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With Trump cosying up to Pakistan, India has reason to feel like it needs a new friend

Pakistan reopened its airspace Tuesday morning, nearly five months after the Balakot air strikes, allowing Indian and other airlines

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Indian forces back to peacetime alert after Balakot but forward bases with Pakistan active

The Indian military has finally gone back to ‘peacetime alert level’ after several weeks of heightened tension with Pakistan

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India, Russia eye more joint collaborations, pact soon for manufacturing defence spares

In a strategic move, India and Russia are all set to sign a major inter-governmental agreement (IGA) on spare

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Kargil’s little-known fact: How IAF used helicopters to target intruders at high altitudes

Today, 16 July, marks the day when Operation Safed Sagar, the air component of Operation Vijay that was launched

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Imran Khan’s US visit is for home audience. Bajwa’s Army will do the real talking

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who once accused the US of ‘destroying Pakistan’ and blamed his country’s politicians for

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Should the Afghan peace process really matter to India?

There isn’t going to be any peace in Afghanistan because the various talks underway, whether in Doha or Moscow

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Modi isn’t about to change India into national security state like Pakistan & bankrupt it

Three things have triggered this week’s thought process. One, the wide dismay in the strategic community over the stationary defence

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Russia wants to build P75I submarines, says India needs better vessels than Scorpene

Russia is eyeing building the next generation of conventional submarines for the Indian Navy, a mega contract worth about

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Amethi factory expected to begin making Russian AK-203 rifles this year for Indian Army

India and Russia are aiming to kickstart the joint production of AK-203 assault rifles, which will become the mainstay

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India, Russia agree on new payment mode for S-400 deal to get around US sanctions

India is set to pay the first installment for the $5.2 billion S-400 Triumf air defence system to Russia

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