A hatch left open on the INS Arihant lead to saltwater flooding the propulsion area, rendering the $2.9 billion submarine inoperative.
Indian officers and officials expressed concerns before an Indian parliamentary committee on defence, service chiefs revealed dire shortfalls in equipment and investment.
The Korean People’s Navy is on the surface, pun intended, an antiquated navy comprised of mostly Cold War Soviet era technology which has been handed down.
Neighbours Singapore and Malaysia have been tangled in a web of accusations and finger-pointing concerning Malaysia’s move to extend their maritime boundaries into Singaporean territorial waters.
Australia has deployed its largest naval task force since the 1980s on a nearly three-month tour of Asia to shore up support with key allies during a period of tension in the region.
The rise of China as an emerging military power is obvious to anyone who is a student or follower of international security.
The UK and India will continue to strengthen their defence and security relationship, with the two countries working closer together than ever before to tackle terrorism and threats to cyber security, say officials.
The Pakistani military allegedly coordinated a surveillance operation which collected data from US, UK, and Australian officials and diplomats.
A large display of domestically developed arms used by Chinese land forces was presented to hundreds of foreign military officers.
The latest round of missile tests, and the testing of a hydrogen bomb has now made war on the Korean peninsula more realistic.
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