The Nag missile is a third generation “fire and forget” anti-tank missile.
Indian Naval Ships Jyoti, Shivalik and Kamorta are on a port visit to Freemantle, Australia from 13 June to 17 June 2017.
North Korea has fired multiple cruise missiles into the waters between Korea and Japan. The missile flew for about 200 km.
The United States has handed over hundreds of anti-terror weapons including machine guns, pistols and grenade launchers to the Philippines.
India successfully test-fired its first all-weather tracked-chassis Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile from a mobile launcher at Integrated Test Range at Chandipur in Odisha.
India’s second Scorpene-class submarine, INS Khanderi, which was launched earlier this year, has been made ready for surface sea trails.
The naval operational variant of Prithvi-II class missiles are known as Dhanush. It has already been inducted into Indian navy.
Amid tensions with North Korea, the United States successfully tested its intercontinental ballistic missile defence system for the first time ever.
India and Island nation Fiji have signed an agreement that is aimed at boosting cooperation between the two nations in areas such as defence, military training, humanitarian assistance and disaster management.
ATR will help in creating conditions for research which will in turn develop efficient human resource in the country in the field of aeronautical testing.
Two Indian peacekeepers have been awarded the esteemed Dag Hammarskjold Medal for their courageous service in the UN’s peacekeeping operations.
The United Nations has released the first draft of its nuclear ban treaty amidst opposition from all the known nuclear-armed states including the United States and India.
Two first-hand accounts of actual Tsunami relief operations of 2004 were presented by Rear Admiral Suraj Berry and Colonel Vikram Sharma.
Indian naval ships Shivalik, Sahyadri, Jyoti and Kamorta and one P8-I Maritime Patrol and Anti-Submarine Warfare Aircraft are participating in the excercise.
The weapon system was contracted on 30 November 2016 and as per the contract agreement firing tables is being prepared by the contracted agency, that is, US Government and BAE GCS Ltd with the support of Indian Army.
The Union Cabinet led by Narendra Modi has given its approval to the signing of an agreement between India and Australia on cooperation in combating International Terrorism.
The MoU was signed by Vice Admiral S N Ghormade, Director General Naval Operations, and SAC Director Tapan Misra at an event in Ahmedabad.
India’s Light Combat Aircraft successfully fired Derby Air-to-Air BVR missile in RADAR guided mode on 12 May 2017.
It can neutralise enemy targets up to a distance of 15 km and at heights between 20 and 9000 metres.
The Coordinated Patrol enhances mutual understanding and inter-operability between the navies of the two countries.
Defence Minister Arun Jaitley told his Japanese counterpart that New Delhi hopes to pursue a strategic partnership with Japan for regional peace and stability.
Two of Indian navy’s Western Naval Command ships visited Egyptian port city of Alexandria to strengthen the military cooperation between Egypt and India.
The test was carried out by the Strategic Forces Command (SFC) as part of a training exercise.
The missile derives its name from the names of two rivers, namely the Brahmaputra of India and the Moskva of Russia.
Families of both the mutilated soldiers demand swift and stern retaliation from the Centre on the barbaric act.
Agni-III’s first user successful trial was carried out on 21 September 2012.
China has launched its first home-built aircraft carrier, which is much larger and more spacious than its first one, which was Soviet made.
Guided missile destroyer INS Mumbai, stealth frigate INS Trishul and fleet tanker INS Aditya are taking part in the Varuna exercise.
India and South Korea have signed a MoU to strengthen their cooperation on defence shipbuilding.
INS Darshak, which is on a two-month deployment in the Sri Lankan waters, is jointly with the Sri Lankan Navy is surveying the bay, which was last studied in the year 1901.