Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel on Tuesday that his army is taking the offencive against the Islamic State group but needs more air power and heavy weaponry to prevail.
Expressing concern over the use of sophisticated weapons by terrorists, Punjab Governor Shivraj V Patil on Friday stressed on keeping defence forces modernised by equipping them with modern weaponry.
Rebel fighters appealed on Thursday to the "Friends of Syria" group which is to meet this weekend to provide them with heavy weapons so they can protect civilians and prevent a humanitarian disaster.
The elite counter-terror
force NSG is in the process of procuring a wide range of
latest weaponry and gadgets including door busters, taking cue
from its experience during the Mumbai terror attack.
Major earthquake rattles Nepal, India
Day in Pics: 25th April
Showbiz World - April 25, 2015