Author: India Today

Chinese Engineers Wait For Approval Of World’s Longest 1000-Km Tunnel To Divert Brahmaputra To Xinjiang

Chinese engineers have submitted plans of building a 1,000km tunnel to divert waters of the Brahmaputra from Tibet to

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Ration Allowance, Free Ration For Defence Forces Personnel In 'peace Areas' To Continue

Defence Ministry Examining Status Equivalence Issue

The government is seriously examining the long-standing issue relating to status equivalence between military officers and their civilian counterparts.

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Terrorism, Global Challenge

India Not Unaffected By Global Challenges Like Terrorism

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the world is facing challenges like terrorism and radicalisation, and India is

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LoC During Surgical Strikes

Prison Term For Chandu Chavan, Jawan Who Strayed Across LoC During Surgical Strikes

An Army court has recommended nearly three months' imprisonment for Chandu Babulal Chavan, an Indian soldier who strayed across

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Appointment Of Kashmir Interlocutor Wont Impact Army Ops:

Army Chief Gen. Bipin Rawat today said the appointment of an interlocutor to engage in dialogue with all stakeholders

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Chinese Army Hails ‘Peaceful Resolution’ Of Doklam Stand-Off At Party Congress

China's People's Liberation Army on Sunday hailed the "peaceful resolution" of the standoff with India at Doklam , amid

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This Day In 1962: China-india War Started With Synchronised Attack On Ladakh, Arunachal

Exactly 55 years ago, a full-fledge war broke out between India and China. The Sino-India war began on October

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Jaipur, Srinagar Top Ranked Airports In Small Aerodrome

AAI-owned Jaipur and Srinagar airports have been ranked among the best aerodromes in the world in the 2-5 million

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Sorry Tale Of Garud Headgear : Lack Of Proper Combat Gear And The Mounting Threat On Lives Of IAF Commandos

IAF special forces operative Sergeant Milind Kishor's "bulletproof" helmet was pierced twice by the shots Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists fired during

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Maoists Loot Boats Carrying Provisions For BSF

Maoists allegedly looted at least two vessel-loads of grocery items which were being sent to a BSF camp at

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