India and China have broadly agreed to restart the gradual and verifiable troop disengagement from ‘friction points’ in Galwan Valley and Gogra-Hot Springs areas of eastern Ladakh, . . .
Ideally, both India and China want to achieve their political aims without any further escalation of the military situation on the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh.
The recent banning of 59 Chinese smartphone apps by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist BJP government is, at best, a feeble riposte to Beijing’s continuing military adventurism along the disputed Line of Actual Control (LAC).
After its ban on 59 Chinese apps, the government Wednesday seemed to launch a fresh diplomatic offensive against China by breaking its silence on China's new security law for Hong Kong.
As the standoff with China at the Ladakh border continues, the Indian government is making emergency purchases of weapon systems for the three armed services.
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Wednesday declared nine wanted men, including Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) as designated terrorists under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).
With an aim to push indigenous and local material and software as part of the ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ initiative, the Union government announced a slew of measures taking the vision of the draft defence procurement policy even further.
Covid outbreak has hit the supply of Dhanush 155x45mm artillery guns, the Indian version of Bofors, to the army. The weapon systems are being made at the Gun Carriage Factory (GCF), Jabalpur, in MP.
After China blocked access to all Indian newspapers and media websites, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) on Tuesday issued a statement saying that the action by the Chinese government is uncalled for.
The strategic Chabahar Port in Iran achieved a new milestone on Tuesday by handling a record 76 TEUs of cargo, Union minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Wednesday.
A multi-billion-dollar deal with Russia, in the pipeline for a long while, will be placed before the Defence Acquisition Council or DAC headed by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and including Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and the three chiefs.
China on Wednesday welcomed the progress made in Sino-India senior military commander-level talks to "disengage and deescalate the situation" at the LAC and said the two sides are working towards implementing the consensus reached so far.
Disgruntled retired and serving Chinese Army cadres, who are hurt by the treatment meted out by the government, can launch an "armed" anti-regime action against Xi Jinping's government, said Jianli Yang, . . .
The Jammu and Kashmir Police saved a three-year-old boy from getting hit by bullets during the encounter between the security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sopore on Wednesday.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday said 270 billion Australian dollars will be invested to modernise the country's defence capabilities in the coming decade to maintain regional security and . . .
India will not allow Chinese companies to participate in highway projects, including those through joint ventures, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday amid border standoff with China.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Ladakh on Friday along with Army Chief General MM Naravane to review the on-ground security situation amid the border standoff with China and the progress in talks with the Chinese military.
The third round of corps commander-level talks between India and China Tuesday saw the countries discuss the need for an “expeditious, phased and step-wise de-escalation” to resolve the ongoing military standoff at . . .