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Admiral Sunil Lanba Shares Long Term Plans To Expand Indian Navy’s Strength

Admiral Sunil Lanba Shares Long Term Plans To Expand Indian Navy’s Strength

The 41 ships and submarines which are expected to join the Indian Navy are at various stages of building at different public sector shipyards, according to Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Sunil Lanba.

J&K Police Files FIR Against BSF Men For Killing Youth

J&K Police Files FIR Against BSF Men For Killing Youth

A day after a youth was killed in Batmaloo area of Srinagar, the Border Security Force on Sunday admitted to the killing of 22-year-old of Sajad Hassan, insisting that he died when they fired in the air in self-defence

Bdl, l&t sign mou to export torpedoes

Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL), a Defence Central public sector unit, signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Larsen & Toubro (L&T) for export of light weight Torpedoes (LWT- XP), designed and developed at Visakhapatnam-based Naval Science and Technology Laboratory (NSTL) and manufactured by BDL.

Jet, SpiceJet raise concerns over foreign ownership in India skies

Qatar Airways’ plans of launching a domestic airline in India may have hit an air pocket even before it took flight with Jet Airways and SpiceJet raising red flags over allowing foreign players in the domestic circuit.

Spicejet Emergency Landing Probe Points to info Block

Spicejet Emergency Landing Probe Points to info Block

A probe into the emergency landing of a SpiceJet flight, which had been taken on lease from a Bulgarian carrier along with the crew

What ails Neo engines? DGCA orders probe

What ails Neo engines? DGCA orders probe

Following 42 incidents of engine failure of Airbus 320 Neo aircraft being reported globally, including two in India, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)

Aviation min pulls up AAI over delays in night-landing at Juhu

In a major boost for Juhu aerodrome’s operations, the government has fast-tracked plans to equip the airport with night landing facilities after the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) got civil aviation minister Jayant Sinha to intervene in the matter.

55 Per Cent Flights Delayed In December

Data reveals at least one in two flights delayed at Mumbai airport. Even as IndiGo and SpiceJet disagree over whose flights were more on time.

Government To Airlines : Use Gagan GPS or Face Consequences

The government has warned domestic airlines of `consequences’ if they did not adopt the Rs 774 crore GPS-Aided Geo Aug mented Navigation system.

Tagless Air Travel Ends After Seven-Day Trial

The annoying airport ritual of fastening a tag on your hand baggage, getting it stamped, checked and rechecked will be re-introduced at Mumbai and six other airports today after a brief experiment that spared passengers the hassle.

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