President Kovind’s Latin America visit to take India-Chile relations towards new horizons

Chile was the first South American country to sign an International Agreement with India.
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Effective retaliation along LoC! Indian Army gets sniper rifles to counter Pakistan ceasefire violations

Continuing its effort to modernise the Indian Army, the government will also purchase over 6,500 sniper rifles


Operation Shayata: Indian Navy to provide humanitarian aid to cyclone-hit Mozambique

Cyclone 'IDAI' made landfall at Beira, on 15th March and the ships diverted to help included INS Sujata, ICGS Sarathi and INS Shardul which are providing help to the administration there.

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Indian Air Force gets more wings: Lethal Chinook copters to be formally inducted in IAF on Monday

The helicopters made in the US came to India in semi knocked down (SKD) condition and were reassembled in India, and re-tested before being formally sent to their base in Chandigarh.

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Crackdown on separatists! Govt bans Yasin Malik’s Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front under anti-terror law

Its chief Yasin Malik is under arrest and at present lodged in Jammu's Kot Balwal jail.

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BrahMos in demand! Chile eyes Indo-Russian missile; big interest for ship and shore-based platforms

The agreement between India and Russia for development of the advanced BrahMos system allows the use of the missile in both countries’ armed forces and export to other friendly countries.

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China says US hyping threat to justify own rising defence spending

By comparison, China this month unveiled a hike of 7.5 percent in defence spending for the year, to 1.19 trillion yuan ($177 billion), though many experts and diplomats say the real figure is probably

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Giving an edge! Indian Army to get 10 lakh Make In India multi-mode modern hand grenades

Meanwhile, the Indian Army has recently inducted new sniper rifles for troops along the Line of Control (LoC)


2 Army jawans injured as Pakistan troops violate ceasefire along LoC in Rajouri and Jammu districts

The two Army jawans, who were injured in Pallanwala sector, were admitted to a hospital, the officials said.

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JeM terrorist Sajjad Khan, close aide of Pulwama attack mastermind, arrested in Delhi

Sajjad was tasked by Mudassir to establish a sleeper cell in Delhi.

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Indian Navy is the first responder to the nations hit by cyclone in South East Africa

The Indian Navy is providing necessary support to the local administration and on arrival shifted from anchorage and berthed alongside taking advantage of the tide and commenced liaison work with loca

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No major change in policy towards India after voluntary resignation of the Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev

Since the same elite will continue to rule at least for some time, there will be no major change in policy towards India. However, some domestic political churning might take place before the presiden

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China agrees to give technically advanced drones, capable of hitting Indian targets, to Pakistan

Pakistan is planning to buy Chinese unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) Rainbow CH-4 and CH5.

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Pakistan tries to flex muscles; Creates PAF’s ”Aggressor Squadron” along the border with India in the Mushaf area

The 'Squadron 29' is expected to have a total of 8 F-16 fighter planes, which can be used against India in case in any emergency.

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Guess what! Pakistan daily tells Imran Khan, China not to create hurdles in Masood Azhar’s listing at UNSC

The newspaper said Pakistan should hesitate to assist the "world" in "backlisting" Azhar.


Fate of close-quarter-battle carbines, CQBs, remains undecided

The MoD, at one point, was mulling issuing a fresh request for proposal (RfP) for the procurement of 93,895 close-quarter-battle carbines (CQB).

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NSA Ajit Doval’s big message for Pakistan! India has not and will not forget Pulwama terror attack

"What should we do? What should be our way, our aim and our response and time to respond? The country's leadership is both capable and courageous to (do) that," Doval said.

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Manohar Parrikar: India’s former Defence Minister was a General at heart

"The senior-most, who attended his meetings could spar with him, get peeved, be loud and yet at the end of day feel satisfied with the collegiate decision taken... " writes Brig SK Chatterji (Retd)

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India called out Pakistan’s nuclear bluff with IAF airstrikes, but needs to remain alert; here’s why

Firstly, the attack on the CRPF convoy on 14 February 19 brought out a few issues.

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Is Kashmir a nuclear flashpoint? Escalation control in an India-Pakistan conflict is difficult but possible

For three decades since 1989-90, Pakistan has been waging a proxy war to "bleed India through a thousand cuts".


Huge firepower boost for Indian Army! Indigenous anti-tank guided missile tested successfully; what it means

The first test was conducted on March 13, 2019 and the second on March 14, 2019. In both the missions, the designated targets were hit by the missiles at different ranges. All the mission objectives h

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When India sent big warning to Pakistan by deploying nuclear submarine, aircraft carrier in North Arabian Sea

Indian Navy officials have said that the deployment was part of mega theatre level operational naval readiness exercise 'TROPEX 19'


Indian Army jawan killed, 3 others injured in J-K’s Rajouri as Pakistan violates ceasefire

Around 5.30 am, the Pakistani Army initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation by resorting to shelling mortars bombs and firing of small arms along the LoC in Sunderbani Sector of Rajouri district.

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Masood Azhar’s journey: From travelling UK, Saudi Arabia to staying at Delhi’s Ashok hotel before being caught

The Ashok hotel in Delhi's posh Chanakyapuri area, which houses the diplomatic enclave, was the first stop of Azhar, who dodged immigration officials' queries about his Portugese passport by claiming

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