Why Only MUSLIM TERRORISM ?

why Muslims are spreading terrorism in the world ?

Some of the reasons that i see are :
1.Feeling of insecurity among some muslims that there religion is under threat by the people of other religions.
(actually this is not the case ,there are other religions which are less spread than other religions)

2.Use of religion (Islam) by some of the influential peoples who know kuran and mislesd other innocent people.
(Leaders like Bin Laden,saddam hussain etc with their wealth they force people to do these acts)

3.Muslim nations like pakistan have stong feelings against India as they think that People of India of Muslim religion have very good living standard in comparison to the people of same religion in Pakistan which creat hatered in their heart againt india.
(People in india have better security and fundamental rights nd their per caita income is far better than muslims in pakistan)

4.In Afganistan Bin Laden used his wealth and power to raise a notion against America as he thinks America is the biggest obstacle in his path of making the whole world a muslim world

5.The countries like pakistan,Iraq,afganistan etc. are working togather in making the world a Muslim world.The governence in these countries is either dominated by the military or the other powerfull groups.

6.The Kashmir(as a reason) then why the terrorists killing innocent Indians all across the world.
(Terrorists are just using the name of kashmir ,but the actuall reason might be one of the above points)

AT LAST THE FATHER BROKE

Amir Kasav, a father of three sons and two daughters, said the lone terrorist of mumbai attack is his son Ajmal Amir Iman alias Ajmal Kasab.In an interview he made the admission to the influential Dawn newspaper in the courtyard of his house in Faridkot(PAKISTAN).
Reports had said that Iman left home as a frustrated teenager about four years ago and went to Lahore in search of a job. After a brush with crime in that city, he reportedly joined the LeT.
Though LeT and JuD may disown him, the father of the lone Pakistani gunman arrested for the Mumbai terror attacks has admitted that the young man whose picture was beamed by media across the world, is his son.
Now indias stand as the attack was fully supported by Pakistan has got strengths and proofs and Pakistan is on his knees.
AJMAL’S father a brave pakistani father also told the media that
“I was in denial for the first couple of days, saying to myself it could not have been my son… Now I have accepted it. This is the truth. I have seen the picture in the newspaper. This is my son Ajmal,”

Now,its obvious that this statement must have made pakistan’s difficulties even more worst.
Hope Pakistani PM and President would be also courageous to claim the bodies of 9 other terrorists.

At LAST 3G In INDIA

3G IN INDIA

People in India are looking forward to more information, faster data access and multimedia services through their mobile phones. 3G technology is here to turn this dream into reality. It’s a technology anxiously awaited by telecom operations and subscribers in India.

How long do we have to wait?

Not very long! India is all set to launch 3G mobile telephone services by october 2008 first in four indian metros.

According to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India chairman Nripendra Misra, a total of 32.5 MHz is available for allocation within the next 6-9 months.

Trai has also recommended auctioning 200 MHz for broadband wireless access services like Wimax (worldwide interoperability for microwave access) and has proposed a national frequency management board to oversee spectrum availability and its efficient use.

He hopes that the allocated spectrum would be enough for the next two years and said Trai would recommend freeing up more spectrum for those who lose out in this auction.

So what is 3G spectrum all about?

What is spectrum?

Radio frequency (RF) is a frequency or rate of oscillation within the range of about 3 Hz to 300 GHz. This range corresponds to frequency of alternating current electrical signals used to produce and detect radio waves. Since most of this range is beyond the vibration rate that most mechanical systems can respond to, RF usually refers to oscillations in electrical circuits or electromagnetic radiation.

How is 3G different from 2G and 4G?

While 2G stands for second-generation wireless telephone technology, 1G networks used are analog, 2G networks are digital and 3G (third-generation) technology is used to enhance mobile phone standards.

3G helps to simultaneously transfer both voice data (a telephone call) and non-voice data (such as downloading information, exchanging e-mail, and instant messaging. The highlight of 3G is video telephony. 4G technology stands to be the future standard of wireless devices.

Currently, Japanese company NTT DoCoMo and Samsung are testing 4G communication.

How will 3G services help you?

3G services will enable video broadcast and data-intensive services such as stock transactions, e-learning and telemedicine through wireless communications

All telecom operators are waiting to launch 3G in India to cash in on revenues by providing high-end services to customers, which are voice data and video enabled. India lags behind many Asian countries in introducing 3G services.

What is Trai’s recommendation on 3G pricing?

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has recommended auctioning radio frequencies for 3G telecom services at a reserve price of Rs 1,050 crore (Rs 10.50 billion) to companies seeking to offer nationwide high-speed Internet and streaming video.

The base price for spectrum in cities like Mumbai and Delhi and Category A telecom circles is Rs 120 crore (Rs 1200 million); in cities like Chennai and Kolkata and Category B circles Rs 80 crore (Rs 800 million); and in all other cities Rs 15 crore (Rs 150 million).

What are the frequency bands and quota for CDMA?

Trai has recommended three sets of frequency bands – 450 mhz, 800 mhz and 2.1 ghz. For CDMA players like Reliance [Get Quote] and Tata Teleservices 1.25 MHz each is offered. CDMA operators are free to bid both in the 2.1 GHz and the 450 MHz bands, but they will be allocated spectrum only in one. The pricing of these two bands is linked to the auction in the 2.1 GHz band.

CDMA operators will pay the same as the second-highest GSM bidder. And if there is more than one claimant in the 450 MHz band, the reserve price will be half of that arrived at in the 2.1 GHz band. Another rider is that if the highest bid is a quarter more than the lowest, the lowest bidder has to raise its bid to 75 per cent of the winning bid.

But CDMA operators are likely to face problems. Operating 3G services on 450 MHz is a problem because we they do not have dual-band phones that work both in 450 MHz and in 800 MHz (the band in which CDMA operates in India).

What are the issues regarding 3G for providers and users?

3G has successfully been introduced in Europe. But several issues continue to hamper its growth.

High spectrum licensing fees for the 3G services

Huge capital required to build infrastructure for 3G services.

Health impact of electromagnetic waves.

Prices are very high for 3G mobile services.

Will 2G users switch to 3G services.

Takes time to catch up as the service is new.

What are the issues regarding 3G pricing?

Pricing has been a cause of concern. Spectrum auctions ran into billions of euros in Europe. In Europe, spectrum licensing fees were collected years before the 3G service was developed and it required huge investments to build 3G networks, hitting mobile operators’ margins.

However, in Japan and South Korea, spectrum licensing fees were not applicable as the focus of these countries were national IT infrastructure development.

Which companies have applied for 3G license?

3G spectrum has been provided to GSM players like BSNL, MTNL, Bharti, and Vodafone and some international companies have also shown intrest to carry out an interface check on a non-commercial basis ahead of the start of 3G mobile services.

Trial spectrum has been given for a period of one month. This will be only 1/1000th of the actual 3G spectrum capability. Apart frm PSU majors, spectrum for carrying out 3G trials has been given to all those who have applied under the National Frequency Allocation Plan on the 2.1 GHz band. GSM players operate on 900 MHz and 1,800 MHz, while CDMA players operate on 800 MHz.

What is the pricing issue in India?

While Tatas have welcomed Trai’s Rs 1,400-crore (Rs 14 billion) base price for a nationwide rollout of 3G services, the rest of the players find the price too exorbitant.

Bharti-Airtel is disappointed with the pricing as they were expecting it to be Rs 300-400 crore (Rs 3-4 billion). The reserve price is a disincentive for telecom companies in India. Bharti has appealed to lower the prices specially for rural penetration.

The Cellular Operators Association of India and the Association of Unified Service Providers of India are studying TRAI’s recommendations and have not given their comments.

However, Trai chairman Nripendra Misra has said that there is no reason to worry as players will not bid exorbitantly and derail the auction. Misra said telecom operators had matured from their experiences and global developments, and would bid sincerely.

What about the security in a 3G network?

3G networks offer a greater degree of security than 2G predecessors. By allowing the UE to authenticate the network it is attaching to, the user can be sure the network is the intended one and not an impersonator. 3G networks use the KASUMI block crypto instead of the older A5/1 stream cipher. However, a number of serious weaknesses in the KASUMI cipher have been identified.

In addition to the 3G network infrastructure security, end to end security is offered when application frameworks such as IMS are accessed, although this is not strictly a 3G property.

Where was 3G spectrum first introduced?

Japan was the first country to introduce 3G on a large commercial scale. In 2005, about 40 per cent of subscribers used only 3G networks. It is expected that during 2006 the subscribers would move from 2G to 3G and upgrade to the next 3.5 G level.

The success of 3G in Japan also shows that video telephony was the killer application for 3G networks. Downloading music was the biggest draw in 3G services.

In how many countries does 3G exist?

There are about 60 3G networks across 25 countries . In Asia, Europe and the USA, telecom firms use WCDMA technology. The WCDMA standard provides seamless global evolution from today’s GSM with support of the worlds’ largest mobile operators.

WCDMA technology is built on open standards, wide ranging mobile multimedia possibility, and vast potential economies of scale with the support of around 100 terminal designs to operate 3G mobile networks.

3G services were introduced in Europe in 2003.
What speed we can expect?

It is often suggested by industry sources that 3G can be expected to provide 384 kbit/s at or below pedestrian speeds, but only 128 kbit/s in a moving car.

HAPPY NEW YEAR SMS FOR SPECIAL ONES

1.New Year is the time to unfold new horizons & realize new dreams, to rediscover the strength & faith within u, to rejoice in simple pleasures & gear up 4 a new challenges. Wishin u a truly fulfilling 2009

2.May this New Year bring many opportunities your way, to explore every joy of life and may your resolutions for the days ahead stay firm, turning all your dreams into reality and all your efforts into great achievements.

3.Ye BADAL

Ye BIJLI

Sirf Aap K Liye,

Ye HAWA

Ye MAUSAM

Sirf Ap K Liye,

8 Mahine Nahaye Nahi,

Ab 4 Mahine Ki Ye BAARISH…

Sirf Aap K Liye!
HAPPY RAINY NEW YEAR

4.When the mid-nite bell rings tonight…
Let it signify new and better things for you,
let it signify a realisation of all things you wish for,
Let it signify a year of courage and believes,
Wishing you a very…very…very prosperious 2009

5.When the mid-nite bell rings tonight…
Let it signify new and better things for you,
let it signify a realisation of all things you wish for,
Let it signify a year of courage and believes,
Wishing you a very…very…very prosperious 2009

6.Before 2008 ends,
let me Thanxall the good people like U
who made ‘2008′ beautiful 4 me.
i pray u blssed with faithful years ahed!
Coming NewYear
Welcom 2009

7.Guzer Gaya Jo Saal,Bhul Jayye,
Es Naya Saal Ko Gale Lagayye,
Karte Hai Duwa Hum Rab Se Sar Jukake
Es Saal Ka Sare Sapne Pura Ho Aapke.
*NAYA SAAL MUBARAK*

8.Beet gaya jo saal,Bhul jayye,
Es Nayai Saal ko Gale lagayye,
Karte hain duwa hum Rab se sar jhuka kay…
Es Saal ka Sare Sapne pura ho Aap kay.
*NAYA SAAL MUBARAK*

9.Oh my Dear, Forget ur Fear,
Let all ur Dreams be Clear,
Never put Tear, Please Hear,
I want to tell one thing in ur Ear
Wishing u a very “Happy NEW YEAR“!

10.Good time Bad time
Day time Night time
Off time Work time
Happy time Sad time
Naye saal main kisi bhi time
Apun ka sms aa sakta hai..!
Bole to happy new year mamu

11.I am sorry.
Ek buri khabar hai

Mujey bhool jana plz.
Mujhe kuch dinon baad tumhey,
Hamesha k liye chod kar
Chale jana hey tumhara apna

-2008-

12.*Happy new year*


Soch rahe ho ki aaj kyon ?


Ab tum DON ko sikhao ge k kab wish karna hai,
Don jab bhi chahata hai tab wish karta hai,


Happy New Year once again!

13.12Months happiness, 52 weeks fun,
365 Days laughter, 8760 hrs good luck,
525600 Minutes joy, 31536000 seconds success,
So wishing u a (*)Happy New Year(*)

14.Wishing you a fabulous 2008
with full of great achievements and experiences.
A meaningful chapter waiting
to be written HAPPY NEW YEAR!

15.Say goodbye to year 2008 and welcome a brand new year 2009, send happy new year sms / text messages to your friends, family and loved ones.

Don’t forget to rate messages as per your choice.

16.Years come n go, but this year I specially wish 4 u a double
dose of health n happiness topped with loads of good fortune.
Have a gr8 year ahead! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

17.New is the year, new are the hopes and the aspirations, new is the resolution, new are the spirits and forever my warm wishes are for u.Have a promising and fulfilling new year.

18.Naye saal aaye banke ujale,
Naye saal aaye banke ujale,
Khul jaye aap ki kismat ka tale,
Hamesha aap pe rahe meherban Oparwale,
Chand tare bhi aap pe hi rosni dale.
Happy New year

19.Fresh Air….
Fresh Idea….
Fresh Talent….
Fresh Energy….
I wish U to have a …..
Sweetest Sunday,
Marvellous Monday,
Tasty Tuesday,
Wonderful Wednesday,
Thankful Thursday,
Friendly Friday,
Successful Saturday.
Have a great Year. HAPPY NEW YEAR

20.Like birds, let us, leave behind what we don’t need to carry…
GRUDGES SADNESS PAIN FEAR and REGRETS.
Life is beautiful,Enjoy it. HAPPY NEW YEAR

21.Is new year mai, Lumha Bher ki jo rafakat mil jae muj ko, Mai apne Subah sham tere naam ker dun, Ager tu mil jae Buz-me-History mai, Mai apni zindgi ki haseen shaam tere naam ker dun.Happy New Year

INDO US NUCLEAR DEAL ADVANTAGE DISADVANTAGE

There are lot of talks about 1 2 3 Agreement between India & USA and it almost led to the topple of Central Government.Indo-US civilian nuclear agreement is the name commonly attributed to a bilateral agreement on nuclear cooperation between the United States of America and the Republic of India. The framework for this agreement was a Joint Statement by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and U.S. President George Bush, under which India agreed to separate its civil and military nuclear facilities and place its civil facilities under IAEA safeguards and, in exchange, the United States agreed to work toward full civil nucleear cooperation with India.Reason for taking Nuclear deal Signatories to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) are granted access to civilian nuclear technology from each other as well as nuclear fuel via the Nuclear Suppliers Group in exchange for International Atomic Energy Agency-verified compliance of the NPT tenets. India, Israel, and Pakistan, however, have not signed the NPT, arguing that instead of addressing the central objective of universal and comprehensive non-proliferation, the treaty creates a club of “nuclear haves” and a larger group of “nuclear have-nots” by restricting the legal possession of nuclear weapons to those states that tested them before 1967, who alone are free to possess and multiply their nuclear stockpiles.India insists on a comprehensive action plan for a nuclear-free world within a specific time-frame and has also adopted a voluntary “no first use policy”.
In response to a growing Chinese nuclear arsenal, India conducted a nuclear test in 1974 (called “peaceful nuclear explosion” and explicitly not for “offensive” first strike military purposes but which could be used as a “peaceful deterrence”). Led by the US, other nations set up an informal group, the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), to control exports of nuclear materials, equipment and technology. As a result, India was relegated to a pariah status within the international nuclear order. India conducted 5 more nuclear tests in May, 1998 at Pokhran.What is 123 Agreement?This is called 123 Agreement because this comes under USA’s Atomic Power Act Section 123.Let’s see how India’s (Indians?) Sovereinty & Independence are pledged…(1) After this Agreement USA will supply all fuel, machinery / equipment & technology to India for producing Nuclear Power.(2) All these days from about 22 Nuclear Power Plants, India is producing power as well as Atom. It’s a high security / secret that from where which is produced, how much is produced, where it is supplied, what research is being done with that, etc. to anybody. But if we sign this Agreement, we have to disclose these secrets and also agree to 14 of our Nuclear Power Plants to be under the scanner of International Atomic Power Organisation.
(3) The fuel utilised to produce Atomic Power can be recycled for reuseand this plant will be under direct supervision of IAPO.If India does nuclear test, this agreement gets cancelled. But(1) USA will take back all the machinery / equipments / technology supplied to India thus far.

(2) Those 14 plants will continue to be under scanner irrespective of the status of the agreement.On the other hand, if any of the commitments given by USA is breached by them, then there is no clause for cancelling this agreement.

Why this aggrement is facing opposition in india?Although many mainstream political parties including the Indian National Congress support the deal along with regional parties like Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Rashtriya Janata Dal its realisation has run into difficulties in the face of stiff political opposition in India. Also, in November 2007, former Indian Military chiefs, bureaucrats and scientists drafted a letter to Members of Parliament expressing their support for the deal. However, opposition and criticism continued at political levels. The Samajwadi Party (SP) which was with the Left Front in opposing the deal changed its stand after discussing with ex-president of India and nuclear scientist Dr A P J Abdul Kalam. Now SP is in support of the government and the deal. Indian Government survived a vote of confidence by 275-256 after communists withdrew their support to the government over this dispute.Bharatiya Janata PartyThe main opposition party BJP which laid the groundwork for the deal criticized the deal saying that the deal in its present form was unacceptable to BJP and wanted the deal renegotiated. The BJP the current main opposition party in the Indian parliament has asked the government not to accept the deal without a vote in the parliament. However, the government remained steadfast on its commitment to the deal and has refused to back down on the agreement, leading to the possibility of mid-term elections in India. 81 year old veteran BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani, in a statement to the Indian Express newspaper, seemed to indicate willingness to support the government provided some legislative measures.However his party refused to follow that line and stuck to its earlier stand.

Left FrontThe primary opposition to the Nuclear deal in India, however, comes from the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and its parliamentary allies (CPI, RSP, AIFB) November 17 the left parties had provisionally agreed to let the government initiate talks with the IAEA for India specific safeguards which indicated that they may support.The CPI(M), an external parliamentary supporter of government as it stipulates conditions that in some areas are more severe than the clauses in either the NPT or the CTBT. The left front formally removed the support to UPA-led government on July 8.OthersIn 2006, some Indian ex-nuclear scientists had written an appeal to Indian Members of Parliament to ensure that “decisions taken today do not inhibit India’s future ability to develop and pursue nuclear technologies for the benefit of the nation”. United Nationalist Progressive Alliance (UNPA)The UNPA was divided over support of the nuclear deal. While the SP supported it after consultations with Abdul Kalam, the other members of the UNPA led by the TDP opposed it saying that the deal is against India’s interest. The SP was eventually suspended from the UNPA.

Bahujan Samaj PartyThe BSP also opposed the nuclear deal, saying that it was anti-muslim. The party joined hands with the Left Front and the TDP in voting against the government in Parliament on the nuclear deal. The IAEA approvalThe IAEA Board of Governors approved the safeguards agreement on August 1st 2008, and now the 45-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group must approve a policy allowing nuclear cooperation with India before President Bush can make the necessary certifications and seek final approval by the U.S. Congress. There were objections from Iran, Ireland, Norway, Switzerland and Austria at the IAEA meeting

Requirement of PowerThe most important requirement for India’s Economic Growth in the coming years will be the power & nfrastructure. The argument put forth favouring the 123 Agreement says that we need Nuclear Power Production to be increased to meet the demand.
Power Production in India Presently following are the figures:Thermal Power66%Hydel Power26%Solar & Wind Power5% – Presently Rs.600 Crores are spent for producing this power.Nuclear Power3% – If this is to be increased to 6%, it requires additional Rs.50,000 Crores.

Naturally it will be wise to increase other 3 modes of power production rather than the expensive & dangerous Nuclear Power. Isn’t??URANIUMWe used to import Uranium from various other countries.After the Pokran Test,we are not getting it.To augment the supply,we need to sign the 123 Agreement to get Uranium from USA.Bt we ill have to declare to USA from which power plant India takes raw material for producing Atom Bomb.Why should we disclose our internal secrets to those rascals? Will any one allow an outsider to continuously monitor what’s happening in your Hall & Kitchen of your house?Other study reveals that Uranium is available in India aplenty.
{ To read more on the topic see the article BURNING INDO – US NUCLEAR DEAL on the right side }

Hindu Festival Dushera SMS

Apako ashirwad milai Ganesh se.Vidya mile Saraswati se.Daulat mile Laxmi se.Khushiya mile Rab se.Pyaar mile Sab se.Yahi duwa hai is dil se.************************************************Ek Dua Mangte hai hum apne Bhagwan se…Chahte hai Aapki Khushi Pure imaan se,Sab Hasratein Puri Ho Aapki,Aur Aap Muskaraye Dil-o-Jaan se!!

Happy Dushera and New Year that leads you on the road of Success.A Bliss from Inside********************************DUSHERA SMS*******************************1.With gleam of DiyasAnd the Echo of the ChantsMay Happiness and Contentment Fill Your lifeWishing you a very happy and prosperous Dushera!!

2.|———–|| “–.__.–” | Here is|———–| myGREETING 4 you.Kindly open it….$========$( HAPPY (( DUSHERA () & )( Prosperous )( New Year )3.Khushian ho overflow,masti kabhi na ho low,dosti ka surur chaya rahe,dhan aur shorat ki ho bauchar,aisa aaye aapke liye DIWALI KA TYOHAR

4.Sri ram ji aapke ghar sukh ki barsat karen,Dukhon ka naas karen.Prem ki phuljhari wa anar aapke ghar ko roshan kare.Roshni ke diye aapki jingagi me khusiya layen. Happy Dushera

5.I Pray to God to give UShanti,Shakti,Sampati,Swarup,Saiyam,Saadgi,Safalta,Samridhi,Sanskar,Swaasth,Sanmaan,Saraswati,aur SNEH.SHUBH DUSHERA…

6.Ek Dua Mangte hai hum apne Bhagwan se…Chahte hai Aapki Khushi Pure imaan se,Sab Hasratein Puri Ho Aapki,Aur Aap Muskaraye Dil-o-Jaan se!!Happy Dushera and New Year that leads you on the road of Success7.U”ve!”–.___.–”! got ai________i CARD.Open it…§«§«§«§«§«§«§«§«§ H A P P Y §§ D U S H E R A §§«§«§«§«§«§«§«§«Have a Nice Day!

8.Deepak ka prakash har pal aapke Jivan me ek nayi roshni de,bas yahi shubhkamna hai hamari aapke liye Dushera ke is pawanavsar par. !! Happy Dushera !!

9.May This Dushera be as bright as ever.May this Diwali bring joy, health and wealth to you.May the festival of lights brighten up you and your near anddear ones lives.May this Dushera bring in u the most brightest and choicest happiness and love you have ever Wished for.May this Diwali bring you the utmost in peace and prosperity.May lights triumph over darkness.May peace transcend the earth.

10.Laksh Divyani Ujalali Nisha Ghevuni Navi Umed,navi asha Hotil purna manatil sarva Iccha,Diwalichya Tumhala Khup Khup Shubheccha…* * * Happy Dushera * *
11.All wishing you a very veryWith my1 heart2 eyes7 liter blood206 bones4.5 million red cells60 trillion D N A”S…All wishing you a very veryHAPPY DUSHERA!

12.Dushera Parva hai Khushio ka,Ujalo ka, Laxmi ka…. Is Dushera Aapki Jindagi khushio se bhari ho,Duniya ujalo se roshan ho, ghar par Maa Laxmi ka Aagman ho…Happy Dushera

13.Diwali aai, masti chahi, rangi rangoli,deep jalaye, Dhoom Dhadaka, chhoda phataka, jali Phuljadiyan,Sabko Bhaye, “Happy Dushera.

14.Is Dushera pe humari dua hai ki apka har sapnna pura ho,duniya ke unche mukam apke ho,shoharat ki bulandiyon par naam apka ho!Wish u a very Happy Dushera!

15.Today’s the `Festival of Lights’ all o’er;A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls;And people throng the Temples to offer,Prayers, resolving to take better roles.And most of them are richly clad and clean,And eat such dainty foods and sweets with mirth;Whilst noisy crackers burst, their lights are seen,It seems to be a happy day on Earth!But are there not hearts woe-filled, very sad?Denied of laughter, smiles for days;Today’s the triumph of Good over bad;But what about the wastage in much ways?True joy is when you see someone else smile!True charity gives joy in Heav’nly style.

CHANDRAYAN – FACTS AND FIGURE

Chardrayaan-1 is the first Indian Mission to the Moon devoted to high-resolution remote sensing of the lunar surface features in visible, near infrared, X-ray and low energy gamma ray regions. This will be accomplished using several payloads already selected for the mission. In addition a total of about 10 kg payload weight and 10 W power are earmarked for proposals, which are now solicited. The mission is proposed to be a lunar polar orbiter at an altitude of about 100 km and is planned to be launched by october 2008 using indigenous spacecraft and launch vehicle of ISRO. The mission is expected to have an operational life of about 2 years.
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