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It would be a "mistake" for India to view Pakistan with the eye of pre-partition and its desire for peace should not be misconstrued as a sign of weakness, President Arif Alvi said on Saturday as Islamabad displayed its military might on the National Day.

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Defence contractors, who have been fighting to get their bills—for work that has been completed—cleared from the ministry of defence (MoD) say that the amount has now crossed the Rs 2,000 crore-mark as they feared, affecting hundreds of firms and impacting key projects.

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India has a number of defence training institutions to train the youth for military services. There are many academies and colleges to train professional soldiers in strategies and techniques of the military along with warfare command, military sciences, and related technology.

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In a major victory for the forces, the Indian Army gunned down 12 Pakistan Army soldiers, including two officers on Thursday in retaliation of continued ceasefire violation by the neighbouring forces along the Line of Control (LoC).

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There was no room for "jihadi outfits and jihadi culture" in Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said amidst intense global pressure on his government to rein in the terrorist outfits operating from its soil after the Pulwama attack.

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India and Pakistan came perilously close to firing missiles at each other on February 27, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi deciding to up the ante after the capture of MiG-21 Bison pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman by Pakistan, and . . .

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A 12-year-old boy who was mercilessly used as a human shield by two terrorists even as emotional family members made several appeals to them to release him during a gunfight with security forces, was killed in Kashmir’s Bandipora on Friday.

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In a surprise move, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote to his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan conveying his greetings on the eve of its National Day.

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India’s BrahMos missile for Chile! The armed forces of Chile have reached out to India and expressed their interest in buying the buying the BrahMos missile a joint venture of India-Russia.

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The first batch of Dhanush artillery guns referred to as 'Desi Bofors' will be inducted in the Indian Army on March 26. By the end of the year, a regiment comprising 18 guns are likely to be pressed into action.

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