Martyr Lt Ummer Fayaz’s Father Wants Daughters To Join Indian ArmyLieutenant Ummer Fayaz Parray of 2 Rajputana Rifles was a bright young Indian Army officer from Jammu and Kashmir who was killed by terrorists in Shopian.
UN report slams ‘opaque’ Pak military courts; Let civil courts try Jadhav-like cases, says panel Even as India has gone to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), terming the sentencing of Kulbhushan Jadhav by a Pakistani military court as “premeditated murder”, the United Nations has come down heavily on the military courts system in Pakistan, lack of . . . .
Navy’s capability significantly enhanced on east coastThe Indian Navy’s capability has been significantly enhanced on the east coast,
as the sealine is “strategically important” to the nation in addressing security issues and threats from the rivals, a senior naval officer said here on Monday.
DAC discusses indigenous manufacture of Fighter Jets, Choppers and Submarines The Defence Acquisition Council today discussed the much-awaited ‘strategic partnership model’ under which select private firms would manufacture fighter jets, helicopters and
submarines in India in partnership with foreign companies.
Pushing back against China’s One Belt One Road, India, Japan build strategic ‘Great Wall’ India and Japan are together embarking upon multiple infrastructure projects across Africa, Iran, Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia in what could be viewed as pushback against China’s massive, unilateral infrastructure initiatives under the One Belt One Road (OBOR) project connecting it with Europe and Africa.
China plans to turn Pakistan into its Economic Colony
China’s long term plans for Pakistan would do the East India Company proud. Proposals for the China Pakistan Economic Corridor revealed in Pakistani newspaper Dawn envisagethousands of acres of agricultural land being leased to Chinese enterprises to set up
Pakistan boosting maritime security to counter Indian threat to CPEC
Pakistan is beefing up its maritime security to secure its territorial waters in the face of new challenges posed by India, which is trying to undermine China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
India contributed 6,900 military personnel in various missions: Indian Army With two Indian peacekeepers among 117 military, police and civilian personnel honoured with a prestigious UN medal, VC of Army Staff Lieutenant Gen Sarath Chand on Monday stated that the country has contributed 6,900 military personnel among 1,15,000 peacekeepers in various missions.
Pakistan fears Indian influence in Afghanistan: US spy chiefs
The US intelligence community has informed Congress that Pakistan does not want heavy Indian influence in Afghanistan and will likely turn to China to offset New Delhi’s sway in Kabul, the media reported on Monday.
Pakistan budget has clear Chinese footprint Financial and economic experts in Pakistan have said that budget proposals announced for fiscal 2017-18, have a clear and visible Chinese footprint.
Russia Offers Karakurt Corvettes with Italian 76-mm Gun Mount to India Potential buyers are also offered a fully import-substituted version with Russian engines, the gun mount and radars. The export version of the Project 22800E debuted at the Army-2016 defense show.
Who guards Pakistan’s Islamic bomb?Like every year this year also the FreeBalochistan Movement headed by Baloch national leader Hyrbyair Marri has announced to organise a worldwide protest against Pakistan’s nuclear weapons in Balochistan.
Government Eases Rules For Private Sector Entry In Defence Production The Commerce and Industry Ministry can now grant licences to companies for manufacturing tanks, fighter jets, warships and other defence equipment, the Home Ministry has said in a gazette notification.