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SOURCE: ENS Dr RK Tyagi, Chairman of Aeronautical Society of India (AeSI) and former chairman of HAL, on Friday stressed the need to establish an organisation—Indian Defence Finance Corporation (IDFC) on the lines of Indian Railway Finance Corporation (IRFC) to meet the financial needs of the huge potential of industrial growth in defence and aerospace […]
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SOURCE: LIVE MINT Just days after Pakistan arrested Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) cracked down on Saeed, stating that the agency had irrefutable evidence that the Lashkar-e-Toiba leader had created a vast hawala network in the country to establish sleeper cells of the terror outfit. ?On 18 July, the NIA filed […]
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SOURCE:  SP Guide Publications Intelligence vetting of the post-strike damage assessment puts the final tally of Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists killed in India’s daring pre-dawn air strike at Balakot on February 26 at 263. “The damage to the terrorist training camp was substantiated by very high resolution synthetic aperture radar satellite imagery provided by a friendly country,” […]
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SOURCE: TNN China has signalled a strong desire to work with India in taking concrete steps towards “early settlement” of the boundary dispute. The signal comes from a senior diplomat ahead of Chinese president Xi Jinping’s visit to India in October.“As two neighbours and time-honoured civilizations, I think the two countries have sufficient political wisdom […]
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SOURCE:  SP Guide Publications   Not one of the 11 glide bombs dropped by Pakistan Air Force (PAF) jets during their attack on Indian targets across the Line of Control (LoC) on February 27 hit the target, highly-placed military sources disclosed to SP’s. As the dust settles on the air strike by India on a […]
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SOURCE: ZEE MEDIA The Defence Ministry on Sunday announced that the 11th edition of the biennial DefExpo will be held in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, in 2020. It may be recalled that the show was held in Chennai in 2018 and Uttar Pradesh is going to host the biennial show for the first time ever. “The […]
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SOURCE: DailyExcelsior While the nation is celebrating two decades of successful “Operation Vijay” where the belligerent neighbour was badly defeated by mighty Indian Army in Kargil war, veterans of Indian Army now see a big change in Indian political will to make the enemy shiver down the spine. “Look this is the testimony of new […]
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SOURCE: IANS The Indian space agency has done some hard work on the ground so that its moon lander — Vikram — can soft-land safely and rover — Pragyaan — can move around, said a senior retired official. “The surface of the earth and that of the moon are entirely different. So we had to […]
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SOURCE: REUTERS Iran said on Sunday that all 23 crew members of the seized British-flagged Stena Impero tanker were “safe and in good health”, the head of the Ports and Maritime Organisation of Iran in Hormozgan Province told state TV. “All the 23 crew members are aboard the ship are safe and in good health […]
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SOURCE: OUTLOOK INDIA Fifty years ago, on July 24 1969, America’s Apollo 11 mission returned from the moon. Three astronauts, pilots Michael Collins and Edwin Aldrin and commander Neil Armstrong, took eight days to take off from Florida, go to the moon and come back. On July 22, India will send its first spacecraft to […]

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