Asserting that equal opportunity brings equal responsibility, Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat today said it’s up to women
Announcing the setting up of an appropriate redressal mechanism, India’s Chief of Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat said on Friday
India’s state-owned carrier Air India has rubbished reports published by flight data firm FlightStats that listed it listing it as the world’s third worst performing airline in the world. Stating that the data was fabricated, Air India has assured that the management will investigate the matter till the end.
January 9, 2017, for the first time, saw a blend of industry and academia at the Army’s “firepower show” conducted at the Artillery School, Deolali in Maharashtra. This convergence brought together a large section of India’s defence industry including leaders like the Larsen & Toubro, Tata’s, Bharat Forge and others along with various mid-segment industry groups, SMEs and MSMEs as also representatives of leading academic institutions including the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), the Bangalore-based Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and other academic organisations from across the country.
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has time and again shared his concerns over lack of continuity in senior level appointments of the armed forces.
At 1140 hours on January 2, 2017 India successfully test fired yet another nuclear capable ballistic missile—Agni IV from Balasore, Odisha
Air Marshal SB Deo PVSM AVSM VM VSM ADC paid homage at Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate this morning before taking over as Vice Chief of the Air Staff (VCAS) at Air HQ, today
Gen Dalbir singh will soon be heading for an important diplomatic assignment, top government sources told DefenceAviationPost.com. “In all probability it will be a foreign assignment for him (Gen Dalbir Singh)…likely as India’s Ambassador to one of the strategic neighbour countries,” a top government official disclosed. The official refused to give any more details.
Back to back successful test firing of Missiles by India gives a strong message across the borders in China and Pakistan
While making it clear that Indian Armed Forces were capable and prepared to go for a two front war if need arises, Gen Rawat said he prefers co-operation than confrontation. He said while we (India, Pakistan and China) may be competing with each other for space and economic development and prosperity, there are also areas of co-operation which he said should be our focus.