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CISF likely custodian of Dhola-Sadiya bridge

CISF likely custodian of Dhola-Sadiya bridge

The Assam government has sent a proposal to the Union ministry of road transport and highways to hand over the security of Dhola-Sadiya bridge, to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 26

China and Russia dispatch ships to shadow Donald Trump’s ‘armada’ as it approaches North Korean waters – Japanese media report

China and Russia dispatch ships to shadow Donald Trump’s ‘armada’ as it approaches North Korean waters – Japanese media report

China and Russia have dispatched spy vessels to shadow Donald Trump’s ‘armada’ as it steams to North Korean waters, amid rising tensions over Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions.

In Israel trip, push beyond defence

In Israel trip, push beyond defence

For years, defence ties were the only visible pillar of India’s relationship with Israel. Now, the two countries want to ensure the first ever visit by an Indian Prime Minister to Israel isn’t shadowed by that pillar alone.

Defence pact with Bangladesh on table

Defence pact with Bangladesh on table

Army chief Bipin Rawat will fly into Dhaka next week for talks aimed at sealing a strategically critical defence pact expected to emerge as the centrepiece outcome from Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit in early April.

£60m RAF Chinook helicopter in near miss with drone as pilot says collision could have downed aircraft

£60m RAF Chinook helicopter in near miss with drone as pilot says collision could have downed aircraft

A £60 million RAF Chinook helicopter was seconds away from being downed in a collision with a drone as it came into land at a British base, an investigation has found.

Race for $25bn fighter jet order

Race for $25bn fighter jet order

Battlelines are set to be drawn among top global players and their Indian partners for a $20-$25-billion Indian Air Force order to make multi-role fighter jets in the country.

US links pact to tracking Chinese submarines

US links pact to tracking Chinese submarines

The US has linked India’s ability to detect Chinese submarines in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea to the signing of an agreement that will permit sensors and equipment on US planes to talk and share data with those on Indian warships and planes.

Modi’s projection of the US-India relationship is optimistic

Modi’s projection of the US-India relationship is optimistic

In his address to the American Congress and in the joint statement on his Washington visit, the Indian prime minister, Narendra

Plan for nuclear-driven carrier with US help

Plan for nuclear-driven carrier with US help

India’s navy has all but finalised plans for a nuclear-powered super-carrier, which is scheduled to be built in Kochi with US help. In preparation for the long-gestation project, estimated for the year 2028, the navy is setting up the building blocks that will identify the aircraft to be based on the carrier, called the Vishal […]

UK’s Ministry of Defence unveils new armed drone that can spy on targets for twice as long to double RAF fleet

UK’s Ministry of Defence unveils new armed drone that can spy on targets for twice as long to double RAF fleet

Britain will double its fleet of armed surveillance drones with a new upgraded generation of unmanned aircraft able to fly for nearly twice as long, laden with more bombs, missiles and sensors, the MoD has disclosed. Read More…