DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs

DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs
DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs

Panaji: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is set to transfer various technologies — initially developed for the armed forces — to small entrepreneurs during a two-day conclave beginning Thursday.

DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs

The Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) in Mysore prepared and distributing food packets for distribution in the flood-hit

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China Pressuring Pakistan On Terrorism?

China Pressuring Pakistan On Terrorism?
China Pressuring Pakistan On Terrorism?

by Arushi Kumar

President Donald Trump, in an announcement on the recent overhaul of U.S. strategy in Afghanistan, admonished Pakistan for sheltering “the same organisations that try every single day to kill our people” in the fight against the Taliban. Yet analysts have questioned whether Pakistan really needs to heed the United States’ call to “d

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Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan

Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan
Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan

India's Prahaar is a solid-fuelled surface-to-surface guided short-range tactical ballistic missile

The doctrine has been in talks for many years but the government and the armed forces have seldom owned it in public

NEW DELHI: Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Wednesday his country had developed short-range nuclear weapons to

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RANKED: 5 Most Powerful Armies On The Planet (In 2030)

RANKED: 5 Most Powerful Armies On The Planet (In 2030)
RANKED: 5 Most Powerful Armies On The Planet (In 2030)


by Robert Farley

In the end, the answers to “how do we build a powerful army” remain painfully simple. States that have access to enthusiastic populations with high human capital, that can cull the most innovative technologies from robust, modern economies, and that can structure their civil-military relations with just-enough-but-not-too-much ind

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