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Progress made in deliberations for tri-services theaterisation plan: IAF chief

The Times of India 26 Jun 2022
NEW DELHI ... Initially, a plan was firmed up for the creation of an Air Defence Command and Maritime Theatre Command ... The Department of Military Affairs headed by India's first Chief of Defence Staff last year had asked all the three services to carry out independent studies on the theaterisation plan for its rollout ... Start a Conversation. .
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Path of Peril

The Telegraph India 25 Jun 2022
A study was undertaken by theShekatkar Committee in 2016 toenhance the combat capability ofthe armed forces and rebalance defence expenditure ... Nowthat the scheme has been rolledout, the government could initiatethis as a “pilot project”, study thecause and effect, impact on ...
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Podcast of the week: Brydon &

The Times/The Sunday Times 25 Jun 2022
He’d been studying divinity at the University of Edinburgh, and, having developed a taste for comedy, was learning the ropes on Sundays at the stand-up institution.Sponsored.
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In 5 charts: Why India needs Agnipath for military modernisation

The Times of India 23 Jun 2022
Despite the announcement sparking protests in multiple states, the government stood in staunch defence of the scheme, asserting that it will lead to long-term benefits for the military ... In 2020, the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) did a comparative study of defence pensions in India, UK and US.
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Rear Admiral Upul De Silva appointed as Chief of Staff of the Sri Lanka Navy

Sri Lanka News 23 Jun 2022
Rear Admiral Upul De Silva is a proud product of Bandarawela Central College ... The senior officer has also successfully completed the Defence Management Course in India in 2011, the Group Commander Course in China in 2013 and Master’s Degree in Defence and Strategic Studies in National Defence University, China in 2017 ... .
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Irish are facing Covid surge in favourite European holiday spots

Irish Independent 23 Jun 2022
... sampling of children in Denmark and matched Covid-positive cases with a control group of children who had no previous history of an infection with the virus.One of the study’s authors, Professor Selina Kikkenborg Berg of Copenhagen University Hospital, said.
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China's new aircraft carrier and its cutting-edge technology still needs lots of tests

Business Insider 23 Jun 2022
Henry Boyd, a research fellow for defence and military analysis at the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies, said he expected the Fujian to be commissioned around the mid-2020s, assuming no significant technical or performance issues arose during sea trials.
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Gun Violence, Leading Cause of Death Among Children. Repeal the Second Amendment, Palladium of Death

GlobalResearch 22 Jun 2022
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... George Tucker’s Blackstone Commentaries (1803).. “This may be considered as the true palladium of liberty The right of self defence is the first law of nature. in most governments it has been the study of rulers to confine this right within the narrowest limits possible ... * ... .
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Iberdrola donates Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau's painting "El Regreso" (The Return) to the Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional (Higher Centre for National Defence Studies) (Iberdrola SA)

Public Technologies 21 Jun 2022
News Back 21/06/2022 Iberdrola donates Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau's painting "El Regreso" (The Return) to the Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional (Higher Centre for National Defence Studies) ... From today, the main hall of the Higher Centre for National Defence ...
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Agnipath will sound the death knell for armed forces: Lt Gen (retd) Vinod Bhatia'Agnipath is ...

Deccan Herald 21 Jun 2022
Excerpts. ... They cost the minimum and deliver the maximum ... Why? ... Now that the scheme has been rolled out, the government could initiate this as a ‘Pilot Project’, study the cause and effect, impact on combat effectiveness, operational readiness and defence preparedness, aspirations of the youth and soldiers and thereafter review it with an open mind.
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Secrecy in the courts: Exclusive study reveals increasing use of publication bans in Canada

Toronto Sun 20 Jun 2022
To study and track publication ban use in Canada, National Post sought studies, reports or analysis from justice ministries, court administrations, journal articles and legal academics — but found none. To fill the void, the Post did an in-depth study of its own ... Bantey’s experience supports the study’s finding of increased use.
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Challenges in Centre’s 1-million hiring plan | Mint

Live Mint 20 Jun 2022
railways, home affairs, defence (civil), posts and revenue ... It is 66% in the department of science and technology, 49% in the ministry of mines and 39% in civil defence. Comprehensive studies have not been done on the efficiency and right-sizing of central government staff, but the ...
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BTS take a break: world’s biggest K-pop group is caught between Korea’s soft power ambitions ...

The Conversation 20 Jun 2022
No exemptions ... These debates have mostly be driven by disaffected young men who feel increasingly frustrated at having to pause study and work to bolster South Korea’s defences, primarily against North Korea . Military culture ... But Yoon also knows the need to maintain a credible defence capacity against the threat posed by North Korea ... Sarah A ... .
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Agnipath will sound the death knell for armed forces: Vinod Bhatia'Agnipath is the biggest transformation ...

Deccan Herald 20 Jun 2022
Excerpts.. Do the armed forces of India need a scheme like Agnipath? ... Now that the scheme has been rolled out, the government could initiate this as a pilot project, study the effects, impact on combat effectiveness, operational readiness and defence preparedness, the aspirations of the youth and soldiers, and thereafter review it with an open mind.

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