IAF's mobile video game gets selected for Google 'Best Game-2019' contest
In a bid to make the youth aware about the IAF and encourage them to join the forces, the Indian Air Force had launched the multiplayer version of its interactive mobile game which lets users experience the thrill of flying a combat aircraft.
Women in armed forces: SC for retrospective effect in permanent commission
The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to look at the positive sid...
Three Rafale jets handed over to India: Government
India and France signed an Euro 7.87 billion (Rs 59,000 crore approximately) deal in Septe...
Confident of doubling range of the Astra, will be the most lethal air to air missile: DRDO Chief
India is one of the few countries which has its own active and successful BMD programme. All essential technologies required for BMD, like propulsion system, sensors, precision control systems and terminal intercept technology with kill vehicle development have matured and have been proven through various tests, pointed out DRDO Chief G Sateesh Reddy.
Delhi's air quality dips to 'moderate' category
The air quality of national capital dipped to 'moderate' category on Nov 20. According to AQI at Lodhi Road, major pollutants PM 2.5 and PM ...
Hema Malini reacts on Parliamentarians skipping meeting on air pollution
Actress-turned-politician and BJP MP from Mathura Hema Malini on November 20 reacted on the issue of political leaders missing the meeting o...
Luxury homes in NCR focus on providing clean air
Besides offering plenty of green spaces, some luxury home developers in the National Capital Region are installing centralised air purifier systems for fresh indoor air. DLF has installed TFAs (treated fresh air units) to improve indoor air quality in the developer’s latest residential offering in the luxury segment — The Camellias in DLF5’s.
Now, IIT & IISc will help forces to get futuristic defence technologies
DRDO has already identified over 60 specific projects, many of which will give armed forces a lethal edge.
Air quality in Delhi remains poor, may slip into severe category in next few days
After a brief respite, air quality in the national capital deteriorated again yesterday due to calm winds and increased impact of farm fires. The city''s overall air quality index (AQI) read 282 at 8.50 am. The neighbouring areas of Ghaziabad and Greater Noida recorded AQI at 364 and 349 respectively. Noida had an AQI of 323.
India offers Singapore facility for testing, launching missiles in Chandipur
India has already opened its military training facilities, such as air force and artillery firing ranges, to Singapore’s armed forces because of the island city-state’s territorial limitations. The two countries have regularly held artillery exercises for over a decade.
Sri Lanka’s India ties hinge on Pakistan policy under Gotabaya
Pakistan was quick to congratulate Rajapaksa on his victory, like India, and expressed the hope that the new dispensation in Colombo would reverse some of the earlier decisions vis-à-vis Pakistan, according to people aware of the matter.
Parliamentary panel to discuss air pollution in Delhi on Wednesday
An official message communicated to panel members stated that representatives of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Central Pollution Control Board will brief them on the role of MCD, DDA, NDMC, CPWD and NBCC -- all central agencies -- in "reducing air pollution in Delhi".
Tie-up to help SpiceJet access wider network of Gulf Air: Ajay Singh
The tieup is commercial and SpiceJet to collaborate with Gulf Air in engineering, cargo, personnel.
IndiGo, GoAir to replace 111 and 54 PW engines in 72 days: Government
On November 1, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had told the airlines to replace the PW engines under both wings of 97 A320neo aircraft "at all costs" by January 31 or they would be grounded. The aviation regulator had also said "desperate measures" were required to "put things in order".
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