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Technology developed by DRDO for defence purposes can be used to meet civilian needs: Bhamre

Speaking at a workshop on 'Fire Safety Technologies and Services Workshop' at DRDO headquarters, Bhamre said the idea of making technology useful for all state departments is being explored.

Minister on Rafale deal: ‘All procedures followed, oppn creating controversy to mislead nation’

Bhamre was speaking in Lonavala on the sidelines of the inaugural session of Engineers’ Conclave on Defence Manufacturing in India, organised by Larsen & Toubro and the Indian National Academy of Engineers.

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India committed to lead against terror in BIMSTEC region: MoS

Asked about Nepal’s absence in the military exercise, Bhamre said, “Just two weeks ago, the fourth BIMSTEC summit was held in Kathmandu. Nepal has participated in all previous summits."

Union Minister Subhash Bhamre: Committed to ensuring safe, stable Indian Ocean Region

Subhash Bhamre called for a better co-ordination between various stakeholders such as government agencies, armed forces, business interests and institutions doing research and academic work in the field of oceans.

Security forces killed 581 terrorists along LoC, India-Pak border in J&K since 2015: Govt

The LoC and the India-Pakistan border in J&K have been volatile. In May, the Director Generals of Military Operation (DGMO) of India and Pakistan agreed to restore peace along the LoC.

Army lost 106 personnel in battle casualties in 2017: Minister of State for Defence

In 2017, 98 Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and those of other ranks, and eight officers died in battle casualties which included ceasefire violations, enemy fire across the Line of Control, avalanche, terrorist attacks, landslide and mine blasts.

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Defence forces lost 37 aircraft, helicopters in last 3 years: Govt

The main reasons for accidents were found to be human error and technical defect. Accident prevention programmes have been given added thrust to identify risk-prone areas specific to aircraft fleets and operational environment.

No proposal to scrap Sahayak system in the Army: Govt

Under the Sahayak or buddy system, a solider is attached to officers and their duties include protecting the officers, maintaining their weapons and equipment and helping them in carrying out their responsibilities.

‘Over last 3 yrs, 26 NDA cadets declared medically unfit due to injuries’

As per the reply, the number of cadets declared ‘medically unfit’ are as follows per term: Spring Term 2014 (5), Autumn Term 2014 (1), Spring Term 2015 (7), Autumn Term 2015 (4), Spring Term 2016 (1), Autumn Term 2016 (6), Spring Term 2017 (2), Autumn Term 2017 (NIL)

Subhash Bhamre urges NCC to continue to shape future leaders

"The committee deliberated on various issues in order to optimise training efforts so that NCC continues to perform in an excellent manner towards character and leadership building of the youth of the nation," the defence ministry said in a statement.

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