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Will INS Vishal Opt For British Power?

London hopes to convince New Delhi's naval planners to power India's second indigenous aircraft carrier with the Queen Elizabeth's integrated all-electric propulsion system.Ajai Shukla reports.......

China's new nuke-capable missile can strike from space

Revelations about an advanced Chinese missile test in August have startled many by the technological knowhow displayed by China. IMAGE: An LY-80 surface-to-air missile weapon system displayed at......

Mumbai girl Aarohi to re-enact India's 1st commercial flight by JRD Tata

Aarohi Pandit, the world's first woman pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean solo in a light sport aircraft, is all set to re-enact on the 15th of this month India's first commercial......

Is India ready for a Maritime Theatre Command?

Mere shuffling of resources or cosmetic changes to prove a point would be counterproductive in the long run, observes Commodore Venugoptal Menon (retd). Photograph: SpokespersonNavy/Twitter......

India overwhelmingly elected to non-permanent seat in UNSC

New Delhi's candidature was unanimously endorsed by the 55-member Asia-Pacific grouping, including China and Pakistan, in June last year. India has been overwhelmingly elected as a non-permanent......

Business travel takes off again on a wing and a prayer

Business executives are finally dusting off their long-unused suitcases to resume travel, thanks to a good vaccination rate, a drop in fresh cases, and an easing of travel restrictions. It comes......

India set to see a median increase in salaries of 7% in 2021: Survey

Three sectors – pharma, high tech and consumer products – are projected to spur salary growth in India as they are expected to perform relatively better and offer better hikes.......

Many reasons why Jet Air may miss the flight path, once again

If the Murari Lal Jalan-Kalrock Capital combine can script a turnaround, it will have pulled off a bigger coup than Ajay Singh did with SpiceJet in 2014. In 2014, when Kalanithi Maran threw up his......

Despite airpockets, airlines will stay airborne

The initial speculation over who is likely to down shutters seems to have given way to a resigned acceptance that all the players are determined to stay in the game.Anjuli Bhargava reports.......

How Covid-19 weakened Air Asia India beyond recovery

In India, many players are in the throes of chaos and pain but at least one partnership -- Air Asia India -- that was fraying even before the pandemic now finds itself at breaking point, says......

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