The arms company has contradicted the basis of the CAG audit, saying it signed a Memorandum of Understanding on offsets and collaborated production with the Ordnance Factory Board.
The CAG submitted a report to Parliament last week, that testifies to the acts of omission and commission, based on incompetence, lack of foresight or mala fide intent, that led to the recommendation for the blacklisting of Singapore Technologies, arising from the issue of the supply of carbines to paramilitary forces.
The Underwear Bomber indirectly improves Nigerian flight safety standards, LSD poisoning of a French town in 1951 and more, in News Wrap.
Has Islamabad exaggerated flood damage for aid? The real reasons for the arrest of a peacemaking Taliban leader, Wikileaks funding and more, in News Wrap.
Four Indian warships INS Mysore, Tabar, Ganga and Aditya have set sail on a goodwill visit to several maritime nations of Africa and South Indian Ocean.
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has criticized the implementation of the Indian Navy’s plan for enabling its submarines with facilities to couple with Deep Submergence Rescue Vessels and Submarine Rescue Chambers of the United States Navy , which has resulted in an expenditure of USD 744,343.
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has criticized the acceptance of inferior-grade steel used in the manufacture of fleet tankers of the Indian Navy by Italian firm, Fincantieri, saying it amounted to ‘undue favor to a foreign vendor in (the) procurement of fleet tankers’.
The Indian Navy has issued a Request For Information for the procurement of a Vertical Take Off and Landing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle .
The Lord of War, arrested and on his way to trial in the US. This and more in News Wrap.
StratPost’s Daily Brief includes the North Korean fighter plane/defector, Buddhist ruins in Afghanistan, Somalis being cleared of piracy in court and a lot more.
Pilots, Majors Nikhil Prakash and Rakesh Sharma and passenger, Colonel PK Pal died in the crash that took place on Wednesday morning.
Three Indian peacekeepers were killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo after their camp at Kirumba was attacked by what the Indian Army considers to be probably members of a Mayi Mayi armed group at 0150 hours local time on Wednesday.
In StratPost’s Daily Brief, the North Korean Twitter account, a report on China’s military, a possible shift in the Pakistani ISI’s threat perception and more.
The Indian Air Force’s public fund account in a unidentified government-owned bank has been subject to fraudulent withdrawals carried out over the period of June 4 to June 10 this year,
Lieutenant General Munish Sibal is the new commander of the Vajra Corps (XI Corps).