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Pune lad to officiate at Wimbledon

PUNE: Ashay Shekatkar is feeling positively anxious. Rightly so, as the white badge umpire from Pune is one of the 10 officials from India selected for the greatest tennis tournament on the planet by a huge distance: the Wimbledon. "It is a big ... Times of India, 4 days ago
Pune boy Ashay ready to officiate at Wimbledon Times of India, 1 week ago

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The Freepress Journal, 4 days ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 4 days ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Indian lad to officiate at Wim

India's white badge umpire 21-year-old Ashay Shekatkar has been selected to officiate in the Wimbledon tennis championship. Ashay, who will be making his debut at SW19 as a line umpire, will be part of a posse of 10 Indian officials selected for the ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier4 days ago Indian lad to officiate at Wimbledon  The Freepress Journal4 days ago India Sets Up Three Committees for Defense Reforms  DefenseNews.com3 weeks ago

Reducing flab in armed forces

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has set up a 12-member committee headed by Lieut-Gen DB Shekatkar (retd) to suggest structural changes in the Army, the IAF and the Navy on cutting down flab and reducing revenue (maintenance) expenditure. Its ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 weeks ago
Observer Research Foundation

Rightsizing the military: The need for a comprehensive examination

The Defence Minister has recently announced the formation of an 11-member committee led by Lieutenant General DB Shekatkar (Retd) tasked to look into areas of overlap and convergence within the three forces — Indian Army, Navy and Air Force — ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 month ago Cutting nose to spite face  HT Syndication1 month ago

Rightsizing the Armed Forces: Problems and Prospects

Until last year, manpower reductions did not figure in Indian military modernisation discourse, though its centrality is well established in revolution in military affairs (RMA) worldwide. Instead, the Indian preference was for the recruitment of ...
 Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies12 hours ago

Pay, pensions and sloth eat up India's defence funds

Defence auditor has repeatedly found that revenue component of defence budget accounts for wasteful expenditure due to outdated processes, lackadaisical mindset. The tail that wags the dog Despite multiple reports warning of wasteful revenue ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Shipping And Marine Events

Government Plans Logistics Park to Facilitate Multi-Modal Transport

Government is planning to locate logistics parks next to ring road and by-pass roads in an effort to reduce pollution and traffic and facilitate multi-modal transport across the country, said Honourble Union Minister for Shipping and road ...
 Shipping And Marine Events1 week ago Indian Govt Mulls Logistic Parks to facilitate MTO  Maritime Global News1 week ago

India's defence needs more money, Mr PM

The PM's vision of a lean, agile, mobile and technology driven force requires more than 1.7 percent of GDP that it now gets, says Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd). In December 2015, at the Combined Commanders Conference on board the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke both frankly and forthrightly. The address provides the necessary insight into what have been his government's thrusts so far and also objectives in the years ahead for regional security and ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Three new defence ministry committees search for radical reform

spending; another with galvanising defence procurement by restructuring the ministry's acquisitions agency; and five sub-committees that evaluate how to bring in the private sector. The first committee - a 12-member body, headed by Lt Gen (Retired) ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
Financial Express

Indian Express Editorial: Taskundone

The Indian Air Force has only 33 fighter squadrons while it needs 45, to counter a two-front collusive threat. The navy has only 14 submarines, half the number it wants. The army doesn't have equipment for the new strike corps being raised on the ...
 Yahoo! India4 weeks ago Indian Express Editorial: Task undone  Financial Express4 weeks ago Task undone  Yahoo! India4 weeks ago
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