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Gaganyaan’s first images, which will launch humans into space in 2024

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Space exploration has always been a captivating endeavor, and for many nations, sending humans into space is the ultimate achievement. India, known for its ambitious space programs, is gearing up for a historic mission in 2024. The Gaganyaan mission will mark India’s entry into the elite group of countries capable of launching humans into space. In this blog, we will explore the excitement surrounding Gaganyaan’s first images and the significance of this mission for India and the world.

The Vision of Gaganyaan

Gaganyaan is India’s ambitious project aimed at launching Indian astronauts into low Earth orbit. The mission is not only a demonstration of technological prowess but also a testament to India’s commitment to space exploration. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has been diligently working on Gaganyaan, striving to make it a reality by 2024.

The First Images

As the Gaganyaan project advances, the release of its first images is eagerly anticipated by space enthusiasts and the global community. These images will provide a glimpse into the spacecraft, the training of astronauts, and the preparations for this historic mission. The images will serve as a visual representation of India’s progress in its journey to become a spacefaring nation.

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The Significance of Gaganyaan

National Pride: Gaganyaan is a matter of great national pride for India. It reflects the country’s ability to develop advanced technology and its determination to play a prominent role in the global space community.

Scientific Advancement: The mission involves cutting-edge technology and scientific expertise. It will pave the way for future space exploration missions and enhance India’s space capabilities.

International Collaboration: India’s foray into human spaceflight opens the door for potential collaborations with other spacefaring nations. International cooperation in space exploration can yield scientific, technological, and diplomatic benefits.

Inspiration for Future Generations: Gaganyaan serves as an inspiration for young Indians to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). It demonstrates that with hard work and dedication, even the sky is not the limit.

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Challenges and Preparation

The road to Gaganyaan has not been without its challenges. The mission involves rigorous astronaut training, ensuring the safety and success of the mission. The spacecraft must meet stringent safety standards to protect astronauts from the harsh conditions of space. Additionally, Gaganyaan’s success depends on precise planning and execution.

ISRO has been actively collaborating with international space agencies, including NASA and Russia’s Roscosmos, to gain expertise and support for this mission. This collaboration is a testament to the spirit of cooperation in space exploration.

Gaganyaan’s first images, expected to be unveiled in the near future, will mark a significant milestone in India’s journey to launch humans into space. This mission embodies the nation’s aspirations, technological prowess, and dedication to space exploration. As we look forward to the historic launch in 2024, we can’t help but feel the excitement and pride that Gaganyaan brings not only to India but to the entire world. This mission serves as a reminder that the human quest for knowledge and exploration knows no bounds, and it continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of space.

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In Bhubaneswar, PM Narendra Modi conducted a roadshow prior to today’s swearing-in event for Odisha.

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At the swearing-in ceremony of Mohan Charan Majhi, the first chief minister of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Odisha, on Wednesday evening, June 12, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and JP Nadda, national president of the party, will be present. After attending the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chairman Chandrababu Naidu’s swearing-in ceremony earlier in the day, where he took the oath of office as Andhra Pradesh’s chief minister for a fourth term, they will land in Bhubaneshwar.

Around 11:27 a.m., the TDP leader took the oath close to Medha IT Park, which is located in Kesarapalli, on the outskirts of Vijayawada, across from Gannavaram Airport.

Majhi will be sworn in at approximately five o’clock in the evening, according to Odisha BJP president Manmohan Samal.

What is the schedule for today, PM Narendra Modi?
According to his preliminary schedule, PM Narendra Modi was expected to be at the Andhra Pradesh location around 10:55 am for the swearing-in event. He was there from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. for the event.

He will head back to the airport and leave for Bhubaneswar at approximately 12:45 p.m. following the event.

According to sources, Modi is scheduled to arrive in Bhubaneswar around 2:30 pm and proceed from the airport to the Raj Bhavan.

Before the oath-taking event, the PM is reportedly planning a large-scale roadshow from Jayadev Vihar in Bhubaneshwar to Janata Maidan. A BJP delegation is scheduled to inspect the city’s arrangements prior to Modi’s tour, according to an Odisha TV report.

At 5 p.m., Modi will then go to Janata Maidan for the oath-taking ceremony.

Assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha: BJP and its allies
With 164 seats in the assembly, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), which is composed of the TDP, BJP, and Janasena, has a commanding majority in Andhra Pradesh. The TDP secured a majority of 135 seats in the 175-member Andhra Pradesh assembly, while the Janasena Party secured 21 seats and the BJP secured eight. Just 11 constituencies were won by the opposition YSR Congress Party.

The coalition won 21 of the state’s 25 parliamentary seats in the concurrent Lok Sabha elections.

The BJP is poised to create a government in Odisha after gaining 78 of the 147 seats in the Legislative Assembly, surpassing the majority threshold of 74 seats. Moreover, it secured 20 out of 21 Lok Sabha seats.

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As Andhra Pradesh minister, Pawan Kalyan takes the oath of office. Who is the Janasena chief?

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Actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan took his oath of office as a cabinet member in Andhra Pradesh, with Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leader Chandrababu Naidu assuming the role of chief minister.

On Tuesday, Kalyan—who spearheaded the Janasena Party and fought with members of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections—was chosen as the party’s leader in the Legislative Assembly.

In the Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections, TDP, Janasena Party, and Bharatiya Janata Party—as members of the NDA—achieved a stunning victory, obtaining 164 out of 175 seats. There were 135 seats won by TDP, 21 by Janasena Party, and 8 by BJP.

Kalyan is expected to become Andhra Pradesh’s deputy chief minister, according to sources. Kalyan was chosen from the East Godavari district’s Pithapuram assembly constituency in the just ended assembly elections. In the Andhra Pradesh elections, the Janasena Party won every assembly seat it ran for as well as both Lok Sabha seats.

Pawan Kalyan is who?
Actor Kalyan is well-liked in the Telugu cinema industry. He’s K Chiranjeevi’s younger brother. In 1996, he made his acting debut in the film “Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi”. His movies “Tholi Prema,” “Gabbar Singh,” and “Attarintiki Daredi” are a few of note. His performance in “Gabbar Singh” earned him the Telugu Filmfare Award for Best Actor.

He started the Janasena Party in 2014. In 2001, he was also appointed as a Pepsi brand ambassador, being the first person from South India to do so.

Kalyan’s past in politics
Three years after his brother Chiranjeevi combined his party with the Congress, Kalyan founded the Janasena Party in 2014. The Kapu community was upset since they had thought that Chiranjeevi’s fame would help them rise to power. Later, after his party lost popularity, Chiranjeevi announced his retirement from politics.

Nor did Kalyan inspire much enthusiasm in the neighborhood. Since his party was in its infancy and lacked structure, he decided not to run in the 2014 elections. Rather, he backed the TDP-BJP coalition, which emerged victorious in the state poll.

While the YSRCP grew to be a significant political force over the next five years, Kalyan neglected to fortify his party.

Only a few weeks before the 2019 assembly elections, Kalyan started to take action. He began attacking the TDP and the Modi administration for not keeping its word to give Andhra Pradesh special category status, among other things.

He forged partnerships with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Communist parties for the 2019 elections. Ultimately, nevertheless, Jagan Mohan Reddy’s party secured 151 of the 175 assembly seats, giving them a commanding majority. Only 5% of the votes were cast for the Janasena Party, and its lone MLA subsequently joined the YSRCP.

Kalyan terminated his collaboration with the Left parties and BSP shortly afterward. Rather, he joined forces with the BJP, which had lost its clout in state politics.

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Kalyan teamed up with the TDP prior to the 2024 elections after noticing that they were becoming more popular in order to fortify his own party. In order to gain the backing of the Kapus, Chandrababu Naidu also sided with Pawan Kalyan. But Kalyan knew that the Kapus would be disappointed if they joined the TDP and accepted only 21 assembly seats and two Lok Sabha seats in their deal.

Kalyan’s party managed to get a place in Naidu’s cabinet as a result of his acumen and tenacity.

PM Modi gave Kalyan praise.
Speaking to ally members at the NDA meeting on June 7 at the Central Hall of the Old Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi commended Kalyan on his party’s results in the Assembly elections.

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Reasi terror attack: a family of four is killed in J&K, including a 2-year-old boy

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The terror assault in Reasi on Sunday claimed the lives of nine people. Among these, a family comprising a two-year-old boy perished after the bus plunged into a ravine as a result of terrorist firing. Among the nine dead are two cousins from Balrampur in Uttar Pradesh.

Following the flurry of gunfire, the 53-seater bus, traveling from the Shiv Khori temple to Katra, went off the road and plunged into a steep gorge close to Teryath hamlet in the Poni district.

Among the deceased were Pooja Saini (30), her two-year-old son Levansh, also known as Titu, and their relative Rajendra Saini (42), a cloth merchant from Jaipur, and his wife Mamta (40).

The father of 30-year-old Pooja, Om Prakash Saini, stated to The Indian Express that Rajendra and Mamata’s children had not been told of their parents’ passing.

In the Jaipur district, Rajendra Saini lived in Chomu town with his wife Mamta. Pooja lived on Chomu Road in the Harmada neighborhood of Ajmera ki Dhani.

On June 7, the whole family—including Pooja’s husband Pavan—left for Vaishno Devi in Jaipur. According to her father’s statement on the website, around 9:15 p.m. on Sunday, a relative alerted him that terrorists had attacked the bus they were riding in. After suffering an injury, Pawan has been released.

Four people’s bodies arrived in Jaipur via train on Tuesday, according to authorities. The police claim that the deceased’s family members and relatives transported the bodies to Harmada and Chomu after they arrived in Pink City on the Pooja Express.

According to the PTI report, Ruby and her maternal cousin Anurag Verma were identified as the two deceased from Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh.

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Ruby was working as a teacher in a private school and pursuing her diploma, according to an IE report. She and her cousin Anurag were among the thirteen people from Balrampur who had traveled to Katra to pray at the shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi. They were accompanied by her older sister Maina Verma and mother Vimla Devi, who both suffered injuries.

According to Balrampur District Magistrate Arvind Singh, twelve district devotees visited the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine in Jammu.

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