Security forces busted a militant hideout and recovered arms and ammunition in north Kashmir district of Bandipora on Monday, official sources said.
This week two strategic bridges were inaugurated in eastern Arunachal Pradesh, opening up another way in the area to the Line of Actual Control. Like the two, there are close to 150 strategic bridges being constructed in the state to provide quick mobility to troops and supplies towards the LAC and act as alternative routes in case one gets destroyed during a conflict.
India and China have revived their long-pending issue of setting up a telephonic hotline at the level of Director-General Military Operations (DGMO).
Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief and the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed is actively pursuing his jehadi agenda with impunity in Pakistan after his release from a ten- month house arrest under anti-terror and public safety laws.
U.S and Pakistan are still bedfellows, India must rethink its support to Trump plan: Hamid Karzai. Former Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai held talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who hosted a banquet for him, attended by NSA Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary Dr. S. Jaishankar, on Saturday.
Work has begun to integrate the Brahmos supersonic cruise missile on 40 Sukhoi combat aircraft which is expected to fulfil critical needs of the Indian Air Force in the wake of evolving security dynamics in the region.
Lockheed Martin, the US firm that is offering to relocate F-16 fighter production to India as the world’s only F-16 line, has rebutted the argument that perceptions of the F-16 as an “outdated fighter” would mean very little international business flowing to India.
After repeatedly blocking United Nations sanctions against Maulana Masood Azhar, head of the terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad, China has prevented the issuance of a Red Notice against Salafi preacher Zakir Naik, who is wanted in India for terrorist activities.
India is Afghanistan’s “most reliable regional partner”, the Pentagon told the US Congress on Friday as it welcomed additional economic, medical, and civic support from New Delhi to the war-torn country.
A decade after India’s maiden lunar odyssey in 2008, India will launch another lunar expedition in early 2018 by sending a lander and a rover to explore the Moon to unravel its origin and present conditions. The second Moon mission—Chandrayaan-2—is an advanced version of the previous Chandrayaan-1 mission.