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India should shed concerns over CPEC after UK’s endorsement: Chinese media

India should shed concerns over CPEC after UK’s endorsement: Chinese media

With the UK endorsing the USD 46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, India should shed its concerns over it and sign-up for the Silk Road project, Chinese state media said on Friday.

With plans of US expansion, AI to induct wide-bodied Boeing 787-9

With plans of US expansion, AI to induct wide-bodied Boeing 787-9

The airline currently has 23 B787-800 planes among others in its fleet, and four more of these aircraft are expected to be delivered to it between July and October this year.

Somali pirates hijack cargo ship with 11 Indian crew members

Somali pirates hijack cargo ship with 11 Indian crew members

Instances of Somali pirates striking have come down considerably over the past few years, helping India convince the insurance bodies to do away with a high-risk premium the trade was paying.

St Petersburg explosion: At least 10 dead, several injured in Russia metro station blast

St Petersburg explosion: At least 10 dead, several injured in Russia metro station blast

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the government was considering all possible causes for the blasts in St Petersburg’s metro system, including terrorism.

China says “no such thing” as man-made islands in South China Sea

There was “no such thing” as man-made islands in the disputed South China Sea, China’s Defence Ministry said on Thursday, and reiterated that any building work was mainly for civilian purposes

Delhi, Mumbai, 5 other major airports to end stamping, tagging of fliers’ hand baggage from April 1

Stamping and tagging of the hand baggage of fliers at seven major airports, including Delhi and Mumbai, will be done away with from April 1, the CISF said today

China says troops reductions on track, hopes to spend more on high-tech weapons

China says troops reductions on track, hopes to spend more on high-tech weapons

China’s plans to reduce troop levels are on track, the Defence Ministry said on Thursday, after a 2015 announcement by President Xi Jinping that the People’s Liberation Army would cut 300,000 troops

‘Want to build one of India’s biggest airport in Hisar’

‘Want to build one of India’s biggest airport in Hisar’

Haryana government on Tuesday informed the Punjab and Haryana High Court that it is in the process of developing an international airport in Hisar

No women Air Force cadets opt for combat role

No women Air Force cadets opt for combat role

Nearly a year after Flying Officers Avani Chaturvedi, Mohana Singh and Bhawana Kanth were commissioned in the Indian Air Force (IAF) as India’s first women fighter pilots

Joint cycling expedition by Bangladesh and Indian army

Joint cycling expedition by Bangladesh and Indian army

A 11-day joint cycling expedition of Bangladesh and Indian army was on Wednesday flagged off in Agartala with an aim to further strengthen the friendship between the two armed forces.