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Kashmir unrest: Unchecked circulation of provocative fake news may derail chances of peace

Kashmir unrest: Unchecked circulation of provocative fake news may derail chances of peace

The Kashmir Valley may be staring at another tumultuous summer if rumors mongers on social and mainstream media are not prevented from circulating fictitious and provocative fake news. In several of these instances, in fact, the “news” is even supplemented with quotes from officials. Media scholars inside and outside the Valley say this is an […]

The End Of An Era, INS VIRAAT Decommissioned

The End Of An Era, INS VIRAAT Decommissioned

A glorious era of INS Viraat being the flag ship of the Indian Navy came to an end on Monday- the 6 th of March 2017 as INS Viraat, the second Centaur-Class aircraft carrier in service was decommissioned on the day in a solemn yet grand ceremony at Naval Dockyard, Mumbai

SpiceJet to reserve seats for solo female travelers

SpiceJet to reserve seats for solo female travelers

Ajay Singh-led SpiceJet has decided to reserve the entire fourth row of its aircraft for its solo women passengers beginning March 8 – the International Women’s Day.

Air India to raise $470 million for 4 B787s

Air India to raise $470 million for 4 B787s

State-owned Air India is likely to raise a short-term loan of $470 million to part fund the acquisition of four Boeing Dreamliner jets.

Pakistan’s biggest terror admission: Ex-NSA MA Durrani admits role in 26/11 Mumbai attacks

Pakistan’s biggest terror admission: Ex-NSA MA Durrani admits role in 26/11 Mumbai attacks

In a biggest statement ever made by an ex-Pakistani general that proves that Pakistan is a terrorist sponsoring state, Ex-Pak NSA Mahmud Ali Durrani exposed the role of Pakistan in the 26/11 Mumbai attack

True Education Teaches Nationalism, Builds Character, Says Parrikar

True Education Teaches Nationalism, Builds Character, Says Parrikar

Commenting on the debate on freedom of speech and expression currntly raging in national capital Delhi, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, who was in Darjeeling on Sunday

How India Can Build On Its Africa Ties To Counter Chinese Advances

How India Can Build On Its Africa Ties To Counter Chinese Advances

The recent visit by Indian Vice-President Hamid Ansari to Africa was his second in two years. This had come close on the heels of President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit in June last year and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two visits, one in 2016 and another in early 2015.

Onboard LCA: With Tejas, India looks to take off

Onboard LCA: With Tejas, India looks to take off

In a country where the Army struggles for a reliable, home-made rifle, building a proven fighter jet goes beyond being ambitious. What if the ambition bears actually fruit?

Pakistanis spam Indian Army WhatsApp number meant for jawans to air grievances to chief Rawat

Pakistanis spam Indian Army WhatsApp number meant for jawans to air grievances to chief Rawat

Army’s WhatsApp number launched to address the grievances of jawans has been filled up with spam messages from Pakistanis who are using it to abuse India.

Indus basin: Punjab and J&K to resume work on Shahpur Kandi dam project

Indus basin: Punjab and J&K to resume work on Shahpur Kandi dam project

Days before its annual Indus Water Commission meeting with Pakistan+ in Lahore, India has stepped up its efforts of building adequate infrastructure to utilise its legitimate share of waters on eastern rivers (Ravi, Beas and Sutlej) of the Indus system.