30 Dec 2014
Ahmedabad: Gujarat-origin US astronaut Sunita Williams is expected to attend the opening ceremony of Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) next month in Gandhinagar.
01 Apr 2013
Sunita Williams holds a world record for the longest space flight by a woman but as a child the Indian American astronaut had never thought about voyaging into space ever.
30 Mar 2013
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.
15 Nov 2012
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 of the record setting Indian American cosmonaut after four months in orbit.
15 Aug 2012
Four ISS astronauts, including Indian-American Sunita Williams, will embark on two spacewalks outside the International Space Station to install new equipment and replace defective installations, NASA said.
31 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Sports coaching is mainly dominated by males and in India we can rarely find females coaches in sports. Cricket is followed as a religion and is the most popular sport across the nation. We do have a women's cricket team but game is dominated by males across the globe.
19 Nov 2012
Record-setting Indian- American Sunita Williams along with two fellow astronauts safely returned to Earth on Monday from the International Space Station, touching down on the steppes of central Kazakhstan, after spending four months in orbit.
23 Oct 2012
Record-setting Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams has completed 100 days in space and is not missing gravity as she loves floating around, an experience she calls "priceless".
20 Nov 2012
A warm reception is in the offing for record-setting astronaut Sunita Williams as the Indian-American, along with fellow cosmonaut Aki Hoshide, heads for Houston after completing her space voyage.
06 Sep 2012
Indian-American NASA astronaut Sunita Williams and her Japanese counterpart Akihiko Hoshide have successfully restored power to the International Space Station on their second attempt.