• Indian Navy reviews outcome of 'Sea Vigil' exercise

    The Indian Navy and several other agencies involved in coastal defence and maritime security have brainstormed over the outcome of the 'Sea Vigil' exercise – the first-of-its-kind multi-agency drill covering the entire 7,516 km-long Indian coastline and exclusive economic zone.

  • Army commanders review India's security challenges, decide to enhance operational capability

    Top Army commanders have carried out a thorough review of India's security challenges including along the borders with China and Pakistan, and resolved to enhance operational capability of the forces to effectively deal with potential adversaries.

  • India's A-SAT mission planned in a way that debris will decay soon: DRDO Chief

    Seeking to assuage concerns over the orbital debris created by India's A-SAT test, DRDO Chairman G Satheesh Reddy has again assured that the mission was planned in a way that the resulting fragments will decay in a few weeks and there was no threat to the ISS.

  • Astronomers unveil first photo of a black hole

    In a major scientific breakthrough, astronomers have unveiled the first photo of a black hole – one of the star-devouring monsters scattered throughout the Universe and obscured by impenetrable shields of gravity.


US, Russia pioneers of ASAT technology; India too joins club of space super powers

US, Russia pioneers of ASAT technology; India too joins club of space super powers India shot down one of its satellites in space on Wednesday with an anti-satellite missile to demonstrate this complex capability making it only the fourth country after the US, the Russia and China, to have used such a weapon.

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