Tata-Lockheed Martin F-16 deal is boost to Make in India, but it'll be a while before IAF is bolstered
United States' Lockheed Martin has tied up with Tata Advanced Defence System Limited to establish a local production facility for F-16 fighter jets for IAF.
India's next president and vice-president likely to be Dalit-tribal duo; BJP to reject Opposition's demands
Gehlot’s name for vice-president’s post is virtually sealed but Modi has to take a final call on the candidate for the post of president.
Overburdened CBI faces staff crunch, huge gap between sanctioned strength of officers and number of vacancies
There is a shortfall of 1,530 officers ranging from those with executive duties to investigating officers in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
Over four months after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced support to freedom-seeking people of Balochistan province in Pakistan, different government agencies remain divided on what to do next
The decision to appoint Lieutenant-General Bipin Rawat as the next army chief superceding two highly respected and competent officers, has come as a shock to many in the armed forces
In the coming weeks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will appoint a full-time foreign minister to replace an ailing Sushma Swaraj, who was admitted to hospital last month after kidney failure
Over two months after India’s decision to stay away from Saarc summit in Islamabad saw Pakistan virtually sidelined in the South Asian regional group
Amidst news of Russian soldiers landing in Pakistan for their first military exercise, there was welcome news for India when Moscow’s envoy in New Delhi extended unstinted support for last Thursday’s surgical strikes across the Line of Control
If anchors of 24/7 news channels and social media users had their way, India should have by now declared war on Pakistan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will not travel to Pakistan in November for the Saarc Summit.
Coming eight months after an attack on IAF’s Pathankot base, Sunday’s attack in Uri that led to 20 soldiers being killed, is one of the opening scenes of a well-choreographed plan thrashed out in Rawalpindi GHQ
When Afghanistan’s president Ashraf Ghani meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Wednesday, the background to their talks will be quite different from the one during Ghani’s visit last year
India’s belated effort to adopt of a more pro-active role after decades of insular approach was welcomed by representatives and experts with some wondering reasons for India’s disengagement with a region that was its natural neighbourhood.
Leaders of Opposition parties in the Rajya Sabha have managed to get the government to discuss the situation in Kashmir for the second time in the current Parliament session
It is about time the rest of the world understands Pakistan’s complexity instead of military-civil dichotomy, says author and former Pakistan's ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani.
So far 19 rounds of border talks between the two countries have taken place with little headway on eastern and western sectors.
The AN-32 crash could possibly be a casualty of this but the accident should again refocus attention to the ageing assets of Indian Air Force.
Kerala leads all states with the number of radical groups, Salafi mosques and such clerics growing over the years.
A hearing at a US Congress joint committee meeting will add to the rethink among US policymakers on the need to reassess policy towards Pakistan.
Kishoreganj blast: Deep discord between Sheikh Hasina and Khaleda Zia is costing lives in Bangladesh
Many in Bangladesh's ruling establishment seem to use terms terrorism and criminal acts interchangeably, and there seems to be continued refusal to accept that the country’s security situation has been in a downward spiral for long.