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GoAir suspends some flights on delay in aircraft, engine deliveries
"Now, we have been informed by our business partners Airbus and Pratt & Whitney of their inability to deliver previously promised aircraft and engines through March 9, 2020, that are required to support our current growth. As a result, we have been forced to temporarily suspend certain flights that are part of our network," GoAir said in a statement.
Be prepared for all contingencies, Army chief tells troops during maiden LoC visit
Accompanied by General-officer-commanding, Northern Comman...
Senior IPS officer AP Maheshwari appointed Director General of CRPF
Maheshwari, a 1984 batch IPS officer of the Uttar Pradesh cadre, is at pr...
An emotional Khamenei shows Iran general's death is personal
The US killed Soleimani, other Revolutionary Guard members and a senior Iraqi militia leader in a stunning attack on their convoy, shortly after Soleimani had arrived at Baghdad's international airport. The killing, ordered by Trump, has dramatically heightened the risk of war as senior Iranian figures vow to strike US military targets in response.
Top Hizbul terrorist killed in encounter with security forces in J&K
The encounter between the ultras and a joint team of Army and police personnel took place in the district's Gondana belt, Public Relations Officer, Defence, Jammu, Lt Col Devender Anand, said. Security forces had received information about the presence of terrorists in the area, the officials said.
CRPF transfers DIG accused of throwing hot water on jawan with 'best wishes'
Official sources said while the transfer has been done pending a detailed probe into the incident, the CRPF headquarters, in its order on Friday, extended "best wishes to the officer for a successful tenure in the new assignment". DIG D K Tripathi, has been transferred out to the Manipur and Nagaland sector from his current posting in Mokamaghat, Bihar.
Pakistan caught again in nuclear smuggling activity
According to the US Justice Department, the five men, based in Canada, Hong Kong, and UK, “operated an international procurement network of front companies that existed to acquire US-origin goods for AERO) and PAEC, and to cause those goods to be exported from the United States to the entities without export licenses in violation of federals law.”
Integrated battle groups concept being given shape in 17 Corps: Army commander
"To meet the current challenges in the northern borders, we are organising ourselves in the form of integrated battle groups," Lt Gen Chauhan, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Command said. "What we are looking at is the organisation of formations which are more deployable, more employable and more capable to perform the tasks," he said.
Iran fires more than a dozen missiles at US forces in Iraq
Iranian officials said Tehran did not want a war and its strikes "concluded" its response to Friday's killing of Qassem Soleimani, a powerful general whose burial in Iran after days of mourning was completed around the same time as Iran's missile launches.
Nukes a deterrent, no other role: Army Chief General Naravane
Naravane, who assumed charge as the Army Chief this week, said that although the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist camp in Balakot, Pakistan has been “reactivated”, it was destroyed in the Indian aerial strikes on it in Feb last year. He pointed out that the strikes signal that terrorist camps and infrastructure can be taken down and cannot operate with impunity.
CRPF DG Bhatnagar retires; ITBP chief given additional charge
An order issued by the Union home ministry said Deswal, a 1984-batch Haryana cadre IPS officer, will hold the CRPF charge "till the appointment and joining of the successor or untill further orders, whichever is earlier." Bhatnagar, a 1983-batch Uttar Pradesh cadre Indian Police Service officer, is retiring after heading the CRPF for over 2.5 years.
Military columns deployed in Assam should be back in barracks in a day or two: Army Commander
Army Commander Lt Gen Anil Chauhan on Monday expressed hope that military columns deployed in Assam, the epicentre of protests over the citizenship law, would return to barracks in a day or two as the situation in the state was "fast improving".
Amit Shah unveils new insignia for CRPF's VIP security wing
The home minister unveiled the logo during an event, where he laid the foundation for raising a new headquarters building for the CRPF. The VIP security wing of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was raised in 2014 and has four battalions, comprising about 4,000 personnel.
350 stranded tourists, locals at Zojila Pass rescued by Army
"In coordination with the civil administration, army rescue columns moved in vehicles promptly to rescue the stranded civilians from the Zojila Pass," a senior army official said. The army personnel also provided medical assistance, hot food and blankets to the affected people. Zojila pass is situated at an altitude of 11,578 feet on the Srinagar-Kargil-Leh National Highway.
India leads from front on counter-terrorism, climate action at UN in 2019
The year 2019 will be remembered as a watershed moment in India's fight against terrorism and its commitment to bring those responsible for terror attacks against the country to justice.
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