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From battling internal security issues in Jammu & Kashmir to handling big powers: Analysis of India’s national security in 2018

After the fairly intense years of 2016 and 2017 when Kashmir's internal security and the Doklam standoff, respectively, marked

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Centre directs all airports to make public announcements in local language first, then in Hindi and English

The government Wednesday directed all airports to make public announcements in local language first, followed by Hindi and English,

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India, Pakistan can go ‘arch-rivals’ Ethiopia-Eritrea way to usher in peace, turn decades of ‘enmity’ into friendship

One doesn't need to live years abroad to see the light, but perhaps it helps. At least, it did

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Kashmir limps back to normalcy after three days of protests over killing of seven civilians by security forces

Kashmir limped back to normalcy on Tuesday, except for the southern districts, after three days of strike and protests

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Mujgund encounter: Three LeT militants killed in gunfight near Srinagar; five jawans injured in 18-hour gunfight

Security forces on Sunday killed three militants, including a Pakistani commander of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror outfit, in Mujgund,

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Narendra Modi’s pitch to OPEC, Christian Michel’s extradition shows PM has breathed new life into relationship with Gulf nations

Last Monday, ahead of Thursday’s crucial meeting in Vienna among world’s major oil producing countries, crude prices stopped sliding

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Jammu and Kashmir: Security forces use strong intelligence network, CCTV surveillance to thin ranks of militants

A strong intelligence network and the surveillance of militants on cellphones and closed circuit television (CCTV) footage has helped the

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Etihad, Jet Airways in talks on rescue deal: sources

Etihad Airways is holding talks with Jet Airways Ltd and its bankers on a rescue plan for the debt-laden Indian

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Indian Army ‘upset’ over govt rejecting its long-standing demand for higher pay, say military sources

The government has rejected a long-standing demand of the armed forces for higher Military Service Pay (MSP) for over

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26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Justice delayed could well be justice denied if Pakistan continues to drag its feet on trial

The 10th anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks has passed, with many events commemorating one of the most brazen

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