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After acquiring tanks, combat aircrafts and howitzers to counter the numerous hardships that come with manning India's border with China, Indian soldiers are now working on overcoming their biggest barrier: language.

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Nearly three decades after the controversial Howitzers, manufactured by Bofors, became the mainstay of heavy artillery for the Indian Army, two indigenously developed towed artillery are now in advanced stages of trials to replace them.

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THREE days after Army Chief General Bipin Rawat warned that protesters who obstruct anti-militancy operations in Kashmir Valley will be treated as “overground workers of terrorists”, protesters on Saturday reportedly forced the forces to call off an anti-militancy operation in south Kashmir.

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Acknowledging that the hostile conduct of locals was causing higher casualties in the Kashmir valley, Army chief Bipin Rawat warned those attacking security forces during anti-militancy operations of "tough action".

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A day after an Islamic State+ group (IS) bomber killed nearly 80 pilgrims at Pakistan's most famous Sufi shrine+ in Sindh, security forces claimed to have eliminated around 100 militants in a countrywide crackdown.

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As politics heats up after Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar backed Army chief General Bipin Rawat's remark that Kashmiri youths creating hurdles in counter-terror operations or displaying Pakistan or ISIS flags would be treated as anti-national, there are fresh . . . . .

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The Pakistan port city of Karachi is a hub of anti-India jihadist groups and criminals who often enjoy the support of the Pakistani army, says a report released by the Brussels-based think tank, International Crisis Group.

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Mainstream politicians as well as separatists in Kashmir have criticized army chief General Bipin Rawat’s statement warning local youth against creating hurdles during anti militancy operations even as the government came to his defence.

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Tata Motors is among the frontrunners for the Defence Ministry’s ₹60,000-crore Futuristic Infantry Combat Vehicle (FICV) programme.

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It was a special day for both Indian and US Air Force as skydivers of the two nations together jumped from 7,000 feet on Wednesday. These were combat controllers and paramedical skydivers.

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