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India may be invited to join the G-7 grouping if proposals by the US and the UK for its expansion are accepted by the other five members —- Germany, Italy, Canada, Japan and France.

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Great changes are witnessed in history on rare occasions. 2014 was such a time for India when it saw momentous changes in its political history. At that time, people wanted to get rid of an incapable and corrupt government.

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India will not let its "pride be hurt" in its latest border flareup with China but is determined to settle the dispute through talks between the giant neighbours, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said.

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Aglobally-renowned strategic and international security expert, Ashley J Tellis fears that the Ladakh faceoff between India and China could well escalate into an armed conflict between the two Asian giants.

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India on Thursday asserted that it is engaging bilaterally with Beijing based on five established mechanisms to address border issues between the two sides thereby making it clear that it is not open to US President Donald Trump’s offer . . .

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To be self-reliant, the government’s announcement on May 16 virtually banning defence imports — a boost for Make in India — and allowing 74 per cent FDI in JV through the automatic route, . . .

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Minutes after India issued a stern response China and Nepal amid the ongoing standoff with the Indian Armed Forces at the Line of Actual Control and the border dispute respectively, 'Naya' Pakistan's Prime Minister . . .

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Despite his tensions with Beijing, US President Donald Trump has offered to "mediate or arbitrate" the border dispute between India and China as the situation heated up with threats from both Beijing and Islamabad.

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India has pushed in high altitude warfare troops with support elements to the eastern Ladakh theatre to counter Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) aggressive posture designed to browbeat the government . . .

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The armies of India and China are continuing their standoff along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh.

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High-level Indian and Chinese military commanders have met at designated points along the LAC (line of actual control) on May 22nd and May 23rd to defuse the current situation in Eastern Ladakh.

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After detailed discussions within the security establishment, it has been decided that India must match Chinese mobilisation and not stop road construction on its side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Ladakh region, top sources told India Today TV.

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India is witnessing its worst-ever border tensions since the Kargil battle in 1999, with China bringing forward at least 5,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.

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President of the Republic of Uganda President Yoweri K Museveni on Saturday commissioned the 'war-game center' at the Uganda Senior Command and Staff College in Kimaka, Jinja District.

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In a move that has seriously displeased India and tightened ecomomic relations with China, Pakistan has awarded a contract to a Chinese-Pakistani joint venture to build a dam in the long-disputed Kashmir region.

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