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Isis-affiliated fighters “apologised” after launching an attack on Israeli soldiers, the country’s former defence minister has claimed.

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India and the US are ready to carry out its naval exercise in the Malabar in the Bay of Bengal this coming July. Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force will also join the naval drill that will be more sophisticated than all previous editions.

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China has banned dozens of Islamic names like 'Saddam' and 'Jihad' for babies belonging to the restive Muslim-majority Xinjiang province, in a move that would prevent children from getting access to education and government benefits, a leading rights group said today.

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Renaming of six places by China in Arunachal Pradesh was not in retaliation for the Dalai Lama's visit to the state, but a way to convey Beijing's resoluteness in not making any concessions to New Delhi in border talks, a Chinese expert has said.

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The message from Delhi was clear and that there shall be no talks with the separatists of Jammu and Kashmir until the stone pelting stops.

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India, Afghanistan and the U.S. will revive the trilateral strategic dialogue to take on regional challenges especially terrorism, Dr. Shaida Abdali, Afghanistan Ambassador in India said.

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Pakistan is rolling out a tax red carpet for Chinese investors in the $56 billion economic corridor. According to a report in Pakistani daily Dawn, Islamabad is giving all sorts of tax breaks -- from customs, sales to federal and excise - to investors from Beijing in its push to outpace India with the Chinese-funded CPEC.

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India's digital warriors have crippled 30 Pakistan government websites in virtual surgical strikes as protest against the neighbouring country's announcement of the death penalty to former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav.

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Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said that most acts of terrorism across the world will have some links to Pakistan and blamed Islamabad for the strained Indo-Pak ties.

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On April 18, almost three months after the Unites States President Donald Trump was sworn in, his National Security Advisor, Lieutenant General HR McMaster, travelled to New Delhi — the first high-level US official to visit India to pick up the strings of defence and security ties that had blossomed under Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama.

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