Bullet riddled body of Bihar Military Police jawan found

A jawan of the Bihar Military Police (BMP) was found murdered near here today shortly after he left his native village, to resume duty at the BMP headquarters in Bodh Gaya, police said.

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Terrorists continued with their activities during Ramzan truce, says Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat

Terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir had continued with their activities during Ramzan, necessitating suspension of the ceasefire by the Centre, Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat said here today.

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China distances itself from envoy’s idea of India-China-Pakistan trilateral cooperation

China today distanced itself from its envoy's comments on the idea of trilateral cooperation between India, China and Pakistan under the aegis of the SCO, but underlined the importance of strengthenin

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US fails to take decisive steps against terror safe havens, says US official Alice G Wells

Pakistan has not taken "sustained or decisive" steps against terror safe havens as expected by the US, a top American diplomat has said, nearly a year after President Donald Trump unveiled his South A

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US need to ‘squeeze out’ safe havens from Pakistan, says Pentagon Commander

The US needs to "squeeze out" safe havens from Pakistan for achieving a long-term stability in Afghanistan, a top American General nominated to head the US and NATO forces in the war-torn country said

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Centre wants terrorism to end in Kashmir valley, says Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that the Centre wants terrorism to end and peace to prevail in Kashmir. "Our only aim is that terrorism should end and peace should prevail in Kashmir and

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Taliban kill 30 Afghan soldiers and take base in first major attack since ceasefire

The government also called a ceasefire for the holiday and Taliban fighters headed into cities across the country over the weekend as both sides celebrated the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.

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Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman meets martyred jawan Aurangzeb’s family in Poonch

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today visited the family of the soldier who was abducted and killed by terrorists two days ahead of Eid and described him as an inspiration for the nation.

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Israeli fighter jets hit 25 targets in response to Gaza rocket fire, says army

Around 30 projectiles, including rockets, were fired overnight from Gaza towards Israel, the army said in a statement.

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Jammu and Kashmir encounter: 3 militants killed, 5 security men injured in gunfight in Pulwama district

The state has been placed under Governor's rule which as per the J&K constitution can last for three months.

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RFI for Rs 32,640-cr minesweepers may be issued in four weeks

The ministry of defence (MoD) is expected to issue a request for information (RFI) for Rs 32,640-crore mine-counter measure vessels (MCMVs) to be built at Goa Shipyard (GSL) in the next four weeks. So

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Defence sector more prone to cyber threats, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said the defence sector is more prone to cyber threats and there is a need to safeguard the country's cyberspace from possible attacks.

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US Senate passes bill seeking enhanced defence ties with India

The bill "expresses the sense of the Senate that the US should strengthen and enhance its major defence partnership with India".

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Russia may have upgraded nuclear weapons storage bunker in Kaliningrad, says report

Kaliningrad is an isolated pocket of sovereign Russia on the Baltic coast where several games will be held during the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup, CNN reported.

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US, South Korea agree to suspend joint military exercise

The decision to halt military exercises in South Korea has bewildered many current and former U.S. defense officials, who only learned about it when Trump made his remarks.

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Anti-militancy ops in J&K to begin in good earnest once intelligence info starts coming in: Indian Army sources

The anti-militancy operations in Jammu and Kashmir, which were suspended by the security agencies for a month on account of Ramzan, would be resumed in "good earnest" once intelligence on militants st

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Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat meets Rifleman Aurangzeb’s family in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district

Chief of Army Staff Gen Bipin Rawat today met the parents and other family members of rifleman Aurangzeb, who was abducted and killed by terrorists last week in Pulwama district of south Kashmir.

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India, China ties cannot take strain of another Doklam, says Chinese envoy Luo Zhaohui

Bilateral ties between India and China can't take the strain of another Doklam episode, Chinese envoy to India Luo Zhaohui said today, emphasising the need to find a "mutually acceptable solution" on

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India may not get to develop strategic naval base in Seychelles; here’s why

Government sources said Faure would arrive here on June 26 on a bilateral visit during which a range of issues to strengthen two-way cooperation would be discussed.

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IAF ready for any contingency, says Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa

The operational preparedness of the Indian Air Force (IAF) to take on any contingency was displayed in the recent 'Gaganshakti' exercise, Chief of Air Staff B S Dhanoa said today.

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Chhattisgarh Armed Force jawan injured in encounter with naxals

A Chhattisgarh Armed Force (CAF) jawan was today injured in an encounter with naxals in a forest of Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Narayanpur district, police said.

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Indian Army jawan killed in ceasefire violation in Rajouri

An Army jawan was today killed as Pakistani troopers targeted a patrol party along LoC in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.

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US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis blasts Vladimir Putin for trying to ‘shatter’ NATO

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis assailed Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, accusing him of attacking western democracy and trying to break up NATO.

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RNEL seeks CBI, CVC probe into complaint against L&T Defence on warship project

Reliance Naval & Engineering Ltd. (RNEL) has sought a probe by the CBI and the CVC into a complaint it has lodged with the Defence Ministry alleging that a senior Indian Navy officer is favouring its

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China carries out missile drills in South China Sea amid heightened tensions

China's navy carried out drills in the South China Sea to simulate fending off an aerial attack, state media said on Friday, as China and the United States trade barbs over who is responsible for heig

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BSF soldiers killed in Pakistan firing laid to rest

Three BSF soldiers who were killed in cross-border firing by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir were laid to rest with full state honours in their native villages in different parts of Rajasthan today.

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India’s BSF, Pakistan Rangers hold flag meeting

India's Border Security Force (BSF) and the Pakistan Rangers held a flag meeting to maintain peace and tranquillity on the international border in Jammu and Kashmir, an official statement said on Thur

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