Sunita Williams is now NASA's commercial crew astronaut
Sunita Williams is now NASA's commercial crew astronaut

Indian American Sunita Williams is among four astronauts who have been selected by NASA for commercial flights to the International Space Station (ISS) from US soil.

Pravasi Bharatiya Divas kicks off in Gandhinagar, Sushma Swaraj asks NRIs to contribute
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas kicks off in Gandhinagar, Sushma Swaraj asks NRIs to contribute

Gandhinagar: Union Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday called on the diaspora youth gathered here to "come, connect, celebrate and contribute" to be part of the "momentous transformation taking place in the country".

Dinsha Patel to be conferred Vishwa Pratibha Award

Veteran Congress leader and Gujarat MP Dinsha Patel will be awarded the Sardar Patel Vishwa Pratibha Award by the Vishwa Gujarati Samaj.

Students use space camera to study Uttarakhand disaster

A total of 300 school students studied the earth`s surface as seen from space, including the flood-ravaged state of Uttarakhand.

Do not complain if you don`t vote: Sunita Williams

Sunita Williams on Saturday said staying away from voting in a democratic set up is tantamount to losing one`s moral right to complain.

Can`t rule out possibility of life elsewhere: Sunita

US astronaut Sunita Williams hinted at the possibility of life outside earth today, saying that people on earth must not be arrogant about the fact that they are the only living creatures.

Sunita Williams arrives at her native village

US astronaut Sunita Williams arrived at her native village of Jhulasan, in North Gujarat`s Mehsana district on Thursday, to a rousing welcome.

Sunita Williams wants to be a science school teacher

US astronaut Sunita Williams on Thursday said it would be a dream to go to the moon but in the long run she would like to be a science school teacher.

Being in space can change your perspective: Sunita Williams

The magnificent view of the Northern Lights from nearly 400 km above the earth`s surface from the International Space Station made astronaut Sunita Williams turn metaphysical.

Sunita Williams hopes for US-India space collaboration

Hoping that NASA and ISRO will collaborate in the future, US astronaut Sunita Williams today said the Indian government should accelerate its space programme as a lot of students and young people are showing interest in the field.

Space feels like home now: Sunita Williams

Space almost feels like home, Indian American Sunita Williams, who holds the record of the longest spacewalk by a woman astronaut, said here Monday.

Sunita Williams to start her India trip on April 1

Indian American astronaut Sunita Williams, who holds the world record for the longest spaceflight by a female astronaut, will start her India trip on April 1 from the national capital.

Sunita Williams lifts lid on space station`s zero gravity loos

Indian origin astronomer Sunita Williams has demonstrated how astronauts use toilets in the zero-gravity International Space Station in a newly released video.

Get involved: Sunita Williams to Indian students

"Get involved, try to be a part of it" is the message of record-breaking Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams to millions of Indians students and space enthusiasts.

Sunita Williams will return to Earth today

Record-setting Indian-American NASA astronaut Sunita Williams along with two other cosmonauts will return to Earth today, after four months in orbit.

Countdown begins for Sunita Williams` return

Sunita Williams and the two co-astronauts on her expedition are winding down their last week aboard the International Space Station, beginning a countdown for the return to Earth.

Sunita Williams sends warm wishes to kids on Children`s Day

Kids In India received a special `Children`s Day` message from outer space as Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams sent out warm wishes from the International Space Station (ISS).

Sunita Williams greets Indians from space on Diwali

Indians around the world got a special Diwali message from outer space as Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams sent out warm wishes on the occasion from the International Space Station.

Sunita Williams voted for US elections by absentee ballot

Indian American astronaut Sunita Williams has already voted by absentee ballot, but if she wanted she could have voted in the US presidential election from her home in space on election day itself.

Now, spot ISS with naked eyes

`Spot the Station` will send you a text message as the ISS passes over your house.