Indian Defence News [View All Story]

He may have hosted over a hundred of world leaders to Israel this year but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu feels the visits by the US President Donald Trump and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi were "truly historic".

full story ...

Russian President Vladimir Putin's special envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov could visit India soon to discuss the Afghan security situation. Even as India remains sceptical about Russia's outreach to Afghan Taliban and Pakistan, it is discussing with Moscow a proposal for a visit to New Delhi by Kabulov next month.

full story ...

What do we make of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to New Delhi? On the one hand, it followed an oftrepeated pattern in Indian diplomacy: lots of fine-sounding statements and little by way of action on the ground.

full story ...

The US may have gained information regarding India’s nuclear-capable Sagarika and Dhanush missiles and the facility where they were being developed as early as in 2005, according to a document from American whistleblower Edward Snowden’s trove.

full story ...

Forging "a strong political connect" to further propel the expansive India-US defence cooperation will be the underlying theme when Nirmala Sitharaman meets James Mattis this month, even as the two nations discuss . . . .

full story ...

The intelligence agencies have issued warning that the Rohingiyas would try to sneak into Indian territory using sea routes, after which the maritime boundary has been sealed by coastguards and the navy to prevent therm from entering India.

full story ...

India has extended its support to US President Donald Trump's efforts to reform the UN, saying it should include the expansion of the world body's permanent and non-permanent members to keep pace with the changed times.

full story ...

If you are a techie, your future can be more exciting than writing code for a labour-arbitrage company that sells your skills cheap to the western world. Now you can even fight for your country while not moving an inch away from your keyboard.

full story ...

US defence firms offering to set up production lines in India to win deals worth billions of dollars want stronger assurances they won't have to part with proprietary technology, according to a business lobby group's letter to India's defence minister.

full story ...

India today sought investigations into North Korea's nuclear proliferation linkages and asked to hold accountable those responsible for it, in a veiled reference to Pakistan.

full story ...
Page 1 of 273

Defence News Poll
Should India purchase the $109-mn ShinMaywa US-2 Amphibious Aircraft?


  
View Result  |  Archive