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IAF’s new helicopter inducted but not fully equipped, no main arsenal or protection suite yet

The LCH is designed with stealth features such as reduced visual, aural, radar and infrared signatures | Photo: IAF
The LCH is designed with stealth features such as reduced visual, aural, radar and infrared signatures | Photo: IAF

Prachand, India’s new Light Combat Helicopter, doesn’t yet have main arsenal or protection suite

IAF inducted new helicopter Monday, but it’ll get anti-tank guided missile only by mid-2023, while air-to-air missiles haven’t yet been ordered, it is learnt, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

Ashok Gehlot: ‘Jaadugar’ who worked magic for Congress over decades now faces uncertain road

Handpicked by Indira Gandhi and made Rajasthan PCC chief by Rajiv Gandhi, Gehlot is known as a long-time loyalist, with party insiders considering his ‘revolt’ last week ‘unusual’, reports Ishadrita Lahiri.

IKEA, Pride metro, pink toilets—how Ritu Maheshwari is making Noida NCR’s ‘it’ place

You will not see Ritu Maheshwari making war with the system even when she’s tackling corruption or improving the grievance redressal system in Noida, reports Tina Das.

A flag, a theatre—On Chinese Martyrs’ Day, PLA’s signal to India across Ladakh, Sikkim

Ahead of the crucial 20th Party Congress, Xi Jinping told the CCP to prepare for a ‘great struggle’, writes Aadil Brar in ‘Chinascope’.

Eighteen & disenchanted — why a college student, now a successful Delhi lawyer, joined PFI

The PFI member explained how recruits were attracted by ‘adda’ discussions on message of Allah, government’s ‘anti-Muslim policies’, and a need for a united ‘voice for Muslims’, reports Bismee Taskin.

Mohan Bhagwat’s right — no word wounds Hindus like kafir does

In South Africa, the word kaffir, as the blacks were pejoratively called, has been outlawed. It’s time India too bans ‘kafir’, writes Ibn Khaldun Bharati.

Is India shining again? Why flashing victory sign too soon is a perilous national trait

Victory has been declared in all kinds of areas, from the quality of our airports to vaccination numbers. But there is also much that is wrong, much that looks dangerous, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.

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