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Rafale Fighter Jet For The 1st Time Makes Operational Sortie With Deadly Meteor Missiles

In a first, the French Air and Space Army has undertaken the first operational sortie of a Rafale jet equipped with Meteor missiles, as...

India, Sweden Reiterate Defense Commitment As Saab Looks To Sell Its Gripen Jets To IAF

At the back of Swedish aerospace firm, SAAB eyeing the role of manufacturing its advanced Gripen fighter jets in India, the prime ministers of...

Saab Gripen Jets A Big Contender Against F-15EX Fighters For The Indian Air Force

Sweden’s ambassador to India has said that Saab Gripen, the country’s most bankable fighter jet is "definitely a contender" for India's Medium Multirole Combat...

France To Deploy Troops To Estonia Within NATO Contingent For 12 Months – Embassy

France will deploy some 300 troops to Estonia in a rotation within the multinational NATO contingent stationed at the Tapa Army Base for one...

Serum Institute of India To Supply ‘Made-in-India’ Vaccines To Europe – Reports

The Made-in-India AstraZeneca vaccines could soon be exported to Europe if things go as planned. Serum Institute of India's (SII) manufacturing plant in Pune...

Why Is Air China Demanding An Apology From A Global Media House Based In The UK?

China's flag carrier, Air China, has reportedly demanded an apology from the UK's The Guardian newspaper for using a picture featuring an Air China...

NATO Launches Massive Naval Drills ‘Dynamic Manta’ Aimed At Hunting Enemy Submarines

Eight NATO nations have joined in a war game called 'Dynamic Manta' in the Mediterranean Sea. The exercise, aimed at hunting enemy submarines in...

SAAB, The Maker Of Gripen Jets, Delivers Third GlobalEye Early-Warning Aircraft To The UAE

The Swedish aerospace & defense firm Saab AB has delivered its third GlobalEye Airborne Early Warning & Control aircraft to the United Arab Emirates...

How UK Space Command Is Preparing To Shoot Down ‘Hostile Chinese & Russian Satellites’

In what can be seen as the UK's foray into space warfare, Royal Air Force’s Typhoon fighter jets will soon be engaged in an...

High In The Sky: NATO Set To Deploy RQ-4D Phoenix Drones That Can Spy From 62,000 Feet

The US-led NATO has declared the initial operational capability (IOC) for its fleet of Northrop Grumman RQ-4D Phoenix drones, the intergovernmental military alliance said...

How Did The US Pip Britain To Launch World’s First Supersonic Reconnaissance Aircraft?

In the 1960s, Britain was all set to launch, what could have been, the world’s first spy plane with Mach 3 speed, Avro 730....

How ‘Hiber Four’ – A Dutch De-Orbiting Satellite Will Solve The Problem Of Space Congestion?

A Dutch de-orbiting satellite named 'Hiber Four' is expected to offer some solution to the issue of outer space getting overcrowded due to the...

In A First, Europe’s Militaries Hone Their Cyber Warfare Skills With ‘Live-Fire’ Drills

For the first time, a ‘live fire’ drill was conducted to test the preparedness of  Europe's militaries to fight cyber threats from enemy nations...

Despite Typhoons & Super Hornets, German Air Force To Keep Flying Tornado Jets Till 2030

The German Air Force, also known as the Luftwaffe, is planning to keep its Tornado multirole strike aircraft in active service till 2030, as...

Two Dassault Rafale Fighter Jets Trigger Daylong Power Outage In A Village

Two Dassault Rafale fighter jets of the French Air and Space Army flew so low over the small village of Le Castellet near Manosque...

Italy Set To Become Third Country To Fly F-35 Fighter Jets From Aircraft Carrier

After the US and the UK, Italy will soon become the third country to fly the 'world's most-advanced' F-35 Lightning II stealth fighters from...

Why UK Govt Cracked Down On Khalsa TV Channel And Slapped 50,000-Pound Fine

The UK government's media regulatory authority, the Office of Communications (Ofcom), has fined Khalsa Television Ltd (KTV) 50,000 pounds for allegedly broadcasting "objectionable" content.  https://eurasiantimes.com/isro-gives-boost-to-private-sector-in-space-industry-allows-firms-to-use-its-satellite-centre/ KTV...

After The UK, Japan Gets A Cabinet ‘Minister Of Loneliness’ — But Why?

Japan has become the second country after the UK to appoint a 'Minister of Loneliness'. The Japanese government has tasked a cabinet minister with...

Indian PM Modi Plans Four Trips To Europe Amid Talks Of Trade Deals With EU — Reports

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is planning four trips to Europe this year as New Delhi and European Union (EU) are likely to sign...

Why Did The British Royal Navy Install A New Sensor Suit On Its Trafalgar-Class Submarine HMS Talent?

The UK's Royal Navy has deployed its Trafalgar-class submarine HMS Talent in the Mediterranean. It is equipped with a new sensor suite that can...

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After Initial Refusal, India To Buy 30 Armed MQ-9B Sea Guardian Drones From The US – Reports

The Indian Air Force (IAF), the Army, and the Navy are set to acquire a total of 30 armed versions of the US-made MQ-9B...

Rafale Fighter Jet For The 1st Time Makes Operational Sortie With Deadly Meteor Missiles

In a first, the French Air and Space Army has undertaken the first operational sortie of a Rafale jet equipped with Meteor missiles, as...

China’s PLA Installs ISTAR Sensor Systems Near India Border In Arunachal: Watch

China's PLA is believed to have installed two Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Ranging (ISTAR) sensor systems close to India's border in Arunachal Pradesh....

India’s Rights Body NHRC Urged To Process Refugee Claims Of Myanmar Nationals

The New Delhi-based National Campaign Against Torture (NCAT) has urged India’s National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to process asylum/refugee claims filed by Myanmar nationals...

F-21 Vs F-15EX: Will Indian Air Force Opt For Boeing F-15EX Over Lockheed F-21 Fighter Jets?

The US has pitched two of its advanced combat aircraft — F-15EX and F-21 to the Indian Air Force. But which of the two...

Why Narendra Modi Wants Indian Military Officers To Forgo The ‘Legacy Systems’ In Armed Forces

Are the officers of India’s armed forces prepared to forgo the “legacy systems” that PM Narendra Modi wants? Not really, if credible reports on...