Sushant kulkarni

Articles By Sushant kulkarni

Current Act outdated, need to include cyber security in IT legal framework: DCA chief

Rear Admiral Gupta made the remarks while speaking at the Capsule on Science Technology and Applied Research, organised for senior officers of the three armed forces, at the Military Institute of Technology.

Pune: On the eve of his 44th birthday, city’s top spine surgeon killed in road accident

The accident took place sometime between 10.30 pm and 10.50 pm on Sunday at Somatane near Talegaon Dabhade when the three doctors were on their way back from a medical conference in Mumbai, along with the driver of the hired cab.

Pune: After Tamhini Ghat double murder, cops probe pangolin smuggling

In June, the Pune City Police Crime Branch had arrested two men — one from Kolhapur and another from Satara — and seized one live pangolin from them.

On 125th birth anniversary year of Vinoba Bhave, row over illegal temple on space meant for memorial in Satara’s Wai

In this town, located at the foothills of Mahabaleshwar, Vinoba spent a few years in his early 20s around 1917-18, studying Vedas and doing social work.

Elgaar Parishad: Pune police search DU professor’s house in Noida

The Pune Police has so far booked 23 people in connection with the case and arrested nine prominent activists and lawyers. Police have alleged that the arrested suspects have links to Maoist organisations.

Inputs of possible terror attack in south India, says Southern Army Commander

"We have undertaken measures for capacity building and capability development in the region, keeping in mind the enhanced threat perception," said Southern Army Commander Lieutenant General SK Saini.

Pune open jail inmates stir up tempo, emotion at Ganesh Utsav

In a possible first, 26 inmates of Yerawada Open Jail play dhol and tasha during the festival

Former Navy chiefs on reduced share in defence budget: Short-sighted decision, may lead to stagnation

Asked by the media if the budgetary cut had affected any of the Navy’s projects, Admiral Singh had said, “Because of the budgetary allocation, we had to do a little bit of revamp of the procurement plan. So yes, it has to a limited extent.”

Reduced share in defence budget making it ‘difficult to move with nation which wants to become $5 trillion economy’: Navy Chief

Admiral Singh also said that while India offers to help many other countries in building their naval capabilities, it has remained “poor on delivery”.

Navy prepared to thwart JeM’s underwater plans: Chief Admiral Karambir Singh

Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh, however, said that the forces are all on high alert and have a complete track, assuring that no attack will take place.

Ordnance factory workers’ strike ends, ‘fight to continue’

Nearly 80,000 workers from 41 ordnance factories in the country have been on a strike since Tuesday.

Explained: Why ordnance factory workers are on strike

One of the fears of employees is that corporatisation is a step towards privatisation. They fear job losses. They also argue a corporate entity would not be able to survive the unique market environment of defence products.

Ordnance factory workers strike: Isn’t vikas of defence workers part of Sabka Saath slogan, asks RSS-linked outfit

Over 80,000 workers from across the 41 ordnance factories in India went on a month-long strike from Tuesday against the proposed “corporatisation” of the Kolkata-headquartered Ordnance Factory Board (OFB), the umbrella body for these factories.

Phishing risk: Army officers warned of fake emails about salary hike

In the past, the office has issued advisories regarding fake calls seeking information from officers and also fake messages asking officers to verify the PAN numbers and account details.

Heard at a relief camp in Maharashtra’s Sangli: ‘What if it again rains like this’

While 3.7 lakh people have been rescued in these districts, local residents now hope that it doesn’t rain heavily in the next 72 hours to allow water levels to recede completely.

Maharashtra floods: 46 villages cut off, 29 dead

So far, 2.45 lakh residents of Sangli and Kolhapur have been shifted to 165 temporary camps. In Sangli, 32 teams of various agencies including National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and Coast Guard were involved in rescue operations.

Kolhapur and Sangli floods: Toll rises to 27 as rescue boat capsizes

Teams of the National Disaster Response Force, Indian Army and Navy continued evacuating people to safer locations in boats in coordination with the local administration.

Flood situation in western Maharashtra still grim

9 drown, 5 missing as private rescue boat capsizes in Sangli district, initial probe suggests overcrowding

Flood situation worsens in west Maharashtra, 1.5 lakh evacuated

Road connectivity in most parts in the region remained disrupted on Wednesday, affecting the movement of essential services.

Sangli, Kolhapur and Satara flooded: Highway shut, 70,000 moved, Air Force joins relief work

Power supply had to be cut off in many parts of the three districts as transformers and feeder pillars were submerged.