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Indian defence industry void lands Bangladesh in chinese embrace

China has outfoxed India when it comes to defence diplomacy in the Indian subcontinent, as a stuttering Indian defence industry could muster little to offer these countries, including Bangladesh, seeking to modernise their armed forces.

Defence forces to get Apollo tyres

Defence forces to get Apollo tyres

Apollo Tyres is in the process of developing new tyres for defence services. These tyres will be jointly developed by the Department of Defence and the company.

Air India’s Hyderabad training centre to be a deemed university

Air India’s Hyderabad training centre to be a deemed university

Air India’s Central Training Establishment (CTE) at Hyderabad will be transformed into a deemed aviation university by 2020.

Air India flight to London suffers bird hit

Air India flight to London suffers bird hit

Air India’s Ahmedabad to London flight via Newark suffered a bird hit, forcing the airline to cancel its onward journey from Britain’s capital.

History of Indian armed forces

History of Indian armed forces

Gokul M Nair Once considered a tepid sideshow of our colonial past, the study of military history is gaining traction because it feeds several disciplines from international relations, sociology, and public policy

No FDI in defence, ports, coal in April-December, Lok Sabha told

No FDI in defence, ports, coal in April-December, Lok Sabha told

As many as five sectors including defence, ports and coal have failed to attract any foreign direct investments during the April-December period of the current fiscal, Parliament was informed today.

Anti-ballistic missile system for Indian metros soon

Anti-ballistic missile system for Indian metros soon

After successful trials of two homegrown interceptor missiles in a gap of 20 days at both high and low altitudes, India is now planning to deploy the anti-ballistic missile system to protect its metros from hostile aerial attacks. A senior defence official said initially, the Government is contemplating to put the ballistic missile defence (BMD) […]

Maiden test of BrahMos extended version today

Maiden test of BrahMos extended version today

THE stage is set for crucial developmental test of an extended-range version of supersonic cruise missile BrahMos. The world-class nuclear capable missile with advanced seeker software is likely to be test-fired from a defence base off the Odisha coast on Saturday.

Medanta’s air ambulance crash lands near Bangkok, pilot dies

Medanta’s air ambulance crash lands near Bangkok, pilot dies

An air ambulance of the Medanta hospital today crash landed near Bangkok after it caught fire, resulting in the death of its pilot and injuries to four crew members, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said tonight.

Pakistan to open border crossings closed in wake of attacks

Pakistan to open border crossings closed in wake of attacks

Pakistan will temporarily open two border crossings with Afghanistan that were closed after a string of militant attacks, officials said Monday.

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