Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS) and Maintenance Command, Indian Air Force (MC, IAF) organised a joint seminar on the theme "Challenges Of The Evolving Threats Facing India" at Air Force Station Tughlakabad, New Delhi on February 25, 2020. The seminar was attended by Officers from Units under Maintenance Command IAF & Distinguished Senior Research Fellows from CAPS. The event was inaugurated by Air Marshal Shashiker Choudhary AVSM VSM, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, MC IAF.
The seminar was conducted in three sessions. The inaugural session commenced with an opening address by Air Marshal KK Nohwar PVSM VM (Retd), Director General, CAPS. This session focussed on 'Politico - Military Environment with respect to India - China Relations post-Wuhan and Mahabalipuram' covered by Shri Jayadeva Ranade. Dr Shalini Chawla, Distinguished Fellow, CAPS spoke on 'India - Pakistan Relations post-Balakot and Abrogation of Article-370'. The second session covered on 'New Challenges with respect to Trajectory of China's Nuclear Weapons Programme & Safeguarding India's Critical Information Infrastructure', which was chaired by Dr Shalini Chawla, Distinguished fellow, CAPS. The seminar concluded with a session on 'Capability building at Base Repair Depots and Equipment Depots of the IAF', chaired by Air Vice Marshal VC Wankhade AOES MC, IAF.