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GoI Directs Indian Navy and Air Force to Bring Back Citizens Stuck in Gulf Countries

The government has directed the Indian Navy to get their big sailing engines ready to bring back citizens stuck in the Gulf countries due...

Indian Navy, Restructuring its Organisational Setup to Cater to Advancements in its Military and Technical Systems

Indian Navy, the leanest of the three armed forces of the country, is contemplating restructuring its organisational setup to cater to the advancements in...

Britain Gets Its First Unmanned Minesweeping System, Announces Minister Guto Bebb

Britain's Royal Navy has taken delivery of its first unmanned autonomous minesweeping system, Defence Minister Guto Bebb said on Saturday. Bebb said the system, capable...

20 Facts to Know About India’s Indigenous Fighter Plane: Tejas

Tejas is the first indigenously Built Fighter Aircraft By India of International Standards The plans are to acquire over 80 aircraft with better specifications,...

20 Amazing Facts About Indian Navy That Everyone Should Know

NEW DELHI: India is the seventh-largest country in the world and owns the coastline of 7,516.6 km. Here comes the role of the Indian...

500-Year-Old carpenter’s skull recovered from Henry VIII’s warship goes Online in 3D as Part of Mary Rose Project

LONDON, September 7, 2016: A carpenter's skull recovered from Henry VIII's warship the Mary Rose, which sank in battle in 1545, can now be viewed...

Satellites provide pointers, but no signs of Indian Air Force aircraft yet

The missing aircraft, an upgraded AN-32 belonging to 33 Squadron, took off from Tambaram Air Force Station in Chennai at 8.30 a.m on...

Migrant Crisis: 385 people including an infant rescued by Italian Navy

Rome- An Italian navy vessel on Monday rescued 385 migrants from the Mediterranean on Monday including 42 women and 40 children, among them a...

India-Lanka joint naval exercise

Colombo/New Delhi: A six-day joint naval exercise between India and Sri Lanka commenced in the seas off Trincomalee, in the eastern part of the island...

HC allows permanent commission for women in Indian Navy

By NewsGram Staff Writer Delhi High Court on Friday announced "sexist bias and service bias" would not be allowed to block progress of women,thereby allowing permanent commission...

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