India-France signs secrecy pact on Rafale deal: Minister

MoS Subhash Bhamre responded to a question by Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MP Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao, who sought to know if India and France had signed any new confidentiality agreement replacing the 2

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Israeli army strikes Hamas positions in Gaza

Israeli tanks hit two Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip. The incident comes a day after Israeli soldiers detained three Palestinians who had slipped across the border from Gaza in possession of knives

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Croatia set to buy F-16 fighter jets from Israel to modernise its military

Croatia is set to buy a squadron of F-16 fighter jets from Israel to modernise its military, after the country's top defence body backed the deal.

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Sushma Swaraj to visit Japan for strategic dialogue as India-Japan ties grow stronger

India and Japan will be reviewing all bi-lateral aspects and will also give importance to the new areas of convergence of both the nations. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has left for Tokyo a

Defence Expo 2018: Modi government gears up to showcase India as emerging defence manufacturing hub

The Defence Expo is the biggest platform for the industry to showcase its products and offerings for the crucial defence sector of the country. The last edition and this too assume significance given

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Good news for India: China to resume sharing hydrological data on Brahmaputra

China said today it will resume sharing with India the hydrological data of the Brahmaputra river as top water resource officials of the two countries wrapped up two-day talks, the first after Beijing

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Chinese hold drills in South China Sea, Satellite images reveal dozens of naval vessels

The photos captured shows what appears to be at least 40 ships and submarines flanking the carrier Liaoning in what some analysts described as an unusually large display of the Chinese military's grow

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Coast Guard woman co-pilot Penny Chaudhary hurt in crash landing of Chetak dies

Assistant Commandant Capt. Penny Chaudhary, the co-pilot of the Coast Guard Chetak helicopter, which crashed near Murud in Raigad on March 10, was on life support following surgery for head injury.

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Modi government’s new ambitious ‘Make in India’ draft defence production policy 2018 is ready; top 10 takeaways

The vision of the DProP 2018 very strongly suggests that it intends to make India belong to the top five countries in the world in Aerospace and Defence industry.

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Show of power! US displays new F-35B fighter jets ahead of war games – Foal Eagle, Key Resolve with South Korea

Roaring off the deck of a 40,000-tonne amphibious assault ship, new F-35B fighter jets piloted by American Marines soared over the Pacific Ocean near the Japanese island of Okinawa as a show of force

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China provokes: Doklam undisputed ‘Chinese territory’, hope New Delhi learnt some lessons from standoff

Provoking India once again, China on Monday said that Doklam is an undisputed "Chinese territory" and there is no question of changing the status quo.

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Four Maoist women killed in an encounter in Koraput

Four Maoist women have been neutralized in an exchange of fire that took place between them and the security forces in Koraput's Narayanpatna area in Odisha.

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Nirmala Sitharaman sends strong message to China; says India ready to deal with any situation in Doklam

The Army Chief had also raised concerns last week about China's buildup in the Doklam region. Nirmala Sitharaman who will be visiting Beijing next month is expected to table concerns surrounding Dokla

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Budgam encounter: LeT terrorist killed in Jammu and Kashmir

Security forces launched a cordon and search operation during the night in Khan Mohalla of Arizal in Beerwah area of the district after receiving specific input about the presence of militants there,

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Another Doklam-like stand-off? Indian envoy Gautam Bambawale says China’s attempt to change status quo may lead to such situation

Any attempt by China to change the status quo along the Indian border may lead to another Doklam-like stand-off, India's envoy Gautam Bambawale has said, adding that the best way to prevent such incid

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US destroyer sails near South China Sea island

A US destroyer sailed within 12 nautical miles of a Beijing-claimed island in the South China Sea, according to a defence official. On Friday, the USS Mustin sailed close to Mischief Reef in the Sprat

Anantnag encounter: Two terrorists killed in gunbattle with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir

Anantnag encounter: Two militants have been killed in an encounter between security personnel and terrorist in Anantnag's Dooru area.

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Make in India boost! Modi government aims to make country Rs 35,000 crore defence export hub

The policy lists as a major aim achieving export of Rs 35,000 crore in military equipment and services by 2025 by promoting the domestic defence industry.

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Will defend borders with full might, says President Ram Nath Kovind

India is committed to peace but will defend its borders with full might, President Ram Nath Kovind said today.

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Indian Navy Heron drone crashes in Porbandar

A Heron drone belonging to the Indian Navy has crashed in Porbandar, Gujarat.

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BrahMos achieves big ‘Make in India’ feat! Missile test-fired with indigenous seeker; it’s a breakthrough

BrahMos, said to be the world's fastest and most formidable anti-ship cruise missile, was today successfully test fired with an indigenous seeker at a Pokhran test range in Rajasthan. This marks a big

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China paper says Beijing should prepare for military action over Taiwan

A widely read Chinese state-run newspaper said on Thursday China should prepare for military action over self-ruled Taiwan, and pressure Washington over cooperation on North Korea, after the United St

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Kupwara encounter: 3 Army jawans, 2 policemen martyred; 5 militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir

The nearly 48-hour gunbattle in the dense Kupwara forest in north Kashmir ended tonight, with five security personnel, including three Army jawans and two policemen, dead and an equal number of milita

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Indian, US navies have shared interest: US Navy chief John Richardson

India and the US have a shared interest that their navies provide security which guarantees a peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific region, a US Navy chief said today.

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Braveheart resumes duty: Chetan Kumar Cheetah, CRPF commandant, back in action a year after being shot nine times

Chetan Kumar Cheetah was the Commanding Officer of CRPF's 45th battalion in Jammu and Kashmir. Cheetah received nine bullet shots in an encounter with terrorists that left him severely injured. Despit

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IAF Hawk jet crashes in Odisha’s Mayubhanj border, pilot injured

The IAF Hawk jet went down in Odisha today. As per reports, the pilot of the plane has sustained injuries has been taken to the nearby state headquarter hospital in Jharkhand.

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Modi government to bring Indian Army, IAF and Indian Navy under “single leadership”; what it means

The Act also seeks to enhance the interaction and efficiency of the planning process within the three services and it will definitely ensure a sense of 'togetherness' in the armed forces.

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