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Can Pakistan’s Ababeel missile with MIRV capability counter the Indian S-400...

Pakistan’s Ababeel Ballistic Missile is believed to be equipped with MIRV i.e. Multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicle technology. If Ababeel Missile is actually equipped...

How indigenous are India’s indigenous systems

How ‘imported’ is India’s existing ‘Make in India’ programme on defence equipment is an oftenly debated question. The success of recent indigenous efforts notwithstanding,...

Citizenship bill: Most JPC members want to keep non-Muslims from Bangladesh...

The Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill will place the draft before it on Tuesday with majority of members seeking an...

Sri Lanka’s political crisis: In the shadows of China and India

Sri Lanka is without a government and two prominent politicians are claiming to be prime ministers. Experts say the struggle reflects the geopolitical rivalry...

Taliban hold talks with US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in Qatar: Sources

The Taliban have held three days of talks with United States (US) envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in the Gulf state of Qatar, where the militant...

S-400 to protect India from countries with territorial ambition: Air Marshal...

The S-400 Triumf air defence missile system to be procured from Russia would provide requisite security to India from neighbouring countries with "territorial ambition",...

India fast tracks the procurement of MH-60 anti-submarine helicopter

In an effort to fast track acquisition of MH-60 ‘Romeo’ anti-submarine helicopters for the Indian Navy, the government has sent a 'letter of request'...

Sri Lanka’s political crisis: The choice between India and China

The Sri Lankan Parliament has won a no-confidence vote against the Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, the man who brought the 26-year long civil war...

“What if offset partner runs off?” Why Supreme Court asked this...

In a four-hour hearing on the Rafale jet deal Wednesday, the Supreme Court questioned the government's stance that it had no role in the...

Water war between Pakistan and Afghanistan?

Overshadowed by the precarious state of the security situation in both the countries, culminated over years of distrust and divergent objectives, the water crisis...

Russia’s Afghan shift worries Delhi

The just-ended Moscow peace conference on Friday on Afghanistan is seen to have led to a further convergence in the positions of host Russia...

Russia’s growing clout in Asia-Pacific

In their strategic calculus, major Asia-Pacific powers do not consider Russia to be a major military power in the region. Although these Asia-Pacific countries...

Belt and Road rethink in Southeast Asia: Will India change its...

From the gleaming new city of Khorgos sprouting out of the desert in Kazakhstan to the kilometres of shinny steel rails being laid in...

China rejects ‘exaggerated’ Maldives debt

China has moved to dismiss claims in recent reports that the debt amassed by the archipelago to the regional superpower amounts to over USD3...

China aims to ‘enslave’ Maldives, Nasheed warns

Former president of Maldives Mohamed Nasheed on Friday insisted that despite Maldives amassing USD3 billion in debt to China, the new government would only...

New revelations in Rafale deal: Same aircraft, same features, but Modi...

Under the Rafale deal by NDA govt, 217 million euros will be spent on every aircraft. While according to the earlier deal, each aircraft...

China’s HD-1 supersonic cruise missile can challenge India’s BrahMos

China on Friday disclosed the technical details of its supersonic cruise missile, HD-1, leading military experts to believe that it has the potential to...

JF – 17 Thunder exhibits dazzling aerial performance at Zhuhai air...

JF-17 Thunder exhibited its dazzling aerial performance in front of the delegations of various air forces and aviation industries on the third day of...

Squeezed by an India-China standoff, Bhutan holds its breath

India’s main garrison in the Kingdom of sits only 13 miles from a disputed border with There is a training academy, a military hospital,...

US’s ‘War on Terror’ Killed 5 Lakh People in Iraq, Afghanistan...

A study by Brown University’s Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs has found that between 480,000 and 507,000 people have been killed in...

Behind Sri Lanka’s turmoil, a China-India struggle for investments and influence

Gleaming cranes stretch out on the waterfront in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo as Chinese companies construct a US$1.5 billion (S$2.06 billion) new commercial...