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Britain used to boast the most powerful navy in the world. No more. That’s a serious problem for allies like the United States. Traditionally, Britain’s Royal Navy has been the U.S. Navy's closest partner. The two have fought together against most every foe. So any weakening of the Royal Navy also erodes Washington's naval power.

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Airbus Defence & Space has moved a step closer to securing an Indian contract for 56 C295W medium transports, with in-country flight trials of the type having been completed.

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Pakistan is exposing its fundamental insecurity by admonishing the US for keeping quiet about Kashmir and encouraging India to boost aid to Afghanistan.

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Pakistani politician and former lawmaker Afrasiab Khattak has said Islamabad's security establishment's support to the Afghan Taliban is an open secret.

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Even as obstacles have been lifted for Australia’s export of uranium to fuel India’s nuclear power plants, South Australia has said a huge business opportunity awaits Indian firms that can help it set up nuclear waste disposal facilities.

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Beijing-run media today warned Vietnam about military deployment in the South China Sea+ by reminding it that the last time the two countries went to war it was China that won.

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India’s Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas, which was recently inducted into the Indian Air Force landed at the Raja Bhoj Airport on Wednesday.

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The Ministry of Defence sees a “conflict of interest” in the 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) proposal of French firm DCNS even as the company plans to bring in foreign equity into the country for introducing new submarine technology and establish a fully-owned subsidiary.

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Alarm bells ringing for Nawaz Sharif. Locals in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) are out on the streets to protest against the rigged July 21 election and Pakistan occupation in the region.

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Drop trials for the formidable supersonic cruise missile system BrahMos from Su-30 MKI aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) are slated from August 24-26 at the Pokhran firing range in Jaisalmer.

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