Beaches turned into Fortresses, Unprecedented security in Goa for BRICS Summit

Ahead of the BRICS summit, Goa’s beaches have been turned into fortresses while strong police presence is kept on all the main highways and lanes leading to the venue of the event, to be attended by heads of various nations. The summit begins tomorrow in Benaulim village of South Goa. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will … Read more

China may carry Pakistan message to India at BRICS

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday — for the ninth time in the last two and half years — the visiting Chinese leader is likely to impress upon India the need to break the diplomatic impasse with Pakistan. Xi arrives at 1.10 pm Saturday and is scheduled to meet … Read more

These New Images Of Chinese Aircraft Carrier Should Concern India

New images indicate that China is racing towards completion of its first home-grown aircraft carrier. A month after NDTV reported that the hull of the ship, designated the Type 001-A, appeared complete, a fresh set of images indicates that the “island” of the carrier, in many ways the nerve-centre of the warship, has now been … Read more

India’s efforts to exploit Brahmaputra waters may have harmed Bangladesh’s interests: China’s state-run media

India’s “increasing efforts to exploit the Brahmaputra river through various forms,” may have harmed Bangladesh’s interests, China’s state-run media said today. And Bangladesh, Global Times wrote, can’t do anything about it because it is economically dependent on India, which takes away its “bargaining power.” These statements from the government-run media come in the wake of reports … Read more

Chinese Army intrudes Arunachal Pradesh

At a time when Pakistan was carrying out Uri attack, the Chinese Army intruded in Anjaw of Arunachal Pradesh. They had entered Indian territory on September 9 and had set up camp in an area some 45 km inside the territory. After four days on September 13, they were forced to go back by a … Read more

Chinese Army Equips All Ground Troops With WZ-10 Attack Helicopters

In service since 2012, the WZ-10 is designed for anti-tank warfare. It can be outfitted with cannons and machine guns, as well as guided missiles. Upgraded versions of the WZ-10, however, have also been equipped for air-to-air combat. “Several WZ-10s have been delivered to an aviation brigade of the PLA’s 13th Group Army under the … Read more

India Condemns Nuclear Test conducted by North Korea

Close on the heels of North Korea’s nuclear missile test on Friday, India, along with the United States of America, Japan South Korea and China, condemned the act. In a statement to the media, the Ministry of External Affairs said, “We call upon North Korea to refrain from such actions which adversely impact peace and … Read more

The Indian Air Force must prepare for Chinese fighters in Tibet

News reports have appeared in the Indian media about the presence of the Chinese J-20 stealth fighter at Daocheng Yading in Tibet, the highest civilian airport in the world. One article features a photograph of a J-20 on a rain-swept tarmac, with the aircraft draped in a camouflage net – in a desert camouflage pattern! … Read more

Mass Production of World’s Largest Aircraft An-225 to Start Again

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A Chinese company is set to purchase the largest aircraft constructed by Ukrainian holding company Antonov, similar to the AN-225. Russian military expert Vasily Kashin discussed with Sputnik the importance of this purchase for both countries. Ukrainian aircraft manufacturer Antonov and China’s Aerospace Industry Corporation have signed a deal which will assist the serial production … Read more

Pakistan to acquire 8 Attack Submarines from China in China’s Biggest Ever Arms Deal

Pakistan will acquire at least eight attack submarines from Beijing in what is being described as the largest ever arms export deal for China. State-run media in Pakistan including Radio Pakistan has reported that the $5 billion dollar deal has been detailed by senior naval officers to the parliamentary committee that handles defence. The report … Read more

China will intervene if India creates tension in Balochistan: Chinese think tank

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China will have “to get involved” if any Indian “plot” disrupts the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in restive Balochistan, an influential Chinese thinktank has warned India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s reference to Balochistan in his Independence Day speech is the “latest concern” for China and among its scholars, Hu Shisheng, the director of … Read more

China tells India to focus on border peace while India deploys BrahMos in Arunachal Pradesh

China Warns India

China on Thursday urged India to do more to reinforce peace and stability along the border, following reports that New Delhi was deploying advanced cruise missiles in the eastern sector. “We hope the Indian side can do more for peace and stability in the border region…,” Chinese Defence Ministry spokesman Colonel Wu Qian said at … Read more

China warns India for deployment of BrahMos Cruise missile in Arunachal Pradesh,Army says “None of your Concern”

After China’s warning against deployment of BrahMos missile in Arunachal Pradesh, the Army has said that how India addresses its security concerns should not be anybody else’s concerns. “Our threat perceptions and security concerns are our own, and how we address these by deploying assets on our territory should be no one else’s concern,” top sources … Read more

North Korea opens doors for Chinese tourists without passports

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The tightly controlled North Korea has decided to open its doors to Chinese tourists coming without passports. It is welcoming Chinese visitors to cross the border to visit the country for half a day. Even Chinese without passports can visit North Korea, leave aside the need for a visa. The move comes soon after China … Read more

Why India can’t make Copies of Military Hardware Just like China ?

India is surrounded by two nuclear-armed neighbors who make up Second largest combined Air Force fleet in the world only to be surpassed by United states of America . Indian Air force might be on the terminal decline for past few years now and several attempts have been made to recover and make it a … Read more

Modern Warfare: A View From The Sea

The concept of warfare has been undergoing perpetual transformation since the end of the Cold War. Connectivity in a borderless world brimming with transnational challenges has precipitated changes occurring at a breathtaking pace. In twenty first century, maritime domain has emerged as the principal arena of contest and cooperation between states. In strategic defence documents … Read more

Growing Relations between China and Pakistan

China and Pakistan are getting closer and closer every day.They share technology with each other,Participate regularly in  military Exercises and are working on producing various Defence Equipment’s.They both are rivals of India and have fought wars with it.Pakistan is also utilizing China to dominate India. Growing Ties between these two Countries is a Major Concern … Read more

Fading ties between India and Russia

PM Narendra Modi’s Christmas trip to Moscow has not been able to bring home the expected crown jewels from Russia as Moscow did not yield to give S400 missile defence system and Akula class nuclear submarines although other goodies was agreed upon for sale like nuclear reactors and Hydrocarbons etc. PMO has not and possibly … Read more