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Late night facility for civil airport shortly at Bagdogra: Manohar Parrikar

Late night facility for civil airport shortly at Bagdogra: Manohar Parrikar

Late night landing facility for civil aircraft may begin shortly at Bagdogra Airport in northern West Bengal, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said here on Sunday.

Boeing sounds out SpiceJet and Jet Airways on 737 MAX-10 aircraft

Boeing sounds out SpiceJet and Jet Airways on 737 MAX-10 aircraft

Boeing Co has approached India’s SpiceJet Ltd and Jet Airways Ltd as it gauges airlines’ interest in its 737 MAX-10 aircraft, the stretched version of the yet-to-be-delivered 737 MAX narrow-body jetliner, a senior executive said.

Defense ministry orders CBI probe into question paper leak of Army exam

Defense ministry orders CBI probe into question paper leak of Army exam

Defence ministry has ordered probe by the CBI into alleged leak of question papers in army recruitment after detected by Thane police on Sunday.

India has no grounds to extradite me over Kingfisher Airlines row: Vijay Mallya

India has no grounds to extradite me over Kingfisher Airlines row: Vijay Mallya

Vijay Mallya, the one-time billionaire who co-owns the Force India Formula One team, said on Wednesday that Indian authorities had no grounds to extradite him from Britain and he would not be leaving.

HAL’s Light Utility Helicopter makes show flight at Bengaluru’s Aero India 2017

A prototype of India’s indigenously developed Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) had its first flight at the 11th edition of the Bengaluru air show Aero India 2017 on Tuesday.

DRDO tests exo-atmospheric ballistic missile interception

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Saturday successfully tested an exo-atmospheric missile interception as part of the ballistic missile defence programme

Pakistan to build 50 bunkers along India border for civilians’ protection against cross-firing

Pakistan today decided to build at least 50 bunkers for civilians along the Working Boundary with India in the Punjab province to provide protection during cross-border firing incidents

Set back for Make in India initiative after IAF says no to advanced Hawk trainer jets

Set back for Make in India initiative after IAF says no to advanced Hawk trainer jets

In a probable setback to the Make in India initiative, the Indian Air force has declined the India-United Kingdom jointly developed upgraded advanced Hawk trainer jets.

Live rounds, boxes of explosives found in red fort

Security agencies were thrown into a tizzy after live rounds and boxes of explosives were found in a well inside the Red Fort.

India to host international nuclear security meet next week

Noting that possible use of weapons of mass destruction and related material by terrorists is no longer a theoretical concern, India will host a key meet on nuclear security here next week which will be attended by delegated from over 100 countries.

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