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IS threat to Phillippines President Duterte on Republic Day worries Indian agencies

Ten heads of state are set to attend the celebrations in New Delhi, including Rodrigo Duterte, and agencies are

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China’s Troop Buildup In Doklam Means India Can’t Protect Bhutan

Thanks to diligent hard work by Col. (retd) Vinayak Bhat and ThePrint, the Indian public knows the result of our Doklam

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India’s Nuclear Submarine Base Gets A Big Boost—Thanks To Narendra Modi Govt

India’s secret nuclear submarine base coming up on the east coast has got a shot in the arm with

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The Desi LCA is Defence Ministry’s Low-Hanging Fruit And It Needs To Be Plucked Now

It has been loved, hated, coveted, admonished and even ridiculed but for India’s homegrown combat aircraft, right now might

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Indian Army’s Mahar Regiment: Home To Two Army Chiefs And A Param Vir Chakra

At the centre of the Dalit-upper caste violence in Maharashtra is the celebration of the 200-year-old battle of Bhima-Koregaon,

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MiG 29k Crash Followed 8 Years of Engine Troubles & Frustration About Performance

The troubled MiG 29K fleet of the Indian Navy saw its first accident Wednesday, eight years after the fighter

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Setback For Indian Missile Programme: Two Failures In A Week, Submarine Version Stuck

The Indian missile development programme has encountered a setback with two successive failures within a week, including a worrying

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December Images Show China Fortifying Doklam Defences Facing India

Troop buildup near Doklam increased in November-end, fresh satellite images show. ThePrint’s Shekhar Gupta and Manu Pubby discuss why

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Most Pakistanis Would Rather Forget The Tragic Day Of 16 Dec, 1971, Than Learn From It

The East Pakistan Tragedy shows the pitfalls that Pakistan must avoid in civil-military relations, military decision-making in the politics,

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India Loses Its Troop Scanning Heron UAV, Secretive Sensors To China Crash

India has lost a valuable troop scanning unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), along with its payload of sensors and intelligence

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