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US Technology may have been Used to Upgrade PLA Submarines

Bob Corker, the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee criticized China for violating its nuclear cooperation agreement with the United States during a hearing held to discuss the signing of a new agreement with China according to US news website the Washington Free Beacon on May 13. A bilateral nuclear cooperation agreement was signed between the United States and ...

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India’s LCA Tejas Will not be able to Penetrate Enemy Lines

The indigenous Tejas light combat aircraft (LCA) will experience a major handicap in defeating the enemy due to non-availability and poor performance of three electronic warfare instruments, developed by Indian agencies. During the trial, the all-important counter measure dispensing system that protects the aircraft against radar and heat-seeking missiles, could not do its job properly, leaving the jet with poor ...

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South Korea Launches Newest 214-Class Submarine

South Korea unveiled its sixth 1,800-ton-class attack submarine Thursday aimed at boosting its underwater warfare capabilities against North Korea.The launching ceremony for the 214-class submarine, manufactured by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co. and named after revered independence fighter Yu Gwan-sun (1902-1920), will take place in the southern coastal city of Geoje, South Gyeongsang Province, according to the Navy. The ...

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US Develops Supercomputer To Beat China’s Tianhe-2

The United States plans to outclass China’s supercomputer, and it is now looking for a few good semiconductor architectures to help fulfill its ambition. The fastest supercomputer in the world is currently the Chinese Tianhe-2 running at a peak of 55 petaflops on Intel Xeon and Xeon Phi processors. The Collaboration of Oak Ridge, Argonne and Lawrence Livermore (CORAL) project ...

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China Manufactures first Engine used in large and Medium-Sized Drone

The “Rainbow III” drone with a TD0 sample engine had its first successful flight on April. 29, 2015. China is now able to manufacture TD0 light aeroplane engines used in large and medium-sized drones, breaking a technology and market monopoly. This TD0 sample engine was developed by Tianjin University and manufactured by Tianjin University and Chongqing Zongshen Power Machinery. Since ...

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RAW Establishes New Wing Against Pakistan

 Primary Indian intelligence agency “RAW” has formed a special desk or branch to influence China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The chief of Indian intelligence agency Rajinder Khanna, the office of which is located at the Lodhi Road in New Delhi, is personally supervising the activities of RAW in this regard. This would be the second grand operation of RAW after the ...

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Russia, China to Develop Massive Heavy-Lift Helicopter

Russian Helicopters and China’s state aircraft manufacturer AVIC have entered a framework agreement to develop a heavy lift helicopter. Russian Helicopters’ chief executive Alexander Mikheev and AVIC chairman Lin Zuoming signed the deal during a visit to Moscow by Chinese president Xi Jinping, who was present at the ceremony along with Russian president Vladimir Putin. “The manufacture in China of ...

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China Preparing for Drone Warfare

China’s military plans to produce nearly 42,000 land-based and sea-based unmanned weapons and sensor platforms as part of its continuing, large-scale military buildup, the Pentagon’s annual report on the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) disclosed Friday. China currently operates several armed and unarmed drone aircraft and is developing long-range range unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for both intelligence gathering and bombing attacks. ...

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