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The Defence Minister who was in Sweden returned on Friday to attend the Cabinet Committee on Security meeting chaired by PM.
The Defence Minister charged the opposition with playing into the hands of multinational companies and vested interests and not working in the interests of the Indian Air Force.
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, on Sunday, criticised those expressing dissent by waving black flags at Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visits to Tamil Nadu.
The minister was here to address BJP workers on the preparations for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
The Sig Sauer rifles, which is being used by the US forces as well as several other European countries, will replace the Insas rifles used by Indian troops deployed along China border.
In the video, the EAC-PM chairman also pointed out that India does not have any robust statistical data on job creation after the year 2011-12.
Sitharaman was welcomed by the veterans and their family members at the entrance of the mall, and as she made her way to the multiplex, she was constantly bombarded with patriotic shouts.
Sitharaman had on January 16 met the cast and crew of the film on the occasion of Army Day.
Sitharaman said that personalized beneficiary identification letters signed by the PM with a family card are being sent to all the identified families in the villages and towns.
Defence minister pitches for pushing targeted strength of NCC says more youth keen to join the corps
The NCC strength is being expanded as part of a five-phase programme, which seeks to achieve a strength of 15 lakh by 2019-2020.
The Defence Ministry last July had said armed forces personnel would continue to get disability pension based on percentage system till the Anomaly Committee came out with a report on the issue.
It said the missile destroyed the target with a direct hit and that all the mission objectives have been met during the test-firing.
Unlike the 2G issue, no institution like the Comptroller and Auditor General said anything against the Rafale deal, she said.
She also assured the Centre's full cooperation to realise Tamil Nadu's aspirations for greater industrialisation.
The Coimbatore chapter of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) believes that the initiative of the Centre will also boost indigenous production of defence equipment.