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Army chief Naravane on PoK: If we get orders, we'll take appropriate action
Army chief Manoj Mukund Naravane issues a warning for Pakistan. A...
Lot of lip service is being done regarding Make in India program: IAF chief
During the "Aaj Tak Agenda" program, the Indian Air Force (IAF) c...
Sebi defers deadline by 2 years to split chairman & MD post
Top 500 entities were earlier required to separate chairperson & MD post from Apr...
China backed efforts to defuse Indo-Pak tensions post-Pulwama attack: Wang
In an interview to the ruling Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper, the People's Daily, about China's diplomatic achievements in 2019, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi mentioned post-Pulwama tensions and Beijing's attempts to bring peace between India and Pakistan.
MiG 27 to pass into history, its last squadron to be decommissioned in Jodhpur on Friday
The storied fighter had earned the nickname of 'Bahadur' from pilots owing to its exploits during Kargil.
India was ready to attack Pakistan Army posts after Balakot: Former IAF chief BS Dhanoa
"Since the PAF had targeted military installations on the 27th of February (a day after India struck the Jaish-e-Mohammed camp near Balakot), the Pakistan Army had now become a legitimate target and had their strikes been successful, we would have put a considerable weight of attack on their forward brigades,'' Dhanoa said.
Efforts are on to normalise situation of University: JNU Chief Proctor
New Delhi, Jan 06 (ANI): While speaking to ANI in Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Chief Proctor, Dhananjay Singh on Monday said tha...
Industry chiefs seek faster approvals, labour reforms in meeting with CM
The meeting, a first after Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray became the Chief Minister of the state, saw industrialists like Mukesh Ambani, Ratan Tata, Adi Godrej, Anand Mahindra, bankers such as Deepak Parekh and Uday Kotak speaking on the steps required to give a boost to state’s growth.
93 guards not enough for 1,000 acres, says security agency chief
The development was shared by the managing director, Colonel (retired) KPS Rana of the Cyclops security and allied services, the private agency which is responsible for the security of the JNU.
IAF AN-32 crashed in Arunachal Pradesh due to navigational error, poor visibility: Standing Committee on Defence
The developments were shared by the Standing Committee on Defence in one of its reports presented to the Lok Sabha Speaker on Friday. The Committee stated that it had wished to learn about the findings of the court of inquiry on the June 3 crash of the AN-32. It was informed that the inquiry team has completed its investigation into the crash.
Government appoints 2 joint secretaries, 38 other officials to assist Chief of Defence Staff
Officials sources said the appointments were made as per laid down roadmap to create an enabling set up for the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) to implement the government's vision of ensuring tri-services synergy. Two joint secretaries, 13 deputy secretaries and 25 under secretaries were appointed in the department of military affairs.
All deaths not due to negligence, says Kota’s chief medical officer
BS Tanwar submitted a detailed reply before NCPCR with statistics on the number of pregnant women, anaemic expectant mothers and low-birth weight babies in Kota district. “We need to see case by case and examine it in detail to know the lacunae,” Tanwar told the commission.
Centre withdraws VIP security cover of TN Deputy CM, Stalin
The Union government has removed the central security cover of Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam and DMK chief M K Stalin, of...
Kerala chief minister to open global investor meet ASCEND 2020
Organised by the state’s department of industries, the inaugural session of the event will be presided over by Kerala industry minister Jayarajan. This will be followed by two panel discussions, led by top industrialists. The first, on ‘perspectives of global investors’ will be addressed by M A Yusuff Ali, B Ravi Pillai, Varghese Kurian and J K Menon.
Indo-Pak ties in 2019: From brink of war to corridor of peace
The outgoing year solidify the fact that the mistrust between the two countries is deeper than perceived.
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