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Home Ministry Security Adviser rules out knee-jerk reactions

Home Ministry Security Adviser rules out knee-jerk reactions

The Sukma ambush is a “temporary setback” but there will be no “knee jerk-reactions” to the incident where 25 CRPF personnel were killed by a large group of Maoists on Monday, K. Vijay Kumar, Senior Security Adviser in the Home Ministry told The Hindu.

Training aircraft crashes in Vidarbha; 2 killed

Training aircraft crashes in Vidarbha; 2 killed

A flying instructor and a trainee pilot were killed when the aircraft they were flying crashed in the Vainganga river in Gondia district of Vidharba in Maharashtra at around 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

N. Korea stages large-scale artillery drill as U.S. submarine docks in South

N. Korea stages large-scale artillery drill as U.S. submarine docks in South

North Korea conducted a big live-fire exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military as a U.S. submarine docked in South Korea

Now, Australia wants a LEMOA

Now, Australia wants a LEMOA

Australia has put forward a proposal to have a logistics support agreement with India on the lines of the one concluded with the US. However, yet to take a call on it, India has said that it would first like to get the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Understanding (LEMOA) with the U.S. operational.

Mid-air row over national anthem

Mid-air row over national anthem

Low-cost airline SpiceJet “inadvertently” played national anthem mid-air on its flight last week, leaving passengers in a tizzy as they were strapped to their seats as the flight

Civil Aviation Ministry to check overbooking by airlines

Civil Aviation Ministry to check overbooking by airlines

The Civil Aviation Ministry has swung into action to crack down on the incidence of overbooking on domestic flights which rose by more than 60% in the last eight months despite stiff compensation rules for airlines.

Hyundai to help HSL become a world-class unit

Hyundai to help HSL become a world-class unit

The agreement of mutual cooperation to be signed between the governments of India and South Korea will pave the way for a strategic partnership between Hindustan Shipyard Limited, a Visakhapatnam-based Ministry of Defence enterprise, and Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd, the world’s leading shipbuilder.

Jet Airways local pilots allege ‘step-motherly’ treatment

Jet Airways local pilots allege ‘step-motherly’ treatment

Jet Airways is treating Indian pilots in a “step-motherly” manner compared to their expat counterparts on the rolls, pilots’ body NAG on Wednesday claimed.

India, Russia to upgrade military exercises

India, Russia to upgrade military exercises

India and Russia have agreed to upgrade their annual Indra bilateral military exercise to a multilateral level involving the three services. This will be a first for India in bilateral military exercises with any other country.

Beijing names six places in Arunachal in Chinese characters

Beijing names six places in Arunachal in Chinese characters

Within days of the Dalai Lama’s visit, China has reinforced its claims to Arunachal Pradesh by naming six places in the state in standardised Chinese characters, Tibetan and Roman alphabet letters.

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