Author: Telegraph India

Airport Bar Stays High

Bombay High Court has refused to set aside three new conditions in tenders for ground-handling services at the Mumbai

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Lowest Defence Funds Since ’62

India's defence spending next fiscal will be the lowest since 1962, in terms of percentage of the gross domestic

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BSF Ammo On Display In Jeypore

The 84th battalion of the Border Security Force (BSF) conducted a one-day exhibition, showcasing various arms, ammunition and equipment

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SpiceJet Flight To Sikkim

Low-cost airline SpiceJet has been granted permission to fly to Pakyong in Sikkim from Calcutta under the civil aviation

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Exposure To Army Artillery

Military weapons and equipment were displayed at the 'Know your Army' exhibition held here on Friday. The Army Air

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Flight Boon For Districts

Air Deccan will run flights to at least five places from Calcutta by the end of this month under

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Territorial Army Entry For Women

Delhi High Court has paved the way for women to be recruited to the Territorial Army, saying any provision

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The Rafale Purchase Controversy

There is something about the procurement of military equipment from western commercial sources that generates public interest far greater

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Airline To Pull Out Bali Flight

Vacationers making a trip to Bali after mid-January might have to choose from longer, costlier travel options because AirAsia

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China Coddles Pak Town, India Fears Naval Use

China is lavishing vast amounts of aid on a small Pakistani fishing town to win over locals and build

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