INTERNATIONAL MARITIME DEFENCE SHOW
We often go to South China Sea as international 'law of the sea' is at risk there:French Navy Chief
French Navy Chief Admiral Christophe Prazuck said, "I don't think that Chinese Navy is hiding anything about their global appreciation and global ambition.There are different behaviours in South China Sea. First, why do we go there six, seven or ten times a year? We go there because international law of the sea is at risk in this area of the world."
Confident of doubling range of the Astra, will be the most lethal air to air missile: DRDO Chief
India is one of the few countries which has ...
India delaying signing helicopters deal: Russian Helicopters CEO
India and Russia signed a deal in 2015 under PM Narendra Modi's ‘Make in Ind...
PM Modi holds talks with PMs of Australia, Vietnam; focuses on maritime cooperation
PM Narendra Modi, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Vietnam's premier Nguyen Xuan Phuc and several other world leaders are in Bangkok to attend meetings related to the ASEAN summit, the East Asia summit and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) summit. Modi also conveyed best wishes to Phuc on Vietnam assuming the chair of ASEAN for next year.
Defence FDI through automatic route may be hiked to 74%
The country allows up to 49% foreign direct investment (FDI) in defence in the automatic route and it needs government approval to go beyond the cap.
India, Philippines sign pacts on maritime domain and security boosting partnership in Indo-Pacific
India signed four agreements covering maritime domain, security, tourism, science and technology and culture. "We are committed to work closely together to defeat and eliminate terrorism in all its forms and manifestations," said President Kovind.
India exporting bulletproof jackets of international standard to over 100 nations: BIS
A top BIS official said that India is the fourth country after the US, UK and Germany to have its own national standard on bulletproof jacket which provides 360-degree protection.
PM Modi proposes Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative
The PM proposed an “Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative” for safe,secure and stable maritime domain. The Focus areas include creating partnerships among interested states in Enhancing maritime security; Sustainably using marine resources; Disaster prevention & management.
African nations seek wider defence and counter-terror ties with India
The defence ties are being revived as India seeks to emerge as a net security provider in Africa amid common challenges from terrorism and piracy.
Next-gen BrahMos missile to add fire power to Indian Navy submarines
BrahMos Aerospace is currently working on a next generation missile to meet Indian Navy requirements for a fresh set of submarines being dev...
India & the Philippines agree to bolster defence ties; sign 4 agreements during President Kovind's visit
India and the Philippines agreed to bolster defence and maritime security partnership and to make it a key pillar of bilateral cooperation, as President Ram Nath Kovind held wide-ranging talks with his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte.
Indian warships take part in international maritime defence exhibition in Singapore
The IMDEX Asia-2019 commenced on May 14 and will also witness the participation of some of India's leading engineering and ship building firms.
US lists rise of China as challenge before India; wants free flow of goods, capital, data
Trade between the US and India in 2018 touched USD 142 billion but the economic partnership is yet to realise its full potential.
India may adopt Hong Kong convention for green ship recycling
The government plans to nearly double India’s ship-recycling capacity by 2024 to about nine MnGT.
Central funds to states may be cut to create internal security fund
NK Singh-headed Finance Commission working on proposal; cabinet cleared enabling approvals on July 17.
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