ready to touch lunar surface as propulsion module successfully separates from lander

Bengaluru: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has achieved a notable milestone in its Chandrayaan-3 mission by successfully detaching the spacecraft's propulsion module from the lander.

'This is Chandrayaan-3. I am feeling lunar gravity': Chandrayaan-3 successfully enters lunar orbit

Bengaluru: India's third moon mission, Chandrayaan-3 successfully entered the lunar orbit on Saturday, the ISRO said.

India’s tiger reserves have helped fight climate change

Enhanced conservation management of tiger reserves in India has helped avoid forest loss, preventing one million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions. This represents $93 million in ecosystem services from the avoided social cost of emissions.  The researchers suggest that biodiversity conservation programmes could generate revenue from carbon credits that could be traded in voluntary carbon markets. Mongabay-India writer Neha Jain reports

Chandrayaan-3 Orbit raised further, moves a step closer to Moon

Chennai/IBNS: India Thursday celebrated International Moon Day-2023 by propelling its third Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3--to explore the hitherto unexplored Lunar south pole--a step closer to the moon by raising its orbit for the fourth time.

Chandrayaan-3's health normal: ISRO updates after successful orbit-raising manoeuvre

New Delhi: Scientists successfully executed the initial orbit-raising manoeuvre of the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft on Saturday, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.

Chandrayaan-3 lift-off recorded from plane window, video now goes viral

Chennai: A historic sight of Chandrayaan-3's launch from the second launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota on Friday was caught on camera by a passenger who was flying on a flight.

Southwest monsoon arrives in Kerala, confirms IMD

New Delhi: The southwest monsoon finally reached Kerala on Thursday, delayed by seven days than its usual date of onset, Indian Meteorological Department said.

Project Cheetah is a new symbol of friendship between India, Namibia: S Jaishankar

India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said the  Project Cheetah has emerged as a “new symbol of friendship between India and Namibia.”

World Environment Day: Slowly but steadily Indian tourist destinations are working to combat the rise in plastic pollution

As the World Environment Day (steered by the United Nations Environment Programme or UNEP), observed across the globe on June 5, enters its 50th year, we are faced with the indomitable challenge of plastic pollution.

As polluted flows India-Bangladesh transboundary river Ichamati, climate warriors talk action

Kolkata/IBNS: Enamoured by its beauty, even Nobel laureate poet Rabindranath Tagore, in a poem, had expressed a desire to turn into the Ichamati River if he ever acquired the magical power to change his form to whatever he wished for.

Tigers burn bright in India under the shadow of human-animal conflict

According to the latest census, 3,167 tigers have been recorded in India. Tiger population in India is close to saturation, note experts, prompting discussions on sustainable development amid rising human-animal conflict.  Mongabay India writer Saurabh Katkurwar reports

ISRO's LVM-M3/OneWeb-India 2 mission launched successfully

Sriharikota(AP)/IBNS/UNI: In a dedicated second commercial launch, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday successfully accomplished the LVM-M3 mission.