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India-Israel Defense Cooperation – OpEd

India-Israel Defense Cooperation – OpEd

Israel, followed by Russia and US, is India’s third largest defense supplier and the bilateral defense cooperation between two states is continuing to be strong. Both states are also celebrating the twenty-five years of establishment of their diplomatic relations this year, whereas at the end of last year the Israeli President Reuven Rivlin visited India, […]

Rise In India-Sri Lanka Tensions After Indian Fisherman Killed- OpEd

Even as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an investment of Rs 12,000 crore to upgrade eight state highways to National Highways in his home state Gujarat as part of efforts to boost infrastructure development

What Makes India-UAE Relations Unique And Thriving – Analysis

What Makes India-UAE Relations Unique And Thriving – Analysis

India has good relations with countries in the Gulf and Middle East. In fact, it has no outstanding issues with any country in the region

India: Inadequate Budgetary Allotment And Defence Preparedness – Analysis

India: Inadequate Budgetary Allotment And Defence Preparedness – Analysis

In the budget for the Financial Year (FY) 2017-18, presented in the Indian parliament on 1 February 2017, the Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been allotted INR 2,74,114 crore, excluding the provision for pensions.

A Japan-India Partnership In Maritime -Asia – Analysis

In recent months, Japan-India cooperation in the maritime commons has been a subject of animated discussion in strategic circles. Following Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Tokyo in November 2016, there is speculation that India and Japan might strike up a dynamic partnership in the littoral-Southeast Asia.New Delhi and Tokyo have been active security […]

China’s Increasing Involvement With Militant Groups In India’s North-East Region – Analysis

India in the 21st Century is faced with a plethora of internal security challenges. What makes these challenges more complicated is that most of these internal threats also have an external dimension to it

India’s Defence Budget 2017-18: Beyond The Numbers – Analysis

With the presentation of the annual budget for the next fiscal being just a few days away, there is no point in second guessing the size of the defence appropriation

South Asia Tensions: Pakistan Test-Fires Multiple Target Nuclear Missile – Analysis

Pakistan on Tuesday, January 24, successfully test-fired its second indiginously-developed nuclear-capable missile Ababeel, capable of engaging multiple targets with high precision with a range of 2,200 km — bringing many Indian cities within its striking range.