Author: defence aviationpost

Kashmir: After Let Commander Abu Dujana, New Most Wanted List Of Six Includes Wasim Ah And Zakir Rashid Bhat

After gunning down Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) Kashmir commander Abu Dujana and his close associate Arfi Dar on Tuesday (August 1),

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US, India, Japan Partnership For Peace In Region: Us Commander

The growing partnership between the US, India and Japan is to keep peace in the Indo-Asia Pacific region, a

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Crew Detention Fallout: Air India Issues New Instructions For Crew Flying To Saudi Arabia

Air India has asked its crew members operating flights to Saudi Arabia to carry their names on the

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NIA To Question Geelani’s Younger Son On Wednesday

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is to question Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s younger son Naseem Geelani

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Kalyani’s JV Facility On Missile Sub-Systems With Rafael Advanced Defense Systems To Begin Operations in Hyderabad On August 3

In a major push to the Make in India programme, the JV facility of Kalyani Strategic Systems and Rafale

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Regulatory hurdles cap expansion of Scoot airways in India

Regulatory hurdles capping the number of flights and cities to operate in for foreign airlines has limited low-cost long-haul

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Address Regional Issues: Doval Tells BRICS Security Heads Amid Sikkim Standoff

BRICS countries should take the lead role in countering global terrorism and address also regional issues, national security adviser

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Services’ Vice Chiefs Get Financial Powers For Security Upgrades

The Defence Ministry has delegated financial powers to the Vice Chiefs of all three armed services to carry on

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Now Board Flights With Automatic Face Recognition

When a new terminal opens in 2017 at Singapore's Changi Airport, the world's best for five years straight according

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We Asked For Bullets, Not Bread: The Story Of A Kargil War Hero

We Asked For Bullets, Not Bread: The Story Of A Kargil War Hero

In the army, one cannot sit back and relax. Only two years after the Kargil War, Indian Parliament came

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