PAKISTAN COULD CARRY OUT SURVEILLANCE ON INDIA WITH CHINESE DRONES

While the cost of deal is unknown, the Wing Loong II, is a high-end reconnaissance, strike and multi-role endurance unmanned aircraft system, and has been manufactured by Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Company. China selling the high-end military drones to Pakistan needs to be watched carefully…

Nepal’s Military Inclination Towards China

While Indians are still discussing Nepal’s pullout from the BIMSTEC military exercises that concluded recently, an assertive Nepal has also gone ahead and participated in Sagarmatha Friendship-2 (joint military exercises with China) in the latter’s Chengdu city. The two exercises, without doubt, were symbolic due…

Chinese Warship In ‘Unsafe’ Encounter With US Destroyer, Amid Rising US china Tensions

A US Navy ship had an “unsafe” interaction with a Chinese warship Sunday while the US vessel was conducting a freedom of navigation operation near the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, two US defense officials told CNN. One official said the Chinese…

In Apparent First Crash Of Its Kind, F-35 Destroyed While Training In US

In Apparent First Crash Of Its Kind, F-35 Destroyed While Training In US A US F-35 stealth fighter plane was completely destroyed in a crash during training on Friday, officials said. The pilot safely ejected. The crash is the first of its kind for the…

Pakistan’s MIRV Technology If Not Doubtfull Then Shrink India’s S-400 Missile Defence System

Doubtful Ababeel MIRV Capability? While India still struggles mastering MIRV technology, incredibly and laughably, Pakistan had claimed MIRV capability with its Ababeel test in Jan 2017 Lets see this matter In March 2017, General David Perkins of the U.S army bragged in a military symposium…

P 8I naval aircraft played key role in the rescue of Commander Abhilash Tomy

While the P-8I maritime patrol aircraft came under the CAG’s scanner last month over deliberate attempts made to favour the American manufacturer, Boeing, over its Spanish competitor during the UPA regime and lacking in certain operational requirements, the Indian Navy plane has emerged as the…

Here’s why the tech sector could be the next target for Chinese investment in Africa

Chinese investment in Africa, while still worth billions of dollars, is decreasing. Here’s how a growing focus on technology could rebalance the relationship. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author: Stephany Zoo || World Economic Forum