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Arunachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh integral parts of India, fact conveyed to China on several occasions: MEA

Responding to a query in Lok Sabha, Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said Beijing disputes the international boundary between India and China.

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Indian Navy to enhance Submarine Patrol in Indian Ocean Region with deep submergence rescue vessels

Denial of access to unauthorised vessels inside India’s Offshore Development Area is a major challenge, with warships and submarine involved in the robust surveillance arrangement.

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Pakistan Air Force’s F-16 crashes near Islamabad during parade rehearsal; check details

Pakistan Air Force has seen multiple aircraft crashes in the last few months.

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3 militant associates of Hizbul Mujahideen arrested in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district

He said the three have been identified as Aadil Rasool Ganie, a resident of Batagund and Riyaz Ahmad Bhat and Mohammad Isaq Bhat - both residents of Tral Payeen.

They were involved in providing shelter, logistics and other kind of support to militants operating in the areas of Tral, the official said. (Representative image/ Express File photo) News

Lt Gen KJS Dhillon to take charge as DG DIA, DCIDS

The DIA was created in 2002 on recommendations of a Group of Ministers which looked into lapses leading to the Kargil intrusion in 1999.

He will take charge as DG DIA and DCIDS, an organisation which is responsible for collating technical as well as human intelligence for the three armed forces, they said. (Express photo/ File) News

On track! UP-defence corridor to generate 2.5 lakh jobs, land acquisition begins

The Uttar Pradesh govt has begun acquiring land for the corridor, which is expected to attract investments of Rs 20,000 cr and generate 2.5 lakh jobs

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Jammu and Kashmir encounter: Two militants killed in Shopian district

Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Reban area of the south Kashmir district on Monday morning.

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Pakistan fires on Indian posts along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch

The Indian Army is retaliating befittingly," the spokesman said.  This is the second ceasefire violation by Pakistan in two days.

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A soldier’s account: The day history took a different course

Afghanistan never did buy our Vijayantas or else we would have seen them in action against the roaring T-72s when the Russians invaded Afghanistan a year later!

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Iran’s assertiveness post US-Taliban peace agreement reason for its criticism of India

Iran has been known to have maintained close relations with the Taliban. A Taliban delegation led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar visited Iran in end November 2019 and held negotiations with Iranian off

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Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistan violates ceasefire along LoC in Poonch

The firing from small arms and mortar shelling from across the LoC began at 1:30 pm. In retaliation, the Indian army gave a befitting reply, he said.

There are no immediate reports of any casualty on the Indian side. (File image) News

China’s growing Dominance in Space: Can India Risk Staying Behind

China tested an anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon in 2007 and in January 2019, Chinese lunar rover was successfully placed on the dark side of the Moon, a technically difficult mission.

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Several projects being developed successfully for the services: DRDO Chief G Satheesh Reddy

DRDO is undertaking a number of projects for the Indian Army – these include Development trials of Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (ATAGS) which are completed.

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Coronavirus outbreak: Indian Army urges its personnel to avoid non-essential gatherings

According to the Indian Army regular counselling of the personnel, regular health checkups will be done when they all report in the morning.

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Pakistan does not want any security role for India in Afghanistan, says Shah Mahmood Qureshi

India has been a key stakeholder in Afghanistan as it had already spent around $2 billion in reconstruction of the war-ravaged country.

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Indian Army pounds Pakistani posts across Line of Control to push back terrorists

Earlier this week, on March 3, Pakistan again attempted to infiltrate in the Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district.

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Modern warfare: Hi-tech weapons cannot replace tanks and fighter jets, says expert

Speaking at a seminar ‘Changing characteristics of land warfare and its impact on the military’ organised by the Centre for Land Warfare Studies, Chief of the Army Staff Gen Manoj Naravane referre

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To counter Chinese intrusions, Territorial Army to get a bigger role

The role of the TA is gradually being expanded since the past few years and is likely to be given larger responsibilities in an effort to cut down costs.

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Jammu and Kashmir: Encounter breaks out between militants, security forces in Budgam

The security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Dooniwara area, following information about the presence of militants there, a police official said.

He said during the searches, the militants hiding in a house opened fire that was retaliated by the security forces. (Representative image) News

Ban on social media removed in J-K, Mobile internet speed still restricted to 2G, order effective till Mar 17

The fresh order was issued by Principal Secretary, Home, Shaleen Kabra after assessment of the impact of telecom services regulation on the overall security situation and maintenance of public order a

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US launches airstrike against Taliban to defend Afghanistan forces

News of the airstrike in southern Helmand province -- the first in 11 days -- came hours after US President Donald Trump told reporters he had had a "very good" chat with the Taliban political chief,

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High-tech police gears! MKU to showcase bolt free helmets, night vision goggles and bullet resistant jackets

The company which has a global presence has been engaged in the manufacture of systems and solutions in the sectors of Personal Armouring, Platform Armouring and Electro-Optics.

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Coronavirus hits Indian Navy! MILAN 2020 exercise gets postponed

According to the India navy besides the foreign warships expected to come in for the drill there were high-level delegations expected from over 20 countries.

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Indian Navy set to go unmanned in the future with Remotely Operated Vehicle

India’s first-ever Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat had in a media interaction has suggested a staggered approach to big procurements.

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Iran’s comments on India’s internal matters bizarre: Experts

A strong protest was lodged against the remarks made by the Iranian foreign minister.

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Make in India products developed by DRDO are world-class and have huge export potential, says Dr G Satheesh Reddy

DRDO develops critical defence technologies and products to meet the requirements of the Indian Armed Forces, says Dr G Satheesh Reddy.

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China’s most ambitious Belt and Road Initiative becomes a corridor to nowhere

Plans originally called for a seaport, roads, railways, pipelines, dozens of factories and the largest airport in Pakistan.

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