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India's Aspirations Of Being A Regional Power Can No Longer Be Held Hostage To Arms Import: General Bipin Rawat

eSymposium on ‘Catalysing Defence Exports’, evoked some key policies shift & suggestions in defence export. From the Chief of Defence Staff to Defence Secretary and Industry came together for policy directions.

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Bilateral Maritime Exercise Between Indian & Russian Navies Takes Off In The Bay of Bengal

The 11th edition of exercise INDRA NAVY, a biennial bilateral maritime exercise between Indian Navy and Russian Navy is scheduled in the Bay of Bengal from 04 to 05 September 2020. Initiated in 2003, Ex INDRA NAVY epitomises the long-term strategic relationship between the two Navies.

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India Will Not Participate In Multinational Military Exercise With China, Pakistan in Russia

India will not take part in multinational military exercise with China, Pakistan in Russia according the Defence Ministry. India will not send its contingent to take part in the multinational military exercise Kavkaz-2020, being organised in Russia, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Defen

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Indian Army Chief Conferred COAS Unit Appreciation To 51 Special Action Group Of The National Security Guards

The Chief of Army Staff, Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane, conferred the COAS Unit Appreciation to 51 Special Action Group of the National Security Guards in recognition of the Group’s outstanding achievements in combating terrorism.

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Defence Minister Launches Naval Innovation And Indigenisation Organisation (NIIO)

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh launched the Naval Innovation and Indigenisation Organisation (NIIO). NIIO puts in place dedicated structures for the end users to interact with academia and industry towards fostering innovation and indigenisation for self-reliance in defence in keeping with the visio

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INDIA's MARINE POWER & BLUE ECONOMY

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

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Development Of An Indigenous Fighter Jet Engine Is A Priority Area For Strategic Autonomy: Defence Minister For State Shripad Naik

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

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Our Bilateral Defence Relationship Is At An Historic Peak: Australian Defence Minister Linda Reynolds

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

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Malabar Exercises And The Chinese Intrusions

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

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THE HIMALAYAN CONFRONTATION QUAGMIRE

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

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