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Navy war room leak case: SC upholds sacking of naval officers

Navy war room leak case: SC upholds sacking of naval officers

The Supreme Court has upheld the government’s decision to sack two naval officers facing criminal trial in the 2005 Navy war room leak case.

MBDA Awarded Additional Marte Anti-Ship Missile Contract By UAE

MBDA Awarded Additional Marte Anti-Ship Missile Contract By UAE

MBDA has been awarded a contract by the UAE Navy to supply additional Marte MK2/N anti-ship missiles.

Parrikar to decide if defence chiefs’ wives can go abroad at govt expense

Parrikar to decide if defence chiefs’ wives can go abroad at govt expense

A debate is raging between the defence ministry and military headquarters over whether spouses of the army, navy or air force chiefs should be allowed to travel with them on an official visit abroad.

Aero Show 2017: Bengaluru to host new Rolls-Royce service delivery centre

Aero Show 2017: Bengaluru to host new Rolls-Royce service delivery centre

Rolls-Royce is opening a new service delivery centre in India to offer support for over 750 defence engines of 10 different engine types in use by the Indian armed forces

Pakistan concerned over peace in Indian Ocean: Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan concerned over peace in Indian Ocean: Sartaj Aziz

Aziz said Pakistan is third largest Indian Ocean littoral country and as a matter of policy it continues to pursue the goals of realising the economic potential of the region.

MoD posts to be manned by armed services identified

MoD posts to be manned by armed services identified

Almost 17 years after the Kargil Review Committee (KRC) spoke about integration of the armed forces personnel with the Ministry of Defence (MoD)

Unsafe encounter between Chinese military and US military planes

Unsafe encounter between Chinese military and US military planes

A Chinese military aircraft crossed near the nose of a Navy P-3C Orion anti-submarine and surveillance plane Wednesday

Navy bids farewell to spectacular Sea Harrier jump jets after 33 yrs

Navy bids farewell to spectacular Sea Harrier jump jets after 33 yrs

They were always a sight to behold, a force to reckon with. Fighters landing vertically, akin to helicopters, with ear-splitting roars on a moving airfield despite being fixed-wing. It left even the usually phlegmatic Manmohan Singh slightly nonplussed during the “PM’s day at sea” in 2006. Similar was the case of other politicians, before and after him, like A B Vajpayee and L K Advani

Navy downplays concerns of int’national naval exercise by Pak

Navy downplays concerns of int’national naval exercise by Pak

The navy today downplayed apprehensions over an international naval exercise being organised by Pakistan in the Arabian Sea this week, terming it as a “normal maritime activity” every nation was entitled to.

What’s In Store At India’s 68th Republic Day, 26 January, 2017

What’s In Store At India’s 68th Republic Day, 26 January, 2017

The highlights of this year’s Parade will be, a 149-member UAE Presidential Guard, the Air Force, the Navy and Army contingent led by a UAE band consisting of 35 musicians marching on Rajpath and presenting a ceremonial salute to the President of India. The UAE military contingent is led by Lt Col Abood Musabeh Abood Musabeh Alghfeli.

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