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Reuters India's buying drones from the u.s. thg nation is growing increasingly concerned at regular forays by Chinese naval ships and submarines in the Indian Ocean and India is expected to splurge around 2.2 billion pounds on 22 unmanned machines to boost its surveillance of the nation's fleet u.s. President Donald Trump has approved the sale but the transaction still needs to be signed off Pandya is becoming weary of China harsh pant from Indian think-tank The Observer Research Foundation told CNBC the General Atomics Guardian drones were the world's most advanced maritime reconnaissance drones and can help India track the movement of Chinese warships with its multimode maritime radar and Dhruva Jaishankar foreign policy fellow at Brookings India told CNBC unmanned vehicles like those whose sail has been proposed by the United States would allow India to monitor activities in the region much better clearly there are concerns about the militarization of the Indian Ocean including the increased presence of China's People's Liberation Army Navy defense ties between India and the u.s. have expanded rapidly in the last decade with New Delhi moving away from traditional supplier Russia military experts say US weapons transfers aim to bolster Indian capabilities to develop a counterweight against China's growing assertiveness the Indian Air Force has also asked for 90 armed Avenger Predator drones that experts say could be deployed for cross-border strikes such as targeting militant camps India says exist on Pakistan's side of disputed Kashmir US defense secretary Jim mattis held talks with Indian leaders on Tuesday where he vowed to jointly stamp out militant sanctuaries and get greater involvement from India in helping to stabilize Afghanistan it comes as mr. Trump's administration steps up pressure on Pakistan for more action against militant groups operating from its soil that are blamed for attacks in both countries Wednesday July 26th 2017 a Chinese warship operates a live-fire drill during the joint si 2017 in Baltic Sea Islamabad denies giving material support to the militants and instead accuses its archrival of trying to use Afghanistan as a base for anti pakistan activities but mr mattis the administration's first cabinet official to visit India said the two countries would work together to fight terrorism he said there can be no tolerance of terrorist safe havens as global leaders India and the United States resolved to work together to eradicate this scourge [Applause]

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REUTERSIndia is buying drones from the USThe nation is growing increasingly concerned at regular forays by Chinese naval ships and submarines in the Indian Ocean. And India is expected to splurge around £2.2 billion on 22 unmanned machines to boost its surveillance of the nations fleet. US President Donald Trump has approved the sale but the transaction still needs to be signed off. PAIndia is becoming wary of ChinaHarsh Pant from Indian think tank the Observer Research Foundation told CNBC the General Atomics Guardian drones were the worlds most advanced maritime reconnaissance drones and can help India track the movement of Chinese warships with its multimode maritime radar. And Dhruva Jaishankar, foreign policy fellow at Brookings India told CNBC Unmanned vehicles, like those whose sale has been proposed by the United States, would allow India to monitor activities in the region much better. Clearly, there are concerns about the militarisation of the Indian Ocean, including the increased presence of Chinas Peoples Liberation Army Navy. Defence ties between India and the US have expanded rapidly in the last decade with New Delhi moving away from traditional supplier Russia. Military experts say US weapons transfers aim to bolster Indian capabilities to develop a counterweight against Chinas growing assertiveness. The Indian air force has also asked for 90 armed Avenger Predator drones that experts say could be deployed for crossborder strikes, such as targeting militant camps India says exist on Pakistans side of disputed Kashmir. US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis held talks with Indian leaders on Tuesday where he vowed to jointly stamp out militant sanctuaries and get greater involvement from India in helping to stabilise Afghanistan. It comes as Mr Trumps administration steps up pressure on Pakistan for more action against militant groups operating from its soil that are blamed for attacks in both countries. Wed, July 26, 2017 A Chinese warship operates a livefire drill during the Joint Sea 2017 in Baltic Sea Islamabad denies giving material support to the militants and instead accuses its archrival of trying to use Afghanistan as a base for antiPakistan activities. But Mr Mat…
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