This report provides an assessment of India's science and technology (S&T) literature based on use of advanced textual data mining (TDM) tools and procedures. The assessment identifies the S&T core competencies of India, and provides a comparison of representative competencies with other select countries. The TDM process uses computational linguistics to identify main research thrusts, the volume of research output in main research thrusts, and the relative quality of select major thrusts. Aggregate publication and citation bibliometrics were identified, and hierarchical taxonomies were generated for Indian research. Additionally, bibliometrics and thematic trends were identified for the past two decades. The work was performed in support of an overall Office of Naval Research and Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division effort to apply new systematic TDM approaches for assessing both national and international S&T investment trends under Contract No.: N00178-04-D-4032. (DO) 0002. The following paragraphs describe the overall structure of the report. Section 1: INTRODUCTION-states the primary objectives and provides background information on the overall approach used to assess India's S&T literature. Section 2: OVERALL APPROACH-provides discussion on the approach used to assess India's S&T literature. Section 3: BIBLIOMETRICS APPROACH and RESULTS-provides detailed discussion on the bibliometric approach and analysis results.