Egypt says air force, Navy join in Yemen intervention

 Egypt on Thursday said that its air force and navy are participating in a Saudi-led intervention against Shiite Huthi rebels in Yemen to restore legitimacy and stability in the country.

Indian plane arrives to remove jet from Kathmandu airport

India on Thursday rushed experts and an Air Force transport plane with equipment to Nepal to remove a Turkish Airliner that skidded off the runway here yesterday, forcing closure of the country's only international airport for two days, stranding thousands of passengers.

China's stealth fighter makes brief appearance in Air Force film
China's stealth fighter makes brief appearance in Air Force film

China`s prototype stealth fighter, the J-20, has made a rare appearance on screen after a brief shot of it was included in a new Chinese Air Force recruitment video.

India's ailing air force at risk in tough neighbourhood

India`s air force risks a major capability gap opening up with China and Pakistan without new western warplanes or if local defence contractors can`t produce what the military needs in a timely manner.

First all-women march by Army, Navy and Air force personnel

India witnessed the first march by women Army, Navy and Air force personnel at the 66th Republic Day parade here on Monday.

All-women contingent march down Rajpath on R-Day

For the first time in the history of India's Republic Day, women empowerment in the armed forces was showcased as an all-women contingent from the three forces- Army, Air Force and Navy- marched down the majestic Rajpath.

Air Chief inspects establishments near Chennai

Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha , concluded his two-day inspection of the twin Air Force Establishments at the Avadi and Tambaram, near Chennai on Thursday.

Libya air force says bombed tanker in Islamist-held port

The air force of Libya`s internationally recognised government said Monday that it carried out a deadly weekend air strike on an oil tanker in the Islamist-held eastern port of Derna.

Libyan air force targets militants in Misrata

The Libyan air force Sunday carried out airstrikes on targets in Misrata city linked to the Libya Dawn militant group.

Singapore activates air force, navy for search for missing jet

Singapore said on Sunday it has activated its air force and navy to help in the search and rescue operation for the AirAsia jet that went missing on a flight from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore. 

Wing Commander's family looted on Yamuna Expressway

Family of an Air Force officer was allegedly looted by some armed men on Yamuna Expressway when they were on their way to Agra from Delhi, police said on Saturday.

Four killed as Sri Lankan Air Force plane crashes

At least four people were killed and one person was injured after a Sri Lanka Air Force plane crashed near Colombo on Friday, police said.

Manohar Parrikar to meet top defence brass in Delhi today

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will hold a series of meetings with the top brass of the three services and his ministry starting Monday.

Man poses IRS officer, arrested; maps of army camps recovered

A man was on Thursday arrested for allegedly extorting money posing as an Indian Revenue Services officer also maps, photographs and video of army training camps have been recovered from him, police said.

India developing air-launched version of Nirbhay missile

 DRDO is developing an air-launched version of the 1,500-km-range Nirbhay sub-sonic cruise missile which would be capable of being fired from the Air Force's frontline Su-30MKI combat aircraft.

J&K floods: Centre rejects claims of 'selective rescue' by Army, Air Force and NDRF

Centre on Thursday rejected allegations that NDRF, Army and Air Force carried out "selective rescue" operations in the flood affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir saying these forces were helping whomsoever possible.

Railways runs special trains for people stranded in flood-hit J&K

Northern Railway has taken several measures for the people stranded in flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, like running special trains from Katra, Udhampur and Jammu to different parts of the country and attaching extra coaches to regular services.

The situation in Jammu and Kashmir is ' very serious': Omar Abdullah

Jammu and Kashmir Chief minister Omar Abdullah termed the situation in the state as ' very serious' on Wednesday even as over 50,000 people have been rescued by the Indian Army in the worst floods that the state has seen in the last six decades.

J&K floods: Army evacuates over 47,000 people, 4 lakh still stranded

About four lakh people were still stranded and desperate for help on Tuesday in flood-ravaged Kashmir Valley where heavy rains have eased to help scale up the massive multi-agency rescue and relief efforts in which over 47,000 people have been safely evacuated.

J&K floods: Election Commission defers poll preparedness review visit
J&K floods: Election Commission defers poll preparedness review visit

The rescue and rehabilitation operations in the flood-hit state of Jammu and Kashmir were stepped up on Wednesday as weather condition improved.