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Countering the opposition attack on the BJP-led government over instances of mob lynching, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the 1984 anti-Sikh riot was “biggest” such incident.

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Launching a tirade over the opening of a Free Balochistan office in India, Pakistan has warned the latter against interfering in the former's internal matters, reports said.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hit back at Congress President Rahul Gandhi for accusations against the government on national security issues and asked him to abstain from ''childish statements" such as describing surgical strikes as 'jumla" (rhetoric slogan).

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US sanctions against Russian companies have no major impact on the Russian-Indian defense industry cooperation, including negotiations on the supply of Russia’s S-400 Triumf air defense systems to the South Asian country, Russian Ambassador to . . .

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As the Trump administration pushes the sale of American weapons as a key part of its plan to grow the economy, America has already eclipsed its overall defense trade total from last year.

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Central and New Delhi districts have been put under a multi-layer security blanket after a specific terror input received by intelligence agencies that two Khalistani terrorists are headed towards Delhi in an explosive-laden car with an Uttar Pradesh registration number to attack Parliament House.

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Twenty-one nuclear reactors with a total installed capacity of 15,700 MW are currently under construction, the government said today. However, it ruled out increasing the generation capacity of the existing plants.

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The Indian state under the increasing influence of Hindu nationalism is using Hindu pilgrimage sites in order to expand its nationalist project. Can cultural imperialism work where brute force has failed?

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The Supreme Court is hearing a plea, by the Shia Waqf Board chairman, that seeks a ban on hoisting of green flags with crescent and star at buildings and religious places across the country.

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It isn't just the approach of the United Nations’ rights body UNHRC and its recent report that India has found irresponsible. The activities of another UN body, the once-dormant Military Staff Committee (MSC), are also being viewed with suspicion by New Delhi.

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