Author: The Times Of India

100 flights hit as fog continues to mess up travel plans

The capital saw dense fog again on Sunday that affected 75-100 flights and delayed 10 trains. However, the situation was better

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Army Chief for tapping AI, Big Data for defence forces

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Sunday stressed the need to focus on incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) and big data computing into the

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Over 50% Of Rs 59,000 Crore Rafale Price Already Paid Amid Political Slugfest

India has already paid more than half of the Rs 59,000 crore owed to France under the contract inked

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International Corporate Rivalry Behind Rafale Storm: Sitharaman

Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday suggested "an international corporate rivalry" could be behind the "artificial storm" being unleashed

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Taliban Won’t Meet Afghan Officials, Talks With US On Hold

The Afghan Taliban have denied media reports that they would hold talks with the US Special Representative for Afghan

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Need For New Approach To Civil-military Integration

Raisina Dialogue, an excellent sounding board for exchange of ideas, is supposed to be governed by ‘Chatham House’ rules,

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Dates Set To Privatise 4 Army Workshops, But Industry Not Roped In Yet

The Ministry of Defence (MoD), as part of its restructuring and privatisation policies has listed two army advanced base

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‘Army Mela’ A Hit Among Children

The two-day ‘Know Your Forces Mela’ organised by the Indian Army in the state capital concluded on Saturday.

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Govt wronged country, gifted windfall gains to Dassault: Congress

Keeping up the heat on the Rafale deal, Congress on Friday alleged the Modi government had wronged the country

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Defence ministry clears Rs 230 crore payment to private contractors

The ministry of defence (MoD), which owes private contractors over Rs 1,600 crore in pending bills, has released the

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