Vladimir Putin expresses hope that AK-203 rifles will help India's defence sector, fulfill security agencies' need for small arms
Putin said he is convinced that commissioning of Kalashnikov rifles will contribute to stronger defence potential of India and to further advance the scientific and industrial basis of the national economy.
Rafale row: Hollande's claims could expose BJP government's double standards, endanger ties with Russia
The government may be in for a bigger crisis than the Rafale deal with the US continuing to threaten India with CAATSA sanctions, especially ahead of Vladimir Putin’s India visit in October when the S-400 Triumf deal is expected to be possibly inked
Saudi Arabia issues drone restrictions day after security forces shoot down device hovering over royal palace
Saudi Arabia’s interior ministry on Sunday instructed drone enthusiasts to obtain permission to fly the devices until regulations were finalised, a day after security forces shot down a recreational drone near the king’s palace in Riyadh.
Saudi forces shoot down unidentified drone hovering over royal palaces; govt rules out security breach
Saudi forces on Saturday shot down an unidentified toy drone that hovered over a Riyadh neighbourhood home to royal palaces, state media said
Two Saudi guards were shot dead and three others injured on Saturday morning when a man drove up to the gate of the royal palace in Jeddah and began shooting
Two suspects were still at large after the gunbattle, which erupted as Belgian and French cops searched a house in connection with Islamic State's attack on Paris
The man, who boarded a high-speed Amsterdam-to-Paris train with a Kalashnikov rifle before being tackled by passengers, was on the radar of authorities in three countries, had ties to radical Islam and had traveled to Syria, authorities said.
Terming the deadly attack at the office of Charlie Hebdo in Central Paris as a 'terror attack', French President Francois Hollande has called an emergency meeting of the cabinet at 2pm (Paris time) to discuss the situation.
Kalashnikov assault rifles, popular with terrorists and national armies in Asia and Africa, have been given a makeover and a new logo by its Russian manufacturer
Unidentified gunmen tried to storm into the Libyan army command headquarters in Tripoli on Thursday, clashing with soldiers there before stealing a few rifles and some vehicles, the army and a military source said.
The AK-47 is not just a gun. It's a cultural motif. That's why when a villain sports it in a Bollywood film it signifies something. And now its initials are part of the allure around a stormtrooper of Indian politics - Arvind Kejriwal.