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Army Chief Cancels Planned Visit To Pathankot Military Station After Violent Faceoff In Galwan Valley

After 1975 this is the first violent incident on the India-China border in which casualties have taken place.

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Misson Sagar: INS Kesari Returns To Port Louis, Mauritius

As part of Mission Sagar, Indian Naval Ship Kesari returned to Port Louis, Mauritius, on 14 June 2020, to embark the Indian Navy Medical Team.The 14-member medical team comprising specialist doctors and paramedics was disembarked at Port Louis with an aim to assist in management of COVID-19 pandemic

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Amid A Long-Drawn Meeting Between Indian & Chinese Army Commanders At The LAC, No Breakthrough Yet

Amid a long-drawn meeting between Indian & Chinese Army Commanders at the LAC, there is no breakthrough yet. Officials cautioned against expectations of any immediate resolution as there could be many such meetings between the commanders of both Armies.

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‘DRDO Must Find A Way Of Building A Suitable Fighter Engine’

“Increasing Chinese technological capability is an outcome of their sustained efforts in R&D. The IAF is working closely with DRDO and others to close the gap on these technological asymmetries”

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Leading Indian-American Aerospace Scientist Vivek Lall Appointed General Atomics Chief Executive

Indian-American Aerospace expert Vivek Lall takes over as a Chief Executive of General Atomics Global Corporation. Over a decade, Vivek Lall has been instrumental in driving major US-India defence deals and facilitating many technologically advance platforms & systems for India Armed Forces.

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Army Commanders Charted Their Plan Of Action Amid Hostile Border Situation

Over three days, the Indian Army’s apex leadership deliberated upon various aspects related to existing and developing security challenges.

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DRDO Must Find A Way Of Building A Suitable Fighter Engine In Partnership For Future Aircraft: Indian Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria

Again, amid the clashes and burning threat at LAC in Ladhak, IAF’s front line fighter jet Su 30 MKI scrambled & reverberated as it did during the Balakot air strike. But it is time to address capability gap too. While the first LCA Tejas Mk-1 in Final Operational Clearance standard got inducted into

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“Covid-19 Has Taught Us To Be Self-reliant: Major Gen Shashi Asthana (retd.)

"There is zero specification in telecom and maybe that is why India is so poor in telecom. Research and development is needed by all sectors.”

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Who: Comfortably Numb?

HE WHO has faltered in handling the Covid-19 pandemic. The politics played with China backed WHO DG Tedros Adhanom felt comfortably numb during the initial stage of the outbreak in China. Amid the crisis, POONAM KHETRAPAL SINGH, Regional Director, WHO South-East Asia, spoke with BW’s MANISH KUMAR JH

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India’s Public Expenditure On Health Is Mere 1.28%, Compared To Global Average Of 6.3%: David Rasquinha, MD, Exim Bank

David Rasquinha, MD of Exim Bank, speaks with BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha on such issues and if there will be any credit fallout due to the lockdown of markets globally.

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