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May 29, 2020
SpiceJet's freighter arm, SpiceXpress gets DGCA approval for drone trials; to deliver essential supplies to remote areasBudget carrier SpiceJet on Friday said its freighter arm SpiceXpress has received approval for conducting drone trials from aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)
Apr 29, 2020
Time for action to make India global manufacturing hub in post-coronavirus world: Industry expertsIndia can be the destination of choice for global manufacturing in the post-COVID 19 world if it gets its acts together with the right policies as a lot of things are going for the country, say industry experts
Mar 06, 2020
The remaking of war; Part 1: Risk of 19th Century international politics being pursued using 21st Century military means looms largeThis is the first part of a series on the evolution of war and warfare across decades. Over the course of these articles, the relationship between technology and war will be put under the magnifying glass
Dec 27, 2019
US aviation body wants to start tracking drones' locations flying in US airspace at all timesThe new regulations require all registered drones within 36 months to begin carrying a specific type of remote identification system that broadcasts over the internet.
Dec 13, 2019
Drones to be deployed to destroy hidden marijuana plantations; Centre to offer alternative crop to cultivatorsThe Centre has decided to deploy drones to destroy marijuana plantations before the crop is harvested and finds its way into the hands of the drug cartels
Sep 26, 2019
Punjab Police nabs sixth member of Khalistan Zindabad Force Gurdev Singh from Amritsar for dropping arms, ammunitionGurdev Singh, brother of a Germany-based handler of a terror module, Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF), has been arrested by State Crime Branch team in Amritsar for alleged involvement in the dropping of arms and ammunition by drones from across the border in Punjab
Sep 24, 2019
Amarinder Singh slams Pakistan for dropping arms, requests Amit Shah to look into recent incidents of drones delivering weapons to PunjabPunjab chief minister, Amarinder Singh raised the issue of the increase in recent incidents of Pakistan-origin drones delivering weapons and communication devices into the state, to Home minister Amit Shah on Tuesday and requested him to look into the problem first hand
Aug 26, 2019
Kamal Nath urges Centre to provide 4G mobile connectivity in Madhya Pradesh's Naxal-affected Balaghat, MandlaKamal Nath urged the Centre to provide 4G mobile connectivity in two Naxal-affected districts of the state for better sharing and collection of information.
Jul 20, 2019
Body worn cameras, drones will be procured for Tamil Nadu Police, announces E PalaniswamiBody worn cameras for policemen and drones for police and fire service personnel would be procured to improve policing and rescue initiatives in Tamil Nadu, said E Palaniswami.
Jul 15, 2019
Delhi HC suggests using drones to identify waterlogging sites in city, setting up control rooms to tackle traffic snarlsArray