By most indications, China is in the late stages of a new strategic bomber project. Rumors are swirling that the prototype for the supposedly stealthy flying wing aircraft was rolled out clandestinely in June. This very well could be, as Chinese officials have touted such a project repeatedly in the past, but the latest satellites image making
by Sébastien Roblin
The F-16 Fighting Falcon bears an unusual distinctions: it is one of the only top jet fighters in the world to also be cost efficient. Fast and extremely agile, the light fighter does have some shortcomings in range and payload compared to larger twin-engine fighters like the F-15 Eagle, but that was easy to forgive due to
A T-90 "Bhishma" Main Battle Tank of the Indian Army
Unless there is a conscious attempt at building organic capability for design and development within the armed forces, the problems that have plagued defence manufacturing in India will persist
by Srinath Raghavan
A few months ago, the government of India put out its long-awaited “Strategic P
PLA conducts live-fire drills in Tibet plateau amid Sikkim standoff
Just as China's political calendar cramps President Xi Jinping's elbow room, PM Narendra Modi also has limited political space to unilaterally back down
NEW DELHI: Escalation of the Doklam stand off into a shooting war is unlikely to deliver significant gains for China, and a wider
Today is like the Super bowl of the Solar system in North America! On August 21, starting 2:45PM Eastern Time, all of North America will be treated to a total eclipse of the sun. This will be the first total solar eclipse visible in the continental United States in 38 years. Beside everyone in North America, parts of South America, Africa, and
After Android O being in beta for months now, the eighth iteration of Android is said to go public today. Among fans, the Android O has been long-rumored to be called Oreo, and today a new leak seem to lay new grounds to it. The latest version of Android is said to be officially announced by Google on August 21, and it looks like the company may
Tourism is an increasingly important part of the Dutch economy, accounting for 3.9% of GDP last year, a 25% rise on 2010, national statistics office CBS said on Monday.
In total, tourists spent €76m in the Netherlands last year, up 4% on 2015, the CBS said.
Spending on hotels, museums and souvenirs by foreign tourists was up 7%...
The number of people in the Netherlands found guilty of human trafficking went down 25% last year, the NRC said on Monday.
In 2015, 139 people were jailed for human trafficking offences, around the same as in 2014. But last year, the total number of successful prosecutions fell to 103, the paper said, quoting figures from the Dutch law society.