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IAF

(Internet Application Framework) A suite of software development technologies that is the backbone of the Ross ERP Suite. Meta-data driven, IAF comprises a .NET development system, browser-based and mobile interfaces, an application server and the GEMBASE database. See Ross ERP.
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This was also the last sortie of the IAF Chief in a combat aircraft before his retirement due on September 30.
New Delhi had claimed on February 26 that the IAF jets had carried out what it called pre-emptive strike in Balakot against a camp of Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM), the group it alleges was behind the February 14 killing of its 40 soldiers in Pulwama.
PRGMEA Chief Coordinator informed that a high-powered delegation of PRGMEA had also attended the 34th IAF World Fashion Convention, held last time in Maastricht, Netherlands, where Pakistani exporters held a number of successful meetings with Centre for the promotion of imports from developing countries (CBI).
The traditional congresses which are annually held are considered one of the IAF important events.
The outnumbered IAF pilots (12 aircraft of three vastly different types), scrambled from various bases and showed the presence of mind not to walk into the ambush set for them, but they failed to deliver a deterrent punishment on PAF.
Meanwhile, buoyed by the final operational clearance (FOC) to its Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas by the military aviation regulator Cemilac, state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) is ramping up production to deliver 16 of them for the Indian Air Force (IAF) operational fleet by this year-end, a top official said on Thursday.
'IAF has not shifted any goal posts as alleged,' Dhanoa said countering allegations that developments of the Tejas fighter suffered because the IAF changed specifications and requirements frequently.
He said PRGMEA and IAF had also started work for the promotion of value addition of the different apparel products besides ensuring the addition of several new products.
"Guberman-PMC will not be intimated, nor will it allow itself to be overseen by China-led International Accreditation Forum (IAF)." He added, "Guberman-PMC prefers to work with registrars that see the value in competition and independence, such as those accredited by ABAC American Board of Accredited Certifications (http://www.aboac.org) which has proven to be a defender of fair competition, equal opportunity, and diversity in the ISO certification marketplace."
During the Indo-Pakistan War 1965, Indian Air Force (IAF) was more than six times larger in numbers and superior in quality of aircraft.