Sushant Kulkarni, The Indian Express

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Past articles by Sushant:

Cyber crimes in Pune: Loan app, sextortion, KYC, power bill frauds on rise

The National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal defines a cyber crime as 'any unlawful act where a computer or communication device or computer network is used to commit or facilitate the commission of crime'. → Read More

Introducing INS Mormugao, the Navy’s new guided missile destroyer

A new milestone in the history of India's indigenous warship building; here's what's on board in tech assets and weaponry, and the ship's strategic significance. → Read More

After LCH, all eyes on development of indigenous medium lift Indian Multirole Helicopter

The state-owned aerospace major Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) has over the last two decades rolled out three indigenously designed and developed helicopters in light category. → Read More

Know Your City: The Joshi-Abhyankar serial murders that struck fear in the hearts of Pune’s young and old

The sensational killings – known as the Joshi-Abhyankar serial murders – had shattered Pune’s identity as a laid-back, culture-rich, pensioners' paradise in the late 1970s when a state of internal emergency was in force across India. → Read More

17-nation air warfare drill ‘Pitch Black’ concludes on a note of cooperation in Indo-Pacific

The IAF contingent was led by Group Captain YPS Negi and comprised over 100 air warriors and was deployed with four Sukhoi-30 MKI fighters and two C-17 strategic transport aircraft. → Read More

After INS Vikrant, a third Aircraft carrier for Indian Navy on the anvil

After Russian-origin INS Vikramaditya and indigenous aircraft carrier (IAC) INS Vikrant, the second IAC is slated to be called INS Vishal and is proposed to have a displacement of around 65,000 tonnes, equalling the Queen Elizabeth-class of carriers of the UK. → Read More

Agnipath transparent and robust with tech upgrades, will select better skilled: officials

Nearly 68,000 candidates have registered for the second Agniveer recruitment rally of the Pune Recruitment Office of the Army which is underway at Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth Rahuri in Ahmednagar from August 24 to September 11. → Read More

Indian Army issues RFP for procurement of Quantum Key Distribution technology

QKD is primarily a mechanism to undertake secure communication with a cryptographic protocol involving various components of quantum mechanics. → Read More

Explained: All about F-INSAS, Nipun mines, LCA — the new systems handed over to the Army

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh Tuesday handed over two new weapons – the Nipun mines, the Landing Craft Assault (LCA) and the F-INSAS system – to the Army. What are these new weapons, and why are they critical to the Army's modernisation plans? → Read More

‘Buddy Pair’, ‘Chaar Yaar’ being implemented in Armed forces to address stress-related issues: MoS in Lok Sabha

Minister of State for Defence Ajay Bhatt gave the information in a written reply to Ratlam MP Guman Singh Damor where he listed various measures taken to de-stress soldiers and officers of the defence forces and also to improve their mental well-being and upgrade capabilities. → Read More

Air Force achieves 95% self-reliance in spares supply, saves Rs 600 crore in 5 years

The tyres and batteries for all critical aircraft fleets will be indigenously available in the next 3 years, according to Air Marshal Pande, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Maintenance Command. → Read More

Explained: Features of the unmanned combat aircraft that India successfully tested

The demonstrator vehicle was tested at the Aeronautical Test Range located at Chitradurga in Karnataka on Friday. → Read More

Maharashtra: Moneylenders among 13 arrested for harassing family of nine found dead in Sangli

Officials said that the arrested men are among the 25 people who were booked Monday night for harassing the family about the repayment of loans it had taken. The police have also invoked the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, against the accused. → Read More

Named in Sidhu Moosewala’s killing, Pune man held in Kutch, had a makeover

Pune Police investigation has also revealed that the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, which is suspected to have orchestrated Sidhu Moosewala's murder, has its footprints in Maharashtra as well. → Read More

Carpenter ‘who is link between LeT and Pune terror operative’ arrested from J&K

Officers said that Junaid Mohammed, who hails from Maharashtra's Buldhana district, allegedly received money for terror-related activities. → Read More

In Delhi engineer’s death in Lonavala forest, lessons for trekkers, state agencies

Local police and rescuers said they usually carry out 10 to 12 rescue missions every year to locate individuals or amateur trekkers losing their way in forested or mountainous areas. → Read More

India carries out successful flight-test of anti-tank guided missile in Pokhran

Helina, which was flight-tested from an indigenously developed Advanced Light Helicopter, is one of the most advanced anti-tank weapons in the world, the DRDO stated. → Read More

Explained: Maharashtra TET scam, malpractices in other recruitment exams and what next

TET is an exam that tests teachers for mathematics, science and language skills and is mandated under the Right to Education (RTE) Act. → Read More

Sea-to-sea variant of BrahMos Cruise Missile successfully tested from newly commissioned INS Visakhapatnam

The Indian Navy began deploying BrahMos, which has the capability to hit sea-based targets beyond radar horizon, on its frontline warships from 2005. → Read More

Cases surge in Maharashtra police, testing and precaution stepped up

🔴 In the week ending January 8, the state police has reported as many as 1,142 cases, which include 274 officers and 868 constabulary staff. → Read More