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First of India's facilities in the South American continent.
Cool photographs from recently concluded Indo-US Army's 'Yudh Abhyas' series of exercise.
Building up necessary infrastructure to take India's Space programme into a higher gear.
Quite possible, looking at this picture.
And neither will it ever do so in future.
Aviation photographer Mark Rourke recently updated his Flickr account with some sublime visuals of the Sukhoi Su-30MKI fighter that took part in the recently concluded Exercise Indradhanush-series air exercises. Some top-up for the wallpaper collection. Click on the image below, feast.
Personal account of an event, as witnessed by a soldier who took part in the legendary battle of Gurung Hill.
M.S. is also offering a free, online course to assist in the Enterprise-level deployment of its newest OS.
The Belarusian Air Force, operating their MiG-29 & Su-25, demonstrating flight operations from its roadways. Force multiplier.
It was the first ever satellite to be successfully launched from India.
"Anyone with an interest in military aircraft would have got quite a shock looking up and seeing a Russian jet over the skies of King’s Lynn."
In response to a query that an Indian Parliamentarian recently raised, the concerned Minister replied that ISRO had charged a total of $17 Million USD plus €78.5 Million for the foreign satellites it has launched till now. Converting them all to Dollars, it comes to around $103 USD [€1 = $1.1 USD].
Any Nuclear Power Plant, being built today, incorporates numerous sub-systems, multiple redundancies & fail-safe features, aimed towards reliably optimising the power generation process, extracting the most from the fuel.
The different variants of the pride of the Indian Air Force flying alongside each other.
A computer game that pits India against pakistan in aerial warfare, along with a bunch of other games.
An Indian Air Force contingent currently in the United Kingdom to take part in bilateral exercises with their British counterparts.