Two Families Find Hope: Successful Treatment of Kawasaki Disease at CMCH

Two Families Find Hope: Successful Treatment of Kawasaki Disease at CMCH

Two families at CMCH experienced immense relief as their young children triumphed over Kawasaki disease, thanks to dedicated medical care. Kawasaki disease, a rare illness primarily affecting children, manifests with symptoms like high fever, rash, and swelling of hands and feet. Prompt diagnosis and specialized treatment were key in managing the disease effectively. The medical team at CMCH acted swiftly, implementing a multidisciplinary approach tailored to each child's needs. Treatment involved anti-inflammatory medications and intravenous immunoglobulin therapy, with close monitoring of cardiac health due to the risk of heart-related complications. The successful outcomes underscore the importance of timely diagnosis and specialized care in managing Kawasaki disease, offering hope and inspiration to families worldwide facing similar challenges.
Central Bureau of Investigation Successfully Brings Back Absconding Life Convict from UAE

Central Bureau of Investigation Successfully Brings Back Absconding Life Convict from UAE

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has achieved a significant feat by successfully coordinating the operation to bring back an absconding life convict, Narender Singh, from the UAE. Singh, wanted in a murder case by the Haryana Police, had been convicted for life imprisonment by the Punjab & Haryana High Court in 2009. Despite initially being acquitted, Singh was later found guilty of hacking Swaran Singh to death using a machete. The CBI, acting as the designated National Central Bureau for Interpol in India, played a pivotal role in this operation, collaborating with various agencies and utilizing Interpol channels. This successful endeavor highlights the effectiveness of international cooperation in law enforcement, as well as the CBI's commitment to pursuing justice and bringing fugitives to face the law.
Remembering Ashwin Dani: A Visionary Leader in the World of Paints

Remembering Ashwin Dani: A Visionary Leader in the World of Paints

On September 28, 2023, the global business community mourned the loss of Ashwin Dani, a visionary leader and the Co-founder & non-executive director of Asian Paints. At the age of 79, Ashwin Dani left an indelible mark on the paint industry and Asian Paints, a company that has grown exponentially under his legendary leadership. His innovative spirit, global vision, and commitment to excellence continue to inspire generations to come.
Uttarakhand Government Inks Historic MOU with Poma Group in London for Ropeway Project

Uttarakhand Government Inks Historic MOU with Poma Group in London for Ropeway Project

In a groundbreaking move aimed at boosting tourism and connectivity in the picturesque state of Uttarakhand, the government has officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the renowned ropeway construction firm, Poma Group, headquartered in London. This strategic partnership promises to revolutionize transportation and provide visitors with breathtaking views of the Himalayan landscapes.

Exercise Orion in France

An Indian Air Force (IAF) contingent will be departing for France, to participate in Exercise Orion at Mont-de-Marsan, an Air Force base of the French Air and Space Force (FASF).
AFINDEX-23 Exercise

AFINDEX-23 Exercise

The Africa-India Field Training Exercise (AFINDEX-2023) has begun with the participation of 100 participants from 23 African countries, including Botswana, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Zambia, among others.
Africa-India field training exercise, AFINDEX-23 to be held in Pune, India

Africa-India field training exercise, AFINDEX-23 to be held in Pune, India

The second edition of Africa-India Field Training Exercise, (AFINDEX-2023) will be held from March 21-30 in Pune. The chief aim of the exercise is to enable the participating contingents to hone their tactical skills, drills and procedures in joint operations for peacekeeping under UN mandate, create synergy and better understanding with armies of African nations and promote Indian defence Industries.

BSF conducts ‘Ops Alert’ exercise

The Border Security Force has started an "Ops Alert'' exercise to enhance security along the India-Pakistan border in Kutch district of Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan in view of the upcoming Republic Day celebrations, the BSF said.
‘Sea Vigil-22’ Coastal Defence Exercise

‘Sea Vigil-22’ Coastal Defence Exercise

The Indian Navy began the largest nationwide Coastal Defense Exercise Sea Vigil-22 on November 15, 2022. This is the third edition of the ‘Pan-India’ Coastal Defence Exercise ‘Sea Vigil-22’ and will be conducted over two days. In January 2021, the second edition of Sea Vigil was held.
Maritime Partnership Exercise held between Indian Navy and Royal Australian Navy in Bay of Bengal

Maritime Partnership Exercise held between Indian Navy and Royal Australian Navy in Bay of Bengal

A Maritime Partnership Exercise involving Royal Australian Navy (RAN) ships HMAS Adelaide and HMAS Anzac and Indian Navy Ships Jalashwa and Kavaratti along with their embarked helicopters was held in the Bay of Bengal on 02nd and 03rd November. The exercises included tactical manoeuvres, helicopter landings and amphibious operations, which signified the high degree of interoperability between IN and RAN.
Indian Navy joins trilateral exercise with Mozambique, Tanzania

Indian Navy joins trilateral exercise with Mozambique, Tanzania

The first edition of India-Mozambique-Tanzania Trilateral Exercise (IMT TRILAT), a joint maritime exercise among the Indian, Mozambique and Tanzanian navies commenced at Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania on 27 Oct 22. Indian Navy is represented by the guided missile frigate, INS Tarkash, a Chetak helicopter and MARCOS (Special Forces).
MOD signs a deal for dual role Surface-to-Surface BrahMos missile with BAPL

MOD signs a deal for dual role Surface-to-Surface BrahMos missile with BAPL

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) signed a contract with M/s BrahMos Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. (BAPL) for acquisition of additional dual-role capable Surface to Surface BrahMos missiles at an overall approximate cost of ₹ 1700 Crore under “Buy-Indian” Category. Induction of these dual-role capable Missiles is going to significantly enhance the operational capability of Indian Navy (IN) fleet assets.
Third Stealth Frigate of Project 17A – Taragiri

Third Stealth Frigate of Project 17A – Taragiri

Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd (MDL) on 11th September launched the third Stealth Frigate of Project 17A ‘”Taragiri”, a frigate when it is commissioned will among other things state-of-the-art weapons, sensors, an advanced action information system, an integrated platform management system and supersonic surface-to-surface missile system.

Cabinet Committee on Security approves Tejas Mark-2 Project

The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) has approved Tejas Mark-2 Project. The CCS has sanctioned 6,500 crore rupees for designing and developing of Tejas Mark-2 fighter jet with prototypes, flight testing, and certification. The allocation comes in addition to the existing 2500 crore rupees sanctioned to HAL.

World Coconut Day 2022

September 2 is observed as World Coconut Day.  This year's theme for "World Coconut Day" is "Growing coconut for a better future and life".This day highlights the significance of coconuts in our daily lives and how beneficial are they for health. Coconuts are some of the most popular and versatile fruits in the world.
Army’s new firepower – Nipun, F-INSAS, LCA

Army’s new firepower – Nipun, F-INSAS, LCA

The Army received the latest anti-personnel mine Nipun, Futuristic Infantry Soldier as a System (F-INSAS), the Landing Craft Assault (LCA) as well as a drone system from the defence minister. These will give the forces an edge in futuristic warfare as well as in battle terrains like Ladakh.
India begins cooperation with Combined Maritime Forces

India begins cooperation with Combined Maritime Forces

India formally commenced cooperation with the Bahrain-based multilateral partnership, Combined Maritime Forces (CMF). Established in 2001, it was formed as a coalition of regional and international like-minded partners to counter the threat of international terrorism and uphold the international rules-based order.
“Pitch Black” Exercise In Australia

“Pitch Black” Exercise In Australia

India will be part of a mega air combat exercise in Australia this month that is set to witness the participation of around 100 aircraft and 2,500 military personnel from 17 countries. The exercise is scheduled to take place from August 19 to September 6.
3rd edition of Vietnam-India Bilateral Army exercise starts

3rd edition of Vietnam-India Bilateral Army exercise starts

The 3rd Edition of Vietnam-India Bilateral Army Exercise “Ex VINBAX 2022” started at Chandimandir. It will continue till 20th August. The theme of Ex VINBAX - 2022 is the employment and deployment of an Engineer Company and a Medical Team as part of the United Nations Contingent for Peace Keeping Operations.