India, Japan agree on military sales, train, nuclear deal
NEW DELHI (AP) -- India and Japan have signed agreements on military purchases for India's armed forces, high-speed trains and upgrading India's infrastructure.

Security expo in Capital concludes
NEW DELHI, DEC 14: UBM India recently concluded its 9th International Fire & Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) India Expo 2015 in the Capital. It was inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia.

Delhi will restrict cars from Jan 1 to cut pollution, may face challenge
The Delhi government announced on Friday each private car and two-wheeler will be allowed on the city’s roads only every other day from next year in a bid to even the odds stacked against authorities in their efforts to clean up the Capital’s toxic air.

India unveils global solar alliance of 121 countries at Paris climate summit
Narendra Modi announces a new alliance of nations and industry on large-scale expansion of solar energy use in the tropics and beyond

India To Receive Uranium From Canada In December
India is all set to receive the first consignment of Canadian uranium in December. Soon after getting confirmation from Ottawa in this regard on Friday, India thanked Canada, saying that the move would help the South Asian nation in securing fuel for its nuclear power reactors.

For a first, INS Vikramaditya to host Combined Commanders' Conference next month
New Delhi: The Combined Commanders' Conference of the three services will be held next month onboard India's latest aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya in Kochi, which will the first venue outside the national capital to host the crucial defence meet.

Gen Next missile defence shield built by Israel and India clears first hurdle
NEW DELHI: The next-generation Barak surface-to-air missile (SAM) system, jointly developed by Israeli Aerospace Industries, Rafael and DRDO, was successfully tested for the first time from an Israeli warship against a jet-powered drone on Thursday.

  US Should Expand India's Access to High-Tech Weapons: Think Tank
WASHINGTON: US should expand India's access to its high-tech weapons systems to help the country deter Chinese and Pakistani provocations and secure its borders, a top American think-tank has said.

India, France discuss ways to deal with terrorism
New Delhi, Nov 20 (PTI) India and France today held extensive discussions on ways of enhancing cooperation to deal with increasing menace of terrorism internationally with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj strongly advocating an early adoption of Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT) at the UN.

Narendra Modi discusses bilateral ties with Li Keqiang
Kuala Lumpur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang and discussed bilateral ties and global issues of mutual concern, as he underlined that the two countries should increase strategic coordination to tackle the common threat of terrorism.