Author: The Telegraph

US ‘closely Tracking’ As Chinese Navy In The Baltics For War Games With Russia

Chinese warships will join Vladimir Putin’s navy in the Baltic Sea on Friday ahead of war games which are being

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Paris Airshow: Pressure is on to actually deliver aircraft

Ninety years ago, Le Bourget airfield was the scene of mass excitement as Charles Lindbergh landed his Spirit of

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Suspected North Korea drone spied on U.S. anti-missile system – South Korea officials

North Korea is accused of spying on a U.S. missile defense shield after South Korean officials discovered a drone

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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

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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,

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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

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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

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£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

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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

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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

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