Author: The Statesman

So, what’s wrong with beating our chests?

At the recently concluded Chandigarh Military Literature Festival, the former army commander who oversaw the surgical strikes, Lt Gen

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It would have been better if surgical strikes were carried out secretly: Lt Gen DS Hooda

Describing the retributive actions, or surgical strikes, across the Line of Control as “business as usual” for the defense

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FATF lens on terror funding by Pakistan

Dissatisfied with the measures taken by Islamabad to combat terror funding and money laundering, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) appears to

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Killer of Lt Umar Fayaz among 6 terrorists killed today

In another major success within two days, six terrorists, including top commanders of Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT),

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Air Force must work to reduce crashes

It is quite a paradoxical situation that our scientists are now world leaders in satellite technology and have established

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Italian PM Giuseppe Conte To Visit India On Tuesday

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will be in New Delhi on Tuesday on his first visit to India after

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Tibetan govt to promote middle way approach to resolve Tibet issue

The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) would release report on issues faced by Tibetans and promote the “middle way” approach

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J-K: Gunfight on in Kashmir’s Baramulla

A gunfight started on Thursday between holed-up militants and security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district, police said.

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India needs Russia for more than weapons

The recent visit by President Vladimir Putin to India was possibly more successful than the much touted 2+2 dialogue,

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Four Students Allegedly Linked To Terror Outfits Nabbed In Punjab

In a joint operation with the Punjab Police on Wednesday, the Jammu and Kashmir Police nabbed four students allegedly

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