Pakistan has sent a rare message of thanks to arch-rival India after a five-year-old boy who was taken to India by his father nearly a year ago was reunited with his Pakistani mother.
The Jawans deployed at places such as Siachen Glacier are provided with the best quality winter clothing. This comprises 22 items of clothing in all, including trousers, jackets, gloves and sunglasses.
TATA Power Company has acquired the Unattended Ground Sensors (UGS), the defence business division of NELCO. UGS is a part of automation & Control segment.
The country has inked a flurry of emergency deals for ammunition and spares worth around Rs 20,000 crore over the last two to three months to ensure its fighters and tanks, infantry and warships, are all ready to go to battle at short notice.
Union Health Ministry has launched a single vaccine for dual protection against measles and rubella as part of Universal Immunization Programme. The campaign against these two diseases will start from five regions, namely Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Goa, and Lakshadweep, covering nearly 3.6 crore target children.
Ex-Indian Air Force Su-30K destined for Angola makes its first flight after restoration; A Sukhoi Su-30K fighter jets which was previously operated by the Indian Air Force made its first flight after undergoing overhaul in Belarus.
India has held a range of talks on the sale of indigenously developed surface-to-air Akash missile and supersonic Bramhos missile to Vietnam, the government today said.
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5. Turn WiFi when NOT in use.
Pro jallikattu movement in Vellore a small city near Chennai has turned into a green initiative by group of youngesters. The volunteers have taken the initiatives to cleanup lakes and other water bodies in Vellore district.
There are over 25 lakh defence pensioners in the country of whom over 1.25 lakh are Nepali citizens, the Lok Sabha was informed today.