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ISIS Attacks Israeli Forces For The First Time, Gets Bombed To Hell In Return

A few months back ISIS released a statement in which they mentioned that the only forces they fear are the Israeli forces. Despite being very well aware of the superior combat capabilities of the Jews, the ISIS dumb nuts couldn’t resist teasing the lion.  © mirror.co.uk For the first time ISIS militants

Amid Stand-off With China, IAF’s mighty C-17 Globemaster Lands 30 km From Indo-China Border

In the middle of an India-China stand-off in Ladakh, the Indian Air Force today landed its giant C-17 Globemaster aircraft very close to the border with China.The aircraft landed at the high altitude Mechuka Advanced Air Landing Ground just 29 km from the border, which is 3,500 km long from

Boeing starts making India an Aerospace Power :: Bangalore manufactures FA-18s first Electrical Panel

Aerospace behemoth Boeing is getting a supply chain and the aerospace ecosystem ready as part of its proposal to the Ministry of defence to establish a modern production facility in the country to roll out advanced F/A-18 Super Hornets and next generation fighters best-suited for the next century, says Pratyush

India should be a lot bolder in meeting military needs of Afghanistan: Hamid Karzai

It has been nearly two years since Hamid Karzai completed his second and last term as President of Afghanistan. But he continues to wield significant political power in the strife-torn country. He spoke to SUSHANT SINGH about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on Balochistan, the threat of IS, the situation

PM Modi reaffirms time-tested ties with Russia

Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reaffirmed India’s time-tested ties with Moscow when Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin called on him in New Delhi. “Prime Minister Modi described Russia as a time-tested and reliable friend and reaffirmed the shared commitment with President (Vladimir) Putin to expand, strengthen and deepen bilateral engagement

Russia keen to tap India as Global Aeronautics manufacturing base

Russia is ready to tap India as a global aeronautics manufacturing base and is willing to partner local firms in developing their technological and production capabilities in the aviation sector, an official representing a delegation from the country said during bilateral talks held here. India, on its part, expressed eagerness to

Disappointment Awaits Israel Weapon Industries in Carbine Sale to Indian Army

With just a month left before the commercial bid expires, India is yet to clear legal hurdles for signing of the final contract for procurement of carbines from the Israel Weapon Industries. The bid won by the Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) six years ago for the sale of Close Quarter Barrel

India Buys Poseidon Aircrafts For Navy For $3 Billion. Here’s All You Need To Know About It

India on Wednesday signed an over USD 1 billion deal with American defence and aerospace major Boeing for procuring four additional 'Poseidon-8I' long-range maritime surveillance and anti-submarine warfare aircraft.  The contract is a follow-on order to eight P-8I planes already bought by India in a direct deal with the firm worth

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