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PM Modi on six-day visit to Europe: Terrorism, investment high on agenda

PM Modi on six-day visit to Europe: Terrorism, investment high on agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake a four-nation tour of Germany, Spain, Russia and France beginning May 29 with an aim to bolster counter-terrorism cooperation with these countries and invite investments in India.

Assault on Pak posts sends strong message: Defence experts

Assault on Pak posts sends strong message: Defence experts

The defence experts on Tuesday hailed the punitive fire assault on the pakistan posts by the army/7642″ target=_blank>Indian Army, citing it would send out a strong message to islamabad to stop unprovoked ceasefire violations and firing across the border.

JK: Massive ammunition cache recovered from terrorists gunned down in Naugam

JK: Massive ammunition cache recovered from terrorists gunned down in Naugam

A huge cache of arms and ammunition has been recovered from the four terrorists, who were gunned down in Jammu and Kashmir’s Naugam sector.

Pak funding: NIA needs to expand its circle of investigation, advises Jalali

Pak funding: NIA needs to expand its circle of investigation, advises Jalali

While appreciating the National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) move of questioning the separatist leaders with regard to terror funding in Kashmir

Pak Govt. seeks support to shut down PIA

Pak Govt. seeks support to shut down PIA

The Pakistan government is seeking support from lawmakers across party lines to shut down the loss-making Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) by declaring it ‘bankrupt’.

China’s Xi calls for S. Korea ties to get back on track

China’s Xi calls for S. Korea ties to get back on track

Chinese President Xi Jinping told a South Korean envoy today he was willing to put relations back on a “normal track” amid tensions over a US anti-missile system deployed on the Korean peninsula.

China urges S Korea to ‘remove obstacles’ to good ties

China urges S Korea to ‘remove obstacles’ to good ties

China’s foreign minister urged South Korea’s new government today to remove “obstacles” to good relations amid Chinese anger at the US deployment of an anti-missile system on the Korean peninsula.

Jaitley in Kashmir, Asks Army to Give Befitting Reply to Misadventure From Across Border

Jaitley in Kashmir, Asks Army to Give Befitting Reply to Misadventure From Across Border

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley today asked the Army to remain prepared to give a befitting reply to any misadventure from across the border, days after two security personnel were beheaded by the Pakistani Army after crossing the Line of Control (LoC).

DGCA issues new ‘stricter’ rules over notice period for pilots

DGCA issues new ‘stricter’ rules over notice period for pilots

In a dramatic move, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued notice to aviation pilots mandating a notice period of one year for commanders and six months notice period for co-pilots before resignation

J-K: Joint search ops conclude, cordon lifted in Shopian villages

J-K: Joint search ops conclude, cordon lifted in Shopian villages

The joint search operation by the Indian Army and Special Operations Group (SOG) in Shopian has concluded here today and the cordon has also been lifted off from the villages.

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