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IAF chief BS Dhanoa begins four day visit to Brazil tomorrow

IAF chief B S Dhanoa will begin a four-day visit to Brazil tomorrow to explore possibilities of deeper defence cooperation between the two countries.

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Kamov Ka-226T attack helicopters deal to he dealed by October with Russia

The government is all set to conclude a multi-billion dollar deal by October to procure 200 Kamov Ka-226T attack helicopters through a joint venture between Russian Helicopters and state-run aerospace

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Chhattisgarh naxal attack: 2 jawans injured in Sukma encounter

Two jawans of Special Task Force (STF) were injured during an encounter with Naxals in Chhattisgarh's Sukma late last night.

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No North Korea relief until verifiable denuclearisation steps, says Jim Mattis

U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said on Sunday that North Korea will receive relief only after it shows "verifiable and irreversible" steps towards denuclearisation.

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Jammu and Kashmir: Two BSF personnel martyred as Pakistan violates ceasefire along International Border

Two BSF personnel, including an officer, were today killed as Pakistani Rangers targeted Indian posts along the IB here with mortars and firing, a violation which comes nearly a week after DGMOs of bo

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Jammu and Kashmir: Multiple grenade attacks hurled at CRPF personnel, 5 injured

In four separate encounters with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar today, as many as four CRPF personnel and a woman were reportedly injured said the state police.

The attacks were carried out in the span of a couple of hours in various parts of Srinagar. News

PM Narendra Modi visits Singapore’s Changi Naval Base

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a three-day tour to Singapore, today visited the Changi Naval Base and met officers and sailors of the Indian Navy and Royal Singapore Navy.

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US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis accuses China of ‘intimidation and coercion’ in South China Sea

China's military build-up in the South China Sea and its deployment of high-end weapons systems in the disputed waterway is designed to intimidate and coerce neighbours, US Defense Secretary Jim Matti

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Defence preparedness gets a boost: India likely to seal Spike missile deal with Israel soon

In November last, the defence ministry had decided to retract the process to acquire a batch of Spike missiles from Israeli firm Rafael Advanced Defence Systems at a cost of USD 500 million.

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Malabar naval exercise begins next week in Guam

The Malabar naval exercise involving Indian, American and Japanese navies will begin next week.

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Make in India gets another boost! Tata-Boeing facility delivers 1st fuselage for AH-64 Apache combat helicopter

Tata Boeing Aerospace today announced the delivery of the first AH-64 Apache combat helicopter fuselage from its Hyderabad facility. 

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What a Trump-Kim deal may look like, from good to bad to worse

The on-again, off-again summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un now appears increasingly likely to take place -- but it’s not yet clear what kind of agreement,

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US warns Beijing on South China Sea

The Pentagon has ratcheted up rhetoric about China's militarisation of islands in the South China Sea, even as President Donald Trump's administration presses Beijing for cooperation on North Korea.

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Naval chopper makes precautionary landing, crew safe

A naval helicopter today made a 'precautionary landing' near Arakkonam in the district following an engine warning alarm indication, but the two crew members were safe, defence officials said.

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Indian Air Force commanders review security preparedness

Top commanders of the Indian Air Force today reviewed the country's preparedness to deal with any aerial threat, particularly when China is increasing its air power and Pakistan making efforts to boos

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China welcomes India, Pakistan agreement to observe 2003 ceasefire

The LoC has been witnessing increasing hostilities in the last few months.

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Why US has renamed US Pacific Command to US Indo-Pacific Command

In recognition of the increasing connectivity between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, the Trump administration today renamed the US Pacific Command to US Indo-Pacific Command.

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RIMPAC from June 27; India among 26 participant countries

As many as 26 countries, including India, would participate in the biennial Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) military exercise from June 27 to August 2, in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern Cali

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China develops anti-drone laser weapon for counter-terrorism operations: Report

The anti-drone weapon can be deployed either by police for counter-terrorism or by the military for air defence, Song Zhongping, a military expert and TV commentator, told state-run Global Times.

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India-Pakistan DGMO level talks rekindle hope among border residents

The decision of India and Pakistan to “fully implement” the 2003 ceasefire and stop cross-border firing has generated hope among the border villagers here who have been bearing the brunt of fierce

India-Pakistan DGMO level talks rekindle hope among border residents

India-Nepal joint military exercise ‘Surya Kiran’ begins in Uttarakhand

According to the official release, the aim of this exercise is to conduct battalion level joint training with emphasis on counter terrorism operations in mountainous terrain.

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Upgraded Pinaka rocket successfully test-fired from PXE at Chandipur in Odisha

The RCI comes under the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). According to a source in the DRDO, the conversion helped in enhancing the range and accuracy of Pinaka.

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President Ram Nath Kovind describes armed forces as a ‘rare breed of human beings’

President Ram Nath Kovind today described the armed forces as a "rare breed of human beings" and said they are a symbol of excellence and dedication for the entire country.

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Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti welcomes India, Pakistan DGMO’s decision to fully implement 2003 ceasefire pact

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today welcomed the agreement by DGMOs of India and Pakistan to “fully implement” the ceasefire pact of 2003 and stop cross-border firings, saying it

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Palestinian militants strike Israel with rockets, drawing Israeli retaliation

Palestinian militants bombarded southern Israel with dozens of rockets and mortar shells Tuesday, while Israeli warplanes struck targets throughout the Gaza Strip in the largest flare-up of violence b

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Centre planning to lay optical fibre cables in border areas, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said the Centre is planning to lay optical fibre cables in all border areas to mitigate the connectivity problems faced by defence personnel and the civ

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Strengthening ties: Bangladesh Coast Guard ship Tajuddin arrives at Visakhapatnam Port

A Bangladesh Coast Guard Ship arrived at the Visakhapatnam Port today.

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