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Delhi and Washington will formally sign the Industrial Security Annex in this round of talks, which will ease transfer of high-level technology from US to India.
Russia also wants to pitch for a more detailed upgrade of its frontline fighter aircraft Su30 MKI than what is being planned by the Indian Air Force.
The most politically correct and incorrect tweets of the day from across the political spectrum.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh asserted India has never been on the offensive on the Pakistani side, but would take action until it stopped its infiltration efforts.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, during a rally in Haryana, asked Pakistan to forget Kashmir and fight an 'honest battle' against terrorism, warning that no power can stop its disintegration if it did not mend its ways.
While Rajnath Singh draws his strength from his support base in Uttar Pradesh, Amit Shah’s strength lies in his proximity to Modi.
Only a few years ago, almost all of India queued up outside temples to feed milk to Ganesha idols. So why the brouhaha now?
On 8 October 2019, the first Rafale for the Indian Air Force was handed over to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. This delivery is the latest in a series of much-needed yet perennially delayed steps taken to bolster the Indian Air Force’s combat capabilities. The IAF has historically been the largest and best-equipped force in the region — reliant principally on license production of Soviet aircraft types to make up mass, and a privileged relation with Moscow to ensure access to high technology. The twin sticks of numerical and technological security have allowed the IAF to deter outright conflict in many cases and outfight its adversary when war became inescapable. History is replete with examples of the Indian Government taking swift and decisive action to maintain the IAF’s overall edge in the region, from the decision to induct and produce hundreds of MiG-21s from 1962 onward, to the emergency procurement of...
Patanjali, which used to sponsor most prime time news shows once upon a time, is almost absent now. Instead, it's the Aam Aadmi Party ads that have taken over.
CEO of Safran Aircraft Engines, the manufacturer of Rafale jet engines, also revealed plans for $150 million investment in India towards training and maintenance.