China has added a new nuclear-powered submarine to its fast expanding fleet. The submarine could be Type 094 or Type 093, but not the next generation nuclear-powered ballistic submarine Type 096, since Type 096 is too advanced and not to be completed soon, Song Zhongping, a military expert who served in the PLA Rocket Force, said
INS Kalvari, for instance, was to be ready by 2012, with the other five coming by 2017. Now, with the third submarine INS Karanj to be "launched" later this year, all the six will be inducted by 2020 or so
NEW DELHI: India will now soon commission its first new conventional submarine in over 17 years, with the first Scorpene submarine INS Kalvari
Alliances are passé and only a few continue gingerly from the Cold War era
by Rajesh Basrur and Sumitha Narayanan Kutty
India pulled out all the stops last week to welcome Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe on the occasion of his fourth annual summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The India-Japan “Special Strategic and Global Partnership” — a d
The brand new Apple iPhone 8 has reached the hands of folks at iFixit and they have some interesting insight as they are dissecting the device. The key revelation here is that the iPhone 8 has minimal internal design changes.
The iFixit team dissected the iPhone 8 in Gold to peek inside the internal layout. As the teardown is still ongoing, one of
Facebook has been struggling to curb the spread of fake news on its platform the world over. In the West, it is facing flak for influencing the final result of the US Presidential Elections. In India, too, unattributed, baseless news items have been doing the rounds on Facebook. And Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp has nearly become the
Opera is adding support for 360-degree virtual reality video in its Developer browser version 49. This new developer update comes with a built-in VR 360 player for headsets such as HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and other OpenVR compatible devices.
Although VR headsets have been around for a while now, associated content hasn’t taken off to the extent we’d e
Just four in 10 football clubs in the Netherlands say more women and girls have joined since the Dutch women won the European championships this year. The rest say they have detected no such ‘championship effect’, public broadcaster NOS has found.
Clubs in Groningen and Zuid-Holland in particular have recruited more new female players...