Passengers entering India will now have to declare their possession of drones upon arrival. They will also have to pay an extra duty on it

This is because the Indian government has decided to include drones in the list of prohibited and taxed goods from Apr. 1.

Across the world, several countries come up with laws and innovative ways to regulate the use of drones. In Tokyo, the police uses drones with nets to catch dangerous drones. In the Netherlands, police is training eagles to grab rogue drones. In the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration requires the country’s users to register their small unmanned aircraft with the government. Read more…

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