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English Release 23-July 2014
Date Month Year
  • Vice President's Secretariat
  • OFFICER TRAINEES OF INDIAN POSTAL SERVICE CALLS ON VICE PRESIDENT
  • Prime Minister's Office
  • PM releases Biography of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in Braille
  • PM offers floral tributes to Bal Gangadhar Tilak
  • Department of Space
  • GSLV Project
  • SAARC Satellite
  • Pricing of Satellite Transponders
  • Min for Develop. of North-East Region
  • Funds for North Eastern Council
  • NGO Funding in North East
  • Priority Sectors in North East
  • Min of Civil Aviation
  • Chennai Airport Scores High in Service Quality Survey
  • Min of Commerce & Industry
  • Trade Agreement with Malaysia
  • Trade from Nathu La Border in Sikkim
  • Trade with Neighbouring Countries
  • Unctad Report on FDI
  • Roadmap to Boost Investment Between Japan and India
  • FDI in Railways
  • Promotion of Services Sector Exports
  • Financial Assistance to Madhya Pradesh for New Industrial Development Hubs
  • Strengthening of Indian Patent Office
  • Evaluation of Impact of FTAS
  • Agreement Signed with China for Setting up Chinese Industrial Parks
  • Trade Relations with Pakistan
  • Min of Culture
  • Ticket Counters at National Monuments
  • Nomination for World Heritage Site Status
  • Heritage Site Abha-Neri in Bandikui, Rajasthan
  • Min of Earth Science
  • Earthquake Prone Areas
  • Coastal and Sea Water Pollution
  • Dust/Hailstorm
  • Climate Modeling
  • Min of External Affairs
  • Stapled Visa
  • US professional visas
  • Protection of human rights in Sri Lanka
  • Multiple Entry Visas
  • Indus water treaty
  • Indo-Myanmar boundary issue
  • Death of Indians in prisons abroad
  • Crisis management Team
  • Arrest of Indian Fishermen in Sri Lanka
  • Agreements with Bangladesh
  • Ministry of Finance
  • Finance Minister Asks Officers of Income Tax Department to Maximise the Use of Non Intrusive and Innovative Methods of Investigation; Calls for Training for Upgradation of Skills and Need for Capacity Building
  • Min of Home Affairs
  • Nominations Invited for Padma Awards
  • Mandatory Registration of FIR for Stolen Mobile Phones
  • Tackling Naxal Menace in Coordinated Way
  • ST Status to Bodo People as Per Bodo Accord
  • Establishment of Disaster MGMT Institute in Andhra Pradesh
  • Inter-State Joint Force to Tackle Maoist Attack
  • SOP for Repatriation OF Illegal Bangladeshi Immigrants
  • Min of Labour & Employment
  • Funds to Women Labour Division
  • Safeguarding Interests of Labourers in Labour Intensive Manufacturing Sector
  • Housing Facilities for Tea Garden Labourers
  • Liberalisation of Labour Laws
  • Review of the Works of DGMS
  • Checking Discrimination of Workers in Incorporated Unorganised Enterprises
  • Criteria of Employees for Coming Under Purview of EPFO
  • Rehabilitation of Freed Child Labourers
  • Min of Micro,Small & Medium Enterprises
  • Export Targets of MSMEs
  • KVIC
  • National Awards to Entrepreneurs
  • Funds for EDP
  • Revival of Small and Medium Enterprises
  • SFURTI Scheme
  • Min of Mines
  • Land Allotted to Private Parties for Mining
  • Revision of Royalty on Minerals
  • Functioning Mines in the Country
  • Mining Activities Prohibited by Apex Court
  • Justice Shah Commission Report on Illegal Mining
  • Mineral Production during May 2014
  • Min of Overseas Indian Affairs
  • Recruitment Agencies
  • Overseas Indian Centres
  • Illegal Migration
  • Min of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
  • Security for Whistle Blowers
  • Data on Corruption Cases
  • Pending Cases with CBI
  • Min of Petroleum & Natural Gas
  • Losses to Public Sector OMCS due to Subsidy on Oil and Gas
  • Independent Agency finalized to look into the issue of continuity of blocks of gas reservoirs
  • Steps Taken to Meet the Increasing Energy Demand
  • Global crude oil price of Indian Basket increased to US$ 105.99. per bbl on 22.07.2014
  • Min of Steel
  • Modernisation and Expansion of SAIL
  • Gap between Production and Demand of Iron Ore in the Country
  • Iron Ore Mining Area Allotted to VISP/SAIL
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Revival of 'Brand India' Through Tourism
  • Safety Policy for Religious Tourist Places
  • Tourism Promotion Programmes
  • Financial Assistance to Goa for Tourism Sector
  • Tourist Destinations in Jharkhand
  • Shortage of Adequate Hotel Rooms
  • Promotion of Tourism in North-Eastern States
  • Min of Urban Development
  • Government working on the concept and contours of ‘Smart Cities’ Scheme, says Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu
  • Min of Women and Child Development
  • 400 districts already covered by the Strengthened & Resurrected ICDS Scheme
  • Shelter based schemes for women may be brought under a comprehensive Umbrella Scheme
  • Min of Youth Affairs & Sports
  • Standard of Football
  • Hockey Team Ranking
  • Issue of Indian Players Wearing Turban

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Ministry of Defence04-February, 2013 14:56 IST
Bengaluru Gears up to Host Aero-India 2013

 

         Aero India, the largest Air Show in Asia and one of the world’s most important military aviation exhibitions, is all set to kick start at Air Force Station Yelahanka, Bengaluru from the 06th February to 10th February 2013. This biennial air show  and aviation exhibition  which is organised by the Defence Ministry of India along with the Indian Air Force, Defence Research and Development Organisation, Department of Space and the Union Civil Aviation Ministry aims at showcasing the range of products and services offered by the Indian Defence Industry in the international market. It also provides an exposure to Indian Armed Forces, R & D personnel and young engineers, to the latest technologies and advancements in the Aviation and Aerospace Industries.

         The Ninth edition of Aero India 2013 would be inaugurated by the Defence Minister Shri AK Antony on the 06 February 2013. The participation in Aero India has grown exponentially by both, Indian and international industry since the  first edition, in December 1996. This growth has immensely contributed towards modernization of the aviation and aerospace sector of the three wings of the Armed Forces of India.

The Growth Trajectory

         While Aero India 2011 saw the participation of exhibitors from 29 countries with more than 600 companies and gross exhibition area of 75,000 Sqm, the Ninth Edition of this International Aerospace Exhibition is expected to see the participation of over 700 companies and 78 overseas delegations covering an approximate gross exhibition area of 1,25,000 Sqm. Major participants in this are companies from the United States, Israel, Russia, France, UK, Germany and Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Ukraine, Australia, Belarus, Czech Republic, Japan, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Netherlands, Romania, Sweden, UAE and Singapore.

 

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BAR CHART SHOWING THE GROWTH TRAJECTORY OF AERO INDIA

 

Major Attractions

         This edition of Aero India would see the participation of the world famous aerobatic team from the Czech Republic popularly known as the ‘Flying Bulls’ or ‘Red Bulls’, the Russian Air Force aerobatic team ‘Russian Knights’  and our favorite Indian Air Force ‘Sarang’ helicopter aerobatic display team comprising indigenous Dhruv helicopters.

 

Youth Pavilion

         With an aim to reach out to the youth of the country a Youth Pavilion dedicated to encouraging participation from undergraduate students from prominent engineering colleges of India has been initiated this year. This novel initiative intends targeting young Indian minds and stimulating them  to focus towards development in the field of Aviation and Technology in general and military aviation in particular. 

The Domestic Participation

            The leader of the Indian representation (DRDO – ADA) with the largest indoor & outdoor area of approx. 2561 sq m, is closely followed by HAL, BEL and TATA. This edition has seen a large increase in participation by medium and small Indian and Foreign industries.

International Participation

         The largest international participation indoor (area-wise) is by the USA and  outdoor by EADS.  USA is followed by Israel and Russia in this category. Maximum participants from any single country is from USA , followed by France , UK , Russia , Germany , Israel  and Belgium .

         A total of 27 countries are participating with 10 country pavilions namely Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Israel, Russia, Germany, France, USA, UK and Ukraine.

Media & PR

         The Aero India show has elicited the interest of media from across the globe and  an unprecedented number of journalists have registered themselves for the event. A Sate of the art Media Centre with all modern facilities and workspace is provided to the media personnel at the venue. A large number of Press Conferences are scheduled to be held at the two media halls where the participating companies would meaningfully engage with the media and various other stake holders.

Visitors and Security

         Improving upon the past air shows, a large number of initiatives have been taken to improve upon the visitor’s experience and security this time. Registration for visitors to the air show and sale of tickets is online, wherein a unique ID would be generated on filling the details. The tickets can then be collected from 10 ticket collection centers in the city on production of the unique ID generated. Photo ID is mandatory for entry to the air show. There is NO CASH sale of tickets for the air show this time. For details please visit www.aeroindia.in .

                Layered security would be provided by the state police and specialised security agencies including the DSC, CISF, Para SF and GARUD commandos. A comprehensive security plan with Counter Terrorism Squads, Bomb Disposal Squad and CCTV surveillance is in place. Likewise, a comprehensive disaster management plan has been put in place and exercised to cater for various contingencies.

 

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