Aug 11

India, Japan, Australia and US participate in military drills off Australian coast

The navies of India, Japan, the US, and Australia are holding war exercises off the coast of Australia. The drills known as the Malabar Exercise are designed to improve the abilities of the naval forces to work together. Officials say they’re not pointed towards any one country – even as the four nations participating in it are part of the Quad grouping.  Ishan Garg has more from New Delhi.