India and Russia ink 10-yr pact on defence tech, deal on AK rifles
India and Russia on Monday inked a new expansive 10-year pact on military-technical cooperation as well as the deal for AK-203 Kalashnikov rifles, even as defence minister Rajnath Singh raised China’s “completely unprovoked aggression” in eastern Ladakh while seeking greater partnership with Moscow across all domains.
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Rajnath Singh lauds TMR's continuous efforts in serving the armed personnelThe TMR Bravehearts squad is made up of about 20 experienced mountaineers (including veterans and civilians) who are constantly trained by Air
Rajnath undertakes sortie in P-8I anti-submarine warfare aircraft of Indian NavyThe defence minister flew the sortie on Tuesday hours after he launched two frontline warships of the Indian Navy at the Mazagon Docks Limited (MDL) in Mumbai...
India's economy experiencing V-shaped recovery due to Centre's all-round efforts: Defence Minister Rajnath SinghTo alleviate the burden on the supply chain, Rajnath Singh stated that additional investments are being made both domestically and internationally.
Jammu and Kashmir delimitation: India rejects Pakistan's "farcical resolution"India reaffirmed that the Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh have always been and will always be part of India.
New Army chief reviews operational readiness in Ladakh amid continuing military confrontation with ChinaArmy chief General Manoj Pande on Thursday reviewed the prevailing security situation and operational preparedness along the frontier in eastern Ladakh, even as..
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