US striving to become India’s ‘first choice’ in defence solutions: Senior Pentagon official

''Promoting acquisition and sustainment initiatives with key international partners like India remains a top priority of mine," Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment Ellen M Lord

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Amid tension with China, India and US enhance military and intel cooperation

India and the US have quietly intensified information sharing after the recent clash between the Indian and Chinese troops along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh.

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US lawmakers pass legislation urging China to de-escalate situation with India along LAC

The legislation on Tuesday came a day after the House unanimously passed an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), slamming China's aggression against India in the Galwan Valley

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China cannot threaten countries and bully them in the Himalayas: Mike Pompeo

Speaking at a news conference in London on Tuesday, Pompeo said China was one of the important parts of his discussions with his British counterpart Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.

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Dhruvastra: DRDO test fires ‘made in India’ anti-tank guided Nag missile

The trials were carried out in direct and top attack mode on July 15-16. Trials were done without helicopter at Interim Test Range, Balasore, Odisha.

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Long haul for Indian Army at the LAC and LOC : Here’s why fuel cells are viable option for power, fuel needs

Once the glare of the media and many articulate strategic pundits shifts from the Galwan Valleyin Ladakh, to  more juicy  topics, the Indian army would still be there inlarger numbers doggedly doing

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Rafale coming in! How Rafale fighter jets fare against the Chinese PLAAF fighters?

The PAF had acquired the F-16 Fighting Falcons a couple of years before. This time around, with the induction of the Rafale, does the IAF need more than a catchy tag line to keep the PLAAF at bay?

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DRDO provides ‘Bharat drones’ to Indian Army for accurate surveillance at India-China border

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has provided drones named ‘Bharat’ to Indian Army.

Digital and network-centric defence ecosystems to bolster combat readiness, says KS Rao, CEO, Network Services and Software, STL

India based Sterlite Tech in 2018, was awarded Rs 3500-crore Advance Purchase Order to design, build and manage the Indian Navy’s communications network.

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Rafale jets are coming! Indian skies await for fighter jets from France, to have `Made in India’ component

There are also plans to assemble the Rafale here in India as well as making components for global customers at the facility in Nagpur which will undergo further expansion.

NDAA amendment slamming Chinese aggression against India passed by US House of Representatives

The NDAA amendment, moved by Congressman Steve Chabot along with Indian-American lawmaker Ami Bera and passed on Monday, said that India and China should work towards de-escalating the situation along

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US vs China: Trump administration has put together ‘war plan’ to ‘take down’ China’s Communist Party, says Bannon

''You're seeing an integrated war plan put together to confront first and then take down the Chinese Communist Party, to call their bluff,'' he said. This "war plan" against China includes supporting

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Indian Army to get more mine ploughs for T-90 tanks! BEML bags the deal

The deal has been signed with the approval of the defence minister Rajnath Singh in an effort to give a push to the `Make in India’ efforts in the defence sector at an approximate cost of Rs 557 cro

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Message to China? Indian and US Navies carry out drills in the Indian Ocean Region

The US Navy-- Nimitz Carrier Strike Group was transiting through IOR on its way from the South China Sea for deployment in the Middle East. Today’s drill was mainly to hone interoperability between

IAF to get lethal Rafales: Laden with weapons, Air Force gets ready to receive Rafale fighters

These fighters will be based out of Ambala, Hasimara as well as the Gwalior Air Force station where the French Mirage are based.

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US lawmakers introduce resolution urging China to de-escalate border tension with India

Top Republican Senator Marco Rubio also recently called on India's Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu to express his solidarity with the people of India.

The troops of India and China are locked in a standoff.

Dutch military helicopter crashes near Aruba, killing 2 crew

The helicopter was based on a navy patrol ship, the Groningen. The ship was working to secure the wreckage and the helicopter's black box, Bauer said.

Defense Minister Ank Bijleveld expressed condolences

Potent, formidable and Made in India Infantry Combat Vehicle BMP 2 deployed in Ladakh region

According to reports, the KBP delegation members in 2014 had a number of exhibitions with officers in the Ministry of Defence held a number of meetings and detailed presentations of the company’s pr

The military drills send a clear message to China.

Small Arms and the Indian ecosystem: Atmanirbhar Bharat for the needs of Indian Defence Services

The Indian Industry has to step forward and look at the futuristic needs of the Indian Defence Services and its law enforcement agencies.

The combat soldiers who have an aptitude and are keen to get into this domain need to be trained.

India-Argentina Nuclear Cooperation: Fission Molly Project in Mumbai nears completion

In 2019, during Argentine President Mauricio Macri's state visit to Delhi, the two countries agreed to boost cooperation in the nuclear energy sector with the signing of an MoU.

The main objective is to link India’s robust ecosystem of start-ups with the nuclear sector.

At UN High-Level session on multilateralism, Pakistan rakes up issue of Jammu and Kashmir

The UN organ had said that central to the discussion will be the role of the UN and its institutions in charting the way forward towards more trusted and impactful international cooperation.

New Delhi has maintained that issues related to Jammu and Kashmir are internal matters.

China’s belligerence in Ladakh reflection of its expansionist policy, thwarted by firm Indian response, say strategic experts

The Indian and Chinese armies are locked in a standoff in multiple locations in eastern Ladakh since May 5.

China says it’s not trying to replace US, won’t be bullied

The People's Republic of China is now engaged in an economic blitzkrieg an aggressive, orchestrated, whole-of-government (indeed, whole-of-society) campaign to seize the commanding heights of the glob

US aircraft carriers return to South China Sea amid rising tensions

The U.S. Navy says its carriers have long carried out exercises in the Western Pacific, including in the South China Sea, which extends for some 1,500 km (900 miles). At one point recently, the United

India China standoff: No one can take an inch of Indian Territory, says Rajnath Singh in Ladakh

Calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “decision-taking PM”, Singh also stated that no ``guarantee’’ could be given on the extent of the current situation between India and China be resolve

Rajnath Singh in Ladakh: T-90 tanks, BMP combat vehicles and special forces carry out military drill

The minister has been reviewing the situation in the eastern Ladakh along the Line of Actual Control on a regular basis and gets updated on the combat readiness of the Indian Army to deal with any inc

He also visited forward areas and interacted with the troops who are deployed there.

It’s time to push back against challenge posed by China: Mike Pompeo

Pompeo refrained from responding to news reports that there could be a ban on US travel for Chinese party members and their families.

The US is going to have fair, reciprocal trade relationships, he said.
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