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India aims for manned Space Mission

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India is aiming to send a manned mission into the space after the success of its first unmanned mission to the moon, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairmain G. Madhavan Nair said on Sunday.
“The (manned) moon mission is a tough task and to achieve that our first task is to send an Indian astronaut on a manned mission to space, who will orbit the earth and return. For this, the sanction of the government has to come. We plan to achieve this by 2015,” Nair said at a reception accorded to him during his first visit to his home town since the successful launch of the Chandrayaan-1.

“The next moon mission by the US and China is fixed for 2020 and our target is that we also should be ready by then,” Nair added.”To achieve that, the space mission would provide the necessary boost. Another thing that is being planned is Aditya, a mission to study the solar system from the earth’s orbit,” said Nair.

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Airman’s wife raped at Army Hospital near Chandigarh

An airman’s wife was raped at the Command Hospital Chandimandir Cantonment of Army’s Western Command near Chandigarh on Friday.

A case was registered on Saturday.
Panchkula Suprintendent of Police Sandeep Khirwar confirmed that a criminal case has been registered.
“Criminal case under Sections 376, 506, 294, 354 of IPC has been registered against the accused. She has been medically examined. But no one has been named so far. Army has given positive response and helped with investigation,” Sandeep Khirwar said.”Preliminary tests have been done and the tests by forensic labs are still to come in,” he added.The victim, who had gone for physiotherapy, was allegedly dragged to an empty room near the Neurological Ward and raped by the duo.The lady reportedly told police that a third person was filming the entire incident. After raping the woman, all the three threatened her and asked her not to disclose the incident else they would circulate the video clip.Police sources, however, say that they have not arrested the accused as all are from the armed forced and police will have to liaison with the defence authorities.Army officials have extended support to the police saying they will cooperate in the investigations.The medical examination of the victim has been done and the report is awaited.

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Thai Parliament postpones meeting amid protests

hailand’s Parliament has postponed a joint session of Parliament as thousands of anti-government protesters surrounded the building in a bid to unseat the administration. Meanwhile, two small blasts went off near the office of protest leader.

Samart Kaewmeechai, the deputy house speaker, said the Monday meeting was cancelled because members of Parliament could not access the building.

Thousands of protesters from the People’s Alliance for Democracy marched to Parliament at sunrise in a rally billed as their final bid to oust the government. Protesters have been camped at the prime minister’s office compound for three months.

Protesters blocked the gates to Parliament and tried to prevent lawmakers from entering and cut electrical wires outside the building to create a blackout ahead of the session scheduled for 9:30 a.m. (0230 GMT). Many demonstrators carried masks and swimming goggles to protect against tear gas, which police have said they would use as a last resort to maintain order.

The demonstrators initially called the protest to blon Sricarak. “We have been attacked, our friends have died, and all because they want to protect Thaksin.”

Two small explosions went off before dawn Monday near the offices of a key protest leader, said police Sgt. Theerapong Rakjit. Nobody was injured and no one claimed responsibility for the blasts.

The last time the group marched on Parliament, police efforts to disperse them resulted in running street battles. Two people were killed in the Oct. 7 violence and hundreds injured.

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