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Dassault, Boeing and Saab — the front-runners for IAF’s 114 fighter jet contract

France’s Dassault Aviation, American firm Boeing and Swedish Saab are the front-runners for the Indian Air Force’s multi-billion dollar

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Behind final clearance for Tejas, 10 concessions given to fighter jet

The indigenously-built Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), Tejas, received around 10 concessions, which enabled it to get the final operational

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Not IAF pilot error but HAL upgrade tech glitch suspected in Bengaluru Mirage 2000 crash

It wasn’t pilot error but a possible lapse during the aircraft upgrade process that led to the 1 February

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Chopper delivery from India to Afghanistan delayed by a year, now likely in June

Four Mi-25 gunship helicopters promised by India to Afghanistan in July last year are likely to be delivered this

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Pakistani Airspace Closure Continues To Affect World’s Flights, Air India Worst-hit

It has been 17 days since Pakistan announced the closure of its airspace, a day after India launched airstrikes

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Pakistani airspace closure continues to affect world’s flights, Air India worst-hit

It has been 17 days since Pakistan announced the closure of its airspace, a day after India launched airstrikes

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Not designating Masood Azhar a terrorist hurts regional stability: US tells China, UN members

Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar meets the criteria to be designated as a global terrorist and not doing so is

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Russia remains India’s biggest defence supplier despite tilt towards US

India may have seen a strategic tilt towards the US in the last decade, but Russia continues to be

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Modi govt’s Jamaat-e-Islami ban last thing volatile Valley needs, say Kashmir experts

The Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu & Kashmir is said to be the parent political party of the Hizbul Mujahideen, the Syed

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It is more dangerous for Pakistan if Pulwama was planned to sabotage military chief Bajwa

Most independent analysts and world leaders have concluded that Pakistan’s successive military chiefs, including the current General Qamar Javed

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