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Indian Navy 10+2 B.Tech Notification 2020 – Cadet Entry Scheme

indian navy 10+2 btech entry 2020

Indian Navy 10+2 B. Tech Notification 2020 – Cadet Entry Scheme Applications are invited from UNMARRIED MALE CANDIDATES (fulfilling the conditions of nationality as laid down by the Govt. of India) for 10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme 2020 to join the prestigious Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala for a four year B.Tech degree course under the …

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Best Books To Crack NDA, Air Force And Navy SSR Exams

Best Books To Crack NDA, Air Force And Navy SSR

Best Books To Crack NDA, Air Force And Navy SSR Exams Best books for NDA Exam Different sources are accessible for getting ready NDA composed tests like great books, test papers, pas inquiry papers, and experience articles written by suggested up-and-comers. This post will be a conversation concerning the best assets accessible and planning materials …

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First Set Of Women Airborne Combatants Who Would Be Operating From Warships Selected

Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh

First Set Of Women Airborne Combatants Who Would Be Operating From Warships Selected Making HistoryIn yet another first in the history of Indian naval aviation, two women officers have been selected to join as “Observers” (Airborne Tacticians) in the helicopter stream. They would in effect, be the first set of women airborne combatants who would …

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Breaking Glass Ceiling: Rafale’s Squadron Golden Arrows To Get First Woman Fighter Pilot Soon

Rafale

Breaking Glass Ceiling: Rafale’s Squadron Golden Arrows To Get First Woman Fighter Pilot Soon A woman fighter pilot of the Indian Air Force will soon join the Golden Arrows squadron operating the newly-inducted Rafale fighter jets, official sources said on Monday. The woman pilot is undergoing training to fly Rafale aircraft, they said.She has been …

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In A Historic First, Two Woman Officers To Be Posted On Indian Navy Warship

Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh

In A Historic First, Two Woman Officers To Be Posted On Indian Navy Warship New Delhi: Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh will be the first women officers who will be deployed on Navy warships.The two young officers are training to operate a host of sensors on-board the Navy multi-role helicopters, including …

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Indian Military Puts In Place Mechanism To Ensure Uninterrupted, Fast Delivery Of Supplies In Ladakh

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Indian Military Puts In Place Mechanism To Ensure Uninterrupted, Fast Delivery Of Supplies In Ladakh Ladakh: With a tense situation at Ladakh border, Indian Air Force and Indian Army have adopted a mechanism that ensures uninterrupted and fast delivery of supplies.Forces are using C-17 and IL-76 aircraft along with Chinook helicopters to deliver supplies in forward …

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Adani’s Defence Subsidiary Acquires 51% Stake In PLR Systems

Adani Defence And Aerospace

Adani’s Defence Subsidiary Acquires 51% Stake In PLR Systems MUMBAI: Adani Land Defence Systems and Technologies Ltd, a step down subsidiary of Adani Enterprises, has bought 51% stake in the small arms business of Gwalior-based PLR Systems in an all-cash transaction.PLR Systems produces machine guns, carbines and other weapons for domestic and export markets. It was …

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India Yet To Formally Invite Australia To Join Malabar Naval Exercise Along With Us & Japan

INVITE AUSTRALIA TO JOIN MALABAR NAVAL EXERCISE

India Yet To Formally Invite Australia To Join Malabar Naval Exercise Along With US & Japan New Delhi: India is yet to formally invite Australia to the Malabar naval exercise, even as tensions between New Delhi and Beijing continue to soar. Talks are also on over whether or not the annual naval exercise should be postponed …

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India, China Talks To Ease Border Tensions End Inconclusively Again

India China Border Brigadier Level Meeting

India, China Talks To Ease Border Tensions End Inconclusively Again The brigade commander-level talks on Sunday were seventh in a row of discussions that started last Monday. The commander-level discussions failed to yield a breakthrough on disengagement, de-escalation. The meeting came two days after the defence ministers of India and China met in MoscowMilitary commanders …

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