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BusinessToday.In
July 29, 2020
The first batch of Rafale would be received by IAF AIR Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria. Once the aircraft lands in Ambala, the pilots led by Group Captain Harkirat Singh would meet IAF Chief


PTI
July 29, 2020
The jets took off from France on July 27 and will arrive at the Air Force station on July 29, after covering a distance of 7,000 km with air-to-air refuelling and a single stop in the United Arab Emirates


santosh kumar
New Delhi, April 21, 2020
The lens is expected to be created using the pixel binning technology and will be able to capture more information than even the human eye.


PTI
October 24, 2019



Manu Kaushik
October 3, 2019
Technologies like unmanned traffic management, remote identification, and counter-drone technologies have become the latest topics today, says Harrison Wolf, lead (Drones and Tomorrow's Airspace) at the World Economic Forum


PTI
June 17, 2019



Manu Kaushik & Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, January 7, 2019
Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha, who is spearheading the drone revolution in the country, spoke about issues ranging from creating game-changing regulations to launch of flying taxis in an interaction with Business Today's Manu Kaushik and Rajeev Dubey. Edited excerpts:


Mark D Martin
New Delhi, December 25, 2018
\"As developed nations start using Autonomous Flying Vehicles to offer a multitude of services, Indian drone service providers face a multitude of problems. There are many regulatory challenges as use of large parts of India's airspace is restricted.\"


BusinessToday.In
December 1, 2018
The new policy called 'Drone Regulations 1.0' classifies a remotely piloted aircraft and delineates how they can be flown and sets the restrictions under which they will operate.


PTI
October 25, 2018



Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, September 5, 2018
In December this year, drones will begin flying across Indian skies for surveys, photography, and mapping.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 31, 2018
India got its first drone policy on Monday. The Ministry of Civil Aviation unveiled the policy that will enable safe and commercial use of drones in India from December 1. Watch BusinessToday.In video. 


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 28, 2018
Drone operations, whichwill be based on NPNT (No Permission, No Take off) system, will be enabledthrough a digital sky platform onthe DGCA website from December 1.


Rahul Shrivastava
New Delhi, August 27, 2018
The use of drones by civilians is currently restricted by the Directorate General of Civilian Aviation.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 20, 2018
OnePlus 6 launched in India at Rs 34,999; Nokia to launch new devices in Moscow on May 29; Nokia X6 launched in China, may come to global markets later; Oppo revealed Realme 1, priced between Rs 8,990 and Rs 13,990; Google employees quit for company's links to military project; Redmi S2/Y2 to be launched in India during June more tech news this week in BusinessToday.In Weekly Tech Wrap.


BusinessToday.In
May 20, 2018
1. OnePlus 6 launched in India at Rs 34,999The OnePlus 6 was finally launched around the world and India earlier this week. In India, the smartphone will be available in two configurations - 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage priced at Rs 34,999, and 8GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage at Rs 39,999. OnePlus did not mention anything about the 256GB internal storage variant during the launch event.Along with this, the Avengers: Infinity War limited edition of OnePlus 6 has also bee...


BT Online
New Delhi, November 2, 2017
The aviation ministry hopes to frame rules on the usage of drones by the end of December in India.


Nidhi Singal
November 19, 2015
The latest GoPro Hero 4 Black captures 4k videos and has the capability to record high-quality, slow motion video.


Nidhi Singal
October 11, 2015
While the role of drones in civilian life is bound to increase, the DGCA's hesitation in endorsing them also has some basis. Key questions of safety and security are involved.


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