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The IAF men who died aboard the Herucles today. RIP

Names of those who died in the Hercules crash near Gwalior today, tweeted by NDTV's Nitin Gokhale:  Wing Commander Prashant Joshi, co-pilot Wing Commander Raji Nair, Squadron  Leader Kaushik Mishra, Navigator Squadron Leader Ashish Yadav, Warrant Officer KP Singh., 3 weeks ago

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Chief of Air staff Arup Raha at Port Blair as Malaysia seeks help for MH370

By sheer coincidence, Chief of Air Staff ACM Arup Raha is in Port Blair, tweets Nitin Gokhale.Search operations for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight with 239 people on board was on Wednesday extended to the Andaman Sea and India's help sought as international efforts to trace the aircraft that went missing five days ago yielded no breakthrough. As the massive 12-nation exercise involving 42 ships and 39 aircraft entered the fifth day, Malaysian civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Indias rising regional military engagement

New Delhi has been strengthening defense ties with countries across the region, writes Nitin Gokhale.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

"Pakistanis were not buying snow clothing for picnic"

An excerpt from Nitin Gokhale's book, 'Beyond NJ 9842: The
 INooz1 month ago "Pakistanis weren't buying snow clothing for picnic"  NDTV1 month ago 'Pakistanis were not buying snow clothing for picnic'  NDTV1 month ago

Missing names: Palekar seeks police probe

PUNE: Noted actor-director Amol Palekar and his wife, author and script-writer Sandhya Gokhale, have sought a police probe to find out the officials responsible for deletion of their names from the voters' list. They also want the police to ...
 Times of India1 hour ago

Army said no to Gujral's order to vacate Siachen

nder Kumar Gujral, the peacenik Prime Minister of a Congress-propped United Front Government, asked the Indian Army to withdraw from Siachen Glacier in 1997 to accommodate Pakistan. The then Indian Army chief, General V.P. Malik vetoed the move, ...
 The Sunday Guardian6 days ago

'Pakistan cannot be trusted'

'The Pakistani army has sold a myth to its population that it is deployed eyeball to eyeball with the Indian Army on the Siachen glacier, which it is not.' 'The Indian military has rightly advised the government not to fall for the rather spurious Pakistani demand to demilitarise Siachen.' Nitin A Gokhale's new book, Beyond NJ9842: The Siachen Saga, focuses on the little-known aspects of Operation Meghdoot -- launched exactly 30 years ago on April 13, 1984 to secure the Siachen glacier, the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Deccan B in last four of tennis tourney

Pune: Deccan B scored a 21-15 win over PYC B to enter the semifinals while PYC A and Deccan A thrashed their opponents in the super league encounters at the MSLTA Inter Club Tennis Championship (Pune Leg) of the Shashi Vaidya Memorial trophy being ...
 Sakaal Times4 weeks ago

Exclusive: Secure the Siachen Glacier!

On April 13, 1984 the Indian Army launched a daring operation at Siachen, the world's highest battlefield, to gain control over the glacier in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalayas. In the days to follow, Operation Meghdoot -- named after Kalidas's Sanskrit masterpiece -- secured the glacier and adjoining heights from Pakistani aggression. This operation has continued over the last 30 years with Pakistan making numerous failed attempts to dislodge the Indians from the Saltoro ridge along ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Malaysian authorities explore hijack theory in search for MH270

The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 now involves 25 countries and covers a vast area from central Asia to the southern Indian Ocean. China, France and the United States have all been asked for more satellite data, together with a ...
 ABC Radio Australia1 month ago
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