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Siachen issue part of larger problem with Pakistan: Subhash Bhamre

Siachen issue part of larger problem with Pakistan: Subhash Bhamre

India has made it clear to Pakistan that the solution to Siachen issue is part of the larger issue which includes Pakistan’s support to terrorism in the country, the government today said.

India gives it back to Pakistan on Gilgit-Baltistan, says entire state of J&K will remain its integral part

India gives it back to Pakistan on Gilgit-Baltistan, says entire state of J&K will remain its integral part

A day after reports of Pakistan declaring that its Gilgit Baltistan region may be declared as fifth province in the country, India today gave it back to Pakistan, says entire state of J&K will remain its integral part .

Arun Jaitley Assumes Additional Charge, Humungous Tasks Ahead For Manohar Parrikar’s Successor In Defence Ministry

Arun Jaitley Assumes Additional Charge, Humungous Tasks Ahead For Manohar Parrikar’s Successor In Defence Ministry

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday assumed the additional charge of the defence ministry until Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets a suitable candidate to hold this coveted and strategic portfolio of defence.

Parliamentary Panel Pulls Up MoD For No Concrete Action After Uri, Pathankot Attacks

Parliamentary Panel Pulls Up MoD For No Concrete Action After Uri, Pathankot Attacks

A parliamentary panel on Thursday questioned the Defence Ministry for not taking any “concrete measures” following terror attacks like Uri and Pathankot.

India To Go For Sukhoi Fifth Generation Stealth Fighters Only If Russia Agrees To Transfer Technology

India To Go For Sukhoi Fifth Generation Stealth Fighters Only If Russia Agrees To Transfer Technology

A deal between India and Russia for the joint development of the Sukhoi-HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) will go through only if the latter agrees to complete transfer of technology, Times Of India has reported today. This development comes soon after India constituted a panel to examine what the country gains from the project.

BJP: Kashmiris Who Glorify Terrorists Should Learn From Sartaj Who Refused To Take His Son’s Dead Body

BJP: Kashmiris Who Glorify Terrorists Should Learn From Sartaj Who Refused To Take His Son’s Dead Body

Appreciating the step taken by the father of Saifullah, the ISIS terror accused killed in an operation in Lucknow, by not accepting his son’s body, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that extremist elements in Kashmir should take lessons from the former rather than glorifying a terrorist.

J&K protestors being encouraged by Pakistan-based groups: CRPF

J&K protestors being encouraged by Pakistan-based groups: CRPF

The militants and infiltrators send out appeals to the local people of Jammu and Kashmir to come and disrupt the operations and create a diversion, says a senior CRPF officer.

India’s stand consistent, nothing new in ex-Pak NSA’s revelation on 26/11 attacks: Kiren Rijiju

India’s stand consistent, nothing new in ex-Pak NSA’s revelation on 26/11 attacks: Kiren Rijiju

Reacting to former Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Mahmud Ali Durrani’s admission of Pak-based terror groups involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, Union minister Kiren Rijiju on Monday said there is “nothing new” in his remark.

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 […]

Highrises Can Now Come Up Within 10 Metres Of Army Camps

Highrises Can Now Come Up Within 10 Metres Of Army Camps

In a major development, the Narendra Modi government has decided to ease the restrictions on the construction of high-rise buildings close to Army Camps or Defence establishments from 500 metres to 10 metres.