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Oct 27, 2018
Astronomers find signs for black holes merging over time forming larger black holesSupermassive black holes emit powerful jets which were studied in different conditions for a long time.
Jul 24, 2018
IndiGo's technical snags: A clueless aviation watchdog, DGCA must seek aircraft-specific glitch data from carriersInstead of asking for the number of technical snags, aviation regulator DGCA must seek data on the percentage of snags per aircraft per cycle (one takeoff and landing).
Apr 07, 2018
India initiates process to procure around 110 fighter jets to meet IAF shortfall under 'Make in India'India on Friday kick started the process to acquire a fleet of around 110 fighter jets which could be one of the world's biggest military procurement
Jun 10, 2017
US International Trade Commission gives green light to prepare anti-dumping duties against BombardierThe ITC, as expected, voted to continue an investigation on Boeing Co's complaint that Bombardier dumped its CSeries jet below cost in the US market.
Sep 23, 2016
Rafale deal signed: An overview of its history and what this means for IndiaAs news broke that India and France had agreed upon the terms and conditions for the Rafale deal, it was probably greeted with relief rather than joy.
Jan 14, 2016
India in talks to boost Rafale warplanes deal ahead of Hollande visitFrance and India are negotiating whether to widen a proposed $9 billion deal for the sale of 36 French-built Rafale warplanes to include an option for further purchases, but have yet to decide the scope of the deal, a person close to the talks said.
Nov 30, 2013
China scrambles jets to new defence zone, eyes US, Japan flightsChina scrambled jets on Friday in response to two U.S. spy planes and 10 Japanese aircraft, including F-15 fighters, entering its new air defence zone over the East China Sea, state news agency Xinhua said, raising the stakes in a standoff with the United States, Japan and South Korea.
Aug 30, 2013
Reeling under rupee fall, civil aviation ministry wants lower taxes on jet fuelThe Civil Aviation Ministry today said it would continue to press state governments to reduce taxes on jet fuel to provide some relief to the cash-strapped airlines which were reeling under the impact of the rupee slide and hike in crude prices.
May 03, 2012
Yoga for jets: why planemakers prefer bent wingtipsBoeing and Airbus are trying to improve the wings of their most popular jets to make them more aerodynamic, and more fuel-efficient.