A well-researched, sound film which makes one question the history we have all grown up reading
Even if the DRDO had stated that they have the capabilities in place for developing such a weapons system, the then government did not proceed with it.
The Tashkent Files: Speaking to team OpIndia, Shashtri Ji’s family says they hope the film will answer some long hushed up questions
Shastrijis relatives hoped that the questions which remained answered till now will be brought to the fore soon through Vivek Agnihotri's undaunted efforts.
Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi, he said that some people keep talking about 'Made in Ujjain, Made in Jaisalmer', 'Made in Baroda' in their speeches. PM Modi said that their speeches are just that, speeches and never translate to action
As Congress looks to delay Rafale deal, Air Force left to scrounge for 1980s planes in Russian junkyard
Think about the Air Force pilots who will have to fly these 40-year junk planes that we are purchasing from the Russian garbage dump in our desperation
Initiated in 2003, these exercises were tasked with boosting cooperation and interoperability between the Russian and Indian navies.
Wikileaks to sue Guardian for publishing fabricated story claiming Manafort held secret talks with Assange in Ecuadorian embassy
WikiLeaks has even demanded the editor-in-chief to resign owing to the back-pedalling on the story, WikiLeaks claims to be false.
US president Donald Trump has recently stated that 'India will find out soon' on the probability of US sanctions for buying S-400 air defence system from Russia.
Pakistani handlers used Facebook accounts ‘Neha’ and ‘Pooja’ to trap arrested Brahmos engineer for spying
ATS officials have stated that despite being engaged in a job that involved highly sensitive data, Nishant Agarwal was 'casual' on the internet.
To an average reader, it may seem like the offset agreement is still in force when the deal between Russia and India were signed.