Why Does India Want To Be Part of Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) ?

What is Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) ? Established in April, 1987 . It is a voluntary association with 34 countries (Now 35 including India) & 4 ‘unilateral adherents’ that follows its rules : Israel, Romania, Slovakia, Macedonia. The group aims to slow the missile & unmanned technology delivery that could be used for Chemical, … Read more

“Next Generation of Akash (NG) Missile System under Development” – BEL Chief

Terming as “satisfactory” the performance of Akash missile that has been inducted into the Indian Army and Air Force, Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), today said the development of the weapon system’s next generation is currently underway. “As far as Akash is concerned, the system which has now been inducted into the Indian Army and Air … Read more

Pakistan might Purchase Turkish T-129 Attack Helicopters

Pakistan and Turkey are in talks for Islamabad to purchase T129 attack helicopters co-developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries, a move officials from both countries said would strengthen defense ties between the two, the Anadolu news agency reported Friday. The news came as the newly appointed Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik and Khawaja Muhammad Asif, his … Read more

PM Modi Scoops Billions In Investment

With The Coveted MTCR Membership In The Bag: PM Modi Scoops Billions In Investment Washington: The visit also yielded a bonanza of big-ticket investments from Amazon and Star. The two countries finalised a deal that allows their militaries to help each other with crucial supplies, and Washington formally recognized India as a ‘major defence partner’. … Read more

British Special Forces playing Bollywood Music to freak out ISIS !!!

British Special Forces troops are “freaking out” Islamic State fighters by blasting Bollywood music at them. The psychological warfare strategy is aimed at discrediting the extremists who claim the music is “apostasy” or un-Islamic. They came up with the idea after a Pakistani-born army intelligence officer with the British Army told troops Bollywood tunes would … Read more