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1. GSAT-11 approved [24 Jul 2009]
The Indian government has approved design and development of GSAT-11, an advanced communication satellite, at a total cost INR5 billion (€73 million, US$104 million). The spacecraft will be based on ISRO's new I-4K bus.
2. Antrix takes ProtoStar capacity [20 Nov 2007]
ProtoStar Ltd. and Antrix, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), announced an agreement to jointly provide 216 MHz of interim satellite capacity to support the expanding direct-to-home (DTH) television demand in India. In related news, ProtoStar for the first time also gave a launch date for its second planned satellite – surprisingly a Boeing 601HP model.
3. GSLV returns to flight with INSAT-4CR launch [02 Sep 2007]
Rocket: GSLV; Payload: INSAT-4CR; Date: 2 September 2007, 1250 UTC; Site: Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, India. The satellite was placed in a 168 km x 34,710 km x 20.7 degrees geostationary transfer orbit – not quite the one targeted. ISRO nonetheless declared the launch a success.
4. INSAT-4CR pre-launch details [29 Aug 2007]
The launch of India's latest communication satellite, INSAT-4CR, aboard a GSLV from Sriharikota has been postponed by a day to 2 September.
5. Launch updates [20 Aug 2007]
Launch date for INSAT 4CR set / Falcon 1 won't carry TacSat 1
6. News in brief [28 May 2007]
MDA to provide complete system solution for imaging satellite programme / India to launch INSAT 4CR in September / Ten Sports expands Intelsat capacity
7. GSLV failure blamed on regulator in strap-on booster [06 Sep 2006]
A defective propellant regulator of a strap-on motor caused the failure of ISRO's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) F02 mission on 10 July, according to the Failure Analysis Committee (FAC).
8. News in brief [26 Jul 2006]
Japan: Launch of M-V launch vehicle No. 7 / India: Replacement for INSAT-4C
9. Looking up at a bleak sky [17 Jul 2006]
"When GSLV-F02, the Indian rocket carrying the INSAT 4C satellite, burst into flames and splashed into the Bay of Bengal on Monday, along with it went down plans of some of the country's major television and communication companies … [N]etworks such as Sun Network, CNBC TV 18 and Times Now will find it difficult to measure the opportunity lost and cost of delays."
10. Why India lost Rs 256 crores in one minute [14 Jul 2006]
"When India's most ambitious Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle GSLV-F02, which was carrying the state-of-the-art communication satellite INSAT-4C, crashed into the Bay of Bengal on Monday, gone with the spacecraft in 60 seconds was a whopping Rs 256 crore (Rs 2.56 billion)" (rediff.com)

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