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Eight years after the project began, the defence ministry has finally given the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) the go-ahead to make 114 Dhanush — the indigenous howitzers designed on the lines of Swedish Bofors. When the plan was envisaged, the original requirement was projected at 414 guns.

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Almost a week after the Pulwama attack, Pakistan Prime minister Imran Khan on Tuesday asked India to provide ‘actionable intelligence’ on any Pakistan hand in the attack and “guaranteed” action in case found credible.

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The man who carried out a suicide bombing which killed 27 members of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards near the border with Pakistan last week was Pakistani, a senior Revolutionary Guards commander said on Tuesday, according to the Tasnim news agency.

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Israel has offered unconditional help to India in defending itself, especially against terrorism, asserting that "there is no limit" to its assistance, an assurance which assumes significance amid demands that the government should consider Israeli-type retaliation to terror strikes.

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When India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) announced last week that it would be revealing a new program at Aero India 2019 called ‘Supersonic Omni Role Trainer Aircraft (SPORT)’ aviation watchers wondered what this was. A new aircraft? A clean sheet jet design?

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Two aircraft of Indian Air Force's Suryakiran Aerobatic Team crashed in Bengaluru today, a day before the opening of the Aero India show, a top police official said. The accident took place at around 11:50 am during a rehearsal session at the Yelahanka airbase in north Bengaluru.

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Pakistan has sought the UN's urgent intervention to "defuse tensions" with India, the Foreign Office said Tuesday, following one of the worst terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir in which over 40 Indian soldiers were killed.

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Typing 'best toilet paper in the world' in Google’s image search shows pictures of Pakistan's national flags as the first few results.

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Rostec Corporation CEO Sergei Chemezov has confirmed that Russia was forced to destroy all delivered to China S-400 missile after a vessel transporting these got caught in a storm.

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Curfew continued in the winter capital Jammu for the fourth consecutive day on Monday following violent anti-Pakistan protests, with authorities likely to relax the restrictions later in the day after reviewing the law and order situation, officials said.

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