Author: The Economic Times (Reuters)

How Saudi Arabia and allies strong-armed Qatar, blindsided US

One of the first signs of the crisis in which three Gulf states and Egypt have cut ties with

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London attack: 21 victims in critical condition

Twenty-one of those injured in Saturday's London Bridge attack are in a critical condition, the Press Association news agency

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Germany asks US for classified briefing on Lockheed’s F-35 fighter

The German Air Force this month sent the US military a written request for classified data on the Lockheed

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Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over Kashmir firing death

Pakistan summoned India's deputy high commissioner on Thursday to condemn what it called "unprovoked" firing over the disputed Kashmir

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Sri Lanka wants to reduce China’s stake in strategic Hambantota port deal

Sri Lanka's government wants a Chinese company to agree to cut its stake in a strategic port project by

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China’s C919 passenger jet moves closer to maiden flight

China's C919 passenger jet, the symbol of its lofty aviation ambitions, has passed a major technical assessment, and has

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Boeing, US govt sign $3.4 bn deal for AH-64E Apache helicopters

Boeing Co said on Thursday it had signed a $3.4 billion contract with the US government through which the

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CAG criticises Army for slack maintenance of weapons systems

The Comptroller and Auditor General has slammed the army for not being able to effectively maintain large inventory of

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China to step up patrols to create “first class” navy

China will step up patrols and ensure it has a "first class" navy equipped with the best armaments, senior

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US weighs deploying up to 1,000 ‘reserve’ troops for IS fight

US President Donald Trump's administration is weighing a deployment of up to 1,000 American soldiers to Kuwait to serve

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