#DefenseDiaries: Sukhoi-30MKI armed with BrahMos missile is India's deadliest weapon
India has successfully test-fired the BrahMos-A supersonic Air-Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM) from a modified Indian Air Force (IAF) Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jet.
India successfully tests BrahMos missile from IAF Sukhoi-30MKI jet
India has created history by successfully test-firing the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from a modified Indian Air Force (IAF) Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jet.
US Navy aircraft carrying 11 crashes in Pacific Ocean
A US Navy aircraft having 11 people on board has crashed into the Pacific Ocean, southeast of Okinawa, Japan.
ICJ election: How India dislodged P5-member UK to win
The re-election of India's candidate Dalveer Singh to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) was the result of New Delhi's biggest diplomatic offensives in recent times, the Times of India has reported.
UK approves liberal visa scheme for Chinese, excludes Indians
The UK is planning to make permanent a pilot scheme unveiled in January 2016 providing Chinese citizens with easier, longer and cheaper British visas.
#DefenseDiaries: Why the IAF loves the Mirage-2000 fighter jets
The French-made Dassault Mirage-2000 is undoubtedly one of Indian Air Force's (IAF) most versatile and deadliest aircraft.
Zimbabwe crisis: Impeachment proceedings against Mugabe to commence
Former Zimbabwean Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose sacking led to last week's army takeover, has urged President Robert Mugabe to resign immediately.
J&K Stone Pelting: Centre may withdraw cases against first-time offenders
The Centre is expected to announce an amnesty scheme under which cases would be withdrawn against first-time offenders engaging in stone pelting in the Kashmir Valley.
Germany faces unprecedented political crisis as Merkel's coalition talks fail
Germany is facing an unprecedented political crisis as Chancellor Angela Merkel's party has failed to secure a coalition government in the Bundestag (lower house) following elections in September.
20 Nov 2017World
India battles Britain to get its candidate re-elected to ICJ
The UN General Assembly (GA) and Security Council (SC) will be convening to hold the 12th round of voting to break the deadlock between India's Dalveer Bhandari and Britain's Christopher Greenwood for re-election to the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
Thousands rally in Zimbabwe to celebrate end of Mugabe era
Thousands have taken to the streets in Zimbabwe's capital Harare demanding the resignation of the country's longtime ruler President Robert Mugabe.
Parasites inside North Korean defector indicate poor health, nutrition
South Korean surgeons who operated on the North Korean soldier who was shot while defecting across the border on Monday said he had extremely high levels of parasites in his intestines.
Magnitude-6.9 earthquake hits Tibet, tremors felt in Arunachal Pradesh
A powerful earthquake struck Tibet's Nyingchi prefecture, located close to the border with Arunachal Pradesh, at 4:04 am IST.
11 Nov 2017World
Trump: Putin was insulted by US election interference claims
US President Donald Trump said his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin felt insulted by allegations of Russia's interference in the US presidential elections.
11 Nov 2017India
India denies letting US officials on board INS Chakra
India's defense establishment has rejected Russian media reports that US military officials were allowed to board INS Chakra, a nuclear-attack submarine leased by India from Russia.
06 Nov 2017India
Paradise Papers leak reveals how 714 Indians stashed money abroad
At least 714 Indians have been named in the Paradise Papers, a cache of 13.4 million documents that constitute the biggest-ever leak of financial data.