General Bipin Rawat-led Department of Military Affairs to have three joint secretaries from Army, Navy and Air Force
The Department of Military Affairs, headed by Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, will have three joint secretaries from the Army, Navy and the Air Force, sources said
General MM Naravane says creation of CDS a 'very big step' towards integration of forces, claims Indian Army will ensure its success
Army Chief General MM Naravane on Saturday termed the creation of the post of Chief of Defence Staff a 'very big step' towards the integration of the three forces and said the Army will ensure its success
On Day 1 as CDS, Gen Bipin Rawat moves towards setting up of joint Air Defence Command, but integration of forces a key challenge
After handing over the reins of Chief of Army Staff to General Manoj Mukund Naravane after completing three years of the post, General Bipin Rawat was appointed as the first Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) on 1 January 2020
In the light of the recent assault on doctors in Kolkata, Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors joined the nationwide protest on Friday in demand for protection of their colleagues. 'We will abstain from providing our routine services from 8 am to 5 pm today', said President of the association. This comes nearly five days after a junior doctor at Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital in Kolkata was allegedly attacked by the relative of a patient who died on 10 June.
Amidst the ongoing strike by the junior doctors at NRS Medical College, the Principal and the Vice-Principal have resigned from their respective posts. All the havoc started after the relative of a patient who died in NRS had allegedly attacked a junior doctor in the hospital.
NSE co-location facility allows stock brokers to take on rent specific racks and co-locate their servers and systems within the exchange premises.
Max Hospital row: Police calls baby's death a 'case of medical negligence', seeks Delhi Medical Association's opinion
Delhi Police has written to the Delhi Medical Association (DMA) seeking its opinion in the case of a premature baby being wrongly declared dead by Max Hospital
The Delhi Medical Association (DMA) on Saturday called Delhi government's decision to cancel the licence of Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, after it erroneously declared a newborn dead, "irrational and autocratic".