India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable K-4 ballistic missile off Andhra Pradesh coast
India is expected to carry out more tests of the missile before it is ready for being equipped on the nuclear submarines. At the moment, only the first nuclear boat INS Arihant is operational for the Navy. K-4 is one of the two underwater missiles that are being developed by India for its submarine force. The other one is the over 700-kilometre strike range BO-5.
A sign of thaw? Here's how things could play out after India's invite to Imran Khan
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China defends raising Kashmir issue at UNSC to de-escalate Indo-Pak tensions
China's comments came a day after India asserted that Beijing's ...
India to invite Pakistan for upcoming SCO meeting
India will extend invitations to all members of SCO including Pakistan as well as to the observer states for 19th Shanghai Cooperation Organ...
ISRO's GSAT-30, a communication satellite, successfully launched from French Guiana
India's telecommunication satellite, GSAT30 was successfully launched from onboard Ariane-5 flight at the Kourou launch base in French Guian...
India to invite Imran khan, other leaders for SCO's annual heads of government meeting
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said all eight member countries, four observers and dialogue partners of the grouping will be invited for the meeting.
Four Gaganyaan astronauts to get 11-month training in Russia
The Rs 10,000-crore ambitious project is expected to be launched in 2022, the year of the 75th anniversary of India's Independence. India's heaviest launch vehicle Bahubali GSLV Mark-III will carry the astronauts to space.
India, Uzbekistan explore PTA to push bilateral trade and business with Central Asia
Jaishankar and Kamilov evaluated the initiative of the India-Central Asia Dialogue at the level of Foreign Ministers with the participation of Afghanistan which was held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan in January 2019. The next Dialogue will be held in India in 2020. Kamilov stated that he looks forward to participating in it.
Economic slowdown hits jobs sector: SBI report
India is projected to create 16 lakh less jobs in FY20, according to a SBI research report.
SCO SG suggests vigorous e-comm partnership among member states
Norov said that e-commerce provides opportunities for companies to expand their markets, scale up their businesses, reduce transaction cost through economies of scale and more efficient use of capital, as well as to create new jobs.
SCO Secretary General suggests vigorous e-comm partnership among member states
Speaking at an industry interaction, ‘Enhancing Indian Industry’s Engagement with SCO’organised by FICCI, Norov said, “The time has come for purposeful and active action for development of e-commerce in our countries.” Norov is on five day visit to India to host series of meetings besides participating in Raisina Dialogue.
Raisina Dialogue to begin on Tuesday, PM Modi to attend inaugural session
The fifth edition of the prestigious Raisina Dialogue, jointly organised by the Ministry of External Affairs and the Observer Research Foundation, will bring together 700 international participants from over a 100 countries, in one of the largest gathering of its kind.
Light Combat Aircraft lands on INS Vikramaditya
Indigenously designed and developed Light Combat Aircraft (N) Mk1 has made a successful arrested landing on the India's biggest warship INS Vikramaditya on Saturday with Commodore Jaideep Maolankar did the maiden landing. This will now pave the way to develop and manufacture the twin engine deck based fighter for the Indian Navy, he said.
MHA re-organises work allocation, two divisions merged
They were divided a few years back for the betterment of the division but now have been merged. "Joint Secretary (Women Safety) will look after the work of Internal Security Division in addition to own charge of Woman Safety (WS) Division; Officer will be designated as JS (WS&IS)," the letter stated.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor restructures organisation; creates three zonal units
The regional offices have been realigned as three zonal strategic business units (SBU) – north and east, south, and west. They will be headed by Atul Sood, associate vice president- north & east SBU; R. Venkatakrishnan, vice president- south SBU & institutional sales; and B. Padmanabha, vice president- west SBU.
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