Not enough done in aviation medicine field: IAF chief RKS Bhadauria
Chief Bhadauria said as the Chief of the Air Staff he assured the aviation medicine specialists that he would "solve the problem at the earliest." The IAF chief also spoke about the fatigue and lack of sleep among pilots due to mobile phones and social media.
Rafale verdict will have positive impact on overall military procurement: Ex-IAF chief Dhanoa
Delivering its much-awaited ruling on the matte...
DGCA gives more time to IndiGo, GoAir for modifying P&W engines
"The position has been reviewed and we are happy to note that the airlines ha...
Nirmala Sitharaman rules out quick recovery for Indian economy
FM said it’s too soon to say whether India would be able to stick to fiscal deficit targets.
More Indians, including diaspora, heading to Ireland
Ireland enables free access to the EU. Further, on acquiring Irish citizenship under the ‘Common Travel Area Agreement’ between Ireland and UK, individuals can live and work in the UK without requiring any further visa or work permit. This makes Ireland the only country in the world, whose citizens have free access to all EU countries and the UK.
Rafale deal: SC gives clean chit, here is a brief timeline of the fighter jet case
After a 12-year long procurement process, India received first Rafale figher jet in a ceremony in France attended by Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. Indian government has released first tender in 2007.
Hand over wanted Indians living in Pakistan if serious about better ties with India: Jaishankar
"The relationship is difficult since many years, mainly because Pakistan has developed an important terrorist industry and sends terrorists to India to carry out attacks. Pakistan itself does not deny this situation," he said, in response to a question about Pakistan FM's remark that relations with India are "close to zero".
Buy Indian Oil Corporation, target Rs 142: CK Narayan
Buy Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. at a price target of Rs 142.0 and a stoploss at Rs 132 from entry point.
Troubles mount for Indian IT firms as clients look for more bang for buck
Analysts said several clients have asked Indian IT majors to cut rates and commit to costs savings upfront.
SC dismisses Rafale review pleas
The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed pleas seeking a review of its December order against investigating the Rafale deal, insisting it was “satisfied” with the material produced by the government to support the pricing of the fighter jets.
Fresh probes against Indian forged steel fittings by US
The probe comes amid commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal’s ongoing visit to the US as the two sides try to iron out issues to arrive at a bilateral trade package.
Coming up in Bengaluru: Biometrics for Indians flying in from abroad
Since immigration has a unified database, the passport will get “digitally stamped” and contain the same information as the physical stamp. The proposal has been sent to the to the home ministry’s Bureau of Immigration.
Wildcraft India bags a deal to make rucksacks for the Indian Army
“We have bagged a multi-million dollar order from the Ministry of Defence to make rucksacks for the Indian army. It is an unchartered territory but creating an ideal rucksack for an Indian jawaan who spends maximum time outdoors in challenging terrain will be good learning. The order will be executed next year,” said Siddharth Sood, cofounder of Wildcraft India.
SC's Rafale ruling: Rahul Gandhi calls for probe, says JPC must investigate deal
Gandhi's remarks came after the Supreme Court gave clean chit to the Modi government on the purchase of 36 fully-loaded Rafale fighter jets from French company Dassault Aviation, rejecting the plea for registration of an FIR by the CBI for alleged commission of cognisable offence in the deal.
There is no India without Kashmir, Indian columnist told US Congressional hearing on human rights
"International community has to assist India in eradicating radical Islamist terror that is when the human rights situation will be possible," Sunanda Vashisht said. Plebiscite in Kashmir is never going to happen. A plebiscite requires the community to unite for a decision, but in this case, a part of Kashmir is in India, another in Pak, a part of it is also held with China, she said.
Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service