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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Yashpal
A rocket carrying an Indian communication satellite exploded just after liftoff Saturday in the second launch failure for India's space agency this year.
"I hope it's just one of those things," Yashpal, who uses one name, told reporters.
Yashpal, a retired Indian scientist and independent commentator, said he was very disappointed by Saturday's failure, but other countries too have experienced such problems.