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Ministry of Defence uncovered snooping in South Block last year: Reports

A report claimed on Monday that the Ministry of Defence had uncovered snooping in South Block in February 2014.

One Rank, One Pension stuck between Services and Defence Ministry

Reinstating government's commitment on implementing the 'One Rank, One Pension' policy, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the issue is pending as the method of calculating pension is stuck between the Armed Services and the Defence Ministry.

Defence ministry clears mine sweeping vessels, trainer aircraft

The defence ministry Saturday cleared a project worth Rs 32,000 crore for 12 mine sweeping vessels to be made in India.

Chinese military delegation in India

A 12-member Chinese military delegation arrived in Mumbai on Friday and will hold talks with top Defence Ministry officials here on Saturday.

Set up JPC to probe corporate espionage case, demands Congress

Demand for setting up a Joint Parliamentary Committee to go into the corporate espionage case involving Petroleum, Power, Coal and Defence Ministries was made by a Congress member in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

Corporate espionage case: Did leaked documents reach Pakistan, China?

Amid the growing corporate espionage scandal, there is speculation that the leaked documents may have crossed borders and found their way to China and Pakistan, a report claimed on Tuesday.

Corporate espionage case: Delhi Police arrests Defence Ministry staffer

In the latest development in the corporate espionage case, a person employed as casual worker in the Defence Ministry was arrested on Tuesday by the Delhi Police.

Terror boat row: Coast Guard DIG issued show cause notice; Pakistan hits out at India
Terror boat row: Coast Guard DIG issued show cause notice; Pakistan hits out at India

DIG BK Loshali, who had bragged that the Pakistani terror boat, which blew itself up on the night of December 31, 2014 off the Porbandar coast, was actually destroyed by the Coast Guard, was on Wednesday reportedly issued a show cause notice by the Defence Ministry.

Govt okays plan for building 6 N-submarines, 7 frigates

The government has cleared the indigenous construction of seven stealth frigates and six nuclear-powered submarines to bolster naval power.

BBV: Who really blew up Pakistan terror boat?

Deputy Inspector General of the Coast Guard directly contradicted the government's version in the controversial Pak boat incident.

Govt to make defence exports easier to boost domestic manufacturing: Parrikar

Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said the government is working to make the process of exporting defence goods easier and transparent in order to give impetus to the domestic manufacturing in the sector.

Aero India show: Metal birds awe spectators with aerial aerobatics

A breathtaking display of air power and brilliant aerobatics by fighter jets and helicopters on Wednesday enthralled the audience at the 10th Aero India show where famed international aerobatic teams left the crowd awestruck with their death-defying stunts.

We blew up Pak terror boat, didn't want to serve them biryani: Coast Guard DIG
We blew up Pak terror boat, didn't want to serve them biryani: Coast Guard DIG

Weeks after India claimed success in intercepting a Pakistani terror boat off the Porbandar coast in Gujarat, a Deputy Inspector General of the Coast Guard has contradicted claims that the suspected terrorists onboard had blown up the vessel.

India needs formal war history: Arun Jaitley

 Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley Monday said India must have a formal war history which every child should read.

Random blacklisting creates supply-chain problems: Parrikar

 Indiscriminate blacklisting of companies supplying defence products over "small issues" may create supply-chain problems for the armed forces, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday said but insisted that "serious crimes" should not go unpunished.

Biometric attendance: Defence Minister officials top defaulter list

The Defence Ministry has topped the list of government organisations whose employees have defaulted in marking their attendance through Aadhaar-enabled biometric system.

China 2015 military drills to focus on winning local wars

China's military training this year will focus on "improving fighting capacity" to win "local wars" in adverse and high-tech conditions, the defence ministry said on Thursday, with Beijing embroiled in several territorial disputes.

Avinash Chander was appointed in strange manner: Parrikar

 Defending his decision to terminate the contract of DRDO chief, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said Avinash Chander was appointed in a "strange manner" and he feels that at the age of 64, a person probably thinks in more of a cautious way.

'File pending for 18 months with Defence Ministry'

Complaints of slow decision making, requests for amending company law, changing duty structures, the adversarial attitude of the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties were some of the issues raised here by industrialists on Monday.