PM to visit Italy and the UK from Oct 29 to Nov 2; to attend G20, climate summits

The G-20 heads of state and government Summit will be held in Rome on October 30 and 31, with the participation of the leaders of the grouping and of representatives of some of the main international and regional organisations.
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India is fully committed to multilateralism and to strengthening the United Nations: Amb TS Tirumurti

On the eve of the United Nations Day, Ambassador TS Tirumurti (Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations) talks with Huma Siddiqui on the importance of the UN and India’s contribution

TS Tirumurti

Would Israel and UAE join an anti-China Quad?

Going by the opinion of some otherwise informed Indian elite, the new forum is part of an anti-China strategy of the Biden Administration, happily endorsed by India, Israel and the UAE. So let's take

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Exclusive- Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari to FE Online: Ready for two-front war; IAF is aiming for self reliance in all spheres

Indian Air Force had seeded the Defence Aerospace Industry and nurtured the production of various aircraft of all generations, LCA Mk1 being the latest induction in the IAF's arsenal.

IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari

Indian Army deploys more fire power along LAC in Eastern sector

Along almost 1300 – km LAC, the army has deployed M777 Ultra Light Howitzers, upgraded 40mm L-70 air defence guns, and automated and electronic fusion of Bofors and other artillery guns.

For battlefield transparency and ensuring quick response, the Indian Army has infused significant technology to fuse various sensors and platforms.

Modernisation of the Army’s Artillery – issues remain

Complementing the guns, mortars, rockets and missiles, Artillery is acquiring a family of munitions, ranging from conventional high explosive shells and rockets to precision and cargo munitions,for il

This assertion is sans the rhetoric because the results are there for us to see. (PTI File image)

Additional security forces deployed, bunkers set up in Srinagar to check militant attacks

The situation had improved to such an extent that the then Union home minister P Chidambaram was believed to be favourably disposed towards repealing the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from J

Security bunkers manned by the central armed paramilitary forces (CAPF) are being set up in many areas of Srinagar where these were removed between 2011 and 2014 following the overall improvement in the security situation across Kashmir. (File image)

UK Navy chief Admiral Sir Tony Radakin arrives in India on three-day visit

Admiral Radakin met Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh here on Friday and laid a wreath at the National War Memorial as a tribute to fallen soldiers.

India among select few countries developing hypersonic missiles: US Congressional report

India has collaborated with Russia on the development of BrahMos II, a Mach 7 hypersonic cruise missile, the CRS report said.

Guatemala & India: 50 years old relationship growing stronger

The situation caused by the current pandemic is the perfect thermometer needed to measure and mediate friendship among our people and governments.

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Maldives defence minister says country’s relationship with India today is stronger than ever

In September last year, India provided financial assistance of USD 250 million to the Maldives to help it mitigate the economic impact of the pandemic.

"Today, the relationship between the Maldives and India is stronger than ever. It's not anchored by our shared values, history and perspectives alone. India is and has been our first and best responder in all times of need," she said. (Representative image)

China has been an aggressor against India and others; must be held accountable for failing to play by rules: Nicholas Burns

Beijing is engaged in hotly contested territorial disputes in both the South China Sea and the East China Sea. It has built up and militarised many of the islands and reefs it controls in the region.

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Developing exciting technologies that will make aviation more sustainable: Ashmita Sethi, Pratt & Whitney

Earlier this month, in view of the growing number of passengers expected to fly in coming decades, airlines globally have committed themselves to ''net zero’’ carbon emissions by 2050.

Ashmita Sethi, Pratt & Whitney

Armed Forces’ Tactical Info-communication Network: Key to India’s Warfighting Capability

The tactical communication networks possess highly formatted message structures for information exchange to achieve interoperability using optimum bandwidth.

Committed to making products compatible with Sustainable aviation fuels: Kishore Jayaraman, President – India & South Asia, Rolls-Royce

Ahead of COP 26, Kishore Jayaraman, President - India & South Asia, Rolls-Royce shares details with Huma Siddiqui on what the company is doing towards zero carbon by 2050, and electric planes.

Kishore Jayaraman, President - India & South Asia, Rolls-Royce

Rajnath Singh launches online project monitoring portal for military engineer services

"It (portal) will enable real-time monitoring of projects from its inception to completion," the ministry's statement noted.

Not just MES, even the armed forces would be able to gain access about the project information using this portal, it said.

Mighty warship HMS Queen Elizabeth runs on Rolls Royce systems; company offers expertise to Indian Navy

During the drill, Rolls Royce is expected to showcase the results of innovation in naval power and propulsion, which has been achieved over decades.

Indian diplomat’s mike goes silent at UN conference while criticising China’s BRI

The sudden "mike failure" at the UN meet hosted by China here from October 14 to 16 created a flutter and took several minutes to restore.

The USD 60 billion CPEC, which connects Gwadar Port in Pakistan's Balochistan with China's Xinjiang province, is the flagship project of the BRI.

Two Lashkar-e-Taiba militants, soldier killed in Shopian encounter

According to officials, one of the ultras killed was involved in the murder of a carpenter from Uttar Pradesh's Saharanpur recently.

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Pakistan Navy’s claim not credible as submarine’s location was way beyond its territorial waters

People familiar with maritime operations stated that the location of the submarine -- as per details that came out -- was 150 nautical miles from Karachi port which is beyond the limit of Pakistani wa


India’s debut in tech geopolitics

The focus on emerging technologies was a common strand that ran through the Modi-Biden and the Quad summits as well as PM’s interaction with leading American CEOs.

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India, UK discuss UN reforms, counterterrorism, climate action

The discussions under the second India-UK Multilateral Dialogue were held on Monday in London.

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North Korea confirms missile test designed for submarine launch

The test Tuesday was the fifth round of missile launch since September and came as North Korea steps up pressure on Washington and Seoul to abandon what Pyongyang sees as hostile polices such as joint

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Ex-Yudh Abhyas: Indian and US troops train for counter-terror ops, interoperability in extreme cold

The exercise which is under a bilateral format is under way at the Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Alaska, US and according to the Indian Army is the biggest joint military training and defence coope

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