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Shailesh Kumar is an independent journalist with over 15 years of experience in crime, political and defence reporting for leading media brands including Star News, India TV and NewsX. He is the founder editor of defence and security news portal, National Defence.

Breaking News defence ministry DRDO 

Fire Accident At DRDO’s HEMRL Laboratory In Pune, One dies

Shailesh Kumar, National Defence New Delhi, 19 June 2018 One person died in a fire accident today afternoon at High Energy Materials Research Laboratory (HEMRL) of DRDO. According to sources, the fire broke out in building number 16 at about 1500 hrs. Another injured is rushed to the hospital. The cause of fire is being investigated by Hinjewadi police station. ... Read More
Breaking News Indian Army 

Brave Women Officers of Indian Army Perform Yoga At 19022ft On Mt Bhagirathi-II

National Defence Bureau, New Delhi, 11 June 2018 Indian Army planned a Women officers mountaineering expedition to Mt Bhagirathi-II in the month May-June 2018. This was a pre-monsoon expedition and scaling mighty Bhagirathi is not an easy task as the mountain is heavily snow clad after the long winters in Garhwal himalayas. According to sources, when the team was trekking... Read More
Breaking News China defence ministry 

Chinese Set Up 4 Tents In Indian Territory At Nelung Nala

Shailesh Kumar, National Defence New Delhi, 10 June 2018 Chinese once again have set up 4 tents in Indian territory in Nelung Nala area in Demchok on India -China border. According to sources the latest incident occured yesterday. Two of these tents appear white and remining somewhat black in colour. The civilians living in Demchok informed National Defence that they... Read More
Breaking News China Geopolitics 

Fathoming China: OBOR – Is it Road for Connecting the World or is it Road of Prosperity only for the Middle Kingdom

Shailesh Kumar, National Defence New Delhi, 06 June 2018 China insists that its One Belt, One Road initiative stretching along three continents will benefit the entire world with $1 trillion in infrastructure improvements. But some countries harbor doubts. The apprehensions are real. The world is wise and not ready for this new-age slavery of China. Early 2018, first train rumbled... Read More
Breaking News China Geopolitics pakistan 

CPEC is Dragon’s Net and Debt Trap For Pakistan

Shailesh Kumar, National Defence New Delhi, 06 June 2018 CPEC threatens India and shall trigger Pakistan’s collapse. Yet Pakistan is walking into the grave willingly. China’s investment of $62 billion in China- Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC) as part of One Belt One Road initiative, projected as change of face of Pakistan’s economy, will be ‘Dragon’s Net of Debt Trap for... Read More
Breaking News defence ministry Geopolitics 

Fathoming China; Blocking Peace in South Asia and IOR is Well-Deliberated, Well-Designed and Will be Well-Orchestrated

Shailesh Kumar, National Defence New Delhi, 05 June 2018 Indo-China relations unambiguously hinges on five major issues. Both the nations must keep engaging each other and surely mutual trust and confidence will thrive. China’s foreign policies, some of historic origin and some instituted recently, especially in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) have been inimical to national interests of India and... Read More
Breaking News defence ministry Geopolitics world news 

Fathoming China: Is there an Opportunity For Peace in the Changed and Charged Relationship?

Shailesh Kumar, National Defence New Delhi, 05 June 2018 In the late 1990, India and China had a tacit understanding under which both the nations agreed to ‘image the relationship’. Such management involved placing the border disputes that have the potential to escalate rapidly, through protracted negotiations while trade and economic interactions were fast-tracked. Then China was pursuing the concept... Read More
Breaking News Indian Navy 

Indian Navy”s OP NISTAR

INDIAN NAVY EVACUATES STRANDED INDIANS FROM SOCOTRA, YEMEN IN OP NISTAR National Defence Bureau, New Delhi, 03 June 2018 In response to a distress call received from the DG shipping and the Indian Sailing Vessels Association, Indian Naval Ship Sunayna, currently deployed for a mission based deployment in the Gulf of Aden, was directed to evacuate 38 Indian nationals stranded... Read More
Breaking News Indian Army 

Surgical Strikes Fame Former DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh Takes Over Charge of Northern Command

National Defence Bureau, Srinagar, 01 June 2018 Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh assumed the appointment of Northern Army Commander on 01 Jun 2018. The General Officer was commissioned into the 9th Battalion of the Dogra Regiment in 1980 and has had varied staff and command exposures. He has commanded  a Mountain Brigade, an Armoured Division and a Strike Corps. His tenures also include... Read More
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