New Delhi, June 7: The Indian Air Force on Thursday signed a Rs 300 crore deal for buying more than 100 SPICE bombs from Israel. These SPICE bombs are the same ones which were used by the elite force to attack madrasah of Jaish-e-Mohammed in Balakot of Pakistan on February 26.
Facing flaks over Lok Sabha debacle, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh-led Congress government in Punjab on Thursday reshuffled the state cabinet and divested Navjot Singh Sidhu's portfolio. Sidhu has been allocated to the Ministry of Power and New and Renewable Energy.
Three days after the Indian Air Force's AN-32 went missing with 13 personnel on board in the densely-forested hilly terrain of Arunachal Pradesh, IAF has expanded the rescue mission and deployed Cheetah helicopters on Thursday. The IAF also informed that that search operation would continue throughout the night.
After Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri questioned the working style of Aam Aadmi Party's free metro and buses rides for women, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia comes into defence. Sisodia said that whenever Delhi CM introduces any new developmental scheme, "it's made fun of" but when it's done, everyone says it is successful.
Within a week after taking charge again as Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has approved the reconstitution of apex policy-making body NITI Aayog on Thursday. The latest development states that PM Modi would continue to be the Chairman of the NITI Aayog.
In the latest happening's which are to take place today are:
The IAF will keep up its search for the missing AN-32.
In Cricket, Pakistan will take on Sri Lanka in the league match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
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