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Minor Fire On Indian Navy’s Warship Pralaya

Minor Fire On Indian Navy’s Warship Pralaya

A defence spokesperson said the fire was a minor incident and that the flames have been contained and no injuries have been reported in the incident.

Military bases to be under e-surveillance, Defence Ministry discusses issue with tri-service chiefs

Military bases to be under e-surveillance, Defence Ministry discusses issue with tri-service chiefs

The three major terror attacks on military establishments last year when heavily armed fidayeens (suicide bombers) were able to scale boundary walls, breach perimeter security and enter the camps to inflict high casualties of soldiers and officers, has finally set the Army,

With an eye on China, India & US to upgrade Malabar Navy drill

With an eye on China, India & US to upgrade Malabar Navy drill

India and the US are planning to further upgrade their already expansive and top-level Malabar annual naval exercise+ , in which Japan has now become a regular participant+ , with a renewed thrust on anti-submarine warfare operations. This comes at a time when the Indian security establishment in keeping a close watch on the increasing […]

Amid Indo-Pak tension, Navy plans major drill

Amid Indo-Pak tension, Navy plans major drill

With the operational situation along the western front remaining volatile amid heavy exchanges of cross-border firing with Pakistani forces, the Indian security establishment is taking no chances in being ready for any contingency.

US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter Meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi

US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter Meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Anupama Airy Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter on the evening of April 12 and expressed satisfaction at the progress in bilateral defence cooperation between the two countries. Modi expressed hope that discussions with the framework of the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative between the two countries would progress […]