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After internal differences between Sri Lankan president and prime minister spilled over into ties with India, the country’s prime minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe discussed the current status of India-funded development projects with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on Saturday.

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More than 56 years after India's war with China, villagers of Arunachal Pradesh have received nearly Rs 38 crore as compensation for the land acquired by the Army to set up its bases, bunkers and barracks.

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India never eyes anyone else's territory but will hit back with "double the force" if its sovereignty is ever challenged, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Sunday at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of proclamation of the Azad Hind government by Subhas Chandra Bose.

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Headline grabbing big-ticket defence deals make news whenever Indian PM Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet for an annual summit relegating other important aspects to the background.

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India on Saturday (October 20) rejected reports in Pakistani media that New Delhi has refused "permission" to Pakistan from inspecting water projects being built on the River Chenab.

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In a major embarrassment for Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu a video has surfaced in which a cop from Pakistan Police is provoking the Sikhs to revolt against India. In the video, the cop can be heard urging the Sikhs to rise against the oppression.

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When the United Nations Human Rights Office published a report on Kashmir earlier this year, calling for an inquiry into "multiple violations", it evoked sharp rebuttals from the Indian administration.

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War is not an act of senseless passion, but is controlled by political objective,” said military theorist Carl von Clausewitz.

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India is soon expected to float a fresh tender to build 12 mine-counter measure vessels (MCMVs), popularly called minesweepers, in collaboration with a foreign shipyard under a ?32,640 crore programme, one of the costliest projects under the Make in India initiative, said a top government official familiar with the development.

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India is continuing to engage with the US and all other stakeholders regarding the S-400 missile deal with Russia and import of crude oil from Iran following Washington's sanctions on Moscow and Tehran, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Thursday.

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