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India will consider alternatives to France’s Rafale combat aircraft, the head of the country’s air force said on Thursday. Arul Raha voiced hope that the contract for the supply of 36 fighters will be signed by the end of 2015, but added that this amount was not enough and that the country should consider other options.
It has been almost a decade since India has been eying a permanent seat for itself in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), and the urge reached at its peak when Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India in 2014.
The Indian Space Research Organisation has unveiled plans to gradually make its regional satellite navigation system global — akin to powerful position-telling systems such as the U.S.’ GPS and the Russian GLONASS.
The Indo-China Combined Military Training Exercise HAND-IN-HAND 2015 will be conducted from 12 to 23 October 2015 at Kunming Military Academy, Yunnan, China.
Indian Army's new recruitment campaign, titled 'Join the Indian Army and Live a Life Less Ordinary' will be launched across the country tomorrow.
The Indian Air Force has been holding the reins in the sky ever since it came into being on October 8, 1932 as an auxiliary force under British Raj. Over the time, it evolved itself with modern technologies and brave personnel and has become the forth-strongest Air Force in the world.
India is eying investments to the tune of Rs 2 lakh crore at Chabahar port in Iran in various infrastructure projects, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today.
India on Thursday reacted very sharply to reports of the US mulling a nuclear deal with Pakistan on the lines of India-US pact, saying anyone considering a nuke pact should first see Islamabad's proliferation track record.
All the seven satellites of Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) are expected to be in orbit by March 2016, Indian Space Research Organisation said today.
Warplanes from multiple countries are screaming through the skies over Syria. On the ground, terrorist groups are nibbling at Syria’s extremities. It is an environment that India should jump right into. Here are six good reasons why India needs to send its well-trained and ferocious military to defend beleaguered Syria.
Indian engineering major, Larsen & Toubro (L&T), in partnership with Korea's Samsung Techwin (STW), has bagged a Rs 4,875-crore ($750 million) order for supplying the Indian Army with 100 self-propelled tracked howitzers, K-9 Vajra.
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US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter on Thursday predicted Russia would soon begin suffering casualties in Syria, as Moscow dramatically ramps up its military campaign in the devastated nation.
Jerusalem, Oct 9 (IANS) Israeli and Russian military officials have met in Tel Aviv to sort out a mechanism that would prevent accidents between their forces as Russia continues its operations in Syria, the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) has said.
Latvia has ordered a series of new air surveillance radars from the United States, in a major overhaul of its air-defence network. In total seven new radars have been ordered from contractors ThalesRaytheonSystems and Lockheed Martin.
US Army engineers, who are seeking to adapt ongoing research to counter aerial systems that could threaten Soldiers, successfully shot down two aircraft as part of their final technology demonstration.
Britain plans to join Germany and the US in the long-term deployment of its troops in the Baltic states to allegedly contain a threat they claimed emanates from Russia.
Russia’s Machine-Building Enterprise Muromteplovoz is ready to deliver 150 fire support and escort fighting vehicles to Arctic brigades within a year and a half, Enterprise CEO Yevgeny Tretyakov said at the ‘Innovation Day of the Russian Defense Ministry 2015’ exhibition.
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