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In a first,two women officers have been selected to join as ‘Observers’ (Airborne Tacticians) in the Indian Navy’s helicopter stream that would ultimately pave the way for women being posted in frontline warships.

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The UAE-based small arms manufacturer Caracal on Monday stated they are committed to the 'Make in India' initiative to fast-track the supply of 93,895 CAR 816 assault rifles.

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China, after trying to change the status quo along LAC, has now encroached into Nepalese territory that could cast a shadow over ties between the ruling Communist party in Nepal and Beijing.

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The country’s latest fighter jets, the omni-role Rafales, have now begun to fly in the skies over Ladakh amid the ongoing almost five-month long military confrontation with China in the high-altitude region.

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Post the military flare-up at Galwan Valley, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has mobilised four out of five of its military theatre commands with reports suggesting that live firing drills and exercises from the East China Sea, . . .

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The Chinese won’t change. Just like the leopard, the Chinese don’t change their spots.

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A meeting between military commanders of India and China is currently underway near the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control to defuse tension along the de facto border between the two neighbours.

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In a major embarrassment for the Imran Khan-led government on Sunday, former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif exposed the military establishment's complete interference in the democratic process.

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Pakistan on Sunday said the diplomat proposed by India as the next acting head of the Indian mission in Islamabad is too senior for the post even as it sought to link bilateral relations to the resolution of the Kashmir issue.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a high-level meeting to mark 75th anniversary of the United Nations and the General Debate next week and the vision he outlines will be truly significant, . . .

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The Indian Army has occupied six new heights on the China border in the past 20 days, beating the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) which wanted to occupy them to dominate the Indian positions.

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In recent times, the world has witnessed an escalation in China's territorial aggression on all sides of its border. China's expansionist designs continue to haunt all-weather ally Nepal too, as it has encroached on yet another part of the country.

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China has adopted an aggressive posture against India to stop New Delhi from building defence infrastructure along the border, the absence of which gives Beijing a strategic advantage, a top Indian-American lawmaker has said.

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India’s Border Security Force (BSF) and Bangladesh’s Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) have decided to work together to ensure that incidents of deaths on the Indo-Bangladesh border can be decreased . . .

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There was a movie, possibly Indiana Jones, where a martial arts warrior entered to do battle with the cowboy. After watching him prance around and utter threatening shouts, . . .

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Indian Army established a free of cost GSM based PCO for the villagers of Mago-Chuna in distant areas of East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh.

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A recent report on Khalistan has triggered an intense debate on Khalistan issues and exposed the Pakistani connection to the terror nexus.

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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) said on Saturday that it has busted an al Qaeda module and arrested nine people who were allegedly planning to carry out major terror strikes in India at the direction of their Pakistan-based handler.

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