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Floods and landslides in Sri Lanka have killed at least 91 people while more than 100 are missing after torrential rain, officials said on Friday, as soldiers fanned out in boats and in helicopters to help with rescue operations.

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In a bid to increase the complexity of an annual bilateral naval drill with India, the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) made an inaugural deployment of its F-15SG multirole fighter aircraft in the exercise alongside surface ships from the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN).

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Indian Navy frigate INS Ganga will be placed in non-operational category from May 28, followed by decommissioning, after 32 years of service.

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The government is exploring the possibility of setting up a tsunami early warning system (TWS) in the South China Sea, which has been witnessing growing Chinese assertiveness.

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Much has been written by experts on the perceived isolation of India at the recent Belt and Road conference in China. One set of strategic analysts suggest that we could have effectively voiced our concerns at the conference rather than refusing to attend.

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Private companies will be manufacturing four landing platform dock (LPD) or amphibious ships with the technological help of their foreign partners.

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The five dams forming the North Indus River Cascade that China has just promised to finance and build in Pakistan -- including Pakistan-administered Kashmir -- has the potential to generate over 22,000 MW in an energy-starved country.

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India which is conducting major naval drills with Singapore in the disputed South China Sea has "reneged" on its promise not to provoke China on the sensitive issue, a Chinese military expert said today.

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French planemaker Dassault Aviation SA hopes to start talks with India by the end of the year for additional sales of its Rafale fighter jet, before full negotiations in 2018, Chief Executive Eric Trappier said in Geneva on Sunday.

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The worst-case scenario confronting India’s national security is a two front war. The adversaries will mobilize over the land and as such these wars will be characterized by air-land battles. Unlike its adversaries though, India has the advantage of utilizing its naval resources for communications, intelligence and . . . .

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