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India on Saturday successfully test-fired what is hailed as a gen-next state-of-the-art interceptor missile from a defence base off Odisha coast, achieving a significant milestone in its ongoing Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) programme.

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The surface-to-surface nuke capable Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM) Agni-IV test fired off Odisha coast on Monday is the most advanced ballistic missile in its class that India has developed so far.

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As Islamic State's (IS) hold over swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria weakens due to international military efforts and the likelihood of its battle-hardened foreign fighters returning to their respective homeland increases, agencies here have warned of a "grave" terror threat from the Indian returnees.

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When the British Royal Flying Corps was created in 1912, the force consisted of nothing more than a few crude aircraft with an accompanying number of balloons.

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The surgical strikes carried out by the Indian army's special forces in end-September on Pakistani terrorist launch-pads across the Line of Control are still a subject of (hot) debate more than a week after they were executed.

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In a bid to strengthen the country's defence capacity, India plans to sign big-ticket defence deals with its traditional and strategic partner Russia during the upcoming annual summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi next week in Goa on October 15-16.

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India celebrates its 70th Independence Day on Monday. It was on August 15, 1947 that our country got freedom from nearly 200 years of British rule. Every year, on the eve of I-Day, the President of India addresses the nation on television.

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May 11 is observed as the National Technology Day every year to honour the history of India’s technological inventions and knowledge.

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The highly trained Indian Navy Commandos are one of the most elite forces around the world. They are trained for cross-border and open-seas precision surgical strikes. They undergo one of the most rigorous training programs and we are about to see what exactly they do.

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