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'India, US share more than buyer-seller relationship' 30.7.2015 TOI: India Business
India and the US have decided to move away from a "buyer-seller" relationship to co-development and co-production, Indian envoy Arun K Singh has said, underlining that there is a huge opportunity for bilateral cooperation in various areas including in the economic sector.
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Arun K Singh says India, US share more than buyer-seller relationship 30.7.2015 All International Stories
India and the US have decided to move away from a "buyer-seller" relationship to co-development and co-production, Indian envoy Arun K Singh has said, underlining that there is a huge opportunity for bilateral cooperation in various areas including ...
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US approves possible sale of $5.4 billion in missiles to Saudi Arabia 29.7.2015 DNA: India
The US State Department has approved the possible sale to Saudi Arabia of $5.4 billion in additional PAC-3 missiles built by Lockheed Martin Corp, the Pentagon said on Wednesday. The Defence Security Cooperation Agency said the sale would benefit a key US partner in the Middle East. Notification to Congress was sent on Tuesday and follows a major nuclear deal with Iran. The missile sale approval could help reassure Saudi Arabia about the US commitment to its security. "Lockheed Martin is supporting the US government and the kingdom of Saudi Arabia as they discuss the potential sale of additional PAC-3 Missiles as part of the upgrade of the Royal Saudi Air Defence Force," Lockheed said in a statement. The company said the PAC-3 missile defends against incoming aircraft and missiles, and it is currently used by the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, Japan, Taiwan and the United Arab ...
Turkey launches new strikes on PKK as Nato m... 27.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Turkey launches new strikes on PKK as Nato m...
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Myanmar armed forces chief in India; border management, military ties on agenda 27.7.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Commander-in-chief of the Myanmar armed forces Senior General Min Aung Hlaing kicked off an important four-day visit to India on ...
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Myanmar top general in India tomorrow 24.7.2015 deccanherald.com
Less than two months after Indian Army's "surgical strike" inside Myanmar against Northeast militants, the Chief of Defence Staff of Myanmar would be visiting India to discuss future avenues of military cooperation and how the two nations would work together to nab the militants still at large. Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the commander in chief and the Chief of Defence Services (CDS) of Myamnar, would arrive on July 26 on a six-day visit. He departs on August 1. The Myanmar general would visit Indian military facilities, including a base repair depot of the Indian Air Force, before he arrives in Delhi for official talks on July 29. Gen Hlaing would meet defence minister Manohar Parrikar and the service chiefs, sources told Deccan Herald. Parrikar on Friday told the Lok Sabha that "Myanmar has reiterated its assurance that its territory would not be allowed to be used for activities inimical to India," he stated. Last month, an army convoy was ambushed by well-armed terrorists in Chandel district of ...
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Myanmar military chief to visit India next week to discuss coordinated border patrolling 24.7.2015 TOI: India
Bilateral defence ties and border cooperation will be the central agenda during the five-day visit of the powerful Burmese general, who is slated to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Parrikar, the three service chiefs and others on July ...
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Pak to buy 8 submarines from China in multibillion-dollar deal: Report 24.7.2015 TOI: Home
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multibillion-dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navy's maritime capabilities, media reported on Friday.
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Pak to buy eight submarines from China: Report 24.7.2015 deccanherald.com
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multi-billion dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navys maritime capabilities, media reported today. An agreement was reached here during a meeting between Pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Xu Ziqin, President of state-owned China Shipbuilding & Offshore International Company Limited (SCOC) -- the trade arm of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation. The two sides in-principle agreed on the sale of eight submarines that China will provide to Pakistan Navy, The Express Tribune reported. Sources in the finance ministry, however, said the deal is subject to final review form higher authorities in Beijing, following which a formal agreement will be signed. They also said that Pakistan would make payments in four instalments and the delivery will be made in coming years. According to a vague statement issued by the finance ministry after the meeting, Dar said the visit by the CSOC delegation to Pakistan would strengthen bilateral economic and defence ...
India, Thailand agree to enhance naval cooperation: Dhowan 24.7.2015 Zee News : India National
India and Thailand have agreed to forge and enhance naval cooperation including sharing of data and information on shipping, which will help the two navies jointly address any emerging threats and challenges.
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Pakistan to Buy Eight 8 Submarines From China: Report 24.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multi-billion dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navy's maritime capabilities, media reported.
India, Thailand Agree to Enhance Naval Cooperation: Dhowan 24.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
India-Thailand defence cooperation includes regular joint exercises, training of officers at each other's armed forces training institutions and exchange visits at various levels.
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Pakistan to buy eight submarines from China: Report 24.7.2015 Zee News : South Asia
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multi-billion dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navy's maritime capabilities, media reported on Friday.
Pak to buy eight 8 submarines from China: Report 24.7.2015 TOI: Pakistan
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multi-billion dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navy's maritime capabilities, media reported on ...
Pakistan to buy eight submarines from China: Media report 24.7.2015 All International Stories
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multi-billion dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navy's maritime capabilities, media reported today.
Pakistan to buy eight eight submarines from China: Report 24.7.2015 Zee News : South Asia
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multi-billion dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navy's maritime capabilities, media reported on Friday.
Is Pakistan buying 8 of this Chinese submarine? 24.7.2015 Rediff: News
An agreement was reached in Islamabad during a meeting between Pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Xu Ziqin, President of state-owned China Shipbuilding & Offshore International Company Limited -- the trade arm of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation.
Pak to buy eight 8 submarines from China: Report 24.7.2015 deccanherald.com
Pakistan will buy eight submarines from China in a multi-billion dollar deal that will boost Pakistani navys maritime capabilities, media reported today. An agreement was reached here during a meeting between Pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Xu Ziqin, President of state-owned China Shipbuilding & Offshore International Company Limited (SCOC) -- the trade arm of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation. The two sides in-principle agreed on the sale of eight submarines that China will provide to Pakistan Navy, The Express Tribune reported. Sources in the finance ministry, however, said the deal is subject to final review form higher authorities in Beijing, following which a formal agreement will be signed. They also said that Pakistan would make payments in four instalments and the delivery will be made in coming years. According to a vague statement issued by the finance ministry after the meeting, Dar said the visit by the CSOC delegation to Pakistan would strengthen bilateral economic and defence ...
Premvir Das: The importance of 'Malabar' 19.7.2015 Latest News
Including Japan in the India-US naval exercises is a step in the right direction
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Navy chief Dhowan to focus on 'Act East policy' during Singapore, Thailand visit 19.7.2015 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, July 19 : Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral R.K. Dhowan, shall be proceeding on a five day visit to Singapore and Thailand from July 20, aiming to consolidate the Navy to Navy cooperation and explore future avenues in further strengthening the relationship in accordance with India's 'Act East policy'.
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