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Pakistan has to walk away from terror: MEA spokesperson

Pakistan has to walk away from terror: MEA spokesperson

A day after Pakistan’s envoy expressed Islamabad’s desire to have good relations with India, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Gopal Baglay on Friday said that the neighbouring country has to walk away from the terror”.

SpiceJet retains lead over Jet as 2nd most valued aviation co

SpiceJet retains lead over Jet as 2nd most valued aviation co

Budget airline SpiceJet, which has surpassed Jet Airways to become the county’s second most valued aviation company, continued to retain the position today.

Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

Perhaps no other issue unites India as quickly as wrath against political masters. Shiv Sena parliamentarian Ravindra Gaikwad must never have thought his abrasive show of power would unite the aviation community in an unprecedented manner.

Afghanistan welcomes India’s ‘willingness’ to help Air Force

Afghanistan welcomes India’s ‘willingness’ to help Air Force

The Afghan Ministry of Defence (MoD) has welcomed India’s decision to consider whether to pay for repairs to grounded helicopters and transport planes from the Afghan Air Force as part of their willingness to step up military assistance to Kabul.

The Dangers Of Integrated Commands

The Dangers Of Integrated Commands

When the Centre for Joint Warfare Studies (CENJOWS) was set up in 2007, its mission was to “Rise above sectoral and departmental legacies, and examine joint warfare and synergy issues in their entirety”.

Emirates Airline Offers Laptop ‘Handlers’ For Passengers Hit By US Electronic Ban

Emirates Airline Offers Laptop ‘Handlers’ For Passengers Hit By US Electronic Ban

Dubai’s Emirates airline today announced it will provide a free packing-and-handling service for passengers on flights hit by a US ban on electronic devices larger than a standard smartphone.

Examining the Case for Complete Transfer of Technology

Examining the Case for Complete Transfer of Technology

A common refrain in the Indian defence sector is that all defence procurement contracts should contain the clause for full Transfer of Technology (ToT).1 India’s Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) itself mentions

Tawang a part of China, Dalai Lama’s visit would hurt ties, says Beijing think tank

Tawang a part of China, Dalai Lama’s visit would hurt ties, says Beijing think tank

A Chinese scholar, who advises Beijing on Tibet, said on Thursday that Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh was “a part of China” and that the Dalai Lama’s upcoming visit to Tawang would “hurt” relations between India and China.

IndiGo sets 30,000 feet altitude limit for Airbus A320neo planes

IndiGo sets 30,000 feet altitude limit for Airbus A320neo planes

InterGlobe Aviation Ltd-run IndiGo and Go Airlines (India) Ltd-run GoAir, among to first to fly the new Airbus A320neo,

Taiwanese Militarization Amid Growing Asia Pacific Instability

Taiwanese Militarization Amid Growing Asia Pacific Instability

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen has said Taiwan faces no choice but to arm itself with a submarine fleet, in the face of growing “Chinese aggression” in the South China Sea.