India Looks To Double Missile Production To 100 Per Month
HYDERABAD: India is looking to double missile production to 100 per month, a senior defence official said in Hyderabad today.

Sushma Swaraj to meet Sartaj Aziz at SAARC event, India to raise issue of Pathankot attack
Highly-placed government sources said that India will seek to gain "knowledge" about the action taken by Pakistan against the perpetrators of the deadly attack on the IAF base in Pathankot.

India urges no unilateral actions in East Sea
New Delhi (VNA) – India has called on all States to avoid unilateral actions in the East Sea that can lead to tensions in the region.

Nuclear-capable Agni-I missile successfully test-fired
India successfully test-fired its indigenously built, nuclear-capable Agni-I ballistic missile from a test range off Odisha’s coast as part of a user trial by the army.

Mexico opposes India’s UNSC bid
India’s quest for permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), on Friday faced a new challenge with Mexico coming out in opposition to India’s campaign.

Cyber crime biggest challenge for India: Rajnath
New Delhi: Terming cyber crime as the biggest challenge for the country, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said the cyber space is increasingly being used to radicalise young minds.

First India-made Scorpene submarine to start trial this year
The first of the Scorpene class submarine Kalvari will start its trial this year, Vice Chief of Naval Staff P. Murugesan said here on Friday.

ISRO developing satellite tracking station in Vietnam
New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is developing a satellite tracking and data reception station and a data processing facility in Vietnam for use of Asean member countries, the government said on Thursday.

India, Indonesia to conduct joint training exercise from March 10
The fourth edition of joint training exercise between India and Indonesia, the Garuda Shakti IV, will be hosted by Indonesia. The 13-day long joint exercise will begin from March 10 and will end on March 23 and will be held at Magelang, Indonesia.

India invokes dispute with US at WTO over visa fees
Geneva: India on Friday set off a major trade dispute with the US at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over Washington’s allegedly trade-restrictive measures, particularly its escalation of visa fees on applications for L-1 and H-1B categories of short-term service providers, as well as numerical commitments for H-1B visas.