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AN-32 has served IAF for 35 years. We can’t turn our back on ageing workhorse now

My heart goes out to the families, friends and colleagues of all the 13 Indian Air Force personnel who

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Sniper rifles for Indian Army delayed as 20 firms offer weapon, but none make ammunition

The Indian Army’s wait for much-needed sniper rifles just got longer, with the procurement process hitting a glitch: 20

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IAF gets to work, begins picking the Indians who will go to space on ISRO’s Gaganyaan

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has begun the process of shortlisting 10 potential astronauts for the country’s maiden manned

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IAF plans to stop flying AN-32 over mountains and seas after Arunachal crash

The Indian Air Force (IAF) is planning to curtail the role of the Antonov-32 (AN-32) in extreme environments following

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Can ignoring Imran Khan get Pakistan to deliver on terror or should Modi resume engagement?

PM Narendra Modi and Pakistan PM Imran Khan appear unlikely to engage with each other at the Shanghai Cooperation

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20 years after Battle of Tololing, defence reforms & Kashmir policy are Modi’s key challenges

In retrospect, the Battle of Tololing, fought between India and Pakistan during the Kargil war in 1999, was not

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Wiser after Balakot, India orders missiles worth $700 million from Russia

After the Balakot strike and the dogfight with the Pakistani air force in February, India is looking to increase

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NIA arrests ‘Facebook friend’ of Sri Lanka Easter suicide bomber in Coimbatore

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested a “Facebook friend” of Zahran Hashim, the suicide bomber of Sri Lanka’s

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India, Pakistan need to move on for sake of SAARC, BIMSTEC no alternative: Nepal envoy

India and Pakistan should get over their differences and get SAARC moving again in the larger interest of South Asia,

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How IAF shot down a Pakistani naval aircraft and killed 16 a month after Kargil in 1999

Pakistan is set to finally open its airspace when Air India One, carrying Narendra Modi, makes it way to

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