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Myanmar is now erasing the Rohingya’s very name

The tragedy of the Rohingya Muslims of Burma began with the forced expulsion of more than a half-million Rohingya people from northern Rakhine state...

India-Japan talks to focus on defence and security

India and Japan will hold their '2+2' dialogue this week with the participation of foreign and defence secretaries of both countries as the bilateral...

Pentagon’s new helicopter for Afghans lacks lift of old Russian ones

The US Army’s Black Hawk helicopters are less capable for some missions conducted by Afghanistan’s Air Force than the Russian-made ones they’re replacing, according...

Myanmar is now erasing the Rohingya’s very name

The tragedy of the Rohingya Muslims of Burma began with the forced expulsion of more than a half-million Rohingya people from northern Rakhine state...

Visitors, buyers show keen interest in Pakistan’s defence products at Eurosatory...

Professional visitors and buyers from over 60 countries showed keen interest in the high-end defence and security products of pakistan exhibited at the thematic...

Visitors, buyers show keen interest in Pakistan’s defence products at Eurosatory...

Professional visitors and buyers from over 60 countries showed keen interest in the high-end defence and security products of pakistan exhibited at the thematic...

US approves sale of 6 more Apache attack helicopters to India

The U.S. State Department has approved a potential direct commercial sale of six additional Boeing AH-64E Apache heavy attack helicopters to India for an...

As fissures grow in West, China’s SCO tries to heal India-Pakistan...

Implications of tensions between Pakistan and India stretch beyond South Asia. Long-standing animosity, stemming from, among other things, the dispute over Kashmir, has complicated...

As fissures grow in West, China’s SCO tries to heal India-Pakistan...

Implications of tensions between Pakistan and India stretch beyond South Asia. Long-standing animosity, stemming from, among other things, the dispute over Kashmir, has complicated...

India to host first BIMSTEC war games in September

India will host the first military exercise of the BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) group focussing on counter-terrorism...

India to host first BIMSTEC war games in September

India will host the first military exercise of the BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) group focussing on counter-terrorism...

Nepal energy ministry finalises projects for PM Oli’s visit to China

Nepal’s Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation (MoEWRI) has finalised the projects that are linked with the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and...

Nepal energy ministry finalises projects for PM Oli’s visit to China

Nepal’s Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation (MoEWRI) has finalised the projects that are linked with the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and...

Mauritius Islanders mount resistance to Indian naval base

Resistance is building up among the residents of a small island in Mauritius against a proposal by the Indian Navy to build a base...

Rise in India-ASEAN naval games

Later this month, the Navies of India and Indonesia will hold their first bilateral exercise in the Java Sea. India will stage a new...

Rise in India-ASEAN naval games

Later this month, the Navies of India and Indonesia will hold their first bilateral exercise in the Java Sea. India will stage a new...

China is Pakistan’s key qualitative driver

Today, the Armed Forces of Pakistan have at least three marquee and indispensable big-ticket weapon systems in the pipeline from China: in 2015, it...

China is Pakistan’s key qualitative driver

Today, the Armed Forces of Pakistan have at least three marquee and indispensable big-ticket weapon systems in the pipeline from China: in 2015, it...

Questions over Sri Lanka’s aircraft purchase deals

The Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) has ambitious plans to purchase helicopters of different makes and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) at a staggering cost...

‘Can’t fight tomorrow’s war with yesterday’s weapons’, says India’s DG Artillery

“Tomorrow’s wars can’t be fought with yesterday’s technology,” said Lieutenant General P K Srivastava, Director General of the Artillery of the Indian Army, and...