Author: Daily Excelsior

India Set To Become Third-largest Aviation Market In World

India Set To Become Third-largest Aviation Market In World: VP

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu said on Thursday that India is witnessing a  high-growth trajectory and is set to

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Cross-LoC Bus Service

Cross-LoC Bus Service Via Poonch Remains Suspended For 17th Week

The cross-LoC bus service on the Poonch-Rawalakot road between Jammu and Kashmir, and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) remained suspended

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Sitharaman Emphasis For Water Warriors

Sitharaman Emphasis For Water Warriors To Be Strong & Vigilant At Sea

Complimenting the water warriors for securing country’s maritime interests, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Thursday emphasised the need for

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LoC Tensions

No Exchange Of Diwali Sweets Between India, Pak Due To LoC Tensions

There was no exchange of sweets on the Line of Control (LoC) as well as International Border (IB) between

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J&k Core Agenda At Army, IAF Comdrs’ Conferences

Top Army and Indian Air Force (IAF) Commanders separately debated security situation, challenges, operational preparedness and threats from across

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Security Situation

Rijiju Arrives In Srinagar, Briefed About Security Situation In Kashmir

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju was today briefed about the security situation in Kashmir, where

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BSF Retaliation

Pak Army Takes Control Of Forward Posts As Rangers Flee After BSF Retaliation

As the Rangers were unable to face the BSF onslaught along the International Border and had to desert some

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James Mattis

US Def Secy James Mattis Likely To Visit India In Late Sept

US defence secretary James Mattis is likely to visit India in the last week of September during which both

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Fully seized of security needs of country: Govt

The Government today said it is fully seized of the security needs of the country and regularly reviews the

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India Still Unable To Develop Indigenous Rifle, Rues Ansari

India still imports 60 per cent of its defence requirement and has not been able to develop a proper

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