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North Korea Tests Ballistic Missile, US To Avoid Escalation

North Korea Tests Ballistic Missile, US To Avoid Escalation

North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea early on Sunday, the first such test since US President Donald Trump was elected, and his administration indicated that Washington would have a calibrated response to avoid escalating tensions.

Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd) Does An In-Depth Alalysis Of The Make In India Vs Made In China 2025 Program

Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd) Does An In-Depth Alalysis Of The Make In India Vs Made In China 2025 Program

Made in China 2025 aims to make China a world leader in manufacturing. Make in India is more inward looking and aims to build India’s capacities and capabilities.

Accelerating Defence Ties With India, Boeing Creates Indian Arm- Boeing Defense India

Accelerating Defence Ties With India, Boeing Creates Indian Arm- Boeing Defense India

Boeing on Wednesday announced the establishment of Boeing Defense India (BDI), a local operating entity. This India specific entity will support the Boeing’s future growth objectives in India in the areas of services and support, sales and marketing, sourcing, manufacturing and engineering.

Eyeing India, Japan and US: China holds exercise with latest ballistic missiles

Eyeing India, Japan and US: China holds exercise with latest ballistic missiles

China’s newly-formed Rocket Force has held an exercise with advanced DF-16 medium-range ballistic missile with a range of over 1,000 kms that could threaten a number countries, including India, Japan and the US

PM Narendra Modi to visit Israel sometimes In June-July this year to stregthen  bilateral ties

PM Narendra Modi to visit Israel sometimes In June-July this year to stregthen bilateral ties

As India and Israel celebrate 25 years of bilateral diplomatic ties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit India’s major defence partner–Israel this year to further strengthen the existing bilateral ties between the two nations.

Thales appoints Emmanuel de Roquefeuil as the new VP and Country Director for India.

Thales appoints Emmanuel de Roquefeuil as the new VP and Country Director for India.

Thales, a global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defence and Security markets, has appointed Emmanuel de Roquefeuil as its new Vice President and Country Director for India.

Welcome to an emerging Asia: India and China stop feigning friendship while Russia plays all sides

Welcome to an emerging Asia: India and China stop feigning friendship while Russia plays all sides

After a few timid signs of warming, Sino-Indian relations seem to be headed for the freezer. While Beijing refuses to take Indian security concerns seriously, New Delhi may have decided to take the Chinese challenge head-on. To complicate matters for India, its erstwhile ally Russia, which has become a close friend of China, is showing interest in establishing closer ties with Pakistan.

Defence experts criticise China for Agni-5 missile test comments

Defence experts criticise China for Agni-5 missile test comments

New Delhi, Dec 28 (ANI): Criticising China for suggesting that the testing of the nuclear-capable Agni-V intercontinental ballistic missile may not have complied with United Nations Security Council (UNSC) rules, defence expert Major General (retired) P.K. Sehgal said that China’s reaction was along expected lines, as there was huge difference between what they practice and […]

Govt sanctions 9k assault rifles, bullet proof vehicles to SSB

Govt sanctions 9k assault rifles, bullet proof vehicles to SSB

Giving a major boost to the operational capabilities of border guarding force SSB–tasked to secure the country’s frontiers with Nepal and Bhutan — the government has sanctioned over 9,000 assault rifles, 34 armoured vehicles and more than 760 patrolling bikes to it.

India Keeping Away From CORSIA a Major Concern: IATA

Expressing disappointment over India not being part of the global pact to reduce emission in the aviation sector, global airlines grouping IATA has said it will be a “major concern” for Indian operators, but hoped that the country would join the framework in coming years.