Author: The Quint

After Terror Alert, J&K Govt Asks Amarnath Yatris to Leave Valley

Soon after a joint press briefing by the army and police on intelligence inputs that there were attempts by

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Can Militancy In Kashmir Survive Without Pakistan’s Support?

Who is the ‘rightful’ owner of the guns used by militants in Kashmir? Is it the militant himself, or

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Passengers Stop SpiceJet Flights in Mumbai After 16-Hour Delay

Chaos erupted at Chhtatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai on Saturday, 13 July, as a number of passengers stopped

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About 80K Vacancies In Indian Armed Forces; Over 9K Officer Posts

Minister of State for Defence Shripad Naik informed the Rajya Sabha on Monday, 1 July 2019, that a total

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Attacks on Armed Forces, IAF Crashes: Where Does the Buck Stop?

A recent print media report suggested that the government has asked the Army to take action against commanders in whose jurisdictions

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US May Offer F-35 Combat Aircraft to India, But Should We Take It?

A recent report in The Economic Times suggests that the US may offer its fifth-generation F-35 combat jet to

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Lanka for global intelligence sharing to end terror

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has called on countries to join hands in sharing intelligence to deal with international

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US & Iran May Not Go To War But India Still Has Reason to Worry

Will President Donald Trump’s campaign of ‘maximum pressure’ against Iran, stumble into war by accident, miscalculation, or misreading of

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Has India Put Bilateral Relations With Iran At Stakes For Masood Azhar?

Modi government wants to be on same page as Trump administration to sideline Islamabad, but increasing proximity with Israel

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Spicejet Hires 500 Jet Airways Employees, Including 100 Pilots

Budget carrier SpiceJet on Friday, 19 April, said it has already absorbed over 500 employees, including 100 pilots, of

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