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China Builds Defences In PoK Territory India Claims, Carries Out Joint Patrols With Pakistan

China is ramping up its defences and patrolling the Khunjerab Pass with Pakistani troops in territory that India claims,

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How A Modi Govt Innovation Is Taking Air-Connectivity To Small-town India

Before 2016, India had 75 operational airports, built over a century. In the year-and-a-half since, that number has increased

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India-China Military Hotline Talks Run Into Protocol Congestion Within A Week

Talks to establish a hotline telephone link between the militaries of India and China, revived only last week, have

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While Indian Army Globetrots In Search Of A Modern Rifle, A Hi-tech One Is Made In Chambal

In two weeks from now a factory near the Chambal ravines in Madhya Pradesh will fashion a bullpup. A

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While Indian Army Globetrots In Search Of A Modern Rifle, A Hi-tech One Is Made In Chambal

In two weeks from now a factory near the Chambal ravines in Madhya Pradesh will fashion a bullpup. A

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Assumption Island Deal Could Help India Regain Lost Ground In Indian Ocean

In a major strategic breakthrough and diplomatic victory, India and Seychelles have agreed to work together on a project

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DRDO Is Yet To Get A Full-Time Chief As Lobbying Delays Appointment

India’s premier defence research body, the Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO), has been without a full-time chief for nearly

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Will The Indian Ocean Soon Become China’s Ocean?

In the Mahabharata, the story of Brahma disguised as a little fish Matsya – who allows himself to be

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Trump Not First Arrogant US President. Richard Nixon Talked Nuclear Strike On India In ’71

President Donald Trump, it is clear, presides over a regime of untruth and personally inhabits a realm of fantasy.

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With US Sanctions, India Has Perfect Window Of Opportunity For Defence Deals With Vietnam

For the Vietnamese government, defence ties are a cornerstone of the relationship with India. So, the substantive movement on

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