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Human rights 'breaches' in Jammu & Kashmir should be settled through domestic Indian institutions, said David McAllister, who is leading a delegation of MEPs from European parliament's powerful foreign affairs committee.

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Indian Navy's missile frigate INS Betwa, which toppled over during undocking in December last year, has been made upright and will be operational before April 2018, an Indian Navy official said.

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Dismissing China’s contention that India has not furnished enough evidence against Pakistan-based terrorist Masood Azhar, foreign secretary S Jaishankar today made it clear to senior Chinese officials that the burden of proof is not on New Delhi.

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In line with a decision to step up exploitation of India’s share of water in the Indus Water Treaty (IWT), an environment ministry expert panel has recommended clearance to the 1,856 MW Sawalkote hydropower project in Kashmir.

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It seems the Army's surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in September are paying dividends as Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar told Mail Today on Tuesday that temperatures on the Line of Control have cooled down and the front seems to be "Peaceful compared to last year".

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Global arms sales over the last five years reached their highest level since 1990, with India continuing to top the charts as the world's largest defense importer, a report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute has found.

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India has done a better job than China in promoting satellite launch technology, which could prompt Beijing to fast-track commercialisation of its rocket launches to vie for the world's small satellite launch market, Chinese officials said on Monday.

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In the wake of the reported stagnation in the implementation of the ambitious Chabahar project, Iran has said India should be quick to execute its part of development of the strategic port so as not to miss a ''great opportunity.''

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The Indian Navy has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to procure 11 Submarine version Warship Electronic Chart Display and Information System (WECDIS) along with its associated equipment.

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The unilateral border closure by Pakistan on February 15 once again exposed the current extremely brittle and acrimonious nature of its current relations with Afghanistan.

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A dangerous trend has emerged in the Kashmir valley where youth carrying Islamic State flags and stones flock to shootout sites during gun fights to help militants flee.

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During the 1999 Kargil War, operations of Indian Air Force were hampered as the only combat helicopter, the Mi-35, couldn’t operate at extremely high altitudes where most of the conflict was concentrated.

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Pakistan's abrupt defanging of terrorist leader Hafiz Saeed is a result of behind the scenes effort by the Trump administration led by a "new and tough sheriff in town" and a "skilled and receptive partner" in New Delhi who, together form a "mortal threat . . .

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Keeping in mind the sensitivities of India, Russia has decided against holding any military exercise with Pakistan in future.

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A British Pakistani parliamentarian has been barred from official India visit over his support for the people of Indian occupied Kashmir.

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Seven Naxals were killed in a fierce gun-battle with security forces in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur district today, the police said.

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The Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa today visited the Line of Control (LoC). Like has been the tradition, he used the occasion to spew venom against India.

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China is close to completing its second aircraft carrier, which will begin service by 2020, experts said.

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