Pakistan hands over dossier on Indian 'support to terrorism'
With India's diplomatic offensive against Pakistan's Kashmir campaign entering full throttle mode, Islamabad is throwing all that it has got into it.
Thrilling, special experience: Rajnath Singh after flying LCA Tejas fighter jet
Rajnath Singh, who became the first defence minister to fly a...
Government seeks defence forces' views on Chief of Defence Staff post
A high-level committee has been formed by the government for streamlini...
MHA directs CAPFs to adopt 'swadeshi' goods in canteens, office
The MHA has also decided to enhance monetary grant to over 1,700 Central Police Canteens across the country as it has turned down the plea of these forces and paramilitary veterans who were seeking an exemption under the GST for these stores.
India, Japan hold annual defence dialogue; resolve to deepen strategic ties
The defence minister is on a five-day tour of Japan and South Korea. On Tuesday, he will leave for Seoul from Tokyo.
Government eases licensing rules for production
Defence aircraft, warships, body armour and specialised equipment for military training are a few products for which the department is the licensing authority.
Forces need Rs 80,000 crore more for modernisation this year
The cash-strapped forces contend they do not even have enough for 'committed liabilities' i.e. instalments for arms deals.
View: From Syria, Donald Trump fuels the rise of Russia and China
The Russians, in effect, have become guarantors of peace in the Middle East. The US demonstrates itself to be an untrustworthy ally. The combined effect of both developments is to diminish America’s role as the lynchpin of global stability.
Will companies turn CSR into CIR?
Mandatory CSR spending essentially provides a nudge to companies to spend up to 2% of their profits on supporting research and innovation.
Committed to complete Kartarpur Corridor, despite tense ties with India: Pakistan
Special Assistant to Pakistan Prime Minister Firdous Ashiq Awan in a series of tweets said that Kartarpur is a sacred place for Sikhs and is the perfect example of interfaith harmony.
Air-to-air missile Astra test-fired from Sukhoi-30 MKI
The Astra is capable of engaging targets of different ranges and altitudes including long-range as well as short-range targets.
DRDO successfully test-fires new air to air missile 'Astra'
Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) successfully test fired the Astra, air to air missile with a range of over 70 kms. The mi...
DRDO UAV crashes in farmland in Karnataka, none injured
Chitradurga Superintendent of Police Arun K told PTI that the UAV crashed in the arecanut farm this morning, but no one was injured.
No government help for companies in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir: Seoul
The Korean side conveyed that government-sponsored benefits like subsidies and tax breaks will not be applicable to its companies setting shop in the disputed region.
China signs deal to 'lease' Pacific island in Solomons
A day after China and the Solomon Islands officially established diplomatic relations, state-owned China Sam Group signed an agreement to lease Tulagi. The island has a population of 1,200, and is the site of a former Japanese naval base.
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