US President Donald Trump wrongly claims North Korea has agreed to ‘denuclearization’

President Donald Trump is wrongly claiming North Korea has agreed to ``denuclearization'' before his potential meeting with Kim Jong Un.

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Building peaceful neighbourhood Pakistan’s foreign policy priority, says UN envoy Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi

Building a peaceful neighbourhood is Pakistan's foreign policy priority which requires normalisation of relations with India on a durable basis, Islamabad's envoy to the UN has said.

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Time now for India, US to commit to joint defence projects, says former Pentagon official

With India being designated as a major defence partner by the US, it is time the two countries commit themselves to defense projects, a former Obama-era top Pentagon official has said.

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India, China may resume annual military exercise stopped after Doklam standoff

The exercise 'Hand-in-Hand' between the armies of the two countries will take place within next 4-5 months in China and an announcement is likely to be made very soon.

The exercise 'Hand-in-Hand' between the armies of the two countries will take place within next 4-5 months in China and an announcement is likely to be made very soon. (File Photo)

HC seeks govt reply over plea on ‘discrimination’ against women in CISF

A bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar issued a notice to the Centre and the CISF on the plea which alleged that in an advertisement, issued by the force, only m

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Gaganshakti 2018: 10 spectacular videos that show IAF’s might!

The Gaganshakti 2018 was successful in validating the IAF's war preparedness and strength for a two-front war with China and Pakistan. The Gaganshakti 2018 was largest ever all-encompassing combat-rea

Russia says it will seal deal with India for the export of S-400 Triumf missiles this year

The deal for S-400 Triumf, the anti-aircraft weapon system has been in talks for a long time now. Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman who was in Russia for the Moscow Conference for International Secu

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Dakota VP-905: Know about the vintage flying machine restored and gifted to IAF by Rajeev Chandrashekar

The Dakota VP-905 aircraft has been ceremonially accepted into the Indian Air Force by Air Marshal BS Dhanoa. It is currently being flown to India by a joint team of the Indian Air Force and crew from

India to refurbish obsolete weapon systems and gift them to friendly countries

The Government of India, by catering to the requirements of other countries, would not just strengthen its strategic ties with them, but would also create a market for exporting its newly produced def

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Gaganshakti 2018: In its biggest ever combat exercise, IAF carries out 11,000 successful sorties

The fundamental agenda of the exercise was to verify and validate the IAF’s war preparedness and strength for a two-front war with China and Pakistan. The exercise was successfully carried by syner

Pakistan may soon have world’s third largest nuclear weapons stockpile

Pakistan is well on its way to amassing the world's third largest nuclear weapons stockpile and its decision to deploy low-yield (5 to 10 kiloton) battlefield weapons, represents a dangerous new strat

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Modi-Xi Jinping informal meet in China: What lies ahead for India at Wuhan?

The meeting of Prime Minister Modi and President Xi Jinping will seek to address a number of issues varying from trade, economy, border stability, regional security and also terrorism. In the aftermat

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Security forces nab NSCN(IM) and NSCN(K) cadre in Arunachal Pradesh

The Assam Rifles personnel nabbed NSCN(IM) cadre Wangphai Wangsu from Longding district yesterday and NSCN (K) militant Wangphiak Lowang from Muktwa village in Tirap district on Monday.

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Syria crisis, Iran nuclear agreement to blame? Handshakes and kisses aside, some issues split Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron

With exaggerated handshakes and a pair of kisses, President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron professed a sunny, best-friends relationship, even as the two allies strained to bridge di

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Gadchiroli encounter: 37 Naxals killed in major operation against Maoists in Maharashtra

In a massive blow to Maoists, 37 hardcore Naxals were killed since Sunday in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district, police said today.

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US President Donald Trump warns ‘bigger problems’ if Iran restarts nuclear programme

US President Donald Trump warned on Tuesday that Iran will have "bigger problems" if it restarts its nuclear programme.

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Israel warns Syria not to use Russian missiles against its aircraft

Israel's Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Monday that Israel will strike back if Syria uses Russian S-300 missiles against its air force.

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Naxal operations: CRPF to replace 12,000 older troops with young personnel in Chhattisgarh

The CRPF has decided to replace about 12,000 of its aged troops with young and freshly inducted recruits to bring agility and renewed strength in its anti-Naxal operations in the LWE-hit areas of Chha

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SCO Summit 2018: UNSC ‘increasingly unable’ to respond to security challenges, says EAM Sushma Swaraj

The UN Security Council is "increasingly unable" or "sometimes unwilling" to respond to the current security challenges with tragic consequences, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said today as

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Taiwan to stage live-fire drill simulating China ‘invasion’

Taiwan will practice thwarting a Chinese "invasion" in annual live fire drills in June, simulating surprise coastal assaults to reflect increased military threats from Beijing, officials said today.

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SCO Summit 2018: Arguments of political convenience to provide alibi for terror groups no longer tolerable, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Asserting that the world has now realised that there are "no good terrorists", India today said that arguments of political convenience to provide an alibi for terrorist organisations are no longer to

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Modi-Xi will not sign agreements at Wuhan Summit but build trust to resolve bilateral issues: China

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will not sign any agreements or issue a joint statement at the Wuhan summit this week but they will try to build mutual trust and reach im

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Bad news for China: Beijing fails to get India’s support for OBOR before Modi-Xi summit

China failed to get India's support for its ambitious Belt and Road infrastructure project at the end of a foreign ministers' meeting of a major security bloc on Tuesday, ahead of an ice-breaking trip

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SCO Summit 2018: Post Doklam standoff, Nirmala Sitharaman says differences shouldn’t lead to disputes in India-China ties

Differences should not lead to disputes in relations between India and China, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today as she met her Chinese counterpart General Wei Fenghe in the backdrop of th

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Tral encounter: Two security personnel martyred, one terrorist killed in Laam forest gunbattle

Two security force personnel and a militant were today killed in an encounter in a forest area of Pulwama district in Jammu and Kashmir, officials said.

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Is Modi-Xi summit as significant as Rajiv-Deng meet in 1988? Here’s what Chinese media say

The Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping could be as significant as the one between former premier Rajiv Gandhi and then leader of China Deng Xiaoping in

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SCO Council of Foreign Ministers: Sushma Swaraj raises issue of protectionism, says in all forms it should be rejected

India today said protectionism in all its forms should be rejected and reaffirmed its belief in an economic globalisation which is more open, inclusive and equitable, amidst new trade barriers croppin

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