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Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Thursday accused the Indian government of engaging in a "witch-hunt" and putting pressure on the Interpol to issue a red corner notice against him.

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Warships are a key part of a navy’s surface fleet and come in a variety of shapes and sizes depending on their capabilities and functions. Two common types of warship used in most navies are frigates and destroyers. What is the difference between these two vessels?

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The Indian Army, in order to stock up on ammunition in a sensitive environment, has set about constructing caves and semi-underground tunnels at mountain ranges near the northern border.

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Lt Gen K J S Dhillon Wednesday said after the Pulwama terror attack the security forces launched an offensive against the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in the valley, resulting in a situation where no one is willing to take up the leadership of the outfit.

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The US Department of State has informed India it will not be seeking to extend sanctions on the Chabahar port project, in which India has heavily invested — both financially and diplomatically.

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Light combat aircraft Tejas built by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, which was displayed recently in Malaysia, garnered a very good response form the government of Malaysia, director general of life sciences, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Ajay Kumar Singh said here on Wednesday.

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Allegations about whether or not Anil Ambani had struck a deal to enter the defence business with the blessings of the PMO prior to Prime Minister Modi’s visit to France in April 2015 have so far drawn attention to the Indian side of Rafale negotiations which followed.

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“The strategic-surprise” of the Balakot airstrikes by the Indian Air Force in the Khyber Phaktunwa region of Pakistan on February 26 was “complete and total” despite Pakistan being on high alert, according to a report on “the lessons learnt” from the . . .

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Kazakhstan, the world’s largest producer of uranium, is looking at scaling up its supply of the key energy source to India from 5,000 tonnes during 2015-19 to more than 7,500 tonnes over the next five years, Kazakh ambassador Bulat Sarsenbayev said on Wednesday.

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An Indian Air Force review of its February 26 air strike on Balakot in Pakistan has shown that its aircraft hit five of six designated mean point of impact (DMPI) on buildings in the Jaish-e-Mohammad terror training complex.

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Chinese naval officers were treated to chole bhature, an Indian preparation made of chickpeas and served with bread made of white flour on the side, on board Indian Navy's INS Shakti during the international fleet review at Qingdao.

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As part of the steady increase in Indo-Japanese military-to-military cooperation, two Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) P-3C long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft arrived at the naval airbase INS Hansa in Goa where they will participate in a joint exercise with the Indian Navy.

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When Russia announced last week that it was awarding its highest civilian honour, the Order of St Andrew the Apostle, to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, more than a few eyebrows went up in surprise.

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The Indian Army has eliminated 41 terrorists after the February 14 Pulwama attack, General Officer Commanding (GOC) of 15 Corps, Lt. Gen KJS Dhillon, said on Wednesday.

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Deputy Defence Minister of Sri Lanka, Ruwan Wijewardene has said people in Sri Lanka need to be more vigilant in the aftermath of the terror attack that killed around 359 people.

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China's massive naval parade at Qingdao on April 23 to mark the 70th anniversary of the creation of the People's Liberation Army Navy turned out to be an anti-climax as smog played spoilsport.

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At least 10 militants, who had crossed over to Pakistan, set up businesses across the border with the active aid of ISI and were involved in the recently suspended cross LoC trade to provide funds to terrorists and separatists in Jammu and Kashmir, officials said.

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The arrest of Yasin Malik, the chief of the JKLF led to condemnation by several persons including former Jammu and Kashmir chief minster, Mehbooba Mufti and also the foreign office of Pakistan.

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