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He’s known as India’s ‘Missile Man’ but Dr G. Satheesh Reddy, chairman of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is not someone who will rest on his past laurels.

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In a desperate bid to ward off Indian interests, Pakistan has changed the name of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) from 'Azad Kashmir' to Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Services. It is being reported that the status quo of the region is likely to be affected following its name change.

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A standing committee on defence of the Pakistan Senate has stated that the Pakistan army is working in “deplorable” conditions in the Siachen glacier. The committee report was released in September this year.

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Raking up the Kashmir issue as an “unfinished agenda” of partition, Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Thursday accused India of “jeopardising” regional peace through “consistent” ceasefire violations.

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China has said that positive effects of the second informal summit between President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are gradually showing and it is keen to promote defence and security cooperation with India for regional peace and stability.

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Claiming that India did not want to continue the process of negotiations with Islamabad and reduce tensions, Pakistan's ex-Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Monday warned India of severe consequences in case of a surgical strike on his country.

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The first vessel in the Pakistani Naval Forces’ Agosta 90B Class Submarine Modernisation Project, which provided Turkey with the first export in submarine design and engineering services, will be launched this month.

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State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Governor Reza Baqir has said that the country's authorities are successful working on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) policy.

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India and Pakistan on Sunday exchanged for the 26th consecutive year the list of their nuclear installations under a bilateral agreement that prohibits them from attacking each other‘s atomic facilities.

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Narendra Modi is credited with turning India’s Look East into Act East. One of his latest acts in the east has been to give an old Kilo-class submarine, Sindhuvir, to Myanmar. The boat was repaired and refitted recently at Vizag, and the Burmese are commissioning it on Christmas eve.

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There is an alignment of America's strategic interest with India, US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Friday as he identified China, followed by Russia, as Pentagon's top two challenges in the coming years.

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In his first remarks since he retired earlier this year, former Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa has said that India was on the verge of escalating the conflict along the Line of Control (LoC) had the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) struck targets on Indian territory a day after the IAF strike on Balakot on February 26 this year.

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Stating that threats to national security are becoming more and more complex, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Saturday advocated a "leaner and meaner force" which can secure quick victories.

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The message of the Balakot air strike was to tell the Pakistani establishment and terrorist organisations that there will be a cost to pay for terror attacks in India which was effectively conveyed, said former Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa.

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Reliance Industries on Friday said its wholly-owned subsidiary Reliance Strategic Business Ventures Ltd (RSBVL) has acquired over 51 per cent stake in Asteria Aerospace for Rs 23.12 crore.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday interacted with Indian Air Force personnel in Kanpur and the nation is proud of their services.

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A top American diplomat responsible for monitoring international religious freedom has said that the US is concerned about the implications of the new citizenship law in India, while expressing hope that the government will abide by its constitutional commitments.

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With an eye on China, and as part of its effort to maintain peace and rule of law in the Indo-Pacific region, a top Congressional committee has sought to bring three democratic countries of the region - India, Japan and South Korea - at par with its 'Five Eyes' for intelligence sharing.

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