Articles Tagged: India

India, US sign MoU on energy security and climate change, increase bilateral trade

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with US President Barack Obama next week, India and US have signed an important MoU on energy security and climate change. The two countries have also decided to further deepen their security and economic cooperation and increase bilateral trade five-fold to $500 billion.

How Indian financial outfits have been facing numerous cyber attacks from Pakistan

A month before Pakistan’s ceasefire violation on the eve of Independence Day, a silent battle was raging in Mumbai’s financial district. Two large private banks, a retail brokerage and a state-owned lender faced a cyber attack from hackers across the border that seriously slowed down all online customer transactions.

Sensitivity of the mean and variability of Indian summer monsoon to land surface schemes in RegCM4: understanding coupled land-atmosphere feedbacks

A relatively simple land surface model, the Biosphere-Atmosphere Transfer Scheme (BATS) and the more complex Community Land Model (CLM3.5) coupled to RegCM4 are used to investigate land-atmosphere feedback processes during the Indian summer monsoon. Observations of soil moisture, surface fluxes and radiation are needed for better understanding and improvement of coupled land-atmosphere feedbacks in models during the Indian summer monsoon.

ISRO’s Big Launch: Military Communications Satellite GSAT-6

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today launched its twenty-fifth home-made communications satellite in space using the Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) that uses an Indian made cryogenic engine being tested for the third time.

Countdown begins for launch of Indian military satellite

A government-owned communications satellite heading for geostationary orbit 22,300 miles above Earth is set for launch Thursday to on a nine-year mission to to support the Indian military.

Barak Missile Project to Help Intensify India-Israel Defence Tech Partnership

ndia and Israel look to expanding technology partnership in defence products following the lead provided by the ship-launched Barak missile which the two countries are developing together. Israeli Navy Chief Vice-Admiral Ram Rutberg today held talks with top Indian defence officials in the Indian capital as the two countries look at deepening bilateral defence ties.

Suspected Chinese hackers are targeting Indian organisations for intelligence data

Cyber criminals, suspected to be based in China, are targeting organisations in India with the “key strategic goal of collecting intelligence”, cyber security firm FireEye today said. “The campaign’s attacks were also detected in April 2015, about one month ahead of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first state visit to China,” the firm said.

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