TU-142M Long Range Maritime Patrol aircraft of the Indian Navy landed at INS Dega. The TU is likely to be dismantled and transported by road on trailers and re-assembled on the Beach Road near Kursura Submarine Museum. TU-142M aircraft which have been nothing short of a ‘Flying Destroyer’, was given an impressive welcome as it landed for the last time at Visakhapatnam. TU-142M has rendered yeoman service to the nation and has taken part in all major exercises and operations including Operation Cactus in Maldives, Op Vijay in 1998, Op Parakram in 2002 and Anti-piracy Operations.
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- National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme April 10, 2017
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- 11th Standing Committee meeting of Inter-State April 8, 2017
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- Railway Minister reviews the alternative arrangements in view of closure of Dhanbad-Chandrapura Rail lineMinistry of Railways is constantly working on putting in place alternative arrangements in the wake of closure of Dhanbad-Chandrapura Railway line due to Jharia Coal Field Fire.
- Cabinet approves Amendment of the Social Security Agreement
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- Cabinet approves MoU between India and the Netherlands for
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