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Indian Army’s recruitment drive attracts Kashmiri youth

Indian Army’s recruitment drive attracts Kashmiri youth

Around 1500 youths, including 500 from the Kashmir Valley, competed in the Indian Army’s recruitment drive here to ensure that they lead a dignified life.

Indian Navy is short of essentials and sending out half-complete vessels

Indian Navy is short of essentials and sending out half-complete vessels

India’s navy is beginning to see the end product of decades of confusion and a continuing neglect of strategic planning. This year, with the decommissioning of INS Viraat, India is down to a single aircraft carrier.

Somali pirates hold 8 crew captive of rescued hijacked Indian cargo ship

Somali pirates hold 8 crew captive of rescued hijacked Indian cargo ship

Somali security forces have liberated an Indian cargo ship from the pirates who hijacked it, but only two of the ten-man crew were rescued, authorities in central Somalia have said.

India blamed for ex-Pakistan Army officer’s ‘abduction’

India blamed for ex-Pakistan Army officer’s ‘abduction’

The family of a retired Pakistan Army officer who went missing in Nepal believes the Indian intelligence may have abducted him, the Pakistani media reported on Monday

India & Australia commit to begin uranium exports, hold talks on trade pact

India & Australia commit to begin uranium exports, hold talks on trade pact

India and Australia on Monday committed to begin the commercial exports of Uranium from Australia as well as hold an early round of talks on the proposed comprehensive economic cooperation agreement (CECA).

If Pak executes Kulbhushan Jadhav, it’ll be a premeditated murder: India

If Pak executes Kulbhushan Jadhav, it’ll be a premeditated murder: India

Reacting strongly, India today said it will regard as “premeditated murder” if Pakistan carries out the death sentence, awarded to its national Kulbhushan Jadhav “without observing basic norms of law and justice”.

IndiGo announces special fares for summer vacations

IndiGo announces special fares for summer vacations

Budget carrier IndiGo on Monday announced special fares starting at Rs 999 on domestic and international sectors during the summer vacations.

Jet strengthens Air France-KLM alliance with more direct flights to Europe

Jet strengthens Air France-KLM alliance with more direct flights to Europe

Jet Airways is planning to start direct flights to Amsterdam and Paris as the airline intends to deepen its partnership with Air France-KLM group and Delta Airlines as it tries to chart a network operation independent of Etihad Airways.

India, Bangladesh to sign investments pacts worth $9 bn tomorrow

India, Bangladesh to sign investments pacts worth $9 bn tomorrow

Agreements and memoranda of understanding (MoUs), worth $9 billion of investments into Bangladesh will be signed between the Indian public and private sectors and the Bangladeshi side on Monday.

TU-142M arrives at Vizag, to be converted into museum

TU-142M arrives at Vizag, to be converted into museum

TU-142M, one of the long range Maritime Patrol aircraft of the Indian Navy which was decommissioned after 29 years of service, arrived here on Saturday, to be converted into a museum.