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The indigenously upgraded artillery gun Dhanush has successfully completed final user trials and is ready for induction into the Army. Dhanush is an upgraded version of the Swedish Bofors gun procured by India in the mid-1980s.

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Did India vote for the Maldives or Indonesia at the recent elections for the UN Security Council non-permanent seat?

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Efforts to break the logjam over Russian defence deals because of US sanctions have zeroed in on a rupee-rouble transfer as the only way out but both sides are finding it difficult to find banking institutions through which such payments can be routed.

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There is a huge potential for India and Greece to collaborate in areas like infrastructure, supply chain, energy and services, President Ram Nath Kovind has said as he highlighted investment opportunities in India which is striving to become a USD 5 trillion economy and the world's third largest consumer market by 2025.

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The distraught father of Indian Army soldier Aurangzeb demanded revenge for the killing of his son by terrorists in the Valley.

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Who killed Shujaat Bukhari? He was surely not killed by the Indian security forces. He fell to the bullets of Kashmiris who came riding on a motorbike and pumped bullets into his body.

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The year 2018 marks 20 years of India’s nuclear tests in May 1998. There have been a lot of developments over the last 20 years. There is also a school which says that India may have been a nuclear weapon path well before 1998 – at least a year before India started its nuclear weapon pursuits.

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It was supposed to be a happy occasion for the family, with everyone coming home to celebrate Eid. But as they prepared for the festival, a terrible news reached them, their son Aurangzeb, who was on his way home was abducted.

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As the relationship between India and the Maldives nose-dives, it is learnt that Delhi voted against Malé and in favour of Indonesia for a non-permanent seat at the UN Security Council last week.

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The father of the martyred rifleman Aurangzeb Khan has given Prime Minister Narendra Modi 72-hour ultimatum to avenge his son’s brutal killing by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.

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