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India swept by missile delusion: Chinese daily

India may have missiles that can reach most parts of China but stands 'no chance in an overall arms race' with the country, a Chinese daily said on Thursday, when India test-fired its 5,000 km range n

CBI searches BEML chairman's home


The CBI on Thursday carried out searches at several locations, including the residence of BEML chairman V.R.S. Natarajan, in connection with alleged irregularities in tendering process for hiring a

CBI carries out searches in Noida, Delhi in Tatra case

The CBI on Wednesday carried out searches at three locations in Noida and the national capital in connection with its probe into alleged irregularities in the procurement and supply of Tatra all te

US soldiers found posing with remains of suicide bombers

US troops posed with mangled remains of suspected Taliban suicide bombers. American paratroopers sent to check out reports that Afghan police had recovered the mangled remains of a suicide bomber, pos

Tatra truck deal: BEML chief quizzed by CBI

BEML Chairman and Managing Director V.R.S. Natarajan on Tuesday appeared before the CBI as the agency had asked him to come for giving clarifications pertaining to procurement and supply of Tatra all-

Attacks in Afghanistan: Antony asks forces to be vigilant

Noting that the situation in Afghanistan-Pakistan region continues to be a cause of concern, Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Monday asked the armed forces to be more vigilant citing Sunday's attack

Dhumal takes up Annadale ground issue with PM


Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister P.K. Dhumal on Monday took up the issue of control over Shimla's Annandale grounds, on which his government is at loggerheads with the army, with Prime Minister Manmoha

Annandale ground: Army, Himachal head for confrontation

The Indian Army and the Himachal Pradesh government appear to be heading for a confrontation over the strategically important Annandale ground, which has been in possession of the army since World War

HP government, Army row over Annandale ground escalates

The row between Himachal Pradesh government and military over ownership of Annandale ground on Sunday escalated with the Army saying national security cannot be ignored for 'game and gimmicks' and the

Army recruitment: Candidates with tattoos rejected


Candidates sporting meaningless tattoos on their body will not be recruited in armed forces, Brigadier Pankaj Sinha who is in-charge of Chennai recruiting zone, said.

Mr Sinha who was here on Thursda

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