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IAF jet crashed in West Bengal. Image Source: Hindustan Times
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KOLKATA: A Hawk advanced jet trainer of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed in Midnapore district in West Bengal shortly after taking off from an air base.

Both pilots ejected safely following the crash around 11 a.m., officials said. The jet had taken off from the Kalaikunda base.

The IAF has ordered a Board of Inquiry into the crash. (IANS)

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A Health Application Launched By The Indian Air Force

The 'MedWatch', is first such health app to be built by any of the three armed forces.

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FILE - A woman poses for a photograph next to an Indian Air Force (IAF) light utility helicopter on display at Yelahanka air base in Bengaluru, February 18, 2015. Image source: Reuters

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has launched a mobile health app to provide health information to the users, including first-aid and other health and nutritional topics, Ministry of Defence said on Tuesday.

The ‘MedWatch’ was launched on Monday on the occasion of IAF’s 86th anniversary and was conceived by the the doctors of IAF and developed in-house by Directorate of Information Technology (DIT) “with Zero financial outlay”.

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IAF jet crashed in West Bengal. Image Source: Hindustan Times

“‘MedWatch’ will provide correct, Scientific and authentic health information to airwarriors and all citizens of India.

“The app is available on www.apps.mgov.gov.in and comprises host of features like information on basic First Aid, health topics and nutritional facts; reminders for timely Medical Review, vaccination and utility tools like Health Record Card, BMI calculator, helpline numbers and web links,” the ministry said in a statement.

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The ‘MedWatch’, it added, is first such health app to be built by any of the three armed forces. (IANS)