To save the habitat of an endangered species of bird, Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan has rejected the Navy’s proposal to set up a missile testing site at Tillanchong Sanctuary in the Andam

Launched from a ship, the missile met mission objectives in a flawless performance.

India Thursday successfully test fired its indigenously developed, nuclear-capable ballistic missile Prithvi-II from a test range in Odisha, an official said.

India on Wednesday successfully test-fired nuclear capable Agni-IV for its full range of 4,000 km from Wheeler Island, off the coast of Orissa.

“War in the Gulf will have profound effect on India”

Observing that a war in the Gulf would have a profound effect on India, an American expert on the Middle East, Jon Alterman, said New Delhi needed a national strategy to deal with rising threat to its security, particularly on the energy front. Mr. Alterman holds the Zbigniew Brzezisnki Chair in Global Security and Geo-strategy and is director of the Middle East programme at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, a non-governmental think-tank.

It was called Treasure Island in honour of Robert Louis Stevenson's pirate classic, but the artificial island off San Francisco bay has nothing but trouble buried in its soil: radioactive contamina

Leading scientist P Rama Rao (file photo) will recieve the Defence Research and Develop-ment Organisation’s (DRDO’s) lifetime achievement award for 2011 from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here tomo

Dhaka, 5 July: India was forced to go nuclear and develop ballistic missiles to strike a balance of power in the region as “big nations” around the country were armed with atomic weapons, former Pr

Pakistan said on Tuesday it had successfully test fired a short-range nuclear-capable ballistic missile.

Talks between Iran and six world powers on its disputed nuclear program failed to produce a breakthrough on Thursday, in an apparent diplomatic setback for both sides.