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IDN TAKE: The Baltic States: Gained Dependence

    IDN TAKE: The Baltic States: Gained Dependence

    by Adomas Abromaitis

    Future of Europe is still uncertain. Though security is the real priority for all countries, each of them understands the process of achieving security by its own.

    Lithuanian and Latvian authorities increased political activity and intensified preparing to NATO summit that will take place in Brussels in July 2018. It is

    Japanese Naval Ship Amagiri Drops Anchor In Mumbai

      Japanese Naval Ship Amagiri Drops Anchor In Mumbai

      Securing the Sea: The Japanese crew of the naval ship Amagiri that arrived in Mumbai on a three-day visit. Vessel comes calling after completing an anti-piracy patrol in the Gulf of Aden

      Mumbai: Amagiri, a Japanese maritime self-defence force naval ship, has called on the city after completing an anti-piracy patrol in the Gulf of Aden.

      On a

      Tamil Nadu To Come Out With Aerospace, Defence Policies: Chief Minister

        Tamil Nadu To Come Out With Aerospace, Defence Policies: Chief Minister

        Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K.Palaniswami on Thursday said that his government will come out with a separate policy for aerospace and defence.

        Addressing an industry meet organised by the Defence Ministry here, he said: "Government of Tamil Nadu is in the process of coming out with an exclusive Aerospace and Defence policy with an objective

        Modi Govt Saddling India’s Military With More Bureaucracy

          Modi Govt Saddling India’s Military With More Bureaucracy

          by Prakash Katoch

          Recent media reports indicate that India’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) has decided to allow private companies to manage and operate all Army Base Workshops (ABWs) and station workshops in eight cities across six states. The scheme is called GOCO (Government Owned, Contractor Managed).

          Ostensibly, the move is part of a major

          Status Quo Not Altered At Doklam: India

            Status Quo Not Altered At Doklam: India

            Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar

            Indian and Chinese troops had been locked in a stand-off for over two months last year in the Doklam area near Sikkim before "disengaging" on August 28.

            India said today that the status quo has not been altered at Doklam, where Indian and Chinese troops were locked in a stand-off for over two

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