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GoAir reaffirms its trust in Ramco, upgrades Ramco Aviation Suite to V5.8 across 23 locations

GoAir reaffirms its trust in Ramco, upgrades Ramco Aviation Suite to V5.8 across 23 locations

Ramco Systems announced that it has been mandated byGoAir, India’s fastest growing LCC, to upgrade its Ramco Aviation Suite V5.5 to Ramco Aviation M&E/MRO Solution V5.8. This upgrade will further automate and enhance its maintenance functions. The upgrade will cover modules for Engineering & Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO), Materials Management, Quality and Maintenance. The […]

Full Text of Parrikar’s Speech at the Commissioning of India Made CGS Victory and two Chetak Helicopters in Mauritius

Full Text of Parrikar’s Speech at the Commissioning of India Made CGS Victory and two Chetak Helicopters in Mauritius

“I am happy to note that many of the latest equipment currently deployed by the Indian Armed Forces have been provided to Mauritius,” Parrikar.

Parrikar in Mauritius for the commissioning ceremony of Indian made CGS Victory and two Chetak helicopters.

Parrikar in Mauritius for the commissioning ceremony of Indian made CGS Victory and two Chetak helicopters.

In the first ever visit by an Indian Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar, arrived in Mauritius on December 10 on a two day visit. Parrikar was the Special Guest of Honour at the Commissioning Ceremony of Indian made CGS Victory and two Chetak Helicopters.

Chief of Army Staff Visit to China

Chief of Army Staff Visit to China

The visit aims at engaging China on subjects of mutual concern and shared interest, which include terrorism, humanitarian assistance and Peace keeping training.

Emirates moves to an all wide-body fleet

Emirates moves to an all wide-body fleet

Emirates has become the world’s first and only airline to operate all Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft for its passenger flights. The airline recently retired the last Airbus A330 and A340 aircraft in its fleet from active service in line with its vision to offer a superior passenger experience.

Opinion Piece: BRICS and BEYOND By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd)

Opinion Piece: BRICS and BEYOND By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd)

The Eighth BRICS Summit Meeting has just concluded in Goa, India. It was conducted over two days on 15 and 16 October 2016. The Author has aptly summarised the takeaways for India. As per him, India has been successful in placing her cards on the table though with partial success. Media reports sway between positives and negatives for India depending on who writes them. The truth is likely to be somewhere in between, he adds.

India signs purchase agreement for Kamov, frigates and S-400 defence systems from Russia

India signs purchase agreement for Kamov, frigates and S-400 defence systems from Russia

India, which still procures 70 per cent of its defence equipment from Russia, on Saturday inked three major pacts — to acquire and make Kamov helicopters as well as four frigates besides purchase S-400 air defence system from Moscow — to bolster country’s military preparedness

GAA SpeedJet Aviation partners Jet Airways to train students at Mumbai Airport

GAA SpeedJet Aviation partners Jet Airways to train students at Mumbai Airport

GAA SpeedJet Aviation, a partnership between Gulf Aviation Academy and domestic aviation training institute SpeedJet Aviation, has tied up with leading private carrier Jet Airways to provide on-ground training to its students from the current batch of cabin crew and ground staff. Jet Airways offered students lessons in ground duties – including airport check-in, passenger and cargo handling at T2 terminal of the Mumbai international airport.

Unravelling the Mystery of Brahmaputra River Issue

Unravelling the Mystery of Brahmaputra River Issue

Any activity by China on the Brahmaputra River creates a furore in India. China is the upper riparian state, has not entered into any water sharing agreement and is carrying out projects for hydroelectric power in her territory. She is also expected to divert the waters of Brahmaputra River to the North from Great Bend. It is necessary to take a balanced and holistic view of the issue and how India should handle it.

America Must Stand by India-and Pressure Pakistan

America Must Stand by India-and Pressure Pakistan

Third, the United States should appreciate—rather than take for granted—India’s long-standing, if perpetually strained, policy of strategic restraint. Recently, India announced that it will seek to diplomatically isolate Pakistan from all forums. The United States should aid this effort in every way, including laying out clear steps that Pakistan must undertake to avoid being labeled […]