Author: The Hindustan Times

Mid-air collision between international flights averted over Mumbai

A mid-air collision between two international flights was averted at Mumbai air space following the activation of traffic collision

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Tamil Nadu trying to woo HAL to set up manufacturing unit at Salem

The Tamil Nadu government is impressing upon Hindustan Aeronautics Limited to set up a manufacturing unit at Salem as

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‘Don’t want interim government in Afghanistan,’ India tells US

India has conveyed to the US that any drawdown of American troops in Afghanistan as a result of talks

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Coast Guard ships douse major fire on research vessel

Two Indian Coast Guard ships doused a major fire on board a ship, carrying around 30 crew members and

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‘All are alive and all is well’: No damage done in strike, claims JeM

Masood Azhar, the head of the proscribed Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist group, said in a purported column false news was being

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Close to 50 fighters take part in IAF exercise

The Indian Air Force (IAF) conducted an operational exercise over the skies of border areas in Jammu and Kashmir

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Beijing have to pay for protecting Pakistan

In the 1993 film, Groundhog Day, the lead character Phil awakens each morning to relive the same reality. That

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SpiceJet leases two aircraft to tide over Boeing 737 Max crisis

SpiceJet leased two aircraft from a Turkish airline that will help ease a shortage of jets from Saturday, the

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Masood Azhar: Inside a terrorist’s mind

Pakistan’s Masood Azhar, whose listing as a global terrorist by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on March 13

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Behind China’s move to block Masood Azhar’s listing, a strategic reason

A number of reasons, including the role Pakistan plays in China’s ties with the Muslim world and a sense

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