The Agusta Westland saga is a pertinent example of the selective memory syndrome gripping Indian politicians Mohan Guruswamy Delhi Anybody who sells any system, product or service to any organisation, which purportedly has an open and ... HardNews Magazine, 1 month ago
TO step up their preparedness in an emergency, city schools are coming up with stronger security systems to ensure safety of students. With strategic placement of cameras in corridors, play and parking areas, schools are now also ramping up ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
A Rs 36 billion deal for helicopters to ferry VVIPs that ran into rough weather ... A controversy that now threatens to park itself at the doorsteps of the Congress party... Nitin Gokhale, national security expert and founder BharatShakti.in, tells us what the controversy is all about. What was the need to buy new VVIP helicopters and when did the process begin? 2000: Aware that the Mi-8 VVIP helicopter fleet had only 10 years to go before being phased out, the Indian Air Force suggested ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
A Rafael multo-role combat aircraft from Dassault Aviation of France takes off at Yelahanka Airforce Station in Bangalore on Feb. 18, 2015, during Aero India 2015. (Photo: Manjunath Kiran/AFP/) NEW DELHI — After three dozen rounds of ...DefenseNews.com, 2 months ago
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