ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT
Bill moved in US senate to bring India on a par with NATO allies
It seeks to bring the change through an amendment to the relevant sections on foreign military sales in the National Defence Authorization Act (NDAA) 2020.
View: India-US deal is possible if big picture pragmatism is kept in mind
The strategic choice is quite clear for India, just as it’s for Was...
Ex-US contractor jailed for sending defence drawings to India
Robert was charged with illegally exporting to India the military blueprints an...
US lawmakers introduce bill for special global ties with India
It (HR. 5387) would also amend the Arms Export Control Act, allowing the President to include India among our closest allies.
US Congress seeks major defence partner recognition for India
The US Congressional conference report asks the Defence Secretary and Secretary of State to assess the extent to which India possesses capabilities to support military operations of mutual interest.
US senators against taxpayers' money for Pakistan military aid
For their own political reasons the senators did not approve tabling of a resolution suggesting blocking of sale of eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan.
US Senate defeats move to block sale of F-16 jets to Pakistan
The US Senate on Thursday blocked an effort to prevent the $700 million sale of Lockheed Martin Corp F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan.
US Senator Rand Paul asks colleagues to oppose F-16 deal with Pakistan
"Why should the US consider selling major defence items to Pakistan whose allegiance to the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani network is well-known," Paul said.
Ex-US contractor indicted on charges of exporting military blueprints to India
The exported technical drawings include parts used in the torpedo systems for nuclear submarines, military attack helicopters, and F-15 fighter aircraft.
Ex-defence contractor guilty of sending US data to India
Hannah Robert pleaded guilty to charges that she conspired to violate the Arms Export Control Act by exporting to India military technical drawings without prior approval.
US defence contractor arraigned on charges of exporting military blueprints to India
A US defence contractor, owner of two New Jersey-based firms, was arraigned by a court today on charges of illegally exporting to India blueprints of the hi-tech military equipment and their parts.
US slaps nonproliferation sanctions on 12 foreign companies
The sanctions has also been imposed on four Chinese companies which include BST Technology and Trade Company.
Making sense of an Indian American dream project ahead of PM Modi's US visit
As Modi readies for a fourth visit to the US as prime minister, a clutch of Indian Americans are doing their bit to prop India up as America's 'special friend'.
Bush authorises military aid to Kosovo
US President George W. Bush has authorised military assistance to newly independent Kosovo.
China says stealth technology not from US plane
An official Chinese newspaper on Tuesday dismissed a report that the country used technology taken from a downed U.S. airplane in its own stealth fighter program.
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