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Stalls offer insight into aerospace, defence courses

In the midst of defence contractors and manufacturers, Aero India 2017 also provided an opportunity for educational institutions to reach out to students about their courses in the defence and aerospace sectors. The Indian Institute of Management Bangalore ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

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British defence spending dipped below NATO target in 2016 -think tank

Britain's defence spending last year dipped just below the NATO military alliance's target of 2 percent of gross domestic product, the International Institute for Strategic Studies said on Tuesday.
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Defence Budget sees marginal overall increase, gets overshadowed by manpower cost

New Delhi [India], Feb. 2 (ANI): Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has increased the defence budget by a sum of 16,000 crore. Jaitley while presenting the Union Budget for 2017-2018 announced that Rs. 2,74,114 crore is allocated for defence expenditure, excluding ...
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Hike in defence capital outlay may not be enough: experts

The 10 per cent increase in the capital outlay for modernisation programmes in the defence forces might not be sufficient to keep pace with changing dynamics of military preparedness, experts feel. Even though the capital outlay for the three defence services ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

India, UAE ink defence, security pacts

Seeking to boost security collaboration, India and the United Arab Emirates today inked two pacts to enable cooperation in the areas of cyberspace, armaments, defence industries and transfer of technology. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and Mohammed Al ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter to visit India next week

Reflecting a new bonhomie of Indo-United States defence ties, the Pentagon on Friday announced that outgoing Defence Secretary Ashton Carter would be visiting India next week on his final around the world trip. Slated to be in India on December 8, Carter would travel to Japan, Bahrain, Israel, Italy and Great Britain before returning to the US on December 16. This is for the first time that an outgoing American Defence Secretary has included India in his itinerary for the final overseas ...
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Pak military supports terror groups against India: Report

Pakistans military continues to support terrorist groups that attack India to keep it "off balance" and draws international mediation into dispute over Kashmir, according to a report by a group of eminent South Asian experts from 10 major American think ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Pak military continues to support terror groups against India  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Taiwan becomes a football between the United States and China

[China], Jan.31 (ANI): Taiwan is very much in danger of becoming caught in a major power play between the United States of America and China, especially considering President Donald trump's reckless approach on foreign policy. For the whole of the People's ...
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Demonetisation: A monumental blunder

The one rationale for demonetization that was commonly accepted as legitimate was its presumed attack on 'black money'. The other two reasons advanced for it by the government, namely eliminating counterfeit currency and facilitating the move to a cashless economy, scarcely carried credibility. The total value of counterfeit currency was minuscule: a study by the Indian Statistical Institute and the National Investigation Agency put it at only Rs 400 crore, or 0.022 per cent of the total ...
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Riskfactor: That gut feeling

Have you ever had situations where you could not explain why you did something but just felt that it was the right thing to do? Do you have those gut feelings, sixth sense, or that inexplicable direction from the cosmos that tells you what to do? That’s ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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