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India dismisses China’s renaming of places in Arunachal Pradesh

India dismisses China’s renaming of places in Arunachal Pradesh

India on Thursday dismissed China’s act of giving its own names to six places in Arunachal Pradesh, saying “it doesn’t make illegally held territory legal”.

UK’s Rolls Royce, India’s DRDO working together on engine for fighter jets

UK’s Rolls Royce, India’s DRDO working together on engine for fighter jets

Britain’s engineering major Rolls Royce and DRDO have been working on developing an engine for military jets and the UK is keen on many such joint projects, British Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said today.

What is the GBU-43 bomb, nicknamed the ‘mother of all bombs’, that US dropped on Afghanistan?

What is the GBU-43 bomb, nicknamed the ‘mother of all bombs’, that US dropped on Afghanistan?

Commonly known as the Mother of all Bombs, the GBU-43 or the Massive OrdinanceAir Blast, is a large yield non-nuclear bomb. It had been developed by Air Force Research Laboratory’s Albert L. Weimorts for the United States Military.

Air India writes to ministry of civil aviation to tweak rules to take unruly passengers to task

With increasing incidents of passenger misbehavior with the crew of Air India, the national carrier is likely to write to the ministry of civil aviation to make sure that unruly passengers face action.

India, Russia to talk FTA, ways to up bilateral trade

India, Russia to talk FTA, ways to up bilateral trade

Trade ministers of India and Russia are expected to chalk out a road map for signing of a free trade pact the Eurasian Economic Union and take up issues to boost bilateral trade at a meeting here tomorrow. The Eurasian Economic Union includes Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

Kingfisher Airlines properties auction: No bidder turns up for prime real estate assets of Vijay Mallya

Kingfisher Airlines properties auction: No bidder turns up for prime real estate assets of Vijay Mallya

Kingfisher House was be put under the hammer for the fourth time after three failed attempts, Kingfisher Villa was put for sale for the third time.

Pakistan: 6 soldiers killed by militants

Pakistan: 6 soldiers killed by militants

Six Pakistani soldiers were killed after militants from Afghanistan attacked several border posts in the country’s restive northwest tribal region, the army said today.

AirAsia FEMA probe: ED summons former CEO MD Mittu Chandilya

AirAsia FEMA probe: ED summons former CEO MD Mittu Chandilya

The Enforcement Directorate has summoned former AirAsia India CEO and MD Mittu Chandilya in connection with a FEMA probe. Officials said the agency has asked Chandilya to depose before the Investigating Officer (IO) of the case here by the middle of this month, during which his statement is expected to be recorded under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).

Air India scouts for fuel suppliers at Washington, Tel Aviv airports

Air India scouts for fuel suppliers at Washington, Tel Aviv airports

Air India is looking for fuel suppliers at Washington and Tel Aviv airports, as the national carrier prepares to expand international services. The state-owned airline plans to start services to Washington and Tel Aviv in the coming months

Boeing gets 1,880 union workers to take voluntary layoffs

Boeing gets 1,880 union workers to take voluntary layoffs

Boeing’s machinists union, the touch labor that builds airplanes near Seattle, said about 1,575 workers had taken voluntary layoffs by the deadline in February.

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