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India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim remains the only "Indian national" on an updated list of financial sanctions released by the UK which also listed 21 aliases for the underworld don.

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China defended its ally Pakistan on Tuesday after US President Donald Trump said the United States could no longer be silent about Pakistan's "safe havens" for militants and warned it had much to lose by continuing to "harbour terrorists".

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China on Tuesday said there will be “chaos” in the region if it follows India’s “ridiculous” logic and enters Indian territory to disrupt construction projects along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) that Beijing perceives as a security threat.

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The Islamic State claimed on Monday that an Indian suicide bomber killed a “number” of people in an attack in Syria’s north west Raqqa, the de-facto capital of the terror group.

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The explosion of a self-propelled howitzer that killed South Korean soldiers last week has sparked controversy over the reliability of the weapon system designed to counter North Korea’s long-range artillery units across the border.

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Imran Khan, who's in the running to be Pakistan's next Prime Minister, made it abundantly clear on Tuesday what his policy vis-a-vis the US will likely be, with this message: Never again will we fight your wars for you.

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President Donald Trump warned Pakistan on Monday that Washington will no longer tolerate Pakistan offering "safe havens" to extremists.

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At a time when India and China are facing each other in a precarious standoff on the Doklam Plateau, Vietnam gave an indication last week that that it has acquired BrahMos anti-ship cruise missiles from India, a weapon system that has been a priority for Hanoi for some time now.

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Experts speaking at a roundtable discussion hosted by the Centre for International Strategic Studies (CISS) feared Monday that revision of nuclear doctrine by India would exacerbate Pakistan’s security concerns and undermine South Asia’s deterrence-based stability.

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After Bhutan, Sri Lanka is hedging its bet on China by creating a situation which might enable India to expand its presence in the island nation.

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Days after releasing the bizarre racist '7 sins of India' video, China is back a new anti-India video. But this time, it's relatively placid with a few praises also thrown in.

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US President Donald Trump is mulling over cutting off all military aid to Pakistan because 'Washington is being ripped off by Islamabad', claims a Foreign Policy report.

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The Shopian Police along with 62 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) and 18th bn Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on Monday arrested a Hizbul militant from Jammu and Kashmir's Zainapora village.

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Adding more teeth to its amphibious warfare capabilities, the Navy on Monday inducted a landing craft utility ship which will be deployed for a variety of activities including transporting battle tanks and other heavy weapons systems.

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Pakistan military on Monday said that India cannot label Kashmiri separatists as terrorists. Chief military spokesman major general Asif Ghafoor told a news conference here that India wanted to “label the ongoing freedom movement in Kashmir as terrorism.

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Hundred per cent foreign direct investment in defence manufacturing has been termed the need of the hour with senior government officials pushing for the inclusion and participation of foreign companies in the manufacture of military transport aircraft, battle tanks and armoured vehicles.

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Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd’s (HAL’s) most lucrative cash cow, the Sukhoi-30MKI, is running dry. With only 35 Su-30MKI fighters left to deliver to the Indian Air Force (IAF) out of the 222 that HAL has been contracted to build, its Nashik production line, which builds 12 Su-30MKIs per year, would fall idle by March 31, 2020.

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So I came across THIS 2015 news report, some days ago. A piece that I found ‘very’ interesting. The headline is catchy enough – ‘UN peacekeepers refused to help as aid workers were raped in South Sudan’.

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