Four militants killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama

Four militants were killed in an encounter with security forces Friday in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district, police said.

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh bats for Made in India weapon systems for Indian Armed Forces

The new defence minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday urged the officials in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to seek indigenous solutions for meeting the forces requirements to the extent possible and took

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Make in India: HAL offers Indian solution to Indian Navy’s requirement for Advanced Light Helicopter ‘Dhruv’

The Rs 21,738 crore deal for 111 Naval Utility Helicopter (NUH) proposed to be `Made in India’ could tip in favour of state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s (HAL).

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Voluntary cut in Pakistan’s defence budget will not impact ‘response potential’: General Qamar Javed Bajwa

Pakistan's military, in a rare move, decided to voluntarily cut the defence budget for the next fiscal year amid an austerity drive launched by the government to solve the cash-strapped nation's finan

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No clue of IAF’s missing AN-32 aircraft yet! Search and rescue operations resume

The Search and Rescue (SAR) for the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) missing transport aircraft AN-32 in the Mechuka region of Arunachal Pradesh, was resumed today which was halted due to bad weather and ra

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Water shortage forces the Indian Navy to move assets from the naval base in South India

The future basing and deployment of ships and submarines will be impacted seriously if the water scarcity continues.

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Modi 2.0’s key priorities: Isolating Pakistan, reclaiming neighbours and hedging against China

The primary goal of India’s foreign policy is to create an environment which enables economic growth, ensures national security and enhances its global status.

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How Indian Navy has emerged as a regional submarine rescue provider in Indian Ocean Region

With this technology, India joins the exclusive group of countries which have this unique capability and has put the Indian Navy in a position to not only provide rescue cover to its own submarines bu

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India-US Ties: Top US official to address issues related to Iran, Russia and trade matters

Wide range of issues including the sanctions on Iran and Russia, the withdrawal of the GSP (Generalized System of Preferences) trade status will be the focus of talks when the US Secretary of State Mi

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IAF’s AN-32 aircraft with 13 onboard missing: Search and rescue mission still on, no wreckage found yet

AN-32 transport aircraft took off from Jorhat at 12.27 pm for the Menchuka advance landing ground in Shi-Yomi district in Arunachal Pradesh.

Last contact with ground control was made at 1 pm. After which all available resources have been employed to locate the aircraft. (Reuters File photo) News

Bulgaria sees F-16 jet deal with US at $1.2 billion

European Union and NATO member Bulgaria is looking to replace its ageing Soviet-made MiG-29s and improve compliance with NATO standards.

The expected price comes above the initial estimate for the deal at 1.8 billion levs (Reuters File photo) News

President Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey committed to Russian missile defence deal

Speaking to reporters after morning prayers, Erdogan also said an offer from the United States to sell Patriot missiles to Turkey was not as good as the Russian offer.

Turkey's deal to buy the Russian S-400s, which could be delivered within weeks, has alarmed Washington and Turkey's other Western NATO allies (AP File photo) News

IAF’s missing AN-32: Search and rescue mission still on, no wreckage found

The IAF launched a massive Search and Rescue Operation (SAR) and pitched in Sukhoi Su-30 MKI and C130J were after an AN-32 plane went missing near Aalo in Arunachal Pradesh.

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visits the highest battlefield Siachen Glacier

In his first visit as the new defence minister Rajnath Singh flew to Siachen on Monday morning, accompanied by Army chief General Bipin Rawat and other senior officials from the Defence Ministry to re

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Neighbourhood First: Maldives visit will flag-off Modi 2.0’s foreign policy agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the Maldives, his first after re-affirmation of a robust mandate in the recent polls is a strong reiteration of his “neighborhood-first” policy, sans Paki

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Indian Air Force’s AN-32 aircraft goes missing near LAC in Arunachal; IAF launches search

With eight crew members and five passengers on board, an Antonov AN-32 aircraft of the Indian Air Force has gone missing near the Chinese border.

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Here is how MoD can assist existing India’s defense projects

In some cases, the primary market is the defense sector, while in others the most practical path to providing technology to the Ministry of Defence (MoD) requires a parallel commercial market.

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Indo-Pacific, US, China, Iran could be immediate focus of the new external affairs minister

The 64-year-old, from the 1977 batch is well versed in the India-China relations, India-US and has on many occasions been present as a troubleshooter for the government when he was the Foreign Secreta

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Ajit Doval, National Security Adviser, gets 5-year extension; elevated to Cabinet Minister rank

Ajit Doval was Monday appointed as the National Security Adviser (NSA) for a second consecutive term and elevated to the rank of Union Cabinet Minister, according to a Personnel Ministry order.

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Home Minister Amit Shah takes stock of internal security situation

Holding a security review meeting regularly by the home minister has been a tradition since long and such a deliberation gives an overall impression on latest internal security situation of the countr

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Five militants from Kulgam shun path of violence, surrender: Police

Most of these militants have returned home after appeals by their families to shun the path of violence.

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India, US strategic partnership has strengthened significantly during the past two decades: Pentagon

The establishment of the US-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue in September 2018 also serves as a tangible demonstration of our commitment to promoting the shared principles of a free and open Indo-Pacifi

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One Pakistani national among two terrorists killed in Pulwama encounter: Police

One of the two terrorists killed in an encounter with security forces in Pulwama district on Friday was a Pakistani and the duo belonged to Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) outfit, police said on Saturday.

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US increasing scope complexity and frequency of military engagements with India: Shanahan

The US and China, the two world powers, are locked in a tussle for the commercial control of South China Sea, which serves as a passage for annual trade worth USD 3.5 trillion.

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Deepening ties with the African continent will be the focus of the government led by Modi

With the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA), the continent will become the largest free trade area in the world and this will provide India another opportunity to boost trade and e

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Mohana Singh becomes first woman fighter pilot to fly Hawk jet

A week back, Flight Lieutenant Bhawana Kanth became fully operational by day on MiG-21 Bison, the release added.

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Indian Air Force removes temporary restrictions imposed on its airspace post Balakot strike

As a result of the ban, foreign carriers using Indian airspace have been forced to take costly detours because they cannot fly over Pakistan.

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