India’s Tejas Fighter achieves desired production target – 16 Tejas per year from 2019

Since December 2013, when the indigenous Tejas fighter was operationally cleared to join the Indian Air Force (IAF), Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has struggled to establish an assembly line that could build the homegrown light fighter quickly and cheaply. With just three Tejas delivered until this year out of the 20 ordered in 2013, the…

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The Strengthening Relationship Between India and Israel Will Greatly Benefit Both Countries

Indian PM Modi’s visit to Israel last month was anything but fortuitous. It was historic in its political significance, with Modi becoming the first sitting Indian prime minister to visit Israel. The highly choreographed trip, filled with fanfare, selfies, agreement signing ceremonies, and of course Modi’s signature bear hug sent the message loud and clear…

Helpless Chinese protest outside the Indian Consulate with their flashy cars over Doklam on 15th Aug

As Indian and Chinese soldiers remain locked in a two-month standoff over a border dispute in the Himalayas, some Chinese Australians decided to protest India in their flashy supercars on the India’s Independence Day. On Tuesday 15th August at around 12:40pm, a fleet of supercars, organized by a Sydney-based Australian Chinese automobile club, started their…