United States launched ‘SeaRAM’ for protection of their battleships

United States launched ‘SeaRAM’ for protection of their battleships

United States of America has prepared themselves to react to China & Russia, who were challenging United States of America in South China Sea, Black See & Baltic naval area. Recently US Navy has successfully conducted a test of missile destroyer system named “SeaRAM. The newly tested missile destroyer system offers improved ship self-defense and […]

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Large differences remain over India’s NSG entry: Chinese Foreign Ministry

Large differences remain over India’s NSG entry: Chinese Foreign Ministry

China’s differences with India over its entry to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) continue. The spokesperson of Chinese Foreign Ministry claimed that the agenda circulated by the Chair of this year’s NSG Plenary meeting being held on 24th June at Seoul does not include the issue of India’s membership. “China recognizes India’s need and urge […]

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US expresses displeasure as Russia attacks US-supported rebel groups in Syria

US expresses displeasure as Russia attacks US-supported rebel groups in Syria

Washington, dated 19th June (Press)- U.S expressed displeasure on Russian Air strikes on U.S supported rebel groups in Syria. U.S security headquarter, Pentagon, demanded an explanation from Russia on account of the recent attacks; however Russian Defence Minister spokesperson, Igor Konashenkov, retaliated by stating that U.S has failed to provide proper information on the rebel […]

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Russia does not need a ‘new cold war’: President Vladimir Putin

Russia does not need a ‘new cold war’: President Vladimir Putin

Moscow, dated 18th (News Agency)– Russia’s President Vladimir Putin warned United States that even though it’s considered to be a Super Power, it should not interfere in Russia’s internal matters and try to disrupt its relations with Europe. He also criticised Unites States and (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) NATO and cautioned that Russia does not […]

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NATO to keep army presence in Afghanistan until 2020

NATO to keep army presence in Afghanistan until 2020

After an appeal from the US to reconsider its decision concerning deployment of the army in Afghanistan, NATO has extended the deployment period of its army. The Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg informed that NATO would be maintaining an army presence in Afghanistan until 2020 and assisting the Afghan forces to counter terrorism, adding […]

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Discussions between US President & Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia

Discussions between US President & Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia

Washington : ‘Mohammed bin Salman’ the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, met the US President Barack Obama during his recent visit to the United States of America. During the meeting Obama and the Saudi prince discussed a wide range of issues, including Washington-Riyadh bilateral relations as well as developments in the Gulf. On the backdrop of […]

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Namibia endorses supply of Uranium to India

Namibia endorses supply of Uranium to India

Resource-rich West African country Namibia assured it will look at ways to supply Uranium to India. President Pranab Mukherjee on a two day visit to Namibia held bi-lateral talks with the Namibian President Hage Geingob on Friday. President Mukherjee offered support to Namibia for efficient extraction of its natural resources for sustainable development using environmentally […]

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