New Delhi (VNA) – The Vietnamese Embassy in India participated in a charity bazaar in New Delhi on February 26 with other embassies based in the capital city.
New Delhi (VNA) – The Vietnam Embassy in India held a workshop to promote tourism in New Delhi on February 15.
NEW DELHI: Despite India expanding its military ties with the US, Europe and Israel, Russia remains New Delhi's number one supplier of weapons with America at a distant second, according to a report on global arms trade in the last five years.
WASHINGTON/LONDON: India has emerged as a "key player" in a growing global commercial market for space-based surveillance and communication, world media commented on Wednesday after the country scripted history by successfully launching 104 satellites using a single rocket.
WASHINGTON: The Trump Administration is taking a fresh look at Lockheed's proposal to have a F-16 manufacturing base in India if New Delhi agrees to buy the fighter jets, company officials said on Monday.
Russia has completed the delivery of MiG-29K/KUB aircraft to the Indian Navy, Ilya Tarasenko, Director General of JSC Russian Aircraft Corporation MiG, told RIA Novosti on Feb. 13.
India successfully test-fired its interceptor missile off the Odisha coast on Saturday, achieving a significant milestone in the direction of developing a two-layered Ballistic Missile Defence system.
Hanoi (VNA) – The Indian Cultural Centre in Vietnam opened a free class on the Indian traditional dance of Kuchipudi in Hanoi on January 9, giving local residents an opportunity to get better understand of the Indian culture.
India has conveyed its concerns and interests both to US administration and US Congress at senior levels regarding the H1B visa issue, said Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup on Tuesday.
World Health Organization congratulates India for launching one of the world’s largest vaccination campaign against measles, a major childhood killer disease, and congenital rubella syndrome (CRS), responsible for irreversible birth defects.