India’s bilateral talks for a preferential trade agreement (PTA) with South American countries’ bloc Mercosur are getting delayed as some of the members have sought more time to address concerns raised by the Indian side.
Indian ambasssador to Copenhagen Rajeev Shahare said Denmark has embarked on a number of steps to be ahead of the curve in doing business with India
The ministry of defence (MoD) is planning to issue a fresh expression of interest (EoI) for the Indian Army’s $7.5-billion futuristic infantry combat vehicle (FICV) programme.
India and Russia have agreed ‘in principle’ to export the world’s fastest anti-ship cruise missile, BrahMos, to UAE, Vietnam, South Africa and Chile.
Despite intense efforts from both sides, the Westinghouse-Toshiba nuclear reactors deal is not expected to be closed by the time Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaches the US on June 7, at the invitation of US President Barack Obama.
While the Army, Navy and the Coast Guard are supporting the requirement of these planes, “It will be like an AON that the Navy requires 12 US-2i as of now, and the commercial negotiations for them can begin.
During the forthcoming visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the US, the main concern of the American companies that Isro is subsidising its commercial launches…
The recent sea trial gives a major boost to India’s indigenous submarine building programme
The decision for the next step in the purchase of long-pending Japanese amphibious plane US-2i is expected to get delayed further as the next Defence Acquisition Council cannot take place due to the vacant post of Chief of Integrated Staff (CISC) in the ministry of defence.
The first fuel assembly was successfully loaded into the reactor of the second unit of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) on Wednesday — signalling that power generation at the unit will commence soon.
India has been ranked among the top 10 countries in terms of its digital diplomacy performance
With the UAE, we are engaging actively so that we open up with the rest of the GCC members, says Nirmala Sitharaman, MoS for commerce and industry
The law ministry has also opposed accepting Geneva as the arbitration destination in the event of any dispute, wanting it to be replaced by Delhi, something that the French side has opposed.
With the ministry of defence (MoD) setting a 2018 deadline for making the first upgraded Light Combat Aircraft ‘Tejas’, state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is seeking help from Swedish company SAAB.
Negotiations on the terms and conditions of the supply of 36 `Rafale’ fighter aircraft, including those related to total cost, actual delivery timelines and guarantee period, have not been concluded.
Regional connectivity has been a focus area for India at different international fora
India and France are still negotiating the latter’s offer in terms of New Delhi’s offset clause regarding the multi-billion dollar deal to purchase 36 French Rafale aircraft.
Space cooperation is expected to be on top of the agenda when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Washington during June 7-8.
The $8.8-billion Rafale deal has not yet been finalised, but is at an ‘advanced stage’, defence minister Manohar Parrikar said on Thursday, adding that “the intention was to close it quite soon”.
The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has given its approval for expansion of the India-Chile Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA).
India has the world’s fastest anti-ship cruise missile, BrahMos, which a number of countries want to buy. However, a lack of clarity in the defence exports policy means that it has not yet been sold.
Sale of 15 US-2i (Utility Seaplane Mark 2) amphibious aircraft from ShinMaywa Industries, Japan, to India is unlikely to materialise soon as the Indian Navy…
Impressed by the recent success of the all-women contingent in Liberia, the United Nations has sought women military observers from India.
It’s been more than two-and-a-half months since leaders of both India and France had suggested that the deal for the 36 French Rafale medium multi-role combat aircraft for the Indian Air Force (IAF) was ready to be sealed.
US defence secretary Ash Carter on Sunday began a three-day visit to India, seeking to advance a relatively new defence relationship with a country Washington sees as a counterweight to the growing power of China.
Despite prolonged negotiations, India is not yet ready to ink three defence agreements with the US — the Logistics Supply Agreement (LSA), the Communication and Information Security Memorandum of Agreement (CISMOA) and the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) for geospatial intelligence.
Aiming to improve bilateral trade with India, Argentina will soon announce incentives for foreign investors. Automotives, mining, railways, agro- business and oil & gas exploration are some of the key areas where the two countries can collaborate.