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The 30th ASEAN Summit and the South China Sea issue

The 30th ASEAN Summit and the South China Sea issue

With the 30th Summit at the end of the month and in the 50th year of the organization’s existence, ASEAN is again going to be faced with the vexed problem of South China Sea where there has been an ominous shift in the geo-political and maritime landscape, notwithstanding the temporary distraction by the build-up of tensions on the Korean peninsula, and the difficult choice to take a position on the same.

Pakistan lawyers told not to take up Kulbhushan Jadhav case

Pakistan lawyers told not to take up Kulbhushan Jadhav case

Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian national sentenced to death in Pakistan by a secret military court over allegations of spying, is likely to face hurdles in getting justice since lawyers in the country have been asked not to help him appeal to a higher court.

It will now be very difficult for India to keep China out of its backyard. Here’s why

It will now be very difficult for India to keep China out of its backyard. Here’s why

The launch of China’s second aircraft carrier, expected as soon as this week, will be an important and depressing moment for India.

Regional air connectivity: Flights soon on Mysuru-Chennai, Bengaluru-Ballari & Hyderabad-Ballri routes

Regional air connectivity: Flights soon on Mysuru-Chennai, Bengaluru-Ballari & Hyderabad-Ballri routes

Two airlines have offered to provide air services to Mysuru, Vidyanagar (Ballari) and Bengaluru under the Centre’s ambitious regional air connectivity (RCS) scheme.

How IIT-Delhi is making smart moves for India’s defence

How IIT-Delhi is making smart moves for India’s defence

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Delhi is developing several cutting-edge defence technologies— from blast-resistant buildings to uniforms fitted with sensors.

View: Why China’s latest aircraft carrier should worry India

View: Why China’s latest aircraft carrier should worry India

The launch of China’s second aircraft carrier, expected as soon as this week, will be an important and depressing moment for India.

Here are some of the largest battleships and biggest warships in history

Here are some of the largest battleships and biggest warships in history

In the military world, nations seek to build the biggest militaries with the strongest weaponry. Here are some of the largest battleships and biggest warships in history.

Commanders Conference: Army to bolster modernisation, need for ‘joint operational philosophy’ discussed

Commanders Conference: Army to bolster modernisation, need for ‘joint operational philosophy’ discussed

With the conclusion of the Army Commanders Conference on Saturday, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has decided to bolster the modernisation plans of the army.

New doctrine to ensure 3 military wings can tackle entire spectrum of conflicts

New doctrine to ensure 3 military wings can tackle entire spectrum of conflicts

The armed forces have formulated a new “joint doctrine” to ensure the Army, Navy and IAF plan and work together to effectively tackle the entire spectrum of conflict, ranging from full blown conventional wars to irregular and hybrid warfare, in the years ahead.

Two militants killed in Kashmir gunfight

Two militants killed in Kashmir gunfight

Two militants holed-up in a house in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam district were killed in a gunfight with security forces on Saturday, police said.

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