GSLV-Mk III : ISRO will launch India’s most powerful rocket tomorrow
The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) on Monday will launch its most powerful rocket, the GSLV-Mk III, which can hurl a four-tonne communication satellite into a higher orbit than previous launch vehicles.
Destruction of ICBM Ensures US Domination of the World : India to accelerate work on BMD
The successful interception of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) target by a kill vehicle last May 30 ensures the United States’ domination of the world, said an interesting analysis appearing in the website of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).
The Indian Army Has Set A New Record Of Climbing The Mt Everest Without Oxygen Cylinders
The entire country has a vast ocean of love and respect for the Indian army. The brave men in uniform ensure that the nation sleeps in peace. Adding another feather to the glorifying hat of achievements, our army men have now created history.
Army to induct 18 Dhanush Artillery Guns this year
The first regiment of 18 Dhanush artillery guns, the indigenously upgraded variant of the Swedish Bofors guns, is scheduled to be inducted into the Army by the end of the year.
Chinese Chopper Sighted In Indian Airspace
A suspected Chinese helicopter was sighted flying above Indian territory in Chamoli district, close to Sino-India border. The helicopter was traced yesterday at around 9.15 a.m.
Modi Govt on Advance Drone shopping spree
India is boosting its defence capabilities to get ahead of Pakistan in the arms race in the South Asian region. From acquiring the world’s most advanced air defence missile system from Russia to Rafale fighter jets from France, now the country will get its first weaponised drones for the Indian Army from Israel.
Concerns deepen about cyber attack on Su 30, IAF starts inquiry
ndian Air Force has started a court of inquiry to investigate the
crashing of one of its Sukhoi 30 fighters in Assam, amidst concerns that
the aircraft’s flying was “interfered with from outside” while it was still
airborne, and that this may have led to the pilots suffering “spatial disorientation”.
Chinese Navy hits India wall – Centre does not allow warships to dock in India
Strategic concerns wrapped in red tape have shut three Chinese naval ships out of an Indian port. Beijing had proposed a visit by three naval ships to Kochi this week but the trip never materialised.
Islamic Terrorists strike the UK 3rd time in less than 10 weeks
Terrorism has hit the heart of London once again in what is the third Jihadist attack on British soil in just 10 weeks. Armed police swooped on the London Bridge area of the capital city after two incidents, which saw six people killed and dozens injured.
Indian Armed Forces Blitzkrieg More-That-A-Match for its Pakistani Counterpart
The last point made in the controversial interview given by Indian Army (IA) chief General Bipin Rawat was his belief that ‘limited war’ with Pakistan was not likely.
Pakistan will vanish in case of atomic war with India, says Pak journalist Hassan Nisar
As tensions escalate between the South Asian neighbours – India and Pakistan, revered columnist Hassan Nisar warned against the threat of nuclear warfare evolving between the two nations.
NIA raids 22 locations of separatist leaders in J&K over Pak links – Finds Proof
Federal anti-terrorism officials searched the homes and offices of separatist leaders in Kashmir on Saturday as part of an investigation into whether money from Pakistan was being used to fund violent street protests against the Indian government.
Terrorism has been used for political reasons in both India and Syria: Bashar al-Assad
Welcome Mr. President, and thank you for speaking to Wion/DNA. I’d like to begin by asking you about the situation in Syria today. Now, by all accounts, Mr. President, it is the biggest humanitarian crisis of our time, and hundreds of thousands of people, including innocent people, have been killed in this conflict.
Congress shows its Anti-National colours : Releases Booklet showing J&K as Indian Occupied Kashmir
The Congress criticised on Saturday the Narendra Modi government for being “lax” on national security, but the party found itself mired in a controversy after releasing a booklet that referred to Kashmir as “Indian-occupied Kashmir”.
India Is Now Building Its Own Aircraft Carriers (And It’s All Russia’s Fault)
The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 scattered its military hardware among twelve newly independent republics. One such piece of hardware was the relatively new aircraft carrier Baku.