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2002 hit-and-run case: Salman Khan did not run away after accident, says lawyer

Apr 18, 2015

2002 hit-and-run case: Salman Khan did not run away after accident, says lawyer

Salman Khan's lawyer accused the prosecution of cooking up a false story that he ran away from the spot after his car rammed into a bakery in suburban Bandra killing one person and injuring four others on 28 September, 2002. #Bollywood #Salman Khan #Defence #NewsTracker #TheySaidIt #prosecution #2002 Hit-and-run case
India's largest warship INS Vikramaditya to finally get its own air defence system

Apr 17, 2015

India's largest warship INS Vikramaditya to finally get its own air defence system

India's largest warship INS Vikaramaditya will finally get its own air defence system, courtesy of another ship that may be decommissioned soon. #India #Defence #NewsTracker #News #Navy #warship #Vikramaditya
Smaller but better: Here's why PM Modi should fast track production of next-gen BrahMos missiles

Apr 17, 2015

Smaller but better: Here's why PM Modi should fast track production of next-gen BrahMos missiles

India needs to encourage and fast track the agreement to develop the ambitious "BrahMos-Next Generation" (BrahMos-NG) missile project #World #India #Defence #Russia #ConnectTheDots #IAF #BrahMos Missile System #BrahMos missile
Will the Pakistan-Russia military exercise make New Delhi-Moscow ties sour?

Apr 17, 2015

Will the Pakistan-Russia military exercise make New Delhi-Moscow ties sour?

On the emotional plane of bilateral relations, India may act like a possessive spouse and howl at Russia being wooed by a new suitor, Pakistan. A discernible chill has set in Indo-Russian relations. #India #Defence #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #diplomacy #Russia #ConnectTheDots #BRICs #Ministry of External Affairs #Sergei Shoigu #Mi-35 #Khawaja Asif #Sergey Chemezov #Rostec Corporation
Fighter jet makers eye Indian riches after scaled-back French deal

Apr 16, 2015

Fighter jet makers eye Indian riches after scaled-back French deal

Sweden's Saab and US Lockheed Martin are set to re-pitch their Gripen and F-16 planes, eliminated in the Rafale tender, as the kind of lighter, single-engine aircraft that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Monday the air force needed to rebuild its fleet. #Business #F-16 #Lockheed Martin #Defence #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Hindustan Aeronautics Limited #Manohar Parrikar #Tejas #Rafale #Saab #Dassault Aviation #Gripen

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Time to wake up from a patriotic lullaby

Feb 06, 2014

Time to wake up from a patriotic lullaby

Indias military machine is being degraded for better sovereign credit ratings. #India #China #P. Chidambaram #Pakistan #InMyOpinion #Indian Army #AK Antony #Defence budget
Was London's brutal attack really terrorism?

May 23, 2013

Was London's brutal attack really terrorism?

By repeatedly using the term in news reports, does that make the public's sense of being terrorised worse than the same crime if it was only described as "murder"? #World #ToTheContrary #Terrorism #England #English Defence League #Islamist terror #Woolwich #London beheading #London terror attack