Amid palpable tension at the Line of Actual Control with China, the Indian Air Force
inducted the newly acquired Rafale
fighter jets into its fold on Thursday. The jets that flew into India from France on July 29 have been inducted into the Golden Arrows squadron of the IAF at the Ambala airbase. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh without naming China said that the induction of Rafale
is a strong message to eyes being raised towards the territorial integrity of India. This induction is especially critical for the atmosphere being created on our borders. Read More...
In a major turn of events, the Indian drug regulator on Wednesday issued a show cause notice to Serum Institute
of India (SII), which had earlier said it would proceed with clinical trials of AZD1222, the vaccine candidate developed by the University of Oxford, despite a halt on the same by AstraZeneca in the UK. On Tuesday, the British-Swedish drug major had decided to stop trials after a participant fell sick with an unexplained illness. Read More...
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