Scientists have not given up hope on establishing contact with the Vikram lander yet, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K Sivan said today, adding that efforts to contact it will continue for the next 14 days. His public statement to national broadcaster Doordarshan was his first since the lander fell silent in the early hours of Saturday, dashing the hopes of millions across the country. (Video Courtesy: DD National)
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