KA-226T helicopters for India to be manufactured by HAL and Russian Helicopters at Tumakuru

The goal of the joint venture between HAL and Russian Helicopters has been to manufacture KA-226T helicopters in India. The capital of the joint venture is estimated to be at Rs 30 crore.

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China’s aircraft carrier carries out huge naval drill

Beijing has also been asserting its vast claims to the South China Sea, transforming reefs into islands capable of hosting military equipment. China's Defence ministry spokesperson Guoqiang confirmed

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China’s ambitious OBOR important initiative to foster regional cooperation, but entails risks as well: IMF

China's ambitious 'One Belt One Road initiative' is an important project that can foster regional cooperation, but entails risks like debt sustainability, the International Monetary Fund said today.

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What’s troubling US after Russia’s election hacking? Will Putin sabotage undersea cables linking the world?

Russian ships are skulking around underwater communications cables, causing the U.S. and its allies to worry the Kremlin might be taking information warfare to new depths.

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UNSC imposes sanctions on terror outfit once located in Af-Pak border

United Nations Security Council's ISIL (Da'esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee has added Khatiba Imam Al-Bukhari to its sanctions list of individuals and entities subject to the assets freeze, trave

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Former FBI deputy Andrew McCabe’s online legal defense fund nears $300,000 in hours

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who was fired by the Trump administration but has said he was terminated because he is a crucial witness in the Russia investigation, has raised more than $29

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Pakistan tests its indigenously built Submarine Launched Cruise Missile Babur

Pakistan conducted another successful test firing of its indigenously designed and built SLMC Babur yesterday. This the second test of the SLMC that Pakistan is carrying out. Pakistan had carried out

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Terrorists barge into Jammu and Kashmir Police officer’s house in Anantnag, kill SPO, injure wife

In a shocking incident , a special police officer (SPO) of Jammu and Kashmir was shot dead and his wife was injured after terrorists had barged into his house in Anantnag district. The incident took p


ISRO launches GSAT-6A, big boost for Armed Forces

GSAT-6A is a communication satellite built by ISRO to provide mobile communication services through multibeam coverage. For this, it is equipped with S and C band transponders. The satellite will pro

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Price of Rafale cannot be revealed: Sitharaman

India and France signed an agreement this month on the Exchange and Reciprocal Protection of Classified or Protected Information during the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron, replacing an earl

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Permanent Indus Commission meet begins in New Delhi

The meeting between Indian and Pakistani delegation will take place in the backdrop of the continuing tension between the two countries over a host of issues, including the alleged harassment of diplo

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Existing defence budget enough to maintain preparedness: Army Chief Bipin Rawat

The Standing Committee on Defence gave out its 41st report based on the testimonies of Vice-Chiefs of the armed forces. The report had noted that the budget allocation was not adequate to meet the req

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Pakistan opposes India and other G4 nations’ stand on UNSC reform

Pakistan's Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi opposed the G-4 nations' - India, Brazil, Germany and Japan - position on Security Council reform during Intergovernmental Negotiations at the United Nat

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Pakistan Army tries to warn India, says any “misadventure” will be responded

Speaking to the media, Pakistan Army spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor said that Pakistan will not tolerate any misadventure on the border and that it will be ready to respond to India.

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India isn’t building a military to take on China

As the People’s Republic of China continues its rise, Asia and the world are scrambling to keep their balance.

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Make in India: BrahMos missile achieves new milestone

This successful test-firing of the weapon fitted with an indigenously developed seeker has enthused a fresh impetus in the ambitious “Make in India” programme initiated by the government in 2014.

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Indian defence forces face shortage of pilots : Govt

In a written response to a question in Lok Sabha, MoS Defence Subhash Bhamre, said that the sanctioned strength of pilots in the Army is 794, while it has 192 vacant posts. The Indian Navy, on the oth

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Indian troops on UN mission in Congo, South Sudan face shortage of weapons, says MoS Defence Subhash Bhamre

There is a shortage of equipment for Indian troops on UN peacekeeping missions in Congo and South Sudan, the government said today, citing remote and under-developed terrain in the central African cou

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India-France signs secrecy pact on Rafale deal: Minister

MoS Subhash Bhamre responded to a question by Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MP Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao, who sought to know if India and France had signed any new confidentiality agreement replacing the 2

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Israeli army strikes Hamas positions in Gaza

Israeli tanks hit two Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip. The incident comes a day after Israeli soldiers detained three Palestinians who had slipped across the border from Gaza in possession of knives

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Croatia set to buy F-16 fighter jets from Israel to modernise its military

Croatia is set to buy a squadron of F-16 fighter jets from Israel to modernise its military, after the country's top defence body backed the deal.

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Sushma Swaraj to visit Japan for strategic dialogue as India-Japan ties grow stronger

India and Japan will be reviewing all bi-lateral aspects and will also give importance to the new areas of convergence of both the nations. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has left for Tokyo a

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Defence Expo 2018: Modi government gears up to showcase India as emerging defence manufacturing hub

The Defence Expo is the biggest platform for the industry to showcase its products and offerings for the crucial defence sector of the country. The last edition and this too assume significance given

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Good news for India: China to resume sharing hydrological data on Brahmaputra

China said today it will resume sharing with India the hydrological data of the Brahmaputra river as top water resource officials of the two countries wrapped up two-day talks, the first after Beijing

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Chinese hold drills in South China Sea, Satellite images reveal dozens of naval vessels

The photos captured shows what appears to be at least 40 ships and submarines flanking the carrier Liaoning in what some analysts described as an unusually large display of the Chinese military's grow

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Coast Guard woman co-pilot Penny Chaudhary hurt in crash landing of Chetak dies

Assistant Commandant Capt. Penny Chaudhary, the co-pilot of the Coast Guard Chetak helicopter, which crashed near Murud in Raigad on March 10, was on life support following surgery for head injury.

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Modi government’s new ambitious ‘Make in India’ draft defence production policy 2018 is ready; top 10 takeaways

The vision of the DProP 2018 very strongly suggests that it intends to make India belong to the top five countries in the world in Aerospace and Defence industry.

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