The Blue Economy, with its untapped seabed minerals and renewable ocean energy, could prove that light at the end of the tunnel for Covid-19 afflicted India. The nation’s strategic location in the IOR and its potentials as a maritime power is a blessing for both the security of the region and the In
HOW volatile is our border that needs no strategic discussion when places like Galwan keeps burning under the vicious attack by next door China? Not to mention the constant barrage of cross border terrorism, Armed Forces’ task of operational readiness is the utmost priority. And, it is the time to b
THE Indo-Pacific region is of strategic importance to India and Australia as both are heavily dependent on sea for conducting majority of their global trade. Therefore, maintaining the law of the sea and free navigation in the Indian Ocean and the Indo-Pacific region is crucial to both. The Military
Indian Navy's most complex exercise--the Malabar-- is slated to be grouped again as the four formidable navies of the world come together. That forms the Quad. Vice Admiral HCS Bisht had participated in two Malabar Exercises in 2011-12 and later Malabar 2016-17 as the C-in-C of the Eastern Naval Com
Our deterrence has been repeatedly put to test in the recent past. Unfortunately, it has also led to the exposure of strategic and operational voids, vulnerabilities and response strategies.India needs to combine its resources into a successful strategy through the intelligent integration and networ
The Air Force Commanders’ Conference (AFCC) was inaugurated by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh Today at Air Headquarters in New Delhi. During the three day conference, commanders will review the current operational scenario and deployments before deliberating on building the IAF capabilities in the n
The Indian Air Force on Monday said that the first batch of IAF Rafale is likely to arrive in India by the end of July and the fighter jet is slated for induction at Air Force Station Ambala on July 29.
A wreath laying ceremony was organised by Defence Services Staff College, Wellington on 27 Jun 20 at Parsi Zoroastrian Cemetery, Udhagamandalam to commemorate the 12th death anniversary of Field Marshal SHFJ Manekshaw.
During the de-escalation process underway in the Galwan Valley, a violent face-off took place yesterday night with casualties on both sides. The loss of lives on the Indian side includes an officer and two soldiers.