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Passing out parade was held at Indian Air Force Academy in Telangana's Dundigal. 161 officers have been graduated today. IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria attended the event. Speaking on Eastern Ladakh situation, the IAF Chief said, "Talks are on for next round. There's proposal for Commander-level talks and decisions will be taken. 1st attempt is to continue with talks and do disengagement of balance friction points and follow it with de-escalation".