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French President Reassures Complete Support for Fighting Extremism in Central Africa

French President, Emmanuel Macron visits French troops for a pre-Christmas meet in N'Djamena, Chad

During his two-day visit to Chad, French President, Emmanuel Macron confirmed that France will extend complete military support to Central Africa. The President was in the country to pay a  pre-Christmas visit to the French troops French President, Emmanuel Macron flew down to Chad for a two-day visit, scheduled for meeting the French military forces deployed in the country. This marked the

Australian Prime Minister Visits Australian Troops in Iraq

Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison flew down to Iraq on Thursday for a pre-Christmas meet with Australian troops

Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison flew down to Iraq for a pre-Christmas visit to meet Australian troops deployed in the country Since assuming office in August, the Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison made his first visit to the Middle East. He flew down to Iraq to carry out a pre-Christmas meet with Australian Defence Force personnel and the special forces

Syrian Democratic Forces Concerned Over US Withdrawal of Troops

President Donald Trump to withdraw over 2000 United States troops from Syria, claiming ISIS defeat

The United States President, Donald Trump abruptly announced the withdrawal of troops from Syria, claiming victory over the Islamic State (ISIS). The US ally, Syrian Democratic Forces now fears potential instability and danger for Syria On Tuesday night senior Whitehouse officials were informed about the United States President, Donald Trump’s decision to initiate an abrupt and rapid withdrawal of over two

Japan to Buy Advanced U.S. Radar

Japan is all set to pick the technology from one of U.S.A’s advanced radar for its missile defence system. This is being looked at as an upgrade that could help ease some of the trade friction between Washington and Tokyo and provide cutting-edge protection against the arsenals of North Korea and China, according to sources. “Aegis will be a big-ticket purchase;

U.S. Set to Remove Military Presence from Seoul

The United States of America has marked a day in the history of the world by formally ending it seven-decade-old military presence in South Korea’s capital. With the opening of a new headquarters farther from North Korean artillery range, most troops have already transferred to the new location, and the remaining ones will move by the end of 2018. The U.S.

First Turban-Wearing Sikh Soldier in Trooping the Colour Parade

Guardsman Chamanpreet Singh Lall, a Sikh from Leicester is the first soldier to become a member of the guards to march in a turban at Trooping the Colour. He was also the first Sikh to march at the event that celebrated Queen’s official birthday. "I hope that more people like me, not just Sikhs but from other religions and different backgrounds,

7 Firms Compete for Supply to the Army

Indian Army

The Indian Army is reviewing bids put forth by seven private firms, including two organizations from Hyderabad—HBL Power Systems Ltd and Premier Explosives Ltd—to supply them with ammunition, according to sources involved with this acquirement procedure. The Indian Army had given a Request for Proposal (RFP) to these seven organizations earlier this year. The Army was looking to purchase a few kinds

Modi–Putin Strengthen Their Bond Over Multipolar World Order

modi putin

PM Modi’s informal summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin has resulted in the further strengthening of the years-old friendship. PM has described President Putin as his “personal friend” and a person who has played a crucial role in his career since his early days of Chief Ministership. “Russia is India’s old-time friend. We share long-standing historical ties, and Mr. President is

India Prepares for Future Wars with Unmanned Weaponry

(AI)Unmanned Weaponry

In the form of a bold defense project, the Indian government has started work on incorporating computer AI (artificial intelligence) to boost the operational state of the militia in an exceedingly vital manner that will arm them with remote-controlled tanks, vessels, aerial vehicles, and a robotic assemblage. The move is an element of a broader policy initiative to arrange the Indian

Indonesia-India Strategic Partnership through Sabang Seaport

Sabang

Indonesian Minister has confirmed on Thursday, 17th May that India is now allowed to access an island called Sabang. The island is 700 km from Andaman & Nicobar Islands and located at northern tip of Sumatra, close to Malacca Strait. Talks over Sabang have been going on between India and Indonesia since 2014-2015. 40% of Indian trade passes from Sabang, also

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