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Top American Experts Welcome India-US Two-By-Two Ministerial Dialogue

The decision by India and the US to establish a new two-by-two ministerial dialogue has been welcomed by top

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Lashkar Terrorist Ayub Lelhari Killed In Encounter In Jammu And Kashmir’s Pulwama

A district commander of terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) was killed in a brief encounter with security forces in Jammu

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China Hopes India, US Can Develop Ties ‘conducive’ To Regional Peace

China said today it hopes that India and the US can develop ties which are "conducive" to regional peace

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Girls May Soon Be Allowed Admission At National Defence Academy And Sainik Schools

Girls may soon be allowed to take admission at Sainik schools and National Defence Academy (NDA). The government is

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CBI Wants To Reopen Bofors Case, Government To Decide

Indicating a resurrection of the decades-old Bofors arms scandal involving allegations of kickbacks to then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi

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In Naval War With China, India Would Be No Pushover

Right now China and India are glaring at each other across Doklam, the contested ground along the Sino-Indian frontier

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Soldiers May Soon Wear Khadi Uniform

Armed forces personnel may soon wear khadi uniform.

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Embassy, Mosque Attacks Fuel Fears ISIS Bringing Iraq War To Afghanistan

Attacks on the Iraqi embassy and a Shi'ite mosque in Afghanistan have reinforced fears that ISIS terrorists are seeking

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No Troop Reduction By India At Doklam, Say Sources, Rebutting China’s Claim

There has been no reduction in Indian troop number in the disputed Doklam Plateau to the east of Sikkim,

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Over 16 Lakh Medals Yet To Be Issued To Armed Forces, Says Government

A staggering 16.82 lakh service medals are yet to be issued to personnel from the Army, the Navy and

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