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Jaguar jets still flying without autopilot: CAG One of the frontline fighters of the Indian Air Force, the Jaguars,are still flying without autopilots. Function: An autopilot reduces the pilot's workload, enhances safety of aircraft and cuts aircraft accidents. Jaguars acquired in the 1980s are of older vintage and lack autopilots. In 1997, the IAF had projected a requirement of 108 autopilots for 108 aircraft but only 35 autopilots were contracted in August 1999 due to "resource crunch" at a cost of 37.42 crore which were delivered between 2006 & 2008.A repeat contract for 95 autopilots was concluded only by March 2014 Out of 35 autopilots procured earlier,only 18 could be integrated on the Jaguar aircraft as of March 2017 The integrated autopilots were also functioning sub-optimally due to malfunctioning of their vital component i.e.Auto Pilot Electronic Unit In addition, 30 autopilots received through the repeat contract are yet to be integrated sabe inegrted, t Electronic Urictioning sube ntegrated on the oniy by March 20/e Thus,as on October 2016,IAF had a holding of 1 17 Jaguars, but only 18 could be upgraded with autopilot capability. Even these autopilots were working sub-optimally due to malfunctioning of their APEUs. . In addition to autopilots, the IAF is undertaking a major modernisation of the Jaguar fleet, which also carry nuclear weapons, with new avionics and sensors to keep them flying for another two decades. The Jaguars have an underpowered engine. Flying aid capability envisaged by IAF for the Jaguar aircraft in 1997 remains largely unrealised even after 20 years.Meanwhile,IAF had lost 3 Jaguar aircraft and one pilot since April 2008 due to pilot disorientation /human error whereas loss of another four Jaguar aircraft was under investigation as of October 2016.
e High Courts oppose all-India judicial service Nine high courts have opposed a proposal to have an all-India service for lower judiciary, eight have sought changes in the proposed framework and only two have supported the idea. The document, sent to all members of the parliamentary consultative committee on law and justice, also states that most of the 24 high courts want control over the subordinate judiciary. Government has given a fresh push to the long-pending proposal to set up the new service to have a separate cadre for lower judiciary in the country.The idea was first mooted in the 1960s. The Allahabad, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Manipur, Meghalaya, Orissa and Uttarakhand high courts have suggested changes in age at induction level, qualifications, training and quota of vacancies to filled through the proposed service. Most of the high courts want the administrative control over the subordinate judiciary to remain with the respective high courts. There were vacancies of 4,452 judges in subordinate courts in the country as per the figures released on December 31,2015.While the sanctioned strength is 20,502, the actual number of judges and judicial officers in subordinate courts is 16,050. Adoption of the model followed by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for conducting the National- Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses could also be explored.
i. Page 12 world News: Suu Kyi's man in Yangon under re over transport pact with China . Aung San Suu Kyi's first major infrastructure project could hardly be more visible hundreds of new yellow buses now plying the streets of Yangon in what her ruling party hopes will be a potent symbol of how it is transforming peoples' lives. . But two deals to import 2,000 buses from China estimated at more than $100 million have caused an unusual rift within her National League for Democracy (NLD), with regional lawmakers questioning its cost and accusing Yangon's Chief Minister Phyo Min Thein, a Suu Kyi prot g , of cronyism and a lack of accountability. Growing Disillusionment: When Ms. Suu Kyi swept to power in an electoral landslide in 2015, analysts predicted Western companies, whose government's had cheered on the transition to democracy in the southeast Asian nation that began in 201 I, would flock to the country. But the Yangon bus deal underscores that Ms. Suu Kyi's backers in the West have grown disillusioned as Myanmar increasingly prefers to do business with China.
World News: After Arab states, Israel seeks to ban Al-Jazeera Israeli officials have long accused Al-Jazeera of bias against the Jewish state. Defence Minister of Israel has likened its coverage to "Nazi Germany-style" propaganda. Al-Jazeera already has been targeted by Arab nations now isolating Qatar as part of a months-long political dispute over Doha's politics and alleged support for Islamist extremists
. Debt-laden Essar's oil asset sale may only aid promoters Essar Group Essar Steel[Debt laden, owing Rs 45000Crore to to Selling ESSAR oil. Russian Rosneft Banks]
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