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Air Force team completes swim around city, sets Asian record

The team cited passing through the sewage-clogged Thane Creek as the most challenging part of the swim.

Tata, Airbus team up to bid for IAF aircraft deal

The Indian Air Force is looking to replace its fleet of Avro aircraft.


Swimming against tide, IAF team plans to circle Mumbai in 50 hrs

The six-member team is attempting to become the first athletes to swim around the city in a clockwise direction

IAF issued advisory 4 months back, says no ban on Xiaomi or other phones

Advisory 4 months old, no ban on Xiaomi or other Chinese phones: IAF

Says they were more concerned about inferences being drawn from location data

IAF issued advisory 4 months back, says no ban on Xiaomi or other phones

Xiaomi claims data migration from China not related to IAF alert

The data migration process had started in early 2014; part of this migration will be completed by the end of the year.

IAF issued advisory 4 months back, says no ban on Xiaomi or other phones

Was IAF alert on Xiaomi based on old F-Secure report? All you need to know

There might not be a new security scare with Xiaomi phones, but the Chinese company is moving its servers out of Beijing.

Pune crash fallout: Sukhoi fleet temporarily grounded

The fleet of about 200 twin-engine Su-30s would be back in air only when they are cleared by the technical review.


Sukhoi crash: Flight data recorder points to technical snag

The Sukhoi fighter plane crashed on a sugarcane farm about 200 metres from a human settlement in Kolawadi village.


IAF Sukhoi 30-MKI on sortie crashes near Pune, no casualty

Plane crashes 200 metres from houses, both pilots safe.


Sukhoi 30 fighter aircraft crashes near Pune, pilots eject safely

An IAF spokesperson said that both the pilots ejected safely before the crash.

After the 1962 war, it was decided that India must 
have a minimum of 45 combat squadrons. Half 
a century later, the IAF has only 34. ( Source: AP )

Failure to take off

Air chief has pointed to worrying absences in air defence.


Ceasefire violations by Pakistan along LoC quite serious: IAF chief

“The issue is quite serious and it should not happen,” said Raha.


SWAC gets own ‘secure’ communication network

The IAF is the first force to have its own communication system.


Four years after honorary commission, Tendulkar attends IAF Day parade today

This comes four years after the cricketing legend was conferred upon the rank of an honorary Group Captain.

Incursion during Xi Jinping’s visit ‘mysterious’: IAF chief Arup Raha

Arup Raha expressed concern over incursion along LAC that coincided with the high-profile visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping.