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India-Uzbekistan sign pact on counter-terror cooperation

The agreement was signed by Union Home Minister Amit Shah and his Uzbekistan counterpart Pulat Bobojonov here to further increase cooperation between India and Uzbekistan in diverse fields including counter-terrorism, organized crime and human trafficking
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Indo-Sri Lanka ties: India’s military and maritime interests central to new Sri Lanka Governments policies

Due to Sri Lanka's proximity to Southern India, Dravidian influence on Sri Lankan politics and trade has been active since the third century BC. Trade relations existed, very probably from an early ti

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India rejects unwarranted reference by Pakistan to Jammu and Kashmir at UNSC

Akram said the Security Council has had uneven record in resolving threats to and breaches of international peace and security and there has been prolonged inaction in some cases.

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Indian Navy to get lethal MK-45 5-inch/62 calibre guns, Trump administration approves sale

According to the notification, the proposed sale is going to support the US foreign policy and national security and will help in improving the security of a strategic regional partner and will not in

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BIMSTEC members discuss maritime cooperation, human trafficking and narcotics smuggling control

Speaking at the first BIMSTEC Coastal Security Workshop, Secretary (East), MEA, Ms Vijay Singh Thakur said “India attaches great importance to the grouping of South and Southeast Asian nations and i

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Made in India LCA for Indian Navy gets ready for more trials

This has been a major success for all the agencies including the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), Aeronautical Development Agency

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Pentagon chief Mark Esper says unaware of any threat to pull US troops from South Korea

Esper said during a trip to Vietnam when asked about a report in South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo. "I read articles in the media all the time that are false or inaccurate or overstated," he said.

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India and Singapore push for stability in the region and seek deeper maritime cooperation

The DDM started off in 2015 when the two sides signed the revised Defence Cooperation Agreement (DCA) to further deepen the bilateral defence relationship.

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Indian Navy is inducting large number of state-of-the-art assets: President Ram Nath Kovind

"A significant proportion of India's trade and energy needs are met through the medium of the oceans. Safety of the seas and maritime commons, therefore, remains a critical requirement to ensure the e

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US Navy carrier transits Strait of Hormuz after deployment

The carrier left Norfolk, VA, in April and was diverted to the Middle East in May, but it had remained in the Arabian Sea, avoiding passage through the strait that borders Iran.

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India calls for zero-tolerance without ‘double standards’ to combat terror-crime nexus

In order to combat this menace, Akbaruddin said the international community will need to keep ahead of the new trends and technologies -- "something that can only be achieved if we work together, with

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Rajnath Singh visits Kranji War Memorial in Singapore, pays tribute to those died during WW-II

Dedicated to the men and women from India, the UK, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, Malaya, the Netherlands and New Zealand who died defending Singapore and Malaya against the invading Japanese forces du

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China, Saudi Arabia launch joint naval exercise, say media reports

The joint exercise at a Saudi Arabian naval base comes as tensions in the Gulf have risen over recent attacks on oil tankers and a major assault on Saudi energy facilities.

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COTS Vs MOT: How protestors are using easy technologies to disrupt surveillance equipment and avoiding police

The governmental agencies around the world are looking for new non-lethal weapons but more effective means to keep the protestors in check.

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Peace in Naga Hills: Long road ahead

The majority are the people and the various tribal councils along with the Naga Mother’s Association and Naga Hoho who are crucial to bring about everlasting peace.

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Powerful IED detected on Jammu-Poonch highway; destroyed by bomb disposal squad

The IED, suspected to have been planted by terrorists to trigger an explosion, was found by an army patrolling party near Kallar Morh in the border district of Poonch and was subsequently destroyed by

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J&K: Four Jaish-e-Mohammad associates, responsible for carrying out blast in Pulwama, arrested

While investigating the terror attack that took place in the Arihal area of Pulwama in July, police learnt about the involvement of a person, Sharik Ahmad, who had been constantly communicating with a

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Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorist hideout busted in Poonch district, 7 IEDs seized

Seven IEDs, a gas cylinder and a wireless set were seized from the abandoned hideout in the Dhair forest, the officials said and added that no one has been arrested. Personnel of the army and police a

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Siachen avalanche: Army Chief Bipin Rawat apprises Defence Minister Rajnath Singh about ground situation

A group of eight persons, including six Army personnel, were struck by the avalanche at an altitude of 19,000 ft at around 3 pm on Monday. Rescue teams from nearby posts were rushed to the location af

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North Korea says US must end joint drills with Seoul ‘once and for all’

The US and South Korea said Sunday they would delay annual joint aerial exercises slated for this month in an act of "goodwill" after months of deadlocked nuclear talks.

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Made in India Fast Patrol Vessels: FPVs patrolling Indian Coastline post 26/11

With a 7516.6 km coastline, 12 major ports, 184 minor ports involving 13 coastal States/UTs and 1197 island territories, these need protection at all times by Indian Navy with support from Indian Coas

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India-Japan 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue: Indo-Pacific and ACSA to be the focus during first meet in November

Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Abe have met already twice this year: first in Osaka on the sidelines of the G20 summit and then again in Vladivostok, Russia on the sidelines of the Eastern Eco

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Life of a soldier and veterans’ code of conduct

The Chetwode Motto is etched in the minds of those serving and of course the Veterans.

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Govt sets a target of $ 26 billion defence industry by 2025, urges global players to be part of Make in India

A Defence Innovation Fund is also being prepared to support the government participation through equity investment in defence startups.

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