In the wake of China’s rising interest in the Indian Ocean region, Sikorsky MH-60R might soon become India’s next weapon for counter-submarine attacks

India is fast progressing in the sphere of defence with new missile launches. Yet the country has only few modernised equipments that can detect Chinese vessels in the Indian waters. In the Malabar naval exercise this year, India participated along with the U.S. and Japan. The exercise is seen as means to gain exposure to […]

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India should be made a member of Nuclear Suppliers group in 2018 and is fully capable of the same

In 2008, the NSG had exempted India from the requirement adopted by the NSG in 1992, for banning nuclear cooperation, with any state that had not accepted IAEA comprehensive safeguards. That move also allowed India to trade with NSG membership. In a way, it argued that exempting India once again from Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty condition […]

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Canadian Intelligence strictly Warns Of China Interference In Partner Countries

Canada has warned the world about a new move of China. Canada’s Security Intelligence Services (CSIS) has claimed that China is interfering in political affairs of allied countries using its economic relations and influence. A report by CSIS on China has been given detailed information on the threat of foreign interference in the democratic system. […]

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MOS says, U.K. should stop providing safe havens for India’s criminals

Today Britain had confirmed Nirav Modi’s presence in its soil; India said that U.K. should not be viewed as a safe haven for criminals of other countries. It was evident that India had sent a clear message to U.K. minister of state for counter-extremism Baroness Williams by Union Minister of State (MOS), for home Kirin […]

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India enters the elite SSBN club with its powerful, indigenously manufactured Arihant class missile submarine

India is one of the seven countries in the world to possess nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines or Ship Submersible, Ballistic and Nuclear (SSBN). These are considered one of the most powerful missiles for any kind of assault. A Popular Mechanics report said that SSBN can remain unharmed upon the first strike and has the ability […]

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India executes a key martinal step through ASEAN, emphasizes on Indo-ASEAN maritime partnership

ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations)It is a regional intergovernmental organisation comprising 10 Southeast Asian countries which promotes intergovernmental cooperation and facilitates Economic, Political , Security , Military ,Educational and Socio –Cultural integration amongst its members and other Asian countries, and globally. Since its formation is on 8 August 1967 by Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, […]

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India’s Priority is Connectivity with neighbourhood and SCO Countries, says PM Modi taking a leadership role in SCO summit

During the address at the Plenary session of the 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “We have again reached a stage where physical and digital connectivity is changing the definition of geography. Therefore, connectivity with our neighborhood and in the SCO region is our priority.” While talking about the connectivity […]

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Priyanka Chopra, the “proud Indian” apologises to her fans for a negative presentation of Indians as terrorists in popular American sitcom Quantico

Indian actor Priyanka Chopra apologised to the country for the portrayal of Hindu terror plot in the hit American TV sitcom Quantico. The plot featured on June 1st in ABC Studios, titled “Blood of Romeo”. Following the incident, Priyanka tweeted to her followers on Sunday. She said she never wanted to hurt Indian sentiments by […]

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United States 42nd president Bill Clinton warned Ex-PM of Pakistan against going war with India in 1999

Srinath Raghavan, The author of “the most dangerous place was a former infantry officer in the Indian Army and a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. He has studied and taught at King’s College, London, and is the author of two highly praised books. He is a recipient of the 2015 […]

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India makes a pledge to eliminate all single-use plastic by 2022, UN Environment Chief described India as ‘Global Leader’

Plastic pollutes every nook and corner of India’s cities and towns, including historic places and coastal resorts. 25,000 metric tons of plastic is produced daily by the 1.3 billion population of India. According to the government, 60 percent of this is recycled but outside agencies believe it to be closer to 40 percent. Dr. Harsh […]

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