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Text of report by Indian news agency PTI
Thiruvananthapuram [in Kerala State, southern India], 31 October: Avionics expert K. Radhakrishnan Saturday [31 October] took over as the chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) from G. Madhavan Nair here.
A highly respected scientist with 35 years of experience in ISRO, 60-year-old Radhakrishnan has played a key role in many of the country's space projects, including Chandrayaan-I [moon mission].
"It is with high hopes and great expectations that I am taking over this responsibility. It is a huge task that has been entrusted on me. I am confident that we will be able to achieve our goals with the …