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  • Trump announces to develop state of the art missile system:-Donald Trump, the 45th President of the US, has announced to end cut in military budget implemented by the previous Obama administration and said it would develop a state-of-the-art missile system, rebuild the military, and develop offensive cyber capabilities. ...
  • China appoints new navy chief:-China has appointed Vice-Admiral Shen Jinlong as the new naval chief as Asia's largest navy rapidly expands its fleet amid tensions over its assertiveness in the disputed South China Sea....
  • Modi addresses top military commanders at combine conference:-Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed top military commanders here during which he is understood to have outlined his vision on security challenges before the country....
  • India, UAE hold first strategic dialogue:-India and the UAE held their first strategic dialogue during which they finalised the Strategic Cooperation Agreement aimed at expanding bilateral cooperation to new key areas including energy, defence and security that will be signed during the visit of Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi next week....
  • ''Desi Bofors'' to be first showcased in R-Day parade

    India's first indigenous, long-range artillery gun 'Dhanush', aka 'Desi Bofors', will be showcased for the first time at the Republic Day parade in New Delhi.

  • Indian Navy may consider German SUT torpedoes for Kalvari submarines

    With the Defence Ministry scrapping Finmeccanica's contract for 'Black Shark' torpedoes, the Indian Navy may consider German SUT torpedoes from its existing platform for its Kalvari class submarines as an interim solution.

  • China commissions 31st stealth warship

    Rapidly expanding its naval fleet, China has commissioned its 31st stealth warship as it got its battle group under its first aircraft carrier ready amid tensions with the US and other nations over its assertiveness in the disputed South China Sea.

  • LCA Tejas to take maiden R-Day flight

    After a gap of about two decades, an indigenously developed aircraft will take to the skies on Republic Day with LCA Tejas joining the fleet of 35 aircraft that will be part of an aerial display.

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