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Indian technology and investment can be exploited and industrialized in Bolivia: CEO, Kinn Industrial Grupo

On the eve of President Kovind’s visit to Bolivia later this week, Luis Kinn, CEO, Kinn Industrial Grupo, dealing in hydrocarbon, gold, and real estate development, shares his views saying the visit can be the beginning of

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Breaking! Indian Navy may finalise $2 billion MH60R Seahawk multirole naval helicopters deal later this year

Highly placed sources have indicated to Financial Express Online that, a Letter of Agreement (LOA) is expected next month from the US Government.

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More wings to IAF! Chinook helicopters inducted in Indian Air Force; facts you should not miss

Chinook helicopters had come from the US ahead of time arrived in a semi knocked down (SKD) condition at Mundra Port in Gujarat

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Decoded: The reason behind delay in much-needed close-quarter-battle carbines for Indian Army

The Indian Army has been trying to get new rifles for its soldiers for over a decade now.

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Indian Air Force gets more wings: Lethal Chinook copters to be formally inducted in IAF on Monday

The helicopters made in the US came to India in semi knocked down (SKD) condition and were reassembled in India, and re-tested before being formally sent to their base in Chandigarh.

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BrahMos in demand! Chile eyes Indo-Russian missile; big interest for ship and shore-based platforms

The agreement between India and Russia for development of the advanced BrahMos system allows the use of the missile in both countries’ armed forces and export to other friendly countries.

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No major change in policy towards India after voluntary resignation of the Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev

Since the same elite will continue to rule at least for some time, there will be no major change in policy towards India. However, some domestic political churning might take place before the presidential election in Kazakhst

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Pakistan tries to flex muscles; Creates PAF’s ”Aggressor Squadron” along the border with India in the Mushaf area

The 'Squadron 29' is expected to have a total of 8 F-16 fighter planes, which can be used against India in case in any emergency.

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Fate of close-quarter-battle carbines, CQBs, remains undecided

The MoD, at one point, was mulling issuing a fresh request for proposal (RfP) for the procurement of 93,895 close-quarter-battle carbines (CQB).

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India becomes top importer of Gold Doré Bars from Bolivia

In Bolivia, mining is the second most important activity and represents 30% of the global exports and gold is the second mining sector in Bolivia with an annual production of around 25 tons.

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Manohar Parrikar, minister behind surgical strikes, modernised India’s defence and gave free hand to Army

Manohar Parrikar attempted to bring back the modernisation of the armed forces back on track as well as gave free hand to the Indian Army to be pro-active on the Line of Control (LoC).

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As US tightens sanctions, India cuts down oil imports from Venezuela blaming poor infrastructure

The bilateral trade between the two countries is at $6 billion and is in the favour of Venezuela due to oil imports by India.

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Bolivia to join India led International Solar Alliance

Last week, Paraguayan side had conveyed to Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu at the end of talks in Asuncion that the relevant internal consultations are being finalized with a view to join ISA.

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Closing the gaps in terror vigilance: Smarter surveillance with AI and analytics

Infiltration has always been a major concern in India, where illegal immigrants trespass the near-border areas like Assam, Nagaland, Kashmir, Manipur, Mumbai, etc. posing threat to the country.

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KABIL and Yacimientos del Litio Bolivianos expected to set up Lithium Battery Plant in India

The Consortium has visited the `Lithium Triangle’ in South America -- comprising Chile, Argentina and Bolivia, as India is in the process of setting up large lithium-ion battery plants, and these countries have offered to m

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US offers Javelin Anti-Tank Guided Missiles again to India: Sources

The Javelin is included in the Defense Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI) between India and the US, which means that that the US administration is ready to share technology and to co-produce and co-develop future weapon s

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India to have 6 more nuclear reactors! US to build new atomic power plants, to boost India’s $150 billion programme

India and the US had signed a historic agreement to cooperate in civil nuclear energy sector in October 2008, which gave a fillip to bilateral ties, which has been on an upward swing since.

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Al Nagah 2019: India and Oman exercise for interoperability between forces

Exercise Al Nagah 2019 will contribute immensely in developing mutual understanding and respect for each other’s military as also facilitate in tackling the worldwide phenomenon of terrorism.

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Made in India missiles big hit! Countries across the globe show interest in buying BrahMos, Akash

The government has been receiving proposals for the Indo-Russian joint venture BrahMos Missile from as diverse as ASEAN countries, South American nation Chile and South Africa which is a member of the BRICS Grouping. The Brah

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Kartarpur Corridor: First meeting to take place on Thursday; All you need to know about the historic Gurudwara

In November last year, the Cabinet had approved the construction of a passenger terminal building (PTB complex) at the cost of Rs 190 crore which is expected handle immigration and customs clearance facilities for 5,000 pilgr

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ISRO’s big achievement: South American countries look towards India for low cost satellite launches

Experts have indicated to Financial Express Online that in the South American Region, India could become a strategic partner to boost its space program at low cost and the cooperation in the Space sector could be used various

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India-SICA talks to take place soon to help promote bilateral trade and investments

SICA which is a small group of countries of Central America, is very critical to India as it offers free exchange of trade with other countries in the United States and also with European nations. They are keenly to have deep

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Vice President Venkaiah Naidu in Costa Rica: Both countries to explore various sectors for deepening their relationship

With air connectivity using code sharing between the airlines and visitor friendly visas, it would be able to promote closer people to people linkages which are the prerequisite for widening and deepening of bilateral relatio

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For the first time, South America’s UPEACE confers Doctor Honoris Causa on Indian leader

The University headquartered in Costa Rica has Centers in Addis Ababa, The Hague, Vienna, and New York. The secretary general of the UN is the honorary president of the university.

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First ever India-Japan Space Dialogue: Both countries to focus on surveillance and maritime awareness

With China already making impressive strides in the space sector, both India and Japan are getting closer and seeking higher cooperation in critical sectors.

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Paraguay shows interest in agriculture machinery and technology from India

Before leaving for Costa Rica, India invited Paraguay business community to take advantage of India's economic growth and the reform oriented approach of the Government.

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Vice President Venkaiah Naidu’s Costa Rica visit: South American nation’s companies invited to invest in India

India urged the Costa Rican authorities to ease current visa policies and restrictions to allow Indian scientists, engineers and technology experts, academics, doctors, and other professionals to regularly visit Costa Rica an

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