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Chinese fighter flies inverted over US Air Force jet

Chinese fighter flies inverted over US Air Force jet

Two Chinese Su-30 fighter jets intercepted an American Air Force radiation detection plane over the East China Sea, according to the US Pacific Air Forces.

Economy class air travel set to become cheaper from July1

Economy class air travel will become cheaper with tax rate fixed at 5 per cent against the existing 6, under the upcoming GST regime from July 1.

To win India’s wars with Indian solutions, need collaboration between user, industry, academia: Lt Gen Subrata Saha

To win India’s wars with Indian solutions, need collaboration between user, industry, academia: Lt Gen Subrata Saha

Lt Gen Subrata Saha served as the Indian Army’s Deputy Chief (Planning and Systems) until his retirement on March 31 this year.

NIA registers probe against Syed Ali Shah Geelani, three others

NIA registers probe against Syed Ali Shah Geelani, three others

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today registered a Preliminary Enquiry (PE) against hardline Kashmiri separatist leaders, including Syed Ali Shah Geelani

Pakistan reels from widespread domestic outrage over loss of face at ICJ in Jadhav case

Pakistan reels from widespread domestic outrage over loss of face at ICJ in Jadhav case

The Pakistan government today faced flak over its handling of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ)

China’s military reforms to tighten Xi Jinping’s grip on the Army: Expert

China’s military reforms to tighten Xi Jinping’s grip on the Army: Expert

India should ensure adequate deterrance and military preparedness to tackle China’s enhanced combat capabilities after Beijing restructured its defence mechanism, including of the PLA Rocket Force, two years ago, an expert has said.

Delhi airport handling lesser flights than capacity: Government

Delhi airport handling lesser flights than capacity: Government

Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, the biggest and busiest in the country, is handling fewer flights than it can, government data revealed.

Rajnath Singh to chair first CMs’ meeting on India-China border issues

Rajnath Singh to chair first CMs’ meeting on India-China border issues

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will chair a first security review meeting on May 20 with Chief Ministers of five Himalayan states on the India-China border during his three-day visit to Sikkim, an official said on Thursday.

How China is banking on infrastructure to become the next USA

How China is banking on infrastructure to become the next USA

The American obsession with President Donald Trump and the investigation into untoward Russian influence is distracting us from China’s bid to displace the US when it comes to global leadership.

Domestic air passengers grow by 15.15 per cent in April

Domestic air passengers grow by 15.15 per cent in April

Domestic air passengers during the month of April grew by 15.15 per cent with Indian carriers carrying 9.1 million, shows passenger data shared by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).