Cyberattacks May Trick British Missiles Into Hitting Wrong Targets – Report

Cyberattacks May Trick British Missiles Into Hitting Wrong Targets – Report The warning comes after the US Government Accountability Office issued a study which admitted that the Pentagon is “just beginning to grapple with the scale of vulnerabilities” to weapons systems when it comes to…

#13 Bolivia’s President Sells Out to China

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales is turning the country into a dictatorship. And China is the man behind the curtains. We sit down with two activists from Boliva, Jhanisse Vaca-Daza and Nakai Mirtenbaum. You can learn more about their work on the Standing Rivers facebook page…

Impasse over proposed Reliance naval project

Fixing of the price for land has turned into a thorny issue for the ambitious naval shipbuilding facility proposed by the Anil Ambani-led Reliance ADA Group at Rambilli, about 70 km from Visakhapatnam. The MoU for the project had been inked between Mr. Anil Ambani…

Will The US Navy Ditch Its Missile Defence Strategy

Three years into his stewardship of the US Navy, Admiral John Richardson is looking outside of the box when it comes to naval strategy and capability. Andrew Tunnicliffe explores the challenges the Chief of Naval Operations is facing and his call for an end to…

Pakistan Army’s Helicopter enters Indian airspace, hovers over LoC in Poonch

A Pakistani chopper, white in colour, crossed the Line of Control and entered into Indian airspace in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district around 12 in the afternoon on Sunday. Several rounds were fired at the chopper by Indian Army, as per a video shared by…

Exploring alternative oil supplies for ‘our friend India’ US

With a tougher round of US sanctions on Iran coming into effect from November 4, a top Trump administration official said Washington recognises India’s need for significant oil imports and is having conversations to ensure there are alternative supplies of the fuel “so that our…

UK supports India’s NSG membership bid unconditionally

The United Kingdom (UK) said India has done enough to get an entry into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership, which is accountable for the international commerce of nuclear and backed India’s membership unconditionally. The diplomatic sources told the Times of India that London…

HAL MAY HAVE LOST RAFALE DEAL AS IT QUOTED 2.57 TIMES MORE MAN HOURS THAN DASSAULT MINISTER

Wading into the Rafale jets controversy, Union Minister Babul Supriyo on Thursday indicated that Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) lost on the deal because it quoted 2.57 times more man-hours to build fighter jets. While HAL was to produce 108 fighter jets locally in a joint venture…

U.S. WILL CONSIDER CHABAHAR FACTOR IN INDIAN, AFGHAN IMPACT OF IRAN SANCTIONS

The US will take into consideration the impact of American sanctions against Tehran will have on India’s Chabahar Port project in Iran that provides a surface link between New Delhi and Kabul, according to a senior State Department official. “When it comes to Chabahar, we…

Will Rosneft Boost Russian Naval Construction?

Russian state-controlled oil giant Rosneft is turning Shipbuilding Complex (SSK) Zvezda into the country’s first large tonnage shipyard. TASS recently published a backgrounder that detailed what’s been happening there. Located in Bolshoy Kamen near Vladivostok, SSK Zvezda is supposed to produce the ships and equipment Rosneft…