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Five Things To Know About AgustaWestland VVIP Chopper Scam

Five Things To Know About AgustaWestland VVIP Chopper Scam

As the details of India’s biggest defence scam after Bofors, AgustaWestland choppergate is being unearthed and the role of UPA government

AgustaWestland Case: How Christian Michel Vanished With Rs 135 Crore

AgustaWestland Case: How Christian Michel Vanished With Rs 135 Crore

Where did a sum of 18 million (Rs 135 crore) paid to Christian Michel by Agusta-Westland vanish? This was the money Agusta supposedly paid Michel for buying back discarded helicopters from Pawan Hans

Pakistan not taking action against terror groups: US

Pakistan not taking action against terror groups: US

A top US official today accused Pakistan of “not taking action” against terrorist groups that threaten its neighbours and pressed it to act against all such dreaded outfits including Haqqani Network, LeT and JeM. Read More…

Should next-generation guns kill or wound? Army debates

Should next-generation guns kill or wound? Army debates

Should it be a rifle that “kills” the enemy soldier or terrorist? Or, should it merely “wound”? With the decade-long hunt for a new-generation assault rifle still nowhere near finalization, the Army’s top generals will discuss this basic but critical weapon for infantry soldiers next week. With the mega Rs 4,850 crore project for assault

India to send flotilla of warships to Persian Gulf

India to send flotilla of warships to Persian Gulf

India is dispatching a flotilla of warships to the Persian Gulf to add military heft to its ongoing stepped-up diplomatic outreach to countries of the region, while striking a fine balance between Sunni-led Arab states like Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait on one hand and

To prevent Pathankot-like attack, border vigil more hi-tech

To prevent Pathankot-like attack, border vigil more hi-tech

Cowbells, ‘cobras’, and claymore mines. Those were the “gadgets” the Border Security Force (BSF) used when it first put up the barbed wire fence along the 553 km of the International Border between India and Pakistan in 1988

Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry to visit India for ‘Heart of Asia’ meeting

Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry to visit India for ‘Heart of Asia’ meeting

Over 3 months after Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary level dialogue in Islamabad was postponed following the Pathankot terror attacks the two Foreign Secretaries will meet here on Tuesday to explore launching of the Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue

India following ‘tricky two-sided’ China policy: Chinese media

India following ‘tricky two-sided’ China policy: Chinese media

Accusing India of following a “tricky two-sided” China policy to “maximise gains at minimum costs”, an article in the state media here said India’s stand on a negotiated settlement in the disputed South China Sea is aimed at securing membership of the China-led SCO grouping

Reliance seeks licence to make defence products at Mihan-SEZ

Reliance seeks licence to make defence products at Mihan-SEZ

Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG), which had announced mega investment plans for Mihan-SEZ, has come up with a proposal to make a host of items, mainly for naval forces, before the board of approvals (BOA), an agency under the ministry of commerce