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Turkey willing to mediate between ‘friends’ India and Pakistan, says envoy Sakir Ozkan Torunlar

Turkey is willing to mediate for peace between India and Pakistan if both sides consent to a third-party intervention

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ISIS influence growing in South India, particularly Kerala: Social media monitoring firms

The influence of ISIS propaganda has been growing across South India, particularly in Kerala, over the last four years,

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After 10-year wait, defence ministry to grant ex-servicemen status to military nurses

 The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is working to change the definition of ‘ex-servicemen’ to include women officers of the

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Balakot & dead soldier’s video sparks debate on Indian military’s media strategy

A recent judgment by the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) on an Army complaint has triggered a debate on

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Increasing use of military in political debate is worrisome, says Lt Gen Hooda

Lt Gen (retd) D S Hooda, the main architect of the 2016 surgical strikes on terror launch pads in

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Politicise all you want, but Indian soldiers don’t fight in the name of nationalism alone

As India is in the middle of a high-pitched, national security-driven campaign by the BJP this Lok Sabha election,

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China’s nuclear missile submarine strength grows, could be larger than global estimates

China’s naval strategy in the Indo-Pacific, especially the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), seeks to prevail on the US Navy

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Story of Flt Lt Alfred Tyrone Cooke: IAF’s unsung 1965 hero & his classic 1 vs 4 air combat

Twelve PAF F86F Sabres of 14 Sqn PAF were based at Tejgaon in East Pakistan and represented the sum

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Now linked to Sri Lanka terror, here’s how south India became a hotbed of radicalisation

Last week, reports emerged that India’s intelligence agencies were probing allegations that the terrorists who carried out the Easter Sunday bombings

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Military & central police forces angry as govt panel on pay parity keeps them out

There is considerable “heartburn” in the Indian military and the central armed police forces over the continued denial of

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