Too many soldiers are overweight and look “slovenly” in their uniforms, India’s military leadership said, when unleashing a tough war on obesity. From now on,
Air China, Asia’s third largest airline, has found itself in the middle of a racism storm since its inflight magazine began advising tourists to avoid
Back in March, I wrote an article which analysed how the well (or not so well) Saudi Arabia’s newly formed “Coalition against Terrorism” was performing.
Indian security forces will use shells full of a chilli compound as an alternative to shotgun pellets, to control crowds in Kashmir, the interior minister
The major data leak of Indian naval secrets will lead to a security breach across international waterways. The US will utilize this time to more efficiently cooperate with India in intervening in the South China Sea, a resource-rich, and strategic area. The reaffirmation of India-US relations will center around controlling the Asian Pacific and Indian Ocean. $5 trillion dollars of world trade is shipped through this area each year, and fishing and petroleum exploration are important as well.
Nobody could have expected that India’s Prime Minister would have used the occasion of celebrating his country’s 69th anniversary of independence to provocatively talk about the state of Baloch affairs in Pakistan.
Modi went out of his way to say that some members of this ethnic group “thanked [him], have expressed gratitude, and expressed good wishes for [him]…expressed appreciation for Prime Minister of India, for 125 crore countrymen”.
The US and India have signed a major military deal facilitating the bilateral use of navy bases, allowing Washington to boost its military presence on China’s doorstep.
The deal allows the US navy to use India’s bases to re-supply during military exercises and humanitarian missions as well as disaster operations. The same rules would apply to India but in reverse.
India will look to acquire lethal predator drones from the United States during Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar’s visit to Washington this week as New Delhi looks to ramp up its counterterrorism operations and to counter the growing relationship between its neighbors Pakistan and China.