Defence minister Manohar Parrikar, a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, said a peculiar thing at a Defence Research and Development Organisation conference on Thursday. He said the rishis...
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India's premier defence agency has joined hands with yoga guru Baba Ramdev to promote and sell some of the agency's technology, used to develop a range of health food and drinks. The Defence Research...
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Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam was not the best engineer India has ever produced. Nor was he the most erudite of its 13 presidents. But he was undoubtedly the most-loved person to have ever occupied Rashtrapati Bhavan and his would probably be the first name mentioned (in error) if the man on the street was asked to list pre-eminent Indian scientists.
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His dedication, love and commitment to the country was unparalleled. He was 110% an Indian. He was a great team builder and leader, and had this phenomenal ability to bring together people from different disciplines and enthuse them to work together. His contributions to India's space and various sensitive defence projects are tremendous.
The Morning Wrap is Huffpost India's selection of interesting news and opinion from the day's newspapers. Main News The government on Tuesday removed Avinash Chander, chief of the Defence Research an...