Republic Day parade: IAF Spokesperson Wing Commander Indranil Nandi told a news agency that 42 aircrafts will be seen in flypast including 15 fighter planes, 5 transport and 1 vintage aircraft. Rafate fighter jets will also participate in parade, he said.
Tractor rally on Jan 26: The Supreme Court on Monday said that entry into Delhi is a law and order issue and the police should determine who should be allowed the entry and on what conditions.
Protesting farmers and their leaders have said that they will take out a massive tractor rally in Delhi on January 26 in protest of the three contentious farm laws.
According to Delhi Police, using the above-said means certain criminals, anti-social elements, or terrorists inimical to India may pose a threat to the safety of the general public, dignitaries, and vital installations during the Republic Day celebrations.
Suriname President to be R-Day chief guest: India had initially invited Boris Johnson to be the chief guest but the British PM had to cancel his visit in view of the grim coronavirus situation back home.
We can’t confirm one way or other but PM Boris Johnson is keen to visit India as soon as possible, says British High Commission Spokesperson to ANI on reports of India’s invitation to UK PM for Republic Day
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