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Travel operators in wait and watch mode after new US travel restrictions on middle eastern airports

Travel operators in wait and watch mode after new US travel restrictions on middle eastern airports

Travel operators are in a wait and watch mode after new travel restrictions by the US from 10 airports mainly in the Middle East and North Africa on electronic carry on items.

China is not militarising South China Sea: Premier Li Keqiang

China is not militarising South China Sea: Premier Li Keqiang

China is not militarising the South China Sea, Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday, although he acknowledged that defence equipment on islands in the disputed waterway had been placed there to maintain “freedom of navigation”.

Assault choppers to remain with IAF: Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa

Assault choppers to remain with IAF: Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa

The Indian Air Force will continue to operate assault choppers and will not transfer its assets to the Army that is also raising a fleet of attack helicopters, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa has said.

In a first, IAF heads for drills to Israel

In a first, IAF heads for drills to Israel

In a first, Indian forces are set to head for Israel to take part in joint military drills that will have significant strategic implications given the list of participants that includes US, France and Germany.

Jet Airways, Air India to gain from US ban on flight gadgets

Jet Airways, Air India to gain from US ban on flight gadgets

Jet Airways and Air India will benefit from the ban imposed by the US government on large electronic devices from cabin luggage on passenger flights from eight Muslim-majority countries

Japan navy inducts second helicopter carrier Kaga as it pushes against China’s influence in Asia

Japan navy inducts second helicopter carrier Kaga as it pushes against China’s influence in Asia

Japan’s second big helicopter carrier, the Kaga, entered service on Wednesday, giving the nation’s military greater ability to deploy beyond its shores as it pushes back against China’s growing influence in Asia.

US military contractor to open training centres in China

US military contractor to open training centres in China

The founder of US private military contractor Academi, formerly known as Blackwater, has announced that he will open security personnel training centres in China, local media reported on Wednesday.

US leaders discuss possibility of India becoming partner

US leaders discuss possibility of India becoming partner

The possibility of India becoming America’s partner in the 21st century world order was discussed by top Senators, diplomats and security leaders who feel that the US faces challenges to its global dominance.

View: Narendra Modi may be getting too powerful for his own good

View: Narendra Modi may be getting too powerful for his own good

India has never been a perfect democracy. But for decades it’s succeeded in being a representative one. Its politics are raucous, with dozens of parties and unwieldy ruling coalitions.

Air India may launch direct flight from Amritsar to Birmingham

Air India may launch direct flight from Amritsar to Birmingham

Government-owned Air India is looking to launch a direct flight service to Birmingham from Amritsar, Parliament was informed today.

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