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Sri Lanka and India in talks over advanced light helicopter

Sri Lanka and India in talks over advanced light helicopter

As part of efforts to enhance defence cooperation and boost exports with friendly countries, India is in discussions with Sri Lanka and several Southeast Asian nations for the supply of Dhruv, the indigenously developed advanced light helicopter (ALH).

Pot Calling The Kettle Black, In-depth Opinion Piece By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd)

Pot Calling The Kettle Black, In-depth Opinion Piece By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd)

China is sensitive to India’s reactions in South Asia saying that it affects her core interests. China’s behaviour towards India shows scant respect to India’s sensitivities. China’s stategic behaviour is that of a power that is not sure of herself.

India, Sri Lanka hold army-to-army talks

India, Sri Lanka hold army-to-army talks

The armies of India and Sri Lanka today began three-day talks aimed at fostering better understanding between the two militaries. The annual Army-to-Army Staff Talks (AAST) are being held for the sixth consecutive year

India’s Alliance Air considering int’l ops

India’s Alliance Air considering int’l ops

Alliance Air (India) (9I, Mumbai Int’l) is planning to make its international debut in the coming months with flights to Sri Lanka.

Sri Lankan navy shoots Indian fishermen, one dead

Sri Lankan navy shoots Indian fishermen, one dead

The Sri Lankan navy has allegedly shot dead a 21-year-old fisherman and injured some others when they opened fire on fishermen from Rameswaram, who allegedly poached in Lankan waters on Monday night.

Pakistan, Sri Lanka urge end to SAARC stalemate

Pakistan, Sri Lanka urge end to SAARC stalemate

Pakistan and Sri Lanka have called for breaking a stalemate in the South Asian Association for Regional Coopera­tion (SAARC)

Navy Commander visits India: Focuses on exploring new avenues for naval cooperation

Navy Commander visits India: Focuses on exploring new avenues for naval cooperation

Commander of the Navy, Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne according to an invitation from the Indian Navy is on an official visit to India from 29th January to 02nd February.

Presence of Chinese submarines in SL purely for economic reasons: Navy chief

Presence of Chinese submarines in SL purely for economic reasons: Navy chief

Navy chief Vice Admiral RC Wijegunaratne has assured India that the presence of Chinese nuclear submarines in his country was “purely economic reasons” even as India’s views the development with suspicion, India Today reported.

Jet Airways starts second route to Sri Lanka

Jet Airways starts second route to Sri Lanka

Jet Airways has launched only its second route to Sri Lanka. On 5 January the Indian carrier began four times weekly flights on the 710-kilometre route between Bengaluru (BLR) and Colombo (CMB).

How Can did is China’s Good Neighbourhood Policy?

How Can did is China’s Good Neighbourhood Policy?

China’s foreign policy is based on four tenets called “Four Lay Outs” (四个布局). They are major powers as key, neighbourhood as the priority

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