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.

Special: Can India handle an air attack similar to 9/11?

With just two days left for the 13th anniversary of the tragic 9/11 attack on the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, what will happen if an attack of the same magnitude happens in India? Will India be able to brace itself?

J&K floods: Biggest tragedy in 60 years

Jammu and Kashmir is battling with the worst floods that has hit the state in the last 60 years.

J&K floods: Over 45,000 people rescued, lakhs still stranded
J&K floods: Over 45,000 people rescued, lakhs still stranded

Massive rescue operations continued in the flood-hit area of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday as weather conditions improved even as the death toll crossed 200 in the worst floods that the state has seen in the last 60 years.

Navy joins flood rescue mission in J&K

Navy commandos on Monday joined the massive rescue operations being carried out by the Army, Air Force and NDRF in flooded parts of Kashmir Valley, rescuing around 200 stranded people on the Srinagar-Sopore Highway.

Jammu & Kashmir floods: PM announces Rs 1000 crore for rehabilitation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared the floods in Jammu and Kashmir a 'national level' disaster on Sunday announcing a special assistance of Rs 1,000 crores for the rehabilitation and relief work.

Iraqi PM orders air force to help Kurds fight Islamic State

Iraq`s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki ordered his air force for the first time to back Kurdish forces against Islamic State fighters after the Sunni militants made another dramatic push through the north, state television reported.

Russian fighter jet crashes, pilot killed

A pilot was killed when a Russian fighter jet crashed in southern Russia Sunday morning, a senior Air Force official said.

HAL to analyse black box of crashed ALH Dhruv

The Hindustan Aeronautics Limited will analyse the black box of Air Force`s ALH Dhruv chopper that crashed on Friday, killing seven military personnel including two officers, to find out the exact reasons behind the mishap.

US Air Force to launch new surveillance satellites

The US Air Force will launch new satellites today to track those of other countries and counter possible threats to American spacecraft, officials said.

Delhi HC reserves order on plea against fees levied by Armed Forces panel

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday reserved its verdict on a plea of the bar association of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) seeking quashing of Centre`s decision to hike court fees for filing petitions in the panel.

Yemeni air force bombs Shi`ite rebels after ceasefire collapses

The Yemeni air force bombed Shi`ite Muslim fighters north of Sanaa on Saturday in fighting that caused "a large number of casualties", local officials said, after a truce reached last month between the insurgents and government forces collapsed.

IAF sets up publicity pavilion at Hyderabad airport

To attract more youths to join its ranks, the Air Force will inaugurate a publicity pavilion at the Hyderabad airport on Sunday.

Pak army and air force chiefs review Operation ``Zarb-i-Azb``

Pakistan`s Chief of Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif, visited Air Headquarters in Islamabad on Thursday.

Fledgling Afghan air force faces solo mission as US withdraws

Afghanistan`s air force is already woefully short of planes and skilled pilots -- and US plans to scale back supportive air strikes will leave it without crucial back-up as it battles a resilient Taliban.

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