Author: Business Insider

An unidentified Chinese vehicle was reportedly spotted in Leh, Indian Army denies infiltration

An unidentified chinese vehicle was spotted in Leh, according the media reports. Although Indian Army has said there were

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The Indian Army faces resource crunch with over 49,000 vacant posts

Looks like, the Indian Army is facing resource crunch even in a country where unemployment is high. Over 45,000 posts

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Armed forces might get an exemption from new vehicular emission norms

Indian armed forces and paramilitary forces are seeking an exemption from the stringent vehicle pollution norms, that are going

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Six airlines are interested in buying Jet Airways

Global private equity firm TPG Capital and international airline such as Lufthansa are among six entities who are believed

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US, Russia, France among countries to condemn terror attack in Kashmir

From the US to Russia and from Sri Lanka to Bhutan, the world condemned Pakistan-backed terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed's (JeM) attack

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India’s armed forces put on a glorious show for the President — inspired by a 17th century British tradition

India concludes its glorious 'Beating the Retreat’ ceremony on the third day following country’s Republic day, on 29 January

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India’s consumer court has begun cracking down on budget airlines denying boarding to passengers

Two years after IndiGo Airlines reportedly refused a male passenger from boarding a flight from Hyderabad to Chennai despite

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India is ‘right-sizing’ its military as part of a plan to make defence spending more efficient

At the end of last month, the Indian government continued work on one of the largest reform programmes of

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Tensions Are Still Simmering A Year After The World’s 2 Biggest Countries Almost Clashed Over A Border At The Top Of The World

At the end of August 2017, Indian and Chinese troops backed away from a 73-day standoff high in the

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Indian Aviation Hits A Snag: Parking Space, Flight Slots Are Scarce Across Airports

The Indian aviation industry has hit a snag, the airports are running out of preferred slots and parking space.

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