'So far, Pakistan leads India in subsonic cruise missile development, having tested and operationally deployed the Babur cruise missile that has a range of 700 km, significantly less than the Nirbhay's'
The Nirbhay cruise missile, which the Defence Research and Development Organisation successfully test-fired on Tuesday, November 14, is a version
Trials of a new sort of traffic light aimed at helping smartphone addicts cross the road safely appear to be proving a success, researchers say.
The new traffic light being tested in the town of Bodegraven consists of a led lighting strip in the pavement which officials hoped will alert ‘zombies’ who are looking at the...
Russia has successfully tested a simulator of the spaceship, with the objective of reaching the moon. The experiment's goal was to create conditions similar to those encountered by a mixed crew during a long autonomous interplanetary flight
MOSCOW — Three of the six crew members of the SIRIUS project (an experiment simulating a flight to the moon) s
A Chinese supplied Pakistani Ballistic Missile
by Kyle Mizokami
Experts believe Pakistan’s nuclear stockpile is steadily growing. In 1998, the stockpile was estimated at five to twenty-five devices, depending on how much enriched uranium each bomb required. Today Pakistan is estimated to have an arsenal of 110 to 130 nuclear bombs. In 2015 the C
Nirbhay Cruise Missile in flight
by Hemant Kumar Rout
BHUBANESWAR: After two consecutive failures, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is gearing up for a fresh experimental trial of India’s first home-grown subsonic cruise missile Nirbhay with a hope that the weapon system this time will not let them down.
A screen grab of DRDO's Smart Glide Bomb from a YouTube channel
Designated as the Smart Anti-Airfield Weapon (SAAW), the bomb released from the IAF aircraft was guided through precision navigation system
NEW DELHI: Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the Indian Air Force (IAF) on Friday successfully tested an indigenously-built
The British Olympic boxer Muhammad Ali is facing a lengthy ban after testing positive for a steroid in April, the amateur sport’s international federation, Aiba, has confirmed.
It is the first time