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Abilash Barak takes charge as the first female fighter pilot

  • The Royal Air Force of the British Army started a military air force in our country in 1942. Its first aircraft was launched in 1947. The Special Air Force for our Army was launched in 1986.
  • In this, women were never fighter pilots. Meanwhile, Abilasha Barak became the first female fighter pilot in our Army Air Force. Abilashah also took charge yesterday along with 36 army pilots who had completed their training.
Sales of 29.5% stake in Hindustan Zinc - Union Cabinet Approval
  • At a meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi yesterday, it was decided to sell the remaining 29.5 per cent stake in Hindustan Zinc to the state.
  • This will bring in ₹ 38 trillion in revenue to the state. It is said to have helped reach the US government's target of raising ₹ 65,000 crore through the sale of public sector shares in the current financial year.
  • Until 2002, the United States owned 100 percent of Hindustan Zinc. Later, 26 per cent of the shares were sold for ₹ 445 crore. It was acquired by Vedanta Group.
  • Vedanta currently owns 64.92% of Hindustan Zinc. Of this, 29.5 per cent of the US government-owned shares are currently up for sale, leaving the entire company in the hands of the US government.
India-Bangladesh Naval Joint Exercise Pongosagar begins
  • The third Bongosagar Joint Exercise between India and Bangladesh Navy commenced on May 24, 2022 at the Port of Mongala in Bangladesh. Port training will take place on May 24 and 25, followed by naval training on May 26 and 27 in the northern part of the Bay of Bengal.
  • The Bongosagar Joint Naval Exercise aims to enhance the capabilities of the two navies.
  • The Indian Navy ship Kora, the domestically designed missile warship Corvette and the naval patrol vessel Sumedha are involved in the exercise. The warships Abu Ubaida and Ali Haider are engaged in training with the Bangladesh Navy.
The 11th India-UAE Joint Security Cooperation Group meeting was held in Delhi
  • The 11th meeting of the Indo-UAE Joint Security Cooperation Council was held in New Delhi. In it, Maj. Gen. Staff Hassan Mohammed Sultan Bani Hammad, Chairman of the Development Military Commission of the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Defense, met with Indian Defense Secretary Ajay Kumar in New Delhi.
  • At the time, the two discussed ways to enhance security cooperation between the two countries. In addition, it was decided to explore and explore new ways of working together to enhance security cooperation between the two countries.
  • The purpose of the existing joint exercises between the two countries and the elimination of problems in it were also discussed.

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