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Japan and US set new rules for military cooperation 28.4.2015 TOI: The United States
President Obama and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan have reached an accord to tighten defense cooperation and are pressing toward an agreement to tear down trade barriers between their two countries and across the Pacific Rim, as both leaders move to counter rising economic and military threats from ...
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US, Japan unveil new defence guidelines 28.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
US and Japan announced on Monday new guidelines for bilateral defence cooperation, allowing Japan's self-defence forces to take on more ambitious global role that the Shinzo Abe administration has been seeking.
Will take steps to encourage pvt sector in defence: Parrikar 26.4.2015 All Current Affairs Stories
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said the ministry would be taking pro-active measures to encourage private players in defence sector in tune with the Prime Minister's vision of "Make in India". "Government is absolutely committed to working ...
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China to provide 110 fighter jets to Pakistan 25.4.2015 All International Stories
Pakistan will acquire 110 latest JF-17 Thunder fighter jets from China as the two countries forge closer economic and defence cooperation following President Xi Jinping's visit here earlier this week, a media report said today.
China to provide 110 fighter jets to Pakistan 25.4.2015 DNA: Mumbai
Pakistan will acquire 110 latest JF-17 Thunder fighter jets from China as the two countries forge closer economic and defence cooperation following President Xi Jinping's visit to Islamabad earlier this week, a media report said on Saturday. Radio Pakistan reported that China will deliver the first batch of 50 jets over a period of three years. The Head of Chinese Aircraft Industry told a Chinese daily that under the contract signed between the two countries, Pakistan will receive a total of 110 JF-17 Thunder fighter aircraft from China. It is not clear when the delivery of the remaining 60 jets will be completed. The JF-17 Thunder is also built in Pakistan as China has already transferred its technology. But Pakistan needs more fighter jets at faster pace due to its fight against Taliban militants. Xi also launched a US $46 billion economic corridor to link China's western region to Pakistan's Gwadar port on the Arabian Sea. During Xi's visit, a fleet of eight JF-17 jets escorted the special aircraft of ...
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Indo-Japanese Defence Co-Operation 24.4.2015 Govt of india: PIB
Steps taken by the Government for enhancement of bilateral defence & security co-operation including in the field of maritime security with Japan inter alia include institutionalization and conduct of bilateral maritime exercises between India and Japan in 2012 & 2013, participation of Japan along with the Indian Navy and the US Navy in the Exercise Malabar held in July 2014, conclusion of Memorandum on Defence Cooperation and Exchanges in September 2014 and conduct of the first meeting of the Joint Working Group on Defence Equipment and Technology Cooperation in March 2015.
Indo - French Naval Exercise Varuna Commences at Goa 23.4.2015 Govt of india: PIB
Fourteenth (14th) edition of Indo-French naval exercise (VARUNA) started with the arrival of four French naval ships at Goa today. Representing the French Navy is Aircraft Carrier Charles de Gaulle, two destroyers Chevalier Paul and Jean de Vienne, replenishment tanker Meuse and a maritime patrol aircraft Atlantique 2.
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India closely watching growing China-Pak military ties: Navy Chief 21.4.2015 Central Chronicle
Agencies, New Delhi Indian Naval warship INS Visakhapatnam, first stealth destroyer of project 15-B, was... more »
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Navy launches stealth destroyer 21.4.2015 Asian Age: Mumbai
Monitoring Sino-Pak military cooperation, says Navy Chief Chief of Naval Staff Admiral R.K. Dhowan on Monday said that the Indian Navy is monitoring the increasing Chinese and Pakistani military cooperation and is preparing itself to tackle all contingencies. Admiral Dhowan was speaking at the Mazagon Docks Limited (MDL) on the sidelines of the launch of the first Project 15B class destroyer, Vishakhapatnam. His wife Minu Dhowan did the honours by conducting a traditional launch ceremony where the vessel slid down in the waters on the “slipway”. Responding to a question regarding the Indian Navy’s plans in the face of the Pakistan Navy likely to acquire eight Chinese-make diesel electric submarines, Admiral Dhowan said, “We are continuously monitoring the situation and are developing plans to tackle the threat perception.” The comment assumes significance in the backdrop of Chinese President Xi Jinping commencing his visit to Pakistan on Monday where the two countries are expected to finalise the deal ...
India monitoring China-Pak military cooperation: Navy chief 20.4.2015 TOI: India
Admiral Dhowan's remarks came in the wake of the Chinese president's visit to Pakistan, beginning Monday, during which the two countries are expected to sign a deal for buying of eight diesel-electric submarines by ...
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India monitoring China-Pakistan military cooperation: Navy chief RK Dhowan 20.4.2015 CNN-IBN: India
Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan on Monday said India was 'monitoring' the military tie-up between China and Pakistan, including the pact expected to be signed for strengthening the naval power of the western neighbour during the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Islamabad.
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India keeping a close eye on ChinaPak military cooperation Navy chief Dhowan 20.4.2015 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
nbspIndia is keeping a close eye on the growing military cooperation between Pakistan and China as Islamabad and Beijing inch closer to hammering out a landmark submarine deal navy chief Admiral Robin Dhowan said on ...
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Manohar Parrikar to discuss defence cooperation with South Korea`s minister today 17.4.2015 Zee News : India National
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will on Friday co-chair the India-RoK (Republic of Korea) Defence Ministerial meeting with his Korean counterpart General Han Min-Koo.
Will the Pakistan-Russia military exercise make New Delhi-Moscow ties sour? 17.4.2015 FirstPost: World

On the emotional plane of bilateral relations, India may act like a possessive spouse and howl at Russia being wooed by a new suitor, Pakistan. A discernible chill has set in Indo-Russian relations.

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Pakistan and Russia to hold 1st-ever joint Army drills 17.4.2015 Asian Age: International
Ministers agree to cooperate on defence industry, military training Pakistan and Russia have agreed to hold first-ever joint military exercises as part of their enhanced defence cooperation, in a sign of increasing bonhomie between the Cold War-era adversaries. The agreement was reached during a meeting in Moscow between Pakistan defence minister Khawaja Asif and his Russian counterpart Sergei Shoigu, Express Tribune reported. “We agreed to enhance cooperation in both defence industry and military training,” Mr Asif was quoted as saying by state-run Russian news agency Sputnik Internat-ional. Mr Asif is on an official visit to Moscow to attend a regional security conference. He held talks with the Russian defence minister, during which the two ministers agreed to increase military cooperation in training and import of arms and equipment. “Joint participation in military exercises will be promoted,” the Pakistan defence ministry said in a statement. The ministers also agreed that conflicts should be ...
Pakistan and Russia to hold 1st-ever joint Army drills 17.4.2015 Asian Age: International
Ministers agree to cooperate on defence industry, military training Pakistan and Russia have agreed to hold first-ever joint military exercises as part of their enhanced defence cooperation, in a sign of increasing bonhomie between the Cold War-era adversaries. The agreement was reached during a meeting in Moscow between Pakistan defence minister Khawaja Asif and his Russian counterpart Sergei Shoigu, Express Tribune reported. “We agreed to enhance cooperation in both defence industry and military training,” Mr Asif was quoted as saying by state-run Russian news agency Sputnik Internat-ional. Mr Asif is on an official visit to Moscow to attend a regional security conference. He held talks with the Russian defence minister, during which the two ministers agreed to increase military cooperation in training and import of arms and equipment. “Joint participation in military exercises will be promoted,” the Pakistan defence ministry said in a statement. The ministers also agreed that conflicts should be ...
Will the Russia-Pakistan military exercise make New Delhi-Moscow ties sour? 16.4.2015 FirstPost: World

On the emotional plane of bilateral relations, India may act like a possessive spouse and howl at Russia being wooed by a new suitor, Pakistan. A discernible chill has set in Indo-Russian relations.

The post Will the Russia-Pakistan military exercise make New Delhi-Moscow ties sour? appeared first on Firstpost.

Will the Russia-Pakistan military exercise chill New Delhi-Moscow ties even more? 16.4.2015 FirstPost: World

On the emotional plane of bilateral relations, India may act like a possessive spouse and howl at Russia being wooed by a new suitor, Pakistan. A discernible chill has set in Indo-Russian relations.

The post Will the Russia-Pakistan military exercise chill New Delhi-Moscow ties even more? appeared first on Firstpost.

Manohar Parrikar to talk defence cooperation with South Korea tomorrow 16.4.2015 DNA: Mumbai
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will hold extensive talks with top South Korean officials in Seoul on Thursday on deepening bilateral defence ties especially in the context of Modi government's 'Make-in-India' initiative. Parrikar, who is in Seoul, is accompanied by Defence Secretary RK Mathur and senior Indian military and civilian officials from the Ministry of Defence and an Indian Defence industry delegation. During this three-day visit to South Korea, Parrikar will co-chair the India-Republic of Korea (RoK) Defence Ministerial meeting with his Korean counterpart Gen Han Min-Koo tomorrow. They will hold extensive discussions on the entire gamut of bilateral defence relationship and regional and global issues of mutual interest and will in particular identify ways to upgrade the defence relationship, an official statement said. Parrikar will also meet the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Choi Yun-hee, Minister Chang Myoung-Jin of the Korean Defence Acquisition Program Administration ...
In a first, Pakistan and Russia to hold joint military exercise 16.4.2015 FirstPost: World

Pakistan and Russia have agreed to hold first-ever joint military exercises as part of their enhanced defence cooperation, in a sign of increasing bonhomie between the Cold War-era adversaries.

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