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  • India joins the Wassenaar Arrangement:-India on Friday said it has joined the Wassenaar Arrangement after completing the internal procedures and the membership will facilitate high-technology tie-ups for country's defence and space programmes. ...
  • Wassenaar Arrangement decides to make India its member:-In a significant development, elite export control regime Wassenaar Arrangement (WA) on Thursday decided to admit India as its new member, which is expected to raise New Delhi's stature in the field of non-proliferation besides helping it acquire critical technologies....
  • India's chances 'very good' on Wassenaar membership: Russia:-India is likely to get the membership of the Wassenaar Arrangement on Thursday, one of the key export control regimes that deal with non-proliferation, if everything goes well, Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Wednesday....
  • Akash test-fired successfully:-India on Tuesday successfully test-fired Akash its supersonic surface-to-air missile with indigenous radio frequency seeker from a test range in Odisha, officials said....
  • India joins the Wassenaar Arrangement

    India on Friday said it has joined the Wassenaar Arrangement after completing the internal procedures and the membership will facilitate high-technology tie-ups for country's defence and space programmes.

  • Akash test-fired successfully

    India on Tuesday successfully test-fired Akash its supersonic surface-to-air missile with indigenous radio frequency seeker from a test range in Odisha, officials said.

  • India, Singapore vow to deepen defence ties, ensure freedom of navigation

    India and Singapore today signed an agreement to deepen cooperation in the maritime security domain and called for ensuring freedom of navigation in critical sea lanes against the backdrop of China's increasing military manoeuvres in the Indo-Pacific region.

  • North Korea developing missiles that can reach 'anywhere' in world: Mattis

    North Korea fired a ballistic missile Wednesday that splashed in the Sea of Japan, evoking angry reactions from the US with its Defence Secretary Jim Mattis expressing apprehension that the hermit state seems to be developing missiles that can reach "anywhere in the world".

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