Defence News | Amid Ladakh border tension, NHAI starts work on emergency airstrip in south Kashmir

Amid Ladakh border tension, NHAI starts work on emergency airstrip in south Kashmir Amid the India-Chinese stand-off along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is constructing an emergency landing strip in south Kashmir on the Srinagar-Jammu…

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Defence News | India, China working upon to resolve standoff in Ladakh region

China has made slight retreat at Galwan Valley, one of the flashpoint leading to standoff with India, in Ladakh region on Wednesday, sources said. In a bid to resolve the issue, the China's People's Liberation Army moved back two kilometres and Indian Army has moved back by one kilometre.However, at…

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Indian military contingent expected at Victory Day Parade in Moscow on June 24 – Indian Defence Research Wing

SOURCE: ET India and Russia, eyeing to further expand their strategic partnership, are firming up key engagements for the remaining part of the year including annual summit, as both seek to normalise their bilateral diplomatic calendar impacted by the outbreak of Covid. The series of possible engagements including India’s armed…

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Has Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons Really Made It Invincible? – Indian Defence Research Wing

SOURCE: DAVID R. LEFFLER / UNITED STATES AIR FORCE VETERAN/ FOR MY TAKE / IDRW.ORG On the 22nd anniversary of Pakistan’s successful nuclear tests, Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif is quoted as saying: “May 28 would always be remembered as a day when Pakistan’s defence was made invincible”…

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82,000 OFB staff to go on indefinite strike against corporatisation plan – Indian Defence Research Wing

SOURCE: THE WEEK A day after the ministry of defence placed an order worth over Rs 1,000 crore for infantry vehicles, 82,000 employees of ordnance factories have decided to go on indefinite strike. Over 82,000 employees working in 41 ordnance factories have decided to go on indefinite strike against the…

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