India and the South China Sea: To act or not is the country’s dilemma

In the current tussle between China and the Southeast Asian nations on the energy-rich, strategically located South China Sea, India is caught between protecting its “legitimate” interests and med

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Pakistan’s info-war post-Article 370 revocation: Here’s what experts say on information operations as a form of warfare

Maj Gen Ajay Das (Retd) says that there is nothing right or wrong about Information Warfare. Like any other form of warfare, this too is an accepted form of warfare. Ancient treatises by Sun Tzu or Cl

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India-Russia: Modi-Putin talks to focus on space, connectivity, defense and nuclear cooperation

Expanding existing civil nuclear cooperation, infrastructure and connectivity, defense, trade, hydrocarbons and space cooperation will be the focus areas during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit

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Welcome back Abhinandan Varthaman! India’s hero flies MiG-21 jet with IAF chief BS Dhanoa; watch video

The exercise took place at Air Force Station in Pathankot today. Air Chief Marshal Dhanoa and Abhinandan's flight took off around 11.30 am. It was a 30-minute long sortie.

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Act East Policy: Rajnath Singh heads to Japan and South Korea seeking new technologies

Besides calling on the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Singh will be leading a high-level official delegation for co-chairing the Annual Defence Ministerial Dialogue with his counterpart, Takeshi

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Tamil Nadu may host next informal summit between PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in October

"Mamallapuram is one of the probable cities that could host the informal summit between the Prime Minister and the Chinese President," he said. While some other Indian cities were also on the list, he

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Warships and aircraft ready for first US-ASEAN maritime drills

The joint drills have come under criticism for looping in Myanmar's Navy in a rare show of inclusion despite Washington imposing sanctions on top army brass over the Rohingya crisis.

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Eastern Economic Forum at Vladivostok: Russia draws India into its Asia-Pacific Strategy

The slowdown of the European economy and an urgent need to diversify its market contributed to Russia’s Asia-Pacific turn. Western sanctions on Russia, following the crisis in Ukraine, expedited thi

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Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat reviews preparedness of forces in Kashmir Valley

Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Friday reviewed the operational preparedness of the forces along the Line of Control (LoC) in the valley on the first day of his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir.

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DRG head constable injured in IED blast by Naxals in Chhattisgarh

When the patrolling team reached near Gorna, located around 450km from state capital Raipur, head constable Neela Udde inadvertently stepped on the pressure improvised explosive device (IED) planted b

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US gets space warfare command, Donald Trump says it’s key to country’s defence

The Trump administration has identified Russia and China as the countries who pose threat to the United States in space. "Now, those who wish to harm the United States -- seek to challenge us in the u

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How Lithium findings in Peru are making it advantageous for India

The average price of Lithium Carbonates in the international market is quoted at $12,500 a ton and for purer products, it can go up to the US $ 18,000 a ton.

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Indo-French Strategic Dialogue: Military Trade including more Rafale fighter jets tops the agenda

The talks between NSA Ajit Doval and his French counterpart Emmanuel Bonne focussed on taking forward the issues which were on the agenda of the bilateral meet between Modi and Macron.

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Intelligence suggest likely Pakistan intrusion via sea! All port authorities, ships on high alert

In 2017, reports indicated that Pakistan Special Service Group is perhaps training JeM men to carry out attacks on the Indian Navy’s underwater assets.

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China unveils plan for huge anniversary military parade; likely to be biggest in its history

The military and civilian parade, held in the capital on October 1, is expected to be the biggest in its history.

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Pakistan says closure of airspace with India will be decided at a time of our choosing; no decision taken so far

Tensions between India and Pakistan spiked after India abrogated provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution to revoke Jammu and Kashmir's special status and bifurcated it into two Union Territories

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Pakistan test-fires surface-to-surface ballistic missile ‘Ghaznavi’: Army

The military's media spokesperson, Major General Asif Ghafoor on Thursday shared a video of the night-training launch of the short range ballistic missile on Twitter and said Ghaznavi is capable of de

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India to get atomic boost! Six more nuclear power plants to be built by Russia

India has also promised the US and France that its company will get a chance to set up six nuclear power plants in India. But negotiations are still going on with both the countries.

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Article 370: Russia reiterates it is India’s internal matter; Modi to visit the country next month

Several agreements are expected to be inked which are in the process of being finalized.

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India to pay in Rupees for S-400 missile system from Russia, says top Russian diplomat

According to the Indian Air Force (IAF) these missile systems are going to be the backbone of the service’s air defence (AD) system and Moscow will train officers and ground staff for operating the

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International ramification on Kashmir: India should focus on a comprehensive plan for normalcy post-Article 370

The Modi-Trump chemistry was on full display as they clutched hands, joked and beamed for the cameras during their meeting with reporters at Biarritz on Monday.

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PM Modi’s visit to Vladivostok on September 4-5 to open new chapter in ties: Russia

On the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, he said Russia is strongly backing India's position on abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution and that New Delhi and Islamabad should resolve the outstand

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US approves $3.3 billion sale of anti-ballistic missiles to Japan

Japan will buy up to 73 of the Raytheon-made SM-3 Block IIA missiles, which are designed to be fired by the ship-board Aegis system to intercept incoming ballistic missiles, the Pentagon said.

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Safeguarding Indian coastline: Next Generation Maritime Mobile Coastal Batteries to provide security net

The NGMMCB will directly enhance the Coastal defense capabilities of Indian Navy’s existing Mobile Missile Coastal Battery (MMCB) Squadrons, which carry an older version of SSMs.

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Japan says North Korea developing warheads to penetrate missile defences

Recent short-range missile tests by Pyongyang have stoked alarm in neighbouring Japan even as US President Donald Trump has dismissed the launches as unimportant.

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C-17 Globemaster III: Indian Air Force gets its 11th premier transport aircraft

For the IAF the C-17 has been playing a very critical role in and has enhanced strategic and combat airlift capability of the service.

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Here is why PM Modi is attending G-7 summit even though India is not part of the club

The member states of the G7 grouping will discuss challenges faced with combating the use of the internet for terrorism and radicalization.

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