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US Concerns With Pakistan On Terrorist Safe Havens Honest And Still Valid: Pentagon

Oct 01, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said that the United States is within its rights to continue drone strikes inside Afghanistan.

'It Was Mistake, Offer Sincere Apology': Top US Commander On Kabul Drone Strike

Sep 18, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

The US had carried out drone strikes in Kabul, following ISIS-K suicide bombing at the airport.


Drones Target US Troops At Northern Iraqi Airport

US forces will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of this year, but will continue to train and advise the Iraqi military.

Kerala CM Launches Country's Maiden Drone Forensic Lab & Research Centre

Aug 13, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Besides addressing the threat aspects of the drones, the lab-cum-research centre is also envisaged to look at the utility part of the unmanned aerial vehicles


Nagpur: RSS Headquarters Likely To Be Declared As ‘No Drone’ Zones For Security Purpose

A decision about declaring RSS headquarters and Nagpur airport as ‘no-drone’ zones will be taken during the meeting of the vital installations security audit committee scheduled to be held later this month.

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03 August, 2021

J&K: BJP Proposes Tough Action Against Pakistan On Drones

Naseer Ganai

The Jammu and Kashmir unit of BJP also demanded a Wagah-Attari border-like 'Beating Retreat' ceremony in Jammu as a way to ease tensions between Indian and Pakistan.


29 July, 2021

BJP: Chinese Sitting In Pakistan Responsible For Drone Attacks

Naseer Ganai

“With help of drones, Pakistan is sending IED to the valley. They want to create a big terror incident in J&K,” BJP’s chief Ravinder Raina said.


23 July, 2021

BJP Says Pakistan Can’t Dent India’s Interest Using Chinese & Turkish Drone Technology

Naseer Ganai

The Jammu and Kashmir Police brought down a drone in Aknoor sector early Friday morning


15 July, 2021

Aviation Ministry's National Drone Policy Brings Relaxation To Rules

Outlook Web Desk

The number of forms to be filled to operate drones in the country have been reduced to six in draft ‘Drone Rules, 2021’ in comparison to 25 forms mentioned in the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Rules, 2021, it said.


09 July, 2021

Flying Of Drones Banned Over Naval Assets: Indian Navy

Outlook Web Desk

The Navy's decision came in view of a drone attack on an Indian Air Force base in Jammu last month injuring two personnel.


07 July, 2021

Drones Banned In Three More Districts of Jammu & Kashmir

Outlook Web Desk

District authorities in Baramulla, Samba and Ramban districts have banned the sale, storage and possession of drones following the terror attacks in Jammu last month.


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06 July, 2021

Air Force To Buy 10 Anti-Drone Systems From Indian Vendors: Reports

Outlook Web Bureau

The IAF has issued a request for information to seek responses from Indian companies for counter-unmanned aircraft systems, reports stated


04 July, 2021

Kerala, Tamil Nadu On High Alert Following Intel Input On Possible Drone Attack: Report

Outlook Web Bureau

The Central intelligence agencies have asked the state police of both Kerala and Tamil Nadu to be prepared.


02 July, 2021

Kerala To Set Up A Drone Research Lab To Negate Drone Attack Threats: DGP Anil Kant

Outlook Web Desk

Anil Kant said the State police would also consider collaborating with the Union government in the research sector to address the security threats posed by drones.


02 July, 2021

Pak Terror Outfits Behind Weapons, Narcotics Dropped By Drones In J&K: DGP

Outlook Web Bureau

The DGP said LeT's hand is suspected behind the twin drone strikes inside the IAF station, Jammu in the early hours of Sunday.


02 July, 2021

Drone Spotted Over Indian High Commission Complex In Islamabad

Outlook Web Bureau

It is learnt that the drone was spotted late last week.


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A health worker checks body temperature of passengers as a precaution against the coronavirus, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.

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Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar lays wreath at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.

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Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar pays tribute to martyrs at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.

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