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Pakistan violates ceasefire again, targets Indian posts in Rajouri


Jammu: There is no let-up in ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops which indulged in unprovoked firing overnight on Indian forward posts along the Line of Control in Rajouri district.
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CBI probe likely into functioning of secret unit set up by V.K. Singh


New Delhi: The government is likely to order a CBI inquiry into the alleged unauthorised operations and financial wrongdoings by a top secret intelligence unit set up by then Army chief Gen V K Singh

Our restraint should not be taken for granted, India tells Pakistan


New Delhi: Blaming Pakistan for killing of its five soldiers on August 6 in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir, India on Monday said its restraint should not be taken for granted and that the inciden

Naval disaster: 18 die as submarine explodes in Mumbai; Sabotage not ruled out

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Mumbai/Visakhapatnam: Three explosions and an ensuing fire shortly after midnight on Thursday on INS Sindhurakshak, the Navy’s frontline Russian-origin conventional diesel-electric submarine, submerg

Pakistan, India should cut defence spending: PM Nawaz Sharif


Islamabad: Calling for an end to the arms race in the region, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has asked India to join Pakistan in taking steps to cut defence expenditure.
“Regional peace will remain unde

Indian Army most influential in Asia Pacific: US General


Washington: The Indian Army is by far the most influential in the Asia Pacific region, a top American General has said, asserting that the US should work with partners like India and Egypt to shape a

After Af-Pak, US to deploy drones to fresh frontiers


Washington: The US is shifting its huge fleet of drones from combat zones in Afghanistan and Pakistan to fresh frontiers, where these planes will spy on a melange of armed groups, drug runners, pirat

Govt liberalises FDI limits in 12 sectors; 100 per cent allowed in telecom

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New Delhi: Opening the doors to shore up foreign investments, the government on Tuesday liberalised FDI limits in a dozen sectors, including allowing 100 per cent in telecom and higher limits in 'sta

Don't provoke China with new trouble: General warns India

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Beijing: Hours before the arrival of Defence Minister A.K. Antony here for high-level talks, a hawkish Chinese General on Thursday warned India against provoking 'new trouble' by increasing its milit

Antony opposes proposal for hiking FDI in defence to 49 per cent


New Delhi: Defence Minister A.K. Antony has shot down Commerce Ministry's proposal to raise FDI in defence from 26 per cent to 49 per cent, saying it will be a ‘retrograde’ step and ‘stymie’ the grow

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