Brahmos leads Indian charge at Paris defence show

Leading the Indian presence was the Brahmos Aerospace Indo-Russian joint venture that can easily be termed the most successful example of an Indian firm developing an entire range of new products that not only meet the requirements of the Indian defence forces, but also elicit regular enquiries from numerous potential buyers around the world.

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Indian Army commanders to deliberate on operational requirements

The annual conference of Indian Army Commanders, chaired by Chief of the Army Staff, Gen Bipin Rawat, began in New Delhi April 17, with the agenda to deliberate on the management of the extant security dynamics, mitigation of future security threats and enhancement of combat edge over potential adversaries.

Def Expo 2018: Big participation from US, UK

In a significant reflection of the US designating India as its Major Defence Partner, a large and diverse delegation from the US led by the country's Ambassador to India, Kenneth Juster, is participating in India's premier defence trade event in Chennai April 11-13.

UK seeks to broaden defence equipment partnership with India

The UK government and its defence companies are seeking to deepen and broaden their strategic defence equipment partnerships with India at DEFEXPO 2018 in Chennai. The UK’s attendance at DEFEXPO 2018 will focus on creating a genuine “two-way street” of defence equipment collaboration, investment and technology transfer.

Indian, South Korean coast guards meet to review sea security

A high-level meeting between the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and the Korea Coast Guard was held at Coast Guard Headquarters, New Delhi on 2 April as part of efforts by the two countries to enhance cooperation in the field of maritime safety and security at sea, writes Anil Bhat

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Developing countries need support to combat climate change: India

Reminding the developed world of their commitments to developing countries, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday said developing countries need support to combat climate change.


As countermeasure, India hikes import duty on 29 US products

In a retaliatory move against the recent US import duty hikes, India on Thursday raised customs duty on 29 products, including on iron and steel products imported from the US.