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Govt gets 45 initial bids for more than 200 regional routes

Govt gets 45 initial bids for more than 200 regional routes

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has received 45 initial bids from 11 parties to fly routes under the regional connectivity scheme (RCS) launched last year

Moody’s retains stable outlook for global airline industry

Moody’s retains stable outlook for global airline industry

nternational ratings agency Moody’s on Tuesday retained its stable outlook on the global airline industry, as it expects the declining

Serviceability of Su-30 and helicopter fleet has risen to 60%: Manohar Parrikar

Serviceability of Su-30 and helicopter fleet has risen to 60%: Manohar Parrikar

The serviceability rate of Sukhoi Su-30 — a twin-engine multi-role fighter aircraft in service with the Indian Air Force — has risen to 60 per cent, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said

Civil Aviation: MoUs on seaplanes, aeroboats and helicopter connectivity Vibrant Gujarat Summit

Civil Aviation: MoUs on seaplanes, aeroboats and helicopter connectivity Vibrant Gujarat Summit

Investments to operate seaplanes from Sabarmati riverfront to various tourist locations in Gujarat and providing helicopter connectivity to pilgrimage locations in the state were among the MoUs signed in the civil aviation

Mobile app for Indian Merchant Navy officers launched

Mobile app for Indian Merchant Navy officers launched

The Maritime Union of India (MUI), country’s oldest union representing Indian Merchant Navy Officers since 1939, has launched android based mobile app named MUI.

INS Betwa accident: Flood water pumped out, inflated floats placed below ship

INS Betwa accident: Flood water pumped out, inflated floats placed below ship

Inflated floats have been brought in to ‘right’ the capsized Indian Navy Ship (INS) Betwa, the guided missile frigate that met with a freak accident last month killing two sailors on-board.

Navy and Coast Guard to ink Rs 1,000-crore MoUs

Navy and Coast Guard to ink Rs 1,000-crore MoUs

In order to build dedicated jetties for parking ships and submarines on ports across Gujarat, both the Indian Navy and the Coast Guard will be signing MoUs worth over Rs 1,000 crore with the Gujarat government. This is the biggest quantum of MoUs to be signed by these two defence arms in the Vibrant summits […]

India’s Agni long-range missiles broke UN limits: Chinese media

India’s Agni long-range missiles broke UN limits: Chinese media

India has “broken” UN limits on nuclear arms and long-range missiles and Pakistan should also be accorded the same “privilege”, state-run Chinese media said today as it criticised New Delhi for carrying out Agni-4 and 5 missile tests

India needs 200-250 more Rafale fighters, 36 not enough: IAF chief Arup Raha

India needs 200-250 more Rafale fighters, 36 not enough: IAF chief Arup Raha

IAF chief Arup Raha on Wednesday said that while acquisition of 36 Rafale fighter jets was a good move, it was not enough. He said India needs about 200-250 more such fighters to maintain its combat edge over adversaries.

Arunachal: CM Khandu inaugurates 6th ALG in Tuting, 30 km from China border

Arunachal: CM Khandu inaugurates 6th ALG in Tuting, 30 km from China border

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu on Wednesday inaugurated the newly-constructed Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) at Tuting in Upper Siang district, hardly 30 kms from the international boundary with China, and said it would be of use for both defence as well as civilian purposes. This is the sixth ALG in the frontier state that […]

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