IAF demand for 200 more planes rendered redundant by fall in conventional war, rise of cyberspace conflict
The fighter plane is a 100-year-old technology, having been first used in World War I in 1914.
Days after taking to the sky in Tejas aircraft, Rajnath Singh to fly sortie in Rafale fighter jet on 8 Oct during France visit
Top military brass of France as well as senior officials of Dassault Aviation, the makers of Rafale, will also be present at the handing over ceremony.
India largest regional contributor to Afghan reconstruction, but failed to pursue deeper defence ties in Kabul: US Congress report
India's diplomatic and commercial presence in Kabul – and US rhetorical support for it – exacerbates Pakistani fears of encirclement, says US Congress report
Nirmala Sitharaman in US: Defence minister says military ties with Washington have improved over time with mutual trust and confidence
Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday asserted that New Delhi sees the US as an important partner in the field of defence.
Singapore calls India 'regional power' in Indo-Pacific region, will sign naval cooperation pact today
India and Singapore are set to sign a key pact on Wednesday to boost naval cooperation, even as the city-state's defence minister expressed reservation over the proposed quadrilateral coalition among India, the US, Japan and Australia for pursuing common interests in the Indo-Pacific region.
The US House of Representatives has approved a bipartisan legislative move to bolster defence ties with India.
In a significant move, India and the UAE on Monday decided to establish a "strategic security dialogue" and boost defence ties besides resolving to work together in counter-terrorism operations, combating money laundering, drug trafficking and transnational crimes.
Pakistan on Thursday voiced concern over increasing defence cooperation between India and the US.
PM Narendra Modi, his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott decided to establish a Framework for Security Cooperation to reflect their expanding defence ties.
Ahead of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's visit to Beijing, top military officials of China and Pakistan held talks to strengthen their close defence ties.
China said it is ready to boost "pragmatic cooperation" with Lankan military, days after Xi Jinping described the country as an "all weather friend".
The 22nd meeting of the Defence Consultative Group (DCG) held at the Pentagon was co-chaired by the US Under Secretary of Defence for Policy James N Miller and Pak Lt Gen (Rtd) Asif Yasin Malik, on Thursday and Friday.
During his talks with AK Antony, Gen Liang Guanglie, who has become the first Chinese Defence Minister to visit India in eight years, is expected to address New Delhi's concerns over Chinese military infrastructure build-up along the border.