Sukhoi-30s cleared for flying after being grounded for a month: IAF
Sukhoi-30s cleared for flying after being grounded for a month: IAF

India's frontline combat aircraft Sukhoi-30 fleet, which was grounded after a crash near Pune, will be back in air "within a week's time", Air Force Chief Arup Raha on Friday said.

Sukhoi-30s remain grounded; Court of Inquiry in final stages

Nearly a month after a Sukhoi-30 fighter plane crashed near Pune, the entire fleet of front line combat aircraft continues to remain grounded pending a Court of Inquiry (CoI) that is in its final stages.

Army orders inquiry into jawan-officer face-off in Punjab

Yet another case of indiscipline has hit the Army with a Colonel of the National Cadet Corps being allegedly assaulted by jawans in Batala in Punjab following which a court of inquiry (COI) has been ordered into the matter.

CoI ordered into terror attack on Army camp in Samba

Army on Sunday ordered a Court of Inquiry (CoI) into the militant attack on 16 Cavalry camp in Samba on September 26.

Nyoma clash: CoI recommends disciplinary action against 168 Army personnel

Three officers, including the CO, and eight jawans of 226 Field Regiment were injured in the fracas at Mahe firing range near Nyoma.

Samba case: 5 Army jawans face dismissal

The CoI into the Samba indiscipline incident has been completed in which five jawans have been recommended for "administrative termination of service".

NSG orders Court of Inquiry in Pak spy call incident

The NSG has ordered a Court of Inquiry into the recent incident of one of its officers talking to an unauthorised person, suspected to be a Pakistani ISI agent.

CoI completed in helicopter straying incident

Eight months after 2 Indian pilots were detained by Pak authorities when a Cheetah helicopter strayed into PoK, Army has completed a court of inquiry.

Bribe allegation: CoI ordered against Major Gen

The Army authorities have ordered a CoI into allegations of bribery against senior army officer Major General V K Sharma.

Colonel accused of molestation approaches AFT for relief

A Colonel who is accused of
molesting a woman in a hotel has approached the Armed Forces Tribunal against the Court of Inquiry (CoI) ordered against
him by the Army.