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Isro will allow private sector to set up own launchpad at Sriharikota: K Sivan

IndiaTimes Thursday, 30 July 2020
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ISRO not being privatised: Chief K. Sivan explains govt's recent space reforms [Video]

ISRO not being privatised: Chief K. Sivan explains govt's recent space reforms

ISRO chief K. Sivan cleared the air regarding recent space sector reforms. The Indian Space Research Organisation is not being privatised, Sivan said. On June 24, Union Cabinet approved private sector participation in space projects. A new body called IN-SPACe will help private firms use Indian space infrastructure. Watch the full video for more details.

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