NEW DELHI: More than 22 countries have confirmed participation in a two-day international meet India is hosting along with the UN from Monday to build a global coalition for development of disaster resilient infrastructure the lines of the Solar Alliance of 120 countries.
NEW DELHI: The ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit of January 25 is likely to focus on maritime security for the region, a senior ASEAN diplomat said on Wednesday.
NEW DELHI: India and Indonesia on Tuesday held their first security dialogue during which they agreed on operational cooperation in security and counter-terrorism.
New Delhi: The defence ministry on Tuesday said it has cleared proposals to buy Barak missiles from Israel and precision-guided bombs from Russia for a total of Rs1,714 crore. The proposals were cleared by defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
New Delhi (VNA) – A Vietnam-Ho Chi Minh book room, the first of its kind, was inaugurated in New Delhi, India, on December 29.
NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan on Monday exchanged lists of their nuclear installations under an agreement that aims to prevent both sides from attacking such facilities.
NEW DELHI: PM Narendra Modi spoke to Nepal communist leader and likely new Prime Minister K P Oli and congratulated him on CPNUML's victory in the recent polls. Modi also spoke to P K Dahal Prachanda, Maoist leader and Oli's alliance partner.
Hanoi (VNA) – A mobile training team from the Indian Army is visiting Vietnam to help train Vietnamese sappers for UN peacekeeping missions.
X, a division owned by Google's parent company Alphabet and one that deals in experimental technologies, is aiming to bring high-speed internet to parts of Andhra Pradesh using special boxes that beam light. The X, called Google X before 2015, is also working on Project Loon that uses balloons to beam internet. But for the project in Andhra, the company has signed a MoU with Andhra Pradesh government to setup developmental centre in Visakhapatnam and to create a high speed internet network that doesn't require special cabling.
New Delhi: India and Australia on Tuesday held their first ever dialogue involving defence and foreign secretaries, to discuss ways to ensure a “free” and “open” Indo-Pacific region, an Indian government statement said.