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When you’re president of a nation whose mountainous borders are dotted with gunners out to kill you, directions to your house are the last thing you want to send them. Even though Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam spoke more on behalf of developing nations during his complaint to Google Earth, the 2001 terrorist attack on Parliament couldn’t have been far from his mind.
In a story that will make you pick up a copy of the Constitution and kiss the Fourth Amendment, the Hollywood Reporter relays the news that the Motion Picture Association (MPA) received a search and seize warrant that covers the entire city of New Delhi to fight piracy.
Today, Pakistan and India formed a working group led by the oil ministry secretaries of both countries to begin work on a $4 billion natural gas pipeline from India to Iran through Pakistan.
India advanced its space and business future with the successful deployment of the Cartosat-1 satellite. The ton and a half mapping satellite soared over the new Satish Dhawan Space Center in Srihartoka as the 9th successful space mission for the Indian Space Research Organization.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will send another rocket into space on May 5th 2005. At a time when NASA is dominating headlines, Indian pushes their program forward by two satellites into orbit.
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