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Goa: AAI turns down Navy’s request to cut down summer flights

Goa: AAI turns down Navy’s request to cut down summer flights

Airport Authority of India (AAI) has turned down the request of the Indian Navy to reduce frequency of flights at the Goa International Airport during the summer schedule which comes into force from April.

Government nod to air services pact with Greece, security MoU with Australia

Government nod to air services pact with Greece, security MoU with Australia

The government today granted its approval to the signing of Air Services Agreement (ASA) between India and Greece which allows the airlines of the two countries to fly in each other’s territory.

Russia still India’s largest defence partner

Russia still India’s largest defence partner

Despite India expanding its military ties with the US, Europe and Israel, Russia remains New Delhi’s number one supplier of weapons with America at a distant second, according to a report on global arms trade in the last five years.

SpiceJet says India’s $85 billion plane orders still not enough

India’s airlines have ordered about 850 planes valued at about $85 billion in recent years. SpiceJet Ltd, a budget carrier, says that’s still not enough to meet demand.

Tata Advanced Systems win contract from MoD for surface surveillance radar project for Navy

Tata Advanced Systems win contract from MoD for surface surveillance radar project for Navy

India’s defence ministry (MoD), on Wednesday signed a contract with Tata Advanced Systemes Ltd’s subsidiary NOVA Integrated Systems Limited (NISL), to execute Indian Navy’s Surface Surveillance Radar (SSR) project.

Donald Trump’s new national security adviser a soldier-scholar

Donald Trump’s new national security adviser a soldier-scholar

President Donald Trump has chosen as his national security adviser a soldier-scholar who fought in both Iraq wars and published an influential book that called out the US government for “lies” that led to the Vietnam War.

ASEAN unsettled by China’s weapon systems, tension in South China Sea

ASEAN unsettled by China’s weapon systems, tension in South China Sea

Southeast Asian countries see China’s installation of weapons systems in the South China Sea as very unsettling and want to prevent militarisation and urge dialogue to stop

Jet mid-air scare: 1 pilot slept, the other on wrong frequency

Jet mid-air scare: 1 pilot slept, the other on wrong frequency

Satellite-based communication prevented the ‘incommunicado’ Jet Airways Mumbai-London flight with 330 passengers on board from getting into more trouble over German skies when it was intercepted by fighter jets last Thursday

BSF foils infiltration bid, militant killed; recovers an AK-47 rifle

BSF foils infiltration bid, militant killed; recovers an AK-47 rifle

BSF has foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir and gunned down a militant.

China building third aircraft carrier based on American models

China building third aircraft carrier based on American models

China is building a third aircraft carrier based on American models as it seeks to fortify its claims in the disputed South China Sea and dominate the larger Indian Ocean region to realise its blue water aspirations.

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