“Are you with us or with Qatar?” Saudi King Salman raised this question during a meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who had visited the Gulf Kingdom for finding a diplomatic solution to the Qatar crisis.
The Pakistan Army on Wednesday resorted to unprovoked firing at two places along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, accounting for the second ceasefire violation in a day.
Three Indian warships arrived in the port city of Freemantle in Western Australia on June 13 to participate in a week-long naval exercise off the Western Australian coast.
Approximately 4,000 Jews of Indian origin, now residing in Israel, are expected to attend a keynote event hosted by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his three-day visit to the Jewish state in July.
Instances of detecting counterfeit currency in India’s banking channels have increased by over 4,000% in eight years, according to latest government data.
In what could be seen as proof of the Narendra Modi government’s approach to boost the country’s defense manufacturing capability, the Indian Defense Ministry cleared equipment worth $38.6 billion developed by state-owned Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) since Modi took charge.
There has been a visible increase in defence exports from India. With the Ministry of Defence (MoD) managing its exchanges better and setting new grounds for governance of end-users, India’s standing in defence on the global front seems to be getting stronger, but challenges remain.
Monsoon session of Parliament likely to begin on July 12
The final call on the dates will be taken by the committee, headed by Union Home minister Rajnath Singh, after June 20, the sources said.
IT cos changing their hiring strategy and you may not like it
Moving away from traditional recruitment systems, IT firms like Infosys and Wipro are warming up to the idea of freelancers, consultants and contract-workers
CM has ordered major improvements to the ‘UP 100’ service launched by Akhilesh whereby police will be made accountable to lodge FIRs and use ‘video evidence’.
China backs India’s tsunami warning system in South China Sea
China has backed India’s plans to set up a tsunami warning system in the disputed South China Sea, which is almost entirely claimed by Beijing.
@CBI arrests promoters of Abhijeet group in Rs 290 crore fraudAn alleged loss to the tune of Rs.218.85 crore (approx) to Canara Bank and Rs.71.92 crore (approx) to Vijaya Bank was caused, the CBI had said after filing the FIR.
Left behind in race by China, India tries to speed up Myanmar projects
Having missed several deadlines, and with China taking big strides, India is trying hard to speed up its infrastructure commitments in Myanmar.
Indian Navy begins search ops for Mexican woman cadet who fell overboard
A woman cadet has reportedly fallen from a Mexican sail training ship 560 nautical miles west of Goa and the Indian Navy has launched a search and rescue operation to look for her.
China has taken note of the strategic advantage of Dhola-Sadiya bridge and is feeling uneasy
PM Narendra Modi recently inaugurated Dhola-Sadiya Bridge in North East to link Arunachal Pradesh to neighbouring Assam. China objected as usual asking India to be ‘cautious’ and exercise ‘restraint’ over building infrastructure in Arunachal Pradesh which it claims as South Tibet.
The Defence Research and Development Organisation today successfully test fired anti-tank missile ‘Nag’ in a desert in the western sector of Rajasthan.