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India Will Maintain Ties With Russia Independent Of United States: Ashley Tellis

India Will Maintain Ties With Russia Independent Of United States: Ashley Tellis

India will maintain its relationship with Russia “independent of the US” as Moscow is willing to provide in depth capabilities and technologies which America would not offer, a top US expert has said.

Father who lost son in Sukma attack still wants younger son to join army

Father who lost son in Sukma attack still wants younger son to join army

While the nation is still mourning the death of 26 CRPF jawans killed in an attack by Maoist insurgents in Chattisgarh Sukma on April 24, the attack has shocked a father who lost his 28-year-old son.

Smaller the plane, more expensive a seat: Ajay Singh

Smaller the plane, more expensive a seat: Ajay Singh

As the government rolls out the regional connectivity scheme, SpiceJet’s Chairman and Managing Director Ajay Singh spoke to Anjuli Bhargava

The 30th ASEAN Summit and the South China Sea issue

The 30th ASEAN Summit and the South China Sea issue

With the 30th Summit at the end of the month and in the 50th year of the organization’s existence, ASEAN is again going to be faced with the vexed problem of South China Sea where there has been an ominous shift in the geo-political and maritime landscape, notwithstanding the temporary distraction by the build-up of tensions on the Korean peninsula, and the difficult choice to take a position on the same.

Pakistan lawyers told not to take up Kulbhushan Jadhav case

Pakistan lawyers told not to take up Kulbhushan Jadhav case

Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian national sentenced to death in Pakistan by a secret military court over allegations of spying, is likely to face hurdles in getting justice since lawyers in the country have been asked not to help him appeal to a higher court.

Kashmir voter turnout, then and now

Kashmir voter turnout, then and now

We pride ourselves on having a political syetem that is far superior to any in the immediate, even extended, neighbourhood From an impressive 65 per cent in the winter of 2014, the voter turnout plunged to 7 per cent and 2 per cent in the recently conducted Srinagar by-polls.

Exclusive: Will start Salwa Judum again if needed: Mahendra Karma’s son

Exclusive: Will start Salwa Judum again if needed: Mahendra Karma’s son

Chhattisgarh is on high alert after the brutal Naxal attack killed at least 25 paramilitary personnel on Monday. The attack that is said to be the worst in the last seven years, took place between the Burkapal-Chintagufa areas in the Maoist centre of Bastar.

Government will review anti-Naxal strategy: Rajnath Singh

Government will review anti-Naxal strategy: Rajnath Singh

The government will review its anti-Naxalite strategy, Home minister Rajnath Singh said today after paying homage to 25 CRPF men killed in a deadly ambush by Maoists in Chhattisgarh

3-Hour Battle With Maoists, Air Force Rescue, And Bravery Of CRPF Jawans

3-Hour Battle With Maoists, Air Force Rescue, And Bravery Of CRPF Jawans

After a crowd of at least 300 Naxals closed in on paramilitary commandos, ambushing them in the thick forest of Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district, the Air Force swooped in to help, with its helicopters landing in the heart of a Maoist stronghold, despite concerns of the insurgents opening fire.

China’s Newest Aircraft Carrier Should Worry India

China’s Newest Aircraft Carrier Should Worry India

The launch of China’s second aircraft carrier, expected as soon as this week, will be an important and depressing moment for India.