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Describing the situation along Indo-Pak border as “tense”, Director General of Border Security Forces K K Sharma on Thursday said that he asked his troops to retaliate with “full force” and “teach them a lesson”.

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The Indian Army is planning to induct a third-generation missiles system for its Russian make T-90 tank. The upgrade of the existing T-90 tank missile system was in the pipeline and in different stages of trial evaluation, a senior officer of the Armoured Corps Centre and School (ACC&S), told Times of India.

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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) of Pakistan General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that Pakistan and Sri Lanka are probably the only two countries that understand what they take to defeat the menace of terrorism.

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Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who last week claimed that there had been reduction in the number of Chinese soldiers in Doklam plateau, said on Wednesday the bonhomie between India and China had returned, even though the Army was prepared for all eventualities.

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Chinese technicians were spotted near the Pakistan border post in Jannat Gul, opposite Bikaner. According to intelligence input, 4-5 Chinese officials were seen at the Pakistan post in Jannat Gul.

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Months after the Doklam crisis when Indian and Chinese soldiers came eye to eye, the People's Liberation Army has begun making use of advanced technology all along the Sino-India border.

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The Indian Army is all set to test the DRDO-made 155 mm 52-calibre advanced towed artillery gun system (ATAGS) in Sikkim. It would be the first high-altitude test of the indigenously-manufactured howitzer.

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Pakistani troops opened fire at Indian posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district on Tuesday evening, injuring an Army Captain, officials said.

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The Jammu and Kashmir government will construct 14,460 bunkers at a cost of Rs 415.73 crore, within three kms along the Line of Control (LoC) and International Border (IB) in the Jammu region, as the Centre had given its nod in this regard, it said today.

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The government on Tuesday gave its nod for the procurement of assault rifles and carbines worth Rs 3,547 crore to meet the immediate requirement of troops deployed on the borders on a "fast track basis", the defence ministry said.

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