After a summer of scuffles with China along the Tibetan border, India is considering developing a satellite to improve border surveillance. “It is just a preliminary idea,” an official at the state-run Indian Space Research Organization says. “The purpose is to support the armed forces, check infiltration, map terrain and communicate effectively in remote areas.” Currently, “discussions between concerned parties” are underway to determine whether a single ...

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