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Baloch leader Mazdak Dilshad who was in Gujarat's Vadodara on Sunday, asserted that Baloch people are awaiting the support of the international community in connection to their human rights' violation and mass genocide by the Pakistani Army.

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There is evidence that fake currency presses beyond India are catching up with the post-demonetisation scenario in India.

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Pakistan is leaving no stone unturned in its attempt to somehow palm off the technically inferior fighter aircraft JF-17 to a hapless Sri Lankan Air Force (SLAF).

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Days after Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched 104 satellites on a single rocket, Chinese state media lauded India for its achievement saying that Beijing could learn a 'number of lessons' from its neighbouring country.

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India was the world’s largest importer of major arms between 2012–16, accounting for 13 per cent of the global total sales, according to a new data released by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), an independent institute that tracks arms proliferation among other issues in conflict studies.

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As the US-China relationship becomes fraught with tension, Asia is doing what it does best — looking for balancing powers to hedge against both an aggressive China and an uncertain America.

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India has sanctioned a soft loan of 340 million US dollar to Nepal for various infrastructure development programmes.

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Indian Coast Guard Ship Ayush, the last in the series of 20 Fast Patrol Vessels (FPVs), designed and indigenously built by M/s Cochin Shipyard Limited, was commissioned on Saturday.

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Battlelines are set to be drawn among top global players and their Indian partners for a $20-$25-billion Indian Air Force order to make multi-role fighter jets in the country.

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The Indian armed forces are likely to see a major overhaul in the coming months, if media reports are to be believed. The armed forces have briefed the government on the creation of ‘theatre commands’ for better coordination among the three services.

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Former President Pervaiz Musharraf said that Afghan Intelligence Agency, NDS is playing in Indian hands and is being used as a tool for facilitating and promoting groups involved in terrorist attacks in Pakistan.

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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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One does not require the wisdom of the great American naval historian Alfred Mahan or British admiral Julian Corbett to state the obvious: no nation can aspire to be a sea power without producing its fighting ships indigenously.

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While the European Space Agency (ESA)'s Gaia satellite mission is on its multi-dimensional space probe, mapping a billion stars in our Milky Way Galaxy, ESA's Senior Scientific Advisor Mark McCaughrean reveals ESA's plan for further collaboration with ISRO in space missions.

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Jet Airways flight 9W 118, carrying 330 passengers and travelling to London from Mumbai, was intercepted by fighter jets on February 16 after it lost contact with air traffic control above German airspace, causing a huge security scare.

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A debate is raging between the defence ministry and military headquarters over whether spouses of the army, navy or air force chiefs should be allowed to travel with them on an official visit abroad.

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Six countries in Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East consider buying Russia’s new Sukhoi Su-30MKI fighter jets armed with BrahMos cruise missiles, BrahMos Aerospace representative Previn Pahtak told Sputnik.

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India's space agency certainly seems to be on a trajectory to amaze. After stealing the headlines worldwide this week for launching 104 satellites with a single rocket, the Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO has successful tested the country's largest cryogenic engine for a full 10 minutes.

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