Watch: Indian Coast Guard rescues 264 fishermen stranded in Arabian Sea
Indian Coast Guard rescued at least 264 fishermen who were stranded i...
RBI caught between the devil & the deep sea: Can it still gratify markets?
Foreign investors simply cannot ignore the high real rates that In...
Exporters worried as US ban on sea shrimps stays
Some exporters are ready to fit boats with devices to keep turtles out of hunt.
Navy may offer Sea Harrier fighter jet for aircraft museum in Kolkata
The West Bengal govt is setting up a museum featuring the 'Albatross' and it is likely to be thrown open to the public by mid-2020, Commodore Suprobho De said. "A TU-142 aircraft has been handed over by the Navy to M/S Taneja Aerospace on November 15 for dismantling, transportation and reassembly towards setting up a TU museum at Kolkata," he said.
Putin says Russia ready for cooperation with NATO
Putin has never made any secret of his resentment at NATO expansion into former Soviet republics that he sees as belonging in Moscow's zone of influence. Russia is "obliged to view NATO expansion, the development of its military infrastructure close to (its) borders as one of the potential threats to our country's security," he said.
Jungle Ventures makes undisclosed investment in BookMyShow’s Southeast Asia business
With this investment, BookMyShow SEA aims to expand its geographic footprint across the Southeast Asian market. BookMyShow entered Indonesia in mid-2016 expanding operations to other countries in the region including Singapore and Malaysia this year.
Army Chief Gen Rawat begins four-day Japan visit on Tuesday
Officials said the Army Chief, accompanied by a delegation, will hold talks with top brass of Japan Self Defence Force on further expanding defence and security ties in the wake of evolving regional security scenario. Gen Rawat will also meet Defence Minister Taro Kono during which key issues of mutual interests would be discussed, they said.
China, Pakistan to hold joint naval drills in Arabian Sea next year
Based on the annual exchange programme of Pakistan and Chinese armed forces, the two countries will conduct joint maritime exercises in Pakistan in 2020, spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of Defence Col Ren Guoqiang told a media briefing here. The Chinese side will send destroyers, frigates, five ships and submarine rescue ships to the exercise.
All 16 leaders working to resolve India's concerns over RCEP: Japan
"All the 16 leaders are working to resolve issues related to India on RCEP in a satisfactory way," Atsushi Kaifu, Deputy Press Secretary in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said here. His comments came a day after India and Japan held their first foreign and defence ministerial talks to further strengthen strategic ties.
More space needed at sea, European wind energy industry says
Fighting climate change is a top priority for the European Commission's new head Ursula von der Leyen, who has set out a "European Green Deal" intended to achieve "climate neutrality" - adding no greenhouse gases to the atmosphere beyond what can be absorbed - by 2050.
India, Japan favour strong action against terror infrastructure and terror financing
The Ministers condemned in the strongest terms the growing threat of terrorism and acknowledged that it constituted a major threat to peace and security in the region. The Ministers called upon all countries take resolute action in rooting out terrorist safe havens and infrastructure.
EyeROV Tuna: From defence to oil & gas sector, a sea of opportunities for this underwater drone
Part of the Defence Ministry’s Innovations for Defence Excellence (iDex) programme last year, the underwater robotic drone called EyeROV can...
California dreaming: The ocean nourishes, yet wears us out - and in that lies its dichotomy
The sea strips us of our facades. It is impossible to escape our vulnerabilities in front of it.
Indian Navy commissions sixth Dornier aircraft squadron
The Indian Naval Air Squadron 314, called Raptors, which will operate with four newly-inducted, next generation Dornier aircraft, was commissioned by Deputy Chief of Naval Staff Vice-Admiral M S Pawar. The squadron, owing to its strategic location, will act as the first responder in this crucial region, he said.
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