Tejas cleared to carry Python-5 air-to-air missile

Indigenously-developed light combat aircraft Tejas has been cleared to carry fifth generation Python-5 air-to-air missile as part of its weapons package that would significantly enhance the combat pro

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IAF airlifts 9 cryogenic oxygen containers from Dubai, Singapore

The Indian Air Force (IAF) airlifted nine cryogenic oxygen containers from Dubai and Singapore and has brought them to the Panagarh air base in West Bengal, according to an official statement issued o

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Govt sets up Inter-Ministerial group to clear global relief materials ASAP, while Biden calls Modi and offers help

With so much global help coming in for fighting the COVID-19 crisis, a high level Inter-Ministerial group has established procedures for immediate clearance of these materials.

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US Navy fires warning shots in new tense encounter with Iran

An American warship fired warning shots when vessels of Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard came too close to a patrol in the Persian Gulf, the US Navy said Wednesday.

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Army Chief Gen Naravane visits eastern Ladakh and Siachen; takes stock of security preparedness

He was accompanied by Lt Gen YK Joshi, Army Commander of the Northern Command, and Lt Gen PGK Menon, General Officer Commanding(GOC) of the Leh-based Fire and Fury Corps.

The Chief of Army Staff was later briefed by Lt Gen Menon on the prevailing security situation and operational preparedness in the region. He is scheduled to return to the national capital on Wednesday.

China says its South Asian FMs meet on COVID-19 is ‘open’ to India

China reported the first COVID-19 case in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019 and since then the deadly disease has snowballed into a pandemic, affecting more than 147,925,000 people and ov

"The meeting will be held under the principles of openness, inclusiveness and win-win cooperation. Other interested countries are welcome to participate, he said.

Time for armed forces to rise to occasion: Gen Bipin Rawat on COVID-19

The message by the Chief of Defence Staff came a day after he briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi about various measures undertaken by the armed forces to deal with the second wave of the pandemic ra

"We can and we will. Well done and carry on, we still have long distances to travel, Gen Rawat said.

‘Indo-Pacific tilt’ in the UK’s foreign policy? UK Carrier Strike Group will sail to India next month

The UK will support freedom of passage through vital global trading routes throughout the deployment and will demonstrate commitment to a recognised international system of norms and behaviours that b

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Indian Navy trains non-medical personnel for COVID-19 emergency

In view of surge in COVID-19 cases, the Southern Naval Command of the Indian Navy is training its non medical personnel to work as force multipliers in times of emergencies.

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Fighting Covid-19: PM Modi reviews preparations of Armed Forces; Navy, IAF airlift and deliver oxygen

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reviewed the preparations and operations being undertaken by the Armed Forces to deal with the pandemic.

According to the official spokesperson of the Indian Navy, on Sunday morning (April 25, 2021), Kochi based INS Sharda, undertook transfer of essential medical supplies to the capital of UTL, Kavaratti. (Photos Credit : Indian Air Force)

Security forces recover arms and ammunition in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar district

Security forces have recovered a cache of arms and ammunition, including two pistols, during a search operation in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar district, Army officials said on Monday.

IAF sends aircraft to Dubai to bring 7 empty cryogenic oxygen containers

A heavy-lift transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force was on Monday sent to Dubai to airlift seven empty cryogenic oxygen containers, officials said.

US does a turnaround on vaccine raw material supply after NSA talks; Russia, other countries dispatch help to India

Experts believe that the US will achieve the target of vaccinating its entire adult population soon

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Kashmir: Time to move ahead

Cradled in the lap of the majestic Himalayas, Kashmir has always been known for its picturesque beauty, due to which it is referred to as ‘paradise on earth’.

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Operation Teman: India Navy, IAF join hands to help Indonesian Navy in search efforts for KRI Nanggala

On Saturday morning the Indian Navy has dispatched Intervention System of 2nd Deep Submergence Rescue Vessel (DSRV). This is now enroute to Surabaya, Indonesia onboard Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft

Rajnath Singh reviews preparedness for fighting growing COVID cases; AFMS deploys more doctors to help Civil Administration

In the second meeting this week, defence Minister Rajnath Singh reviewed the preparedness of Ministry of Defence and the Armed Forces to deal with the growing number of COVID-19 cases.

IAF joins fight against Covid-19; Airlifts Oxygen tankers from overseas and carries medical supplies to Leh

On Saturday April 24, 2021, 2 am, one C-17 of Indian Air Force (IAF) got airborne from Hindan Air Base for Changi International Airport, Singapore.

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The seas must become India’s opportunity region in the coming future, says the Navy Chief

In his address during a webinar on ‘Securing the Blue Economy’, the Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh said that the Blue Economy offers a huge opportunity for India. “The Blue Economy con

The seas must become India’s opportunity region in the coming future, says the Navy Chief

AFMS gets emergency financial powers to fight Covid-19 spike; India to lift high capacity tankers from UAE & Singapore

To reduce movement time, the transport fleet of the Indian Air Force has started transporting empty tankers after delivery of oxygen to Destination State/ UT to oxygen producing locations.

AFMS gets emergency financial powers to fight Covid-19 spike; India to lift high capacity tankers from UAE & Singapore

IAF airlifts empty oxygen tankers, containers to filling stations across India

The oxygen containers will be transported by road or rail to various hospitals once they are refilled, they said

Officials said the IAF has also deployed its aircraft for transportation of medical personnel and medicines to various places across the country as part of its COVID-19 response.

India gets Mobile Oxygen Generating Units for AFMS COVID Hospitals; IAF airlifts medical relief, doctors

In view of the acute shortage of oxygen in the hospitals during the second wave of COVID-19 across the country, the Ministry of Defence has allowed import of critical oxygen generation plants and cont

Officials said the IAF has also deployed its aircraft for transportation of medical personnel and medicines to various places across the country as part of its COVID-19 response.

Indonesia launches SAR mission for its missing submarine, Indian Navy has the capability to handle such accidents, says expert

According to reports, KRI Nanggala (402) had lost contact in the sea 95 km north of Bali on April 21, 2021 and had 53 crew members. It was conducting torpedo firing drills when the contact was lost in

Indonesia launches SAR mission for its missing submarine; Know about Indian Navy’s capability to handle subs accidents

The submarine reported to be missing is the KRI Nanggala-402 vessel, a German-built vessel in service of 1981 vintage.

The submarine reported to be missing is the KRI Nanggala-402 vessel. The Nanggala is a German-built vessel in service of 1981 vintage.

Indonesian military says submarine missing with 53 on board

Military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the KRI Nanggala 402 was participating in a training exercise when it missed a scheduled reporting call.

He says the submarine is believed to have disappeared in waters about 60 miles (95 kilometers) north of Bali. (Representative image/ File photo)

Defence Forces, OFB and DRDO join fight against COVID-19, says Rajnath Singh; Indian Army sets up special facilities

To meet any critical needs, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh during the virtual meeting delegated emergency powers of procurement too.

COVID-19: Rajnath asks DPSUs, DRDO and OFB to provide oxygen, beds to state govts

At a virtual meeting with the top defence brass, Singh also granted emergency financial powers to three forces and other defence agencies for procurement of medical equipment and for creation of addit

Officials said Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has already shared with private industry its oxygen generation technology which was developed for use on board Light Combat Aircraft Tejas,

Leaders’ consensus to maintain peace at borders cannot be ‘swept under carpet’, India tells China

Misri said no country can set the agenda for itself without agreements from other countries, in an apparent reference to China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and its flagship project the China-Pakis

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