A GSLV rocket, carrying communication satellite GSAT-5P, failed on December 25.
Scientists divided over GSLV failure being a setback for ISRO's space ambitions.
Former Chairman of ISRO, Dr K Kasturirangan talks about the possible reasons for launch vehicle failures in India.
ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan said that the vehicle developed altitude errors.
It's the first GSLV with an indigenous cryogenic engine.
The rocket, Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D3), is slated to inject GSAT-4 on Thursday.
On April 15, ISRO will launch an advanced communication satellite.
After a series of delays, GSLV-FO4 began its journey with a bang.
GSLV-FO4 will be used for DTH TV, video picture transmission.
Indian Space Research Organisation will on Wednesday launch the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle into space.