US Diverts Bombers From Korean Peninsula After DPRK Threat to Kill Summit

The United States agreed to divert two nuclear-capable B-52 bombers from flying over the Korean peninsula after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un threatened to cancel the upcoming summit with President Donald Trump, US media reported. South Korea and Japan also agreed to the plan to…

Indonesia gives India access to strategic port of Sabang

Indonesia gives India access to strategic port of Sabang Indonesia has agreed to give India economic and military access to the strategic island of Sabang at the northern tip of Sumatra and close to the Malacca Strait, an Indonesian minister said on Thursday. Luhut Pandjaitan,…

TRUMP APPROVES SALE OF ARMED PREDATOR B DRONES TO INDIA

US President Donald Trump’s administration has agreed to export US-made lethal drones and unmanned aerial vehicles to India. Earlier, the Trump administration had also decided to ease exports of US-made lethal drones to its other allies. After making a decision to ease rules and regulations…

US Approves Sale of Armed Predator-B Drones to India: Report

The Trump administration has agreed to sell India armed unmanned aerial vehicles. The United States has agreed to supply India with the General Atomics MQ-9 Guardian/Predator-B long-range unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV), according to a report in … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

India joins UK in slamming Russia for attack on ex-spy

India joins UK in slamming Russia for attack on ex-spy NEW DELHI: India agreed to a condemnation of the Russian nerve agent attack in Salisbury in a joint statement with the UK, in a sign that New Delhi isn’t convinced by Russia’s protestations of innocence…

India, US To Reopen Talks On COMCASA

This video shows you that India, US To Reopen Talks On COMCASA. India has agreed to reopen talks with the US on a pact that will allow high-end secured communication equipment to be installed on platforms being sold to India, signalling a willingness to revisit…

India, Vietnam Vow To Strengthen Defence Ties

India, Vietnam Vow To Strengthen Defence Ties NEW DELHI: India and Vietnam have agreed to intensify ties in defence and security, underlining that cooperation in the two key areas was an “important and effective pillar” of their strategic partnership. The two sides also condemned terrorism…

Mattis: NATO on ‘Right Trajectory’ to Protect Nations, Values

NATO defense ministers agreed to continue projecting stability beyond their nation’s borders and will continue to build capabilities within the alliance, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said in Brussels. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Mattis: NATO on ‘Right Trajectory’ to Protect Nations, Values

China allows Indian pilgrims To undertake Mansarovar yatra through Nathu La Govt

China has agreed to allow Indian pilgrims to Kailash-Mansarovar through Nathu La in Sikkim after the route was closed last year in the wake of the Doklam standoff. Minister of state for external affairs VK Singh informed the Lok Sabha in a written reply that…

Malaysia and India pursue Su 30 Cooperation

Malaysia and India have agreed to conduct an exercise in Malaysia, centring on their respective versions of the Sukhoi Su-30 fighter. Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak announced the news on 26 January following a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi. Modi had…