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For the soldiers on the Line of Actual Control, facing Chinese People’s Liberation Army troops barely 300 to 500 metres away and those in posts on the Line of Control, new weapons are coming.

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Over the last couple of years, India and Russia's relations have reached new heights. Growing cooperation in the field of defense and energy along with shared perception to an “equitable and multipolar world order” . . .

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India and Israel have been traditionally secretive about defence and security cooperation between their respective governments and industry.

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India will fire if there is any attempt to overrun or mob troops and there will no longer be any primitive fighting on the Line of Actual Control with batons or stones, China has been told, according to a top government official.

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Leading global civil society groups held an event on the sidelines of UN Human Rights Council meet in Geneva on challenges from cross-border terror in Jammu and Kashmir and its impact on socio-economic development.

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A political activist from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir has demanded the United Nations to declared Belt and Road Initiative projects between China and Pakistan as illegal.

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China's two aircraft carriers Liaoning and Shandong have completed routine training and sea trials, a spokesperson for the Ministry of National Defence said on Thursday.

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As many as 10 Rafale fighters have been handed over to India so far, on schedule despite the pandemic, which is a remarkable performance. Five have been ferried to India, the next five could arrive soon depending on IAF’s schedule.

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Raising voice against the atrocities by Pakistan on the people of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK), activist Sajjad Raja broke down in tears as he appealed to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) . . .

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The 155x52 mm advanced towed artillery gun system (ATAGS), claimed to have the world’s longest range of 48km, suffered a barrel burst during trials last week.

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The government is working on an "ambitious" plan to gradually withdraw border guarding forces like the BSF, the ITBP and the SSB from internal security duties in order to strengthen protection . . .

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The recent understandings between India and China — by the foreign ministers in Moscow on September 10 and military commanders on Tuesday — are intended to begin the process of a limited disengagement . . .

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India-made helicopters are fully geared to support troops deployed at forward posts through the winter season in Ladakh, with two new types of choppers also proving their worth during recent flights at the high altitude cold desert.

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In a report referring to the Rafale fighter jet deal, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has pointed out that the transfer of high-end technology as part of the offsets deal had not been completed, . . .

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When Tenzin Nyima was growing up in India’s western Himalayan region of Ladakh, his parents, worried about his strongheaded ways, sought out a local oracle for guidance.

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The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is preparing to acquire 30 General Atomics MQ-9B Guardian drones from the United States, in a deal valued at approximately $3 billion (Rs 22,000 crore).

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Webley & Scott (W&S), the iconic British firearms manufacturing company, will soon set up its gun production unit in Uttar Pradesh.

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Central Asias biggest state Kazakhstan has proposed to establish a special multilateral body – the International Agency for Biological Safety to control threat of biological weapons.

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