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May 4th week 2015 current affairs
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May 4th week 2015 current affairs

1) Rare hyena sighted in Kawal Tiger Reserve

 

  • A rare Hyena has been sighted in Kawal Tiger Reserve in Adilabad district. The image of a striped hyena captured on camera at Alinagar, Dongapalli and Mallial in Kawal Tiger Reserve (KTR) in Adilabad has sent a wave of cheer among those who are working towards improvement of the habitat to bring back tigers.
  • The hyena has appeared just when everyone concerned thought that it is extinct in Telangana or Andhra Pradesh, for that matter.

 

2) Army inducts indigenously-built Akash missile

 

  • The indigenously built Akash Air Defense system has been inducted into the Army with Army Chief General Dalbir Singh receiving its symbolic key from the CMD of Bharat Dynamics Limited on 5th May. Akash is capable to engage a wide variety of aerial threats like aircraft, helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles up to a maximum range of 25 km and up to an altitude of 20 km.

 

3) Advanced version of BrahMos test-fired

 

  • An advanced version of the BrahMos land-attack cruise missile was successfully test-fired on 9th May from the Car Nicobar Islands
  • The land-to-land configuration of BrahMos was launched from a Mobile Autonomous Launcher (MAL) for its full-range of 290-km. This is the 48th test firing of the missile. This test met all flight parameters, including high-level maneuvers. A similar test was concluded successfully on 8th May too. The BrahMos missile has been jointly developed by India and Russia

 

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