Author: The Economic Times (Reuters)

Hoping To Extend Maritime Reach, China Lavishes Aid On Pakistan Town

China is lavishing vast amounts of aid on a small Pakistani fishing town to win over locals and build

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Two US B-1B Bombers Join US-South Korean Military Drills

Two US B-1B bombers took part in joint U.S.-South Korean military drills on Thursday, an official at Seoul's defence

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Air India Express Plans Growth Before Privatisation, Says CEO K Shyamsundar

State-owned Air India's low cost airline Air India Express will continue to expand before the group's privatisation next year,

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Airasia India Expects Revenue To Double This Year, Triple In 2018

Budget carrier AirAsia India expects revenue to double to 12 billion Indian rupees ($186 million) this calendar year, and

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Nuclear Strategists Call For Bold Move: Scrap ICBM Arsenal

Imagine it is 3 am, and the president of the United States is asleep in the White House

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India Cracks Open Iran Sea Route To Afghanistan, Bypassing Rival

India is in talks with Iran to begin interim operations at a port in southeast Iran, officials say, proceeding

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Jet Airways Confirms Order For 75 Boeing Aircraft

Jet Airways said on Wednesday it had agreed to buy 75 Boeing 737 Max aircraft, and that it

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North Korea May Consider Hydrogen Bomb Test In Pacific, Kim Jong-un Calls Donald Trump ‘deranged’

North Korea said on Friday it might test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean after President Donald Trump

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Lockheed Martin Offers To Export F-16 Fighter Jets From Proposed India Facility

Lockheed Martin is closing in on an international deal for F-16 fighter planes, and has offered to eventually build

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Philippines Says China Has Agreed No New Expansion In South China Sea

China has assured the Philippines it will not occupy new features or territory in the South China Sea, under

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