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Chopper scam: CBI questions Tyagi again, ED team to travel to S'pore, other countries
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Chopper scam: CBI questions Tyagi again, ED team to travel to ...

The Central Bureau of Investigation on Monday questioned former Indian air force Chief S P Tyagi and two others in connection with alleged irregularities in the AgustaWestland helicopter deal during which he was asked about alleged foreign remittances received by him. CBI sources claimed that some foreign remittances were allegedly received by him in 2009--two years after his retirement--which were the focus of questioning of Tyagi. They said he was asked about the source of these funds, ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Now, Tyagi faces ED heat in Agusta case Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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Meet the US Air Force's iconic A-10 Thunderbolt II

With the debate on about retiring the A-10 Thunderbolt II, we look at this iconic Air Force plane.​
 MSN India1 month ago Skill certificates given to Air force personnel going on retirement  News on Air1 month ago Skill India conducts its first ever placement ceremony for retiring Indian Air Force personnel through Skill Certification  PIB1 month ago

Pathankot probe

Dear Editor, As a retired Indian Air Force officer, I wonder what purpose and wisdom will be served in allowing a team of the Pakistani Military Intelligence and ISI to the sensitive military installation at Pathankot (“NIA to brief Pak. investigation ...
 State Times2 months ago
Business Today India

Tata's aviation dream a step closer to reality

Reuters/New Delhi Officially at least, Ratan Tata, patriarch of one of India's wealthiest business families, retired in late 2012. In reality, he has been a driving force behind Tata's bet on airlines and a rare public campaign to open up the ...
 Gulf Times1 day ago 0/20 rule boosts Tata's aviation ambitions  Business Today India2 days ago Ratan Tata a step closer to aviation ambitions as India opens up  Smart Investor2 days ago Rivals oppose Tata's Vistara and AirAsia's aviation entry  BDlive1 day ago
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Siasat Daily

Hyderabad Fund Case: UK court rejects India's bid to strike out Pakistan's 35 m pound claim

Pakistani rangers (wearing black uniforms) and Indian Border Security Force (BSF) officers lower their national flags during a daily parade at the Pakistan-India joint check-post at Wagah border, near Lahore November 3, 2014. India and Pakistan ...
 Siasat Daily4 days ago £35m Hyderabad fund case heads for solution  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago Pakistan wins against India in the Hyderabad Fund Case  SAMAA TV4 days ago Pakistan wins against Indian bid in the Hyderabad Fund Case  MediaLine Pakistan2 days ago
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India Today

PM Modi to get new official aircraft which can evade missiles, just like Air Force One

PM Modi has become one of the most frequent flying Prime Ministers of India, since he assumed office two years back. He prefers to work, sleep and hold meetings aboard his official aircraft, Air India One, a Boeing 747 aircraft. But defence ...
 Meri News3 days ago Travelling Obama style: PM Modi's new Air India One will be flying fortress that can dodge missiles  India Today5 days ago

Centre says it's ready to restore service pension of special force veterans

In a welcome news for as many as 5,727 Special Frontier Force (SFF) veterans who had retired before January 2009, the Centre has informed the Delhi high court that it was ready to restore service pension to them in line with the benefits available ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago
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Making Rs 2 crore a day, Nikesh Arora rocked at his job

The son of an Indian Air Force officer, Nikesh Arora worked for a brief period at Wipro, selling computers.Raghu Krishnan profiles the flamboyant business star. IMAGE: Nikesh Arora and wife Ayesha Thapar. Photograph: Kind courtesy Ayesha Thapar/Facebook Nikesh Arora has a rock star image in Indian start-up world. As president and chief operating officer at Softbank, Arora wrote unprecedented cheques to Indian start-ups — Oyo Rooms, Housing, Ola Cabs, Grofers and Snapdeal. The size of ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
ARY News.tv

Air India forced to ground 'overweight' flight crew

The India air regulator has refused to relax strict rules on 'overweight' cabin crew members and will ground 130 flight attendants at Air India. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation turned down a request by Air India to allow it to retain ...
 Travel Mole1 day ago Indian man finally gets gold medal 47 years after exam  ARY News.tv1 day ago India discards baseless article, says not aided violation of UN sanctions on DPRK  NewsFlow242 days ago India offers fully funded courses to Commonwealth citizens  NewsFlow242 days ago
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We will get a Virat Kohli in RBI too to take India's innings forward: Dharmesh Mehta, Axis Capital

In a chat with , Dharmesh Mehta, MD & CEO, Axis Capital, says when Sachin retired, people thought India is over but then Virat Kohli came up. RBI as an institution will keep on continuing the reform policy which rajan has started. Edited excerpts ...
 Economic Times5 days ago
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