US cannot have unrealistic expectations from India: Former US Secretary of Defense

US cannot have unrealistic expectations from India: Former US Secretary of Defense

Washington: – Ashton Carter, Former US Secretary of Defence, said, ‘India has traditionally had a non-aligned foreign policy. Russia is an important country supplying weapons and defence equipment to India. India is still dependent on Russia for its weapon supplies. It should be remembered that no one can have an unrealistic expectation that India will buy new weapons […]

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Centre to develop Gujarat’s Bhavnagar as container hub to reduce dependence on China

Centre to develop Gujarat’s Bhavnagar as container hub to reduce dependence on China

New Delhi: The decision has been taken to make Bhavnagar, in Gujarat, the hub for container manufacturing. India needs nearly 350,000 containers per year. The demand for containers is growing all around the world. Despite this, containers were not being manufactured in India. India was mainly dependent on China for the supply of containers. Now, […]

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A long-term war will flareup between India and Pakistan, claims National Intelligence Council

A long-term war will flareup between India and Pakistan, claims National Intelligence Council

Washington: – India and Pakistan militaries have implemented a ceasefire on the Line of Control (LOC). Some people are predicting a dense possibility that talks will be held between the two countries. Going further, Pakistani journalists claimed that the Indian Prime Minister would be visiting Pakistan in October. Amid these claims, the National Intelligence Council […]

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India objects to US exercises in EEZ  

India objects to US exercises in EEZ  

New Delhi/Washington: – A US warship undertook a mission named Freedom of Navigation, 130 nautical miles from the Indian islands of Lakshadweep. India objected to this mission that was carried out on the 7th of April of the US warship USS John Paul Jones. This region is a part of the Indian Exclusive Economic Zone […]

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India looks to resume buying oil from Iran if US lifts sanctions

India looks to resume buying oil from Iran if US lifts sanctions

New Delhi: Senior Indian officials have said that India will start importing oil from Iran once the United States withdraws sanctions imposed against Iran. Indirect talks are being held between the United States and Iran over the controversial Iranian nuclear program. During the negotiations, US state department spokesman, Ned Price, had said that the United […]

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China is capable of launching cyberattacks on India: Indian Defence Chief General Bipin Rawat

China is capable of launching cyberattacks on India: Indian Defence Chief General Bipin Rawat

New Delhi: – Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat said that China could launch cyberattacks on India and there is a major disparity between the capabilities of both countries on this front. But India is working on developing its strength in cyber defence. The Defence Chief also assured that expeditious efforts are being made […]

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