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Army blames media for death of whistle-blower soldier Roy Mathew

Army blames media for death of whistle-blower soldier Roy Mathew

The Indian Army’s Southern Command on Friday virtually blamed the media for the alleged suicide of a whistle-blower soldier who was found dead at the Deolali Cantonment, Nashik last week.

Air-miss over language glitch, airlines warned over use of foreign pilots

Air-miss over language glitch, airlines warned over use of foreign pilots

Indian carriers have been issued instructions not to roster foreign pilots to defence airfields till they are “thoroughly briefed about the approach procedures of Indian defence airfields”

Doval concludes two-day visit to Israel, ahead of PM Narendra Modi’s visit in July

Doval concludes two-day visit to Israel, ahead of PM Narendra Modi’s visit in July

National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval met Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his counterpart Brigadier General (retired) Jacob Nagel in Israel in order to lay groundwork for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit in July this year

Air India suspends 2 ‘forgetful’ engineers who forced Delhi-Kochi flight to return

Air India suspends 2 ‘forgetful’ engineers who forced Delhi-Kochi flight to return

Air India has put two of its engineers off duty for reportedly “forgetting” to remove pins from the landing gear, forcing the Delhi-Kochi flight to return soon after take off.

J-K: Three Army jawans, 1 civilian killed after terrorists attack patrolling party in Shopian district

J-K: Three Army jawans, 1 civilian killed after terrorists attack patrolling party in Shopian district

Three army jawans and a civilian have been killed after a patrolling party in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir was ambushed by terrorists on Thursday. Four people, including two jawans, have been injured in the attack.

Navy invites chief of Royal Navy to give farewell to INS Viraat

Navy invites chief of Royal Navy to give farewell to INS Viraat

In order to bid adieu INS Viraat that served nation for over three decades, Indian navy has planned series of farewell ceremonies on March 6 in Mumbai. Indian sailors, retired and serving, who served on this ship will be part of the ceremony besides UK Navy chief and some officers who were associated with the ship when it was part of Royal Navy.

Jet airways mid-flight scare: Airline cautions pilots to stick to ATC norms, says report

Jet airways mid-flight scare: Airline cautions pilots to stick to ATC norms, says report

A week after reports emerged that a Jet Airways Mumbai-London flight, carrying 330 passengers and 15 crew members, went off the radar for a brief period over Cologne, the airlines has reportedly sent a mail to its pilots reminding them of the radio communication guidelines

After PM Modi steps in, consensus builds on combined services committee’s top post

After PM Modi steps in, consensus builds on combined services committee’s top post

A CONSENSUS is building among the armed forces and the defence ministry around the proposal to have another 4-star military officer as the Permanent Chairman

Surge in Airfare: CCI to examine complaints of anti-competitive behaviour

Surge in Airfare: CCI to examine complaints of anti-competitive behaviour

Having received a number of complaints against sudden surge in fares on some routes, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has taken suo moto cognisance of the issue to examine

Air India to operate bigger aircraft on Delhi-Bhopal route

Air India Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) Ashwani Lohani took the decision to make an A-320 aircraft operational on the Delhi-Bhopal-Delhi route in evenings following his recent visit here.