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Why India should join Russian in Syria

Warplanes from multiple countries are screaming through the skies over Syria. On the ground, terrorist groups are nibbling at Syria’s extremities. It is an environment that India should jump right into. Here are six good reasons why India needs to send its well-trained and ferocious military to defend beleaguered Syria. India

Indian-supplied Mi-25 gunships to join Afghan Air Force in 2 months

The Indian-supplied Mi-25 gunship helicopters will kick-off operations with the Afghan Air Force within the next two months, it has been reported. The delivery of the Russian-made gunships comes amid crucial need of close air support to the Afghan national security forces who are fighting the Taliban militants on their own

Government plans to use IAF to Counter Maoist

The stage is being set for history of an extremely infamous variety to be repeated in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh. Almost 50 years after the Indira Gandhi government's strafing and bombing of Aizwal in Mizoram (then Assam) from March 5 to 13, 1966 with the help of Indian Air

IAF opens Walong Advanced Landing Ground Near China

The Walong Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) in Arunachal Pradesh, which was abandoned after the 1962 India-China War, has been revived. The IAF’s Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Eastern Air Command, Air Marshal C Hari Kumar, inaugurated the restored Walong ALG on Friday. Air Vice-Marshal Manavendra Singh, senior Army officials and other dignitaries were

IAF expects full strength of 42 squadrons by 2027

Indian Air Force (IAF) boss, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, has verified Business Standard's report (October 2, " Parrikar cuts Gordian knot to boost Tejas line ") that the air force was ordering 120 (six squadrons) Tejas Mark I Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), triple the 40 aircraft it had previously

5 Air Strips to Come up on China Border Next Month

To counter China’s aggressive infrastructure expansion on its eastern front, five advanced air strips will be ready for use next month. These advanced landing grounds, capable of landing all types of transport and military aircraft, are developed in Arunachal Pradesh. In 2011 the Centre planned to develop seven advanced landing grounds

Facts to know about Indo-Pakistan War of 1965

The second Indo- Pak war in 1965 was started by the Pakistani Army. The war took place after Pakistan launched a covert operation across the ceasefire line in Kashmir. Pakistan attacked first by occupying the Kanjarkot area in Kutch. It subsequently opened new areas of war in Jammu and Kashmir.

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