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With the US waiver for India’s acquisition of the Russian S-400 Triumf missile systems hanging in the balance, New Delhi has kicked off the formal process for yet another mega defence deal with Washington as a sweetener for the Trump administration.

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India was committed to a peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific region, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday as he called for enhancing multilateral cooperation, economic and cultural ties among member nations at the 13th East Asia Summit in Singapore.

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In a long overdue move, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has issued a series of orders between June and September 2018, extending the purchase preference policy notified by the government in June last year to the local suppliers of 109 items.

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Four lakh defence employees working with 41 ordnance factories, naval docks, army and air force workshops and other productions units that form the backbone of the armed forces’ are readying themselves for a massive three-day protest in January between 23 and 25. And, as a token gesture, they boycotted lunch on Tuesday.

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Army chief general Bipin Rawat on Monday said there was little possibility of direct talks between the government and separatists or terrorists in Kashmir, but they could approach the interlocutor, Dineshwar Sharma, who had been appointed for the purpose.

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India said nuclear power remains an important option to meet the challenges of increased energy demand, address concerns about climate change and ensure energy supply security.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan-led Pakistan government must to do some soul searching on India’s legitimate concerns to make way for a process of engagement on Kashmir, National Conference leader Omar Abdullah has said.

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A UK police force on Saturday launched a hunt for vandals who attacked a newly-inaugurated Indian war memorial in the town of Smethwick in the West Midlands region of England.

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An Ariana Afghan Airlines flight from Delhi airport was today stopped from taking off and the plane cordoned off after its pilot sent a hijack alert. The captain later said the alarm had been sent by mistake.

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United States Vice President Mike Pence is expected to discuss freedom of navigation and overflight with Prime Minister Narendra Modi when the two meet in Singapore next week.

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