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  ‘Space’ In Parliament

Indian Space Programme continued to attract the attention of both the Houses of Parliament. Questions were answered in Parliament during the year of 2013 as shown below:-

Questions Budget Session Monsoon Session Total
  L.S. R.S. L.S. R.S. L.S. R.S.
Starred  1 1 2 0 3 1
Unstarred 9 7 4 4 13 11
Total 10 8 6 4 16 12

The Questions were related to GRAMSAT Scheme in Assam, ISRO’s Experiments on Climate change, SARAL to Study Oceans, study of mythical Saraswati River, GISAT, Manned Space Mission, Success of PSLV/IRNSS, ISRO Fellowships at American University, Antrix-Devas Deal, Commercial Activities through Antrix Corporation, Chandrayaan–II, Security for Sriharikota, Launch of Global Positioning System Satellite/IRNSS, Funds for Research and Experiments, Accruals from Sending Satellites to Space, Bilateral Cooperation in the Space, Satellite Launch Pads in the Country, Launch of GSAT-15 and GSAT-16, Expenditure on Launchers and Satellites of ISRO, etc.