• India test fires Scramjet engine, joins elite club of nations

    Joining a select club of nations, India on Sunday successfully test fired its futuristic Scramjet Rocket Engine using oxygen from the atmosphere that could cut the cost of the launches several fold and help in ISRO's bid to design advanced air breathing engines.

  • INS Kalvari to hit waters for final trial in September

    Kalvari, Indian Navy's first indigenous Scorpene-class stealth submarine, will hit the waters again in September for its final phase of sea trials ahead of its planned induction by the end of this year.

  • 'India marching towards self-reliance in missile system'

    India is steadfastly marching towards complete self-reliance in missile systems and technologies, Scientific Advisor to the Defence Minister G Satheesh Reddy has said.

  • India, US to sign key logistics agreement

    India and the US are likely to sign a key logistics agreement later this month which will enable both the countries to use each other's assets and bases for repair and replenishment of supplies.


ISRO continues to make Indian flag touch greater heights in space!

ISRO continues to make Indian flag touch greater heights in space! Since Aryabhata - India's first satellite launched by a Russian (erstwhile Soviet Union) rocket in 1975, the Indian Space Research Organisation has come a long way by not only designing and launching its own satellites, but also by orbiting those of many other countries.

India and the dynamics of international arms market

Maritime conflicts in Asia-Pacific and India's position

Russia-India: True Comrades-in-Arms

India's space voyage to continue with ASTROSAT mission