With Skyroot's $51 mln funding, Indian space tech startups seek new orbit – Forbes India

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With Skyroot's  mln funding, Indian space tech startups seek new orbitSkyroot founders Pawan Kumar Chandana (left) and Naga Bharath Daka

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