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To Boost Bilateral Defence Ties, US Secretary of Defence General Lloyd J Austin To Visit India On 19 March

Secretary of Defence of United States of America, General Lloyd J Austin will visit India from 19 to 21 March 2021. Secretary Austin’s visit to India as part of his first overseas travel emphasizes the strength of the India-US strategic partnership.

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We Move to Permanently Base Royal Navy Ships In The Western Indian Ocean: UK Defence Adviser Brig Gavin Thompson

On the sidelines of Aero India 2021, I spoke with UK Defence Adviser to India Brig Gavin Thompson and Deputy British High Commissioner, Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford on the Indo-UK strategic security partnership. While the ongoing crucial military logistic agreement is expected soon, UK's Rolls Royce is in

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Engagement with ASEAN and Oceania Region will remain critical element of India's Act East Policy: Secretary (East), MEA

India’s relations with ASEAN and Oceania countries will always remain a area of priority. India will strive to engage in the region for enhancing collaboration in areas such as Digital connectivity, Information Technology, Fintech, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals.

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India-Singapore Bilateral Maritime Exercise SIMBEX-2020 To Be Held From 23 - 25 November

The Indian Navy is hosting the Republic of Singapore Navy for the 24th edition of Ex Simbex in the Andaman Sea from 23 - 25 November. This edition of the annual exercise which has been conducted since 1994 shall witness the most complex and enhanced schedule of all previous editions.

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24th Edition of Exercise Malabar Concludes in the Arabian Sea

The second and the final phase of Ex-Malabar 2020 concluded in the Arabian Sea on the 20th Nov. The exercise involved participation by the navies of India, the US, Japan and Australia - a grouping informally referred to as the Quad. The final phase of the exercise revolved around the Carrier Battle

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Britain's Stalemate With EU Enters Its Endgame

As reported in British media today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson could see a Brexit deal in coming week. While UK's Internal Market Bill is designed to circumvent possible hostile attempts from the EU to leverage Northern Ireland into its domain, it has provoked widespread criticism by overriding pa

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Will The U.S. Elections 2020 Have An Impact On India-Russia Relations?

The impact of U.S. presidential elections will remain minimal specially on India’s relation with Moscow. Despite India’s defense diversification policy, defense cooperation will remain a key area of bilateral relations.

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Carrier Battle Groups To Feature In Second Phase Of Malabar Exercise

The second phase of the Malabar Exercise will be conducted from 17 to 20 November 2020. This phase will feature participation of Carrier Battle Groups (CBGs) of India and the US. This is the 24th edition of the Malabar Exercise and is seeing participation from the naval forces of India, the US, Japa

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Saudi Arabia And India: The Next Major Partnership In The Making

India's relations with Saudi Arabia are moving beyond a simple energy buyer-seller dynamic, to one that is truly strategic. But a great deal of actions needed to channelize the strategic partnership into greater trade, investment, security and defence cooperation.

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We Are Determined To Protect Our Sovereignty On The Sea As China Transgressed Into Our Area: Vietnam Ambassador Pham Sanh Chau

Vietnam is always at the center of geopolitics. BW Businessworld's Manish Kumar Jha engages with Vietnam Ambassador Pham Sanh Chau on comprehensive range of issues. Ambassador speaks his mind on South China Sea, security partnership with India, ASEAN & the QUAD in Indo-Pacific. Echoing Vietnam econo

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