Israeli Army killed three Palestinian gunmen in West Bank

 The Israeli army said on Sunday that three Palestinian militants were killed by Israeli fire in the occupied northern West Bank near Nablus. The military said that “gunmen opened fire” on an army post west of Nablus, prompting a “live fire” response from the troops stationed there. None of the Israeli soldiers were hurt in the exchange of fire, and … Read more

China’s Military Budget is increased to meet complex security challenges

“China announced to increase its military expenditure amid slowing economic growth and increasing tensions in the Indo- Pacific region.” As per the draft released on Sunday by the Ministry of Finance, China is set to increase defence spending this year by 7.2% to 1.55 trillion yuan ($225 billion). Last year China’s defence budget grew by 7.1% to 1.45 trillion yuan.  … Read more

Why does Pakistan’s security situation keep worsening

The Pakistani military establishment’s well-known policy of using terrorist acts as a tool of its neighbourhood strategic plan is backfiring and worsening Pakistan’s security situation. On January 30, a suicide attack aimed a masjid in Peshawar, having killed over 90 people, the majority of whom were police officers. According to Pakistani media reports, the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has disassociated with … Read more

Lesser Known Facts About Republic Day of India

We Indians celebrate Republic Day on 26th January every year. We know many things about our Republic day. But have ever wondered about the little-known facts about the day?  I will try to present a few such points here. But first, let’s see the history of Republic day. India gained Independence on 15 August 1947 but it did not have … Read more

Rajnath: Technological advancement in the defence sector

The remarks from the Defense Minister were made considering the ongoing border dispute in eastern Ladakh and Pakistan’s persistent backing of terrorist activities across borders. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh emphasized the need for India to prioritize the development of its defence technology in response to the dual challenges it faces along its borders. In an indirect mention of the difficulties … Read more

Chinese foreign minister urges solution to Ukraine war

 China’s foreign minister said Thursday that Beijing is worried about the one-year-old grinding conflict with Russia spiraling out of hand and encouraged dialogue on a negotiated settlement with Moscow in a rare phone chat with his Ukrainian counterpart. Before, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang pleaded with the West not to push China through the conflict in Ukraine. At a forum … Read more

Suspension Of Russian Participation By Putin In The Nuclear Pact With The United States

Russian President Vladimir Putin declared on February 21st that Moscow was suspending its participation in the New START convention — the last remaining nuclear arms control pact with the United States — sprucely upping the figure amid pressures with Washington over the conflict in Ukraine. In his speech, Mr Putin also stated that Russia should be prepared to resume nuclear … Read more

Changing Relations between India and Pakistan

In the recent UN security council debate on women, power and security India slammed hard on Pakistan’s foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Ambassador  Ruchira Kamboj, India’s permanent representative to the UN stated Zardari’s comment as baseless and politically motivated. This was done after Zardari referred to Jammu and Kashmir in his remarks to the council debate. In August 1947 India … Read more

Wagner Group and their role in the Ukraine War

  The Wagner Group and its mercenaries currently play a key role in Russia’s 2022 War in Ukraine. The Wagner Group now employs over 50,000 people in its ranks. Seal of the Wagner Group, Image Source: mk.ru Introduction to the Wagner Group The Wagner Group (also known as Private Military Company/PMC Wagner) is a Russian paramilitary organisation, which is headquartered in St. … Read more

Breaking Barriers: The Group Captain Shaliza Dhami on International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day, Group Captain Shaliza Dhami becomes the first woman in India to take over command of an IAF combat unit. The Indian Air Force announced Tuesday, 7th March that it has selected Group Captain Shaliza Dhami to take over command of a frontline combat unit in the Western sector facing Pakistan’s territorial region. She became the first … Read more

Bangladesh establishes its first submarine base

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina opened Bangladesh’s first submarine base, the ‘BNS Sheikh Hasina,’ in Pekua, Cox’s Bazar. The Prime Minister described the newly inaugurated naval facility as an “ultra-modern submarine base,” and called the event “a proud chapter in the history of Bangladesh’s navies. Prime Minister, speaking virtually from her official residence Ganabhaban in Dhaka, said the recently commissioned submarine … Read more