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Govt mulls split in DRDO chief’s role, structural changes

The creation of two portfolios —one for DG R&D and other for SA to the Defence Minister — is still in conceptual stage, officials said.

LoC: MHA wants authority to buy truck scanners

Tender notice for scanners has already been floated.


For better ‘civilian-defence liaison’, Manohar Parrikar lists directives

No public road outside unit lines in a Cantonment will be closed by any authority other than a Cantonment board.


Tomorrow, defence land issues on Parrikar’s table

The district administration said that before any demarcation, various parameters need to identified.

Rashtrapati Bhavan asks MoD to reply to family petition

Ajit’s family insists that he was killed by higher-ranking soldiers after an altercation at the camp.

BRO to come under sole control of Defence Ministry

Sources said the Ministry of Surface Transport is more than relieved to let BRO be moved completely to MoD.


New govt policy on ‘representatives’ for arms purchase, blacklisting soon: Manohar Parrikar

On issues like imposing penalty, he added that it was his “loud thinking” and final decision will be taken later.


Mandatory military training in colleges gets Parrikar push

Parrikar said that had he been sitting anywhere in the House except on the treasury benches, he would have been a votary of the idea.


Parrikar, the ‘specialist’, promises transparency and speed

Stressing PM Narendra Modi’s mantra “Make in India”, Parrikar said that “as much as possible, we should manufacture in India”.


No dialogue with Pakistan if ceasefire violation continues: Arun Jaitley

Noting that there are issues in Kashmir, Jaitley said that the valley has been by and large peaceful.

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Navy will lead ‘Op Lehar’ for rescue

To bolster the transport efforts, IAF has kept one IL-76, one C-17 and five AN-32 aircraft ready at Chandigarh, Delhi, Jorhat and Agra.


‘Blacklisting policy eased to ensure supply of spares’

The decision has been taken keeping a balance between security considerations and considerations of probity, said Jaitley.


Centre scraps light utility helicopter tender, opens it to Indian players

The DAC decided to retract from the tender and opens doors for the Indian industry.

Delhi Confidential: TONGUE TIED

Attorney General began his speech at Supreme Court by saying that there was “no point” delivering a speech after “speech of the year” had been delivered.


India slams Pak’s ‘selective approach’ in tackling terror groups

Defence Ministry said terror camps exist in Pakistan and its “selective approach” will not serve the interests of the region.