District magistrate Girish Dayalan has ordered a ban on meat shops within a radius of 1,000 metres from the Air Force Station.
The Indian government is keen to buy Embraer’s commercial aircraft division, said a top ranking government official, reports Subhomoy Bhattacharjee in Business Standard.
An upgrade of 90 medium lift Mi-17 helicopters of the Indian Air Force (IAF) proposed in 2002 could not be achieved even after 18 years, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) said as a result of which these . . .
A Serbian army jet crashed Friday in western Serbia near the country's border with Bosnia, the Defence Ministry said.
With the Ladakh face-off continuing, the government is reaching out to arrange new equipment for the Indian Air Force (IAF).
With India facing a possible threat from both China and Pakistan, the Indian Air Force on Friday said it was ready to undertake operations simultaneously on both the fronts.
As many as 10 Rafale fighters have been handed over to India so far, on schedule despite the pandemic, which is a remarkable performance. Five have been ferried to India, the next five could arrive soon depending on IAF’s schedule.
India-made helicopters are fully geared to support troops deployed at forward posts through the winter season in Ladakh, with two new types of choppers also proving their worth during recent flights at the high altitude cold desert.
In a report referring to the Rafale fighter jet deal, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has pointed out that the transfer of high-end technology as part of the offsets deal had not been completed, . . .
According to preliminary reports from the Russian Defence Ministry, the incident occurred during a training mission.
India on Tuesday successfully conducted the flight test of ABHYAS - High-speed Expendable Aerial Target (HEAT) vehicles from a test range in Odisha, defence sources said.
The Indian Air Force (IAF) has approached the Haryana Government seeking prompt measures to address the garbage disposal method around the Ambala station.
The country’s latest fighter jets, the omni-role Rafales, have now begun to fly in the skies over Ladakh amid the ongoing almost five-month long military confrontation with China in the high-altitude region.
China has adopted an aggressive posture against India to stop New Delhi from building defence infrastructure along the border, the absence of which gives Beijing a strategic advantage, a top Indian-American lawmaker has said.
Amid growing tensions between India and China along the Line of Actual Control, Chinese state-run media has reported that the government of Lhasa city, the administrative capital of the Tibetan Autonomous Region, . . .