Indian Spacecraft Accomplishes Its Mars Orbiter Mission on Sept 24th, 2014

International Media Praises for Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) of India.

Here is what world’s media said about the MOM of India.


India took a long jump in Very small budget and means to have completed the ‘ Mars Orbiter’Mission ‘ –
The New York Times said that India successfully completed the MOM in small budget is praiseworthy. The school children called at 06:45AM to witness the final of putting the spacecraft into the orbit – was justified. India has raced ahead of the USA, Russia, European Union, China and Japan.

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The group of Scientists at the Space center rejoice at their success

Photo: Dainik Bhaskar

Britain: The Telegraph:

The newspaper praised the Indian Scientists. They have proved that they are the best in the world. With so little resources they have shown to the world that which other nations could not do. We should all learn from the Indian methodology and procedures to achieve the aim with so little resources

China – Indian Success will benefit the World. We are with them

The Foreign Ministry Spokesman
Said that we have congratulated India for its success. The achievement is praiseworthy for Asia. We hope that Indian Scientists will work for the benefit of the mankind.


Our Government is sleeping over, and Nawaz goes abroad on our money.

The Pakistan media praises the achievement of India. They gave the explanation of the worst state of the Pakistani Scientists. Dr. Abdul Kadir, the Nuclear Scientist said that we have to beg the Government for money. But the Government is sleeping, and the Prime Minister goes abroad for sightseeing at the masses’ expense.


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