India confronted the US at the WTO meet in Buenos Aires earlier this week over agricultural subsidies. But the ensuing deadlock may be a harbinger of things to come.
INS Kalvari is the first diesel-electric submarine to be inducted into the navy in 17 years. Five more Scorpenes are supposed to join it in the next few years, but the project has been plagued by delays.
A new analysis of satellite imagery argues that China has built a tunnel that might be used to siphon off some of the river’s water, but the claim is likely to be contested, in both India and China.
The Hwasong-15 missile tested earlier this week is larger than the Hwasong-14 and can travel much further. What’s more, the North Koreans are likely to test it again very soon.
The latest launch moves India’s armed forces a step closer to its goal of being able to launch the missile from land, sea, and air.
The UN has re-elected Indian judge Dalveer Bhandari to the International Court of Justice, edging out the UK’s nominee.
The US president’s good words for India during the APEC meet in Vietnam were overshadowed by his insistence on bilateral trade deals.