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North Korean Missile Engines Purchased Illicitly From Ukrainian Plant: Study

    North Korean Missile Engines Purchased Illicitly From Ukrainian Plant: Study
    North Korean Missile Engines Purchased Illicitly From Ukrainian Plant: Study

    The liquid-propellant engines ground tested in September 2016 and March 2017 appear to be the same, though only the second ground test and the Hwasong-12 flight test operate with four auxiliary or vernier engines, which steer the missile

    How has North Korea managed to make such astounding progress with its long-range missile program over the last

    Ukraine's Antonov Plans To Take On Russia In Military Transport Aircraft Market

      Ukraine's Antonov Plans To Take On Russia In Military Transport Aircraft Market
      Ukraine's Antonov Plans To Take On Russia In Military Transport Aircraft Market

      ANTONOV Company completed construction of a new AN-132D aircraft

      Ukraine's Antonov plans to compete aggressively against Russia in the market for affordable military transportation aircraft with its AN-78 and AN-132D planes which are in an advanced stage of development and testing.

      The Ukraine’s firm which is now incorporated into the state c

      WATCH: ISRO Scientists’ Special Independence Day Song Is Winning The Internet

        WATCH: ISRO Scientists’ Special Independence Day Song Is Winning The Internet

        The 6-minute-plus video - titled 'I am an Indian' - features 20-odd scientists in picturesque locations, and has been composed by aerospace engineer Shiju G Thomas. It has been sung in various Indian regional languages, including Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Hindi.

        The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has given us ample

        Two Months Into Doklam Standoff, Assessing China’s Strength

          Two Months Into Doklam Standoff, Assessing China’s Strength
          Two Months Into Doklam Standoff, Assessing China’s Strength

          Xi Jinping has repeatedly urged the PLA to ‘prepare for combat’

          China’s great strength is part steel and part illusion. The dragon may indeed breathe fire — but it has enough teeth and claws missing to not want to fight

          by Praveen Swami

          Loose-cannon special forces officer Leng Feng emerges from his seaside retreat, to the applause of a grateful

          Amid Doklam Standoff, Chinese Submarines Spotted Near Indian Coast

            Amid Doklam Standoff, Chinese Submarines Spotted Near Indian Coast
            Amid Doklam Standoff, Chinese Submarines Spotted Near Indian Coast

            Type 039A  (Yuan-class) is a class of diesel-electric submarines deployed by China

            Forays into the Indian Ocean by Chinese submarines is on the rise. On April 22, a Yuan class diesel-electric submarine was spotted in the Indian Ocean. This is one of the more modern and dependable Chinese submarines; they have a reputation of being "quiet."

            The

            CRPF Officer's 6-Year-Old Daughter, Wife Unfurl Tricolour Where He Fell Last Year

              CRPF Officer's 6-Year-Old Daughter, Wife Unfurl Tricolour Where He Fell Last Year
              CRPF Officer's 6-Year-Old Daughter, Wife Unfurl Tricolour Where He Fell Last Year

              "I want my 6-year-old daughter (Aarna) to know what her father stood for and what he did. She should know that what is the importance of earning a Kirti Chakra"

              Kirti Chakra winner CRPF officer Pramod Kumar's wife Neha Tripathi and their six-year old daughter Arna Kumar pay tribute to him in Srinagar on Tuesday.

              Away from the bustling, joyous

              Pakistan Exchanges Independence Day Sweets At Border, China Distances

                Pakistan Exchanges Independence Day Sweets At Border, China Distances
                Pakistan Exchanges Independence Day Sweets At Border, China Distances

                File Photo of BSF soldiers exchanging sweets at the Border with Pakistani Rangers

                NEW DELHI: On a day when arch rival Pakistan exchanged sweets at the border with Indian soldiers on the occasion of 71st Independence Day, Chinese troops distanced themselves from the event.

                Chinese military did not attend the two-decade old practice of holding Border

                Former AG, Ex-Jordanian PM Top Contenders For Pak's ICJ Ad-Hoc Judge Choice: Report

                  Former AG, Ex-Jordanian PM Top Contenders For Pak's ICJ Ad-Hoc Judge Choice: Report
                  Former AG, Ex-Jordanian PM Top Contenders For Pak's ICJ Ad-Hoc Judge Choice: Report

                  The Pakistan government has begun consultations over the nomination of an ad-hoc judge for the Kulbhushan Jadhav case being heard at the ICJ

                  ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government has begun consultations over the nomination of an ad-hoc judge for the Kulbhushan Jadhav case being heard at the International Court of Justice with an ex-attorney general

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