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With China flexing muscles in Indo-Pacific region, India & Vietnam plan defence & oil tie-up

India and Vietnam have decided to step up defence cooperation and oil exploration to boost their bilateral ties as

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‘Romeo’ is just the first of hundreds of helicopters Indian military desperately needs

India’s letter of request to the US government to purchase 24 MH-60 ‘Romeo’ multirole helicopters from Sikorsky Lockheed Martin

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INS Arihant is a strategic asset but has little utility for India in conventional conflict

On 5 November, India announced that its Ship Submersible Ballistic Nuclear Submarine (SSBN), the INS Arihant, had completed its

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How ISI used LinkedIn to trap BrahMos engineer for secret papers on India’s new missile

It was 5 am on a Monday when 22 men — some in uniform— showed up with a search

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Navy set to sign logistics & coastal surveillance pacts with 10 Indian Ocean countries

The Indian Navy is set to sign logistics support and coastal surveillance arrangements with about 10 countries in the

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After US midterm elections, India needs to build bridges with more Congress members

The US midterm election results have tilted the balance in the House of Representatives in favour of the Democrats,

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India and Myanmar quietly open up their border for villagers and trade

India and Myanmar have quietly activated a ‘free movement regime’ (FMR) for people residing in villages near their 1,643

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Indian Navy Gets $600 Million Machines To Make Breathing Easy In Nuclear Submarines

The Indian Navy’s submarine crew got a $600 million Dussehra gift from Russia – machines called ‘Moisture Separator Reheaters’

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In the defence scam brouhaha, efficacy of Rafale jets, Bofors guns, Agusta helicopters gets drowned

It is not just the purchase of 36 Rafale jets from France, defence acquisition has always been an issue

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To keep IAF flying, India will pull aircraft from French graveyard

Beginning December, India will literally be pulling aircraft from a graveyard in France to keep the Indian Air Force

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