From the Editor
Ajay R. Singh, Advocate
Hope my writing finds you all in good health.
While writing the editorial, I noticed the latest news on Chandrayaan 3 which said that the second orbit raising manoeuvre has been launched successfully. By the time this journal reaches to you, I am sure that the Chandrayaan 3 will be surfing in the advance stage of reaching its destination. A successful mission will lead to India entering into an elite club of nations along with USA, China and Russia.
It will be a great milestone achieved by the scientists involved in the mission. This mission has the potential to attract and retain the talent in our country while boosting India’s private space sector. As Chandrayaan 3 embarks on its mission to explore the lunar surface, it holds the promise of not only contributing to the scientific community but also inspiring future generations to reach for the stars.
Chandrayaan 3 represents India’s continued commitment to space exploration and scientific advancement. The history of space programmes in India will reveal how a vision to harness and develop space technology and national development was founded with minimum resources and today it has successfully become a reality.
This inspires us to keep believing in ourselves and working towards our goals and dreams. As rightly said by Eleanor Roosevelt, “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
This monthly journal ’Companion’ is digest of various judgements. I give my thanks to the compilors and the editorial team for their time and contribution towards bringing out this journal.
Ajay R. Singh