Indiatimes Frontlines is back with its second edition! This year, we are meeting the air warriors of the Indian Air Force. Let's meet and know more about the heroes who safeguard the world's highest battleground. #Frontlines
The biggest asset any army has is eyes and ears inside the enemy camp. These recce teams bring back essential information that becomes useful in war. This is the story of those who remain hidden in plain sight. And this is how close you'll get to an actual war.
"Either I will come back after hoisting the Tricolour, or I will come back wrapped in it. But I will be back for sure," said Captain Vikram Batra, Param Vir Chakra awardee, Kargil War.On #ArmyDay, here's an inside look at how the Indian Army trains to stay fighting fit. On the base of the Naga hills, a battalion is ready to move in and capture an enemy bunker. This is as close as you will get to an actual war.
In today's episode of?Indiatimes Frontlines, we will take you to the Air Force Test Pilots School where aspiring test pilots and flight test engineers take their baby steps into the field of test-piloting.Legendary astronaut Rakesh Sharma was also a test pilot and alumni of this school.?Indian Air Force?#Frontlines
It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to become an officer in the Indian Air Force. And the young Flight Cadets at the Air Force Academy are put through strenuous training, day in and day out. Here's what a day is like for them.
We meet the pilots of 45 Squadron of the Indian Air Force who are the first ones to fly the indigenously built LCA Tejas. The pioneer squadron is undertaking the tough task of inducting the first batch of Tejas fighters.
With Twitter announcing a permanent work-from-home policy, and Google and Facebook extending it to the end of the year, chances are that 'office life' might soon become history. What do you guys think?
We used to define documentaries as impactful and mind-bending. But recently, docu-films and series like Wild Wild Country, Tiger King and Icarus have proved that they can also be entertaining and addictive. Here's why we are watching more of these.
From affordable ventilators to drone sanitizers, Indian engineers and scientists are leading the charge with innovation to defeat coronavirus. Here's a look at how India is fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.