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Suicide Bomber Kills Four Pakistani Soldiers In Troubled Northwest

A suicide bomber killed four Pakistani soldiers in an attack in the troubled northwest near the border with Afghanistan,

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Rajya Sabha: Amid Doklam Stand-off, Arun Jaitley Says Indian Army Ready To Meet Any Challenge

Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said the Indian armed forces are strong enough to meet any challenge to the country's

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Article 35A and its significance

Article 35A of the Constitution of India,unknown to the public domain till recent times, has raked up an intense

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Abu Dujana’s Clip Reveals al-Qaida’s Expanding Footprint In Kashmir Valley

In a region already crowded with terrorist outfits ranging from Lashkar-e-Taiba to Jaish-e-Muhammed and Hizbul Mujahideen, the al-Qaida seems

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Divestment Will Open Doors To Better Future For Air India: CMD

Air India's global expansion plans, along with the induction of more aircraft and pilots, would not be hindered by

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Vietnam Challenges China At Security Talks

Vietnam urged other Southeast Asian nations to take a stronger stand against Chinese expansionism in the South China

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China Mulling ‘small Scale Military Operations’ Against India: Expert

China is planning a "small scale military operation" to "expel" Indian troops from the Doklam area "within two weeks",

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Sri Lankan Military Did Not Commit Any Offences: Army Chief

Sri Lankan military is a "highly disciplined" force and did not commit "any offences" during the brutal three-decade-long civil

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UDAAN Scheme Crashes In Agra As Operators Avoid Flying To The City

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Agra in his pre-election rally on November 13, 2013, his focus was on

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Kashmir: After Let Commander Abu Dujana, New Most Wanted List Of Six Includes Wasim Ah And Zakir Rashid Bhat

After gunning down Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) Kashmir commander Abu Dujana and his close associate Arfi Dar on Tuesday (August 1),

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