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Terrorism has emerged as one of the means of waging war in the contemporary world and it threatens to engulf the planet in a carnage similar to the one witnessed during the two World Wars, India has said, calling for global action to defeat the scourge.

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The Pakistan Air Force now faces serious difficulties. Its frontline fighter, the JF-17, developed with the help of the Chinese, has maintenance problems that are getting worse every day.

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India’s readiness to sustain the enhanced troop deployment of nearly 50,000 in Ladakh amid the seven-month-long military tussle in harsh winters at heights more than 14,000 feet has prompted China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) . . .

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Three days after Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla returned from Kathmandu last week, where he sought to smoothen the spat caused by Nepal’s decision to incorporate Indian territories in a new map among other issues, . . .

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One of the most radical proposals in a recently completed Indian Navy report on a new, integrated Maritime Theatre Command is its commander-in-chief (C-in-C).

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The recovery of tunnels and drones along the India-Pakistan border is proof of the hostility of the neighbouring country towards India, Union minister Nityanand Rai said on Tuesday.

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India is accelerating plans to develop an air-launched swarm drone system designed to attack enemy advanced air defences, like the ones deployed by China across the Ladakh border, thereby greatly reducing vulnerability of pilots and fighter . . .

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India is considering a plan to build a 10 gigawatts (GW) hydropower project in a remote eastern state, an Indian official said on Tuesday, following reports that China could construct dams on a section of the Brahmaputra river.

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China and Pakistan on Monday signed a new memorandum of understanding to boost their already close military relations, as China’s Defence Minister and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) General Wei Fenghe visited the headquarters . . .

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After creating tension along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, China recently claimed that COVID-19 originated in India. Now, a rattled Chinese government is trying to build a major dam on Brahmaputra river to control water supply.

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It appears the Chinese soldiers are not being able to withstand the harsh winters of the eastern Ladakh sector as they are being rotated on a daily basis at the forward positions, whereas Indian troops are staying for longer periods . . .

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The India-China standoff is continuing through the winter. Despite eight rounds of talks, no end appears on the horizon. The dispute remains on the sequence and methodology of disengagement.

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India on Monday did not join the other members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in backing China’s "One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) which is also known as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), President Xi Jinping’s flagship . . .

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Amid a spike in ceasefire violations and terror tunnels being detected along the borders, a Pakistani fighter jet flew very close to the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district on Monday morning.

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India’s Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) said on 27 November that, at a recent meeting it had given its approval for first concrete to be poured for the twin units of Gorakhpur Haryana Anu Vidyut nuclear power plant.

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