RCB beat CSK by 1 run in 39th match of IPL-12, Dhoni scores unbeaten 84 with 7 sixes

RCB beat CSK by 1 run in 39th match of IPL-12, Dhoni scores unbeaten 84 with 7 sixes

Speed Post News Network Patna : Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) beat Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by 1 run in the 39th match of IPL-12 at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru, Karnataka, on April More »

Bhojpur SP orders probe into Mukhia’s complaint against SHO, Charpokhri PS

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Kumar Rajiv Nayan Ara : Bhojpur SP Aditya Kumar taken serious note of the complaint of Mukhia, Thakuri Panchayat under Charpokhari block, Uma Devi against Station House Officer (SHO), Charpokhari police station More »

Saharsa DM, SP exhort voters to participate in poll process in big way

Saharsa DM, SP exhort voters to participate in poll process in big way

  B N Singh ‘Pappan’ Saharsa : Saharsa DM Shailja Sharma and SP Rakesh Kumar on April 21, 2019, staged a roadshow at Saharsa with police and para-military forces on April 21, More »

Police arrest 8 bike lifters in Buxar, seize 4 stolen bikes

Police arrest 8 bike lifters in Buxar, seize 4 stolen bikes

Kumar Rajiv Nayan Buxar : Police on April 21, 2019, arrested eight members of an inter-state gang of bike lifters near Dakhina and Mathia Kali temple under Koransarai police station in Buxar More »

PM Modi speaks to President and Prime Minister of Sri Lanka

PM Modi speaks to President and Prime Minister of Sri Lanka

Speed Post News Network New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in  telephonic conversations with the President and Prime Minister of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, conveyed heartfelt condolences on More »

Man injured in Semaria clash in Bhojpur dies at PMCH

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Kumar Rajiv Nayan Ara : Juguni Sah alias Jitendra Sah, 45,  son of late Paras Sah and husband of Poonam Devi, Member, Ward No 5, who was injured in a violent clash More »

 

Australian & Indian Navy conclude bilateral maritime exercise AUSINDEX

 

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New Delhi : The Australian and Indian Navy  concluded a two-week long bilateral maritime exercise code-named AUSINDEX on April 14, 2019.  Personnel from the Eastern Fleet bid farewell to  Australian Ships Canberra, Newcastle, Paramatta and Success with a promise to meet again.

The  exercise had the participation of the highest number of units thus far with four frontline ships with integral helicopters, one submarine and a variety of aircraft including P8I and P8A long-range Maritime Reconnaissance Anti-Submarine Warfare aircraft taking part from both navies. For the first time, 55 American and 20 New Zealand military personnel embarked onboard the RAN ships and witnessed the exercises during AUSINDEX-19.

The third edition of the exercise which commenced on April 2, 2019, included a series of advanced warfare drills in all three dimensions comprising anti-submarine warfare exercises, air defence exercises, anti-surface warfare exercises including live-fire drills, replenishment at sea, and cross deck flying, according to a PIB release. The bilateral exercise was aimed “to strengthen and enhance mutual cooperation and interoperability between the IN and RAN, providing opportunities for interaction and exchange of professional views between the personnel of the two navies”.

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