The United States, Britain and France are among almost 40 countries that will not join talks on a nuclear weapons ban treaty starting
Jodhpur Civil Airport and Air Force Base to undergo major expansion
After a period of two decades, the much-hyped expansion of Jodhpur Civil Airport took off with the signing of MoU. The Indian Air
Force (IAF) will transfer 37 acres of land to the airport for expansion activities and in return, it will get 106 acres of land.
Brahmos with 800-km Range capable of striking deep inside China – Coming Soon; Recently, the supersonic Brahmos Cruise Missile was
successfully tested in India with an extended range of 450 kms from the current 290 km range. The new extended range missile achieved
the same precision strike capability as its predecessor.
ISRO to flag off fully Indigenous Cryogenic Stage today for integration in Sriharikota; The Fully Indigenous cryogenic upper stage (final flight stage) is all set to be flagged off on March 27 from the Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) Propulsion Complex,
Mahendragiri, Tirunelveli for integration in Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.
India rigid on Indus treaty change, but pushing for Teesta deal with Bangladesh; This week, India demonstrated two very different
approaches towards sharing water resources with its neighbours. Pakistan will have to live with the fact that India plans to continue
utilisation of its allocation under the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT), as it refused to countenance any change of design of the Miyar dam+
While the United States is preoccupied by the threat of nuclear weapons in the hands of potential adversaries such as Russia, China or
North Korea, the danger of nuclear conflict may actually be greatest between two of its allies, Pakistan and India.
Pak intruder shot dead along Indo-Pak border in Punjab; A suspected Pakistani intruder was shot dead by the BSF along the
International Border in Punjab today.
Despite speculation that India’s interest in developing the Iranian port of Chabahar is waning, India has actually upped its
involvement there to counter the growing Chinese presence in the region.
Five points about UK parliament resolution on Gilgit-Baltistan; Here are five highlights of the resolution that was passed by the
British parliament over Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan.
India will hold joint military drills with US, China and 14 other countries. According to an Indian news agency, Defence Minister
Subhash Bhamre told parliament that India will be conducted joint military drills with Australia, Bangladesh, China, France,
US making ‘big bet’ on India in wake of Pak-China alliance; The United States is “seriously concerned” about the growing alliance
between Pakistan and China, prompting Washington to make a “big bet” on India, says Vzglyad, a Russian online newspaper.
In a bid to speed up defence indigenisation, the Indian state-owned aerospace and defence company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
has finalised a major plan to manufacture nearly 1,000 military helicopters and over a hundred planes.