The real simple magazine has been granted an exclusive license by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to publish articles on astronomy.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is the government agency responsible for managing the countrys space program.

The magazine, which is currently in the process of launching its first issue, has already published several scientific articles on India’s space program and is aiming to make it one of the most widely read magazines in the world.

“The magazine will continue to be the most trusted source of news and information in the country, helping India achieve its international space ambitions,” said Suresh Kumar, editor of the magazine.

The prime minister, a science enthusiast who has become a prominent advocate of the Indian Space Agency (ISRA) and other space agencies, has made it a priority to develop the magazine and has launched a programme of national awareness programmes to promote science and science education in India.

The Prime Minister has launched the first annual ‘Satsayatha’ or ‘Solar Science Week’ which will see science activities held across the country.

In the next four weeks, the prime minister is expected to host an international science event and launch a satellite launch.

The event is expected for November 25.

The launch of India’s first satellite, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), on November 17 is also being touted as an event.

The ISRO is also planning a series of science and technology seminars which will be held across India to promote the country’s space programs.

The seminar series is being organised by ISRO, the Indian government, and the government agencies involved in the space programs, officials told the Times of Indian.

India is the third largest user of foreign satellites, after the US and China, according to the ISRO.

India is currently the second largest user and user of the Russian NSS-18 satellite.