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India has set a target of 2020 to ensure that its dominance cannot be challenged in the Indian Ocean, a region where China has been making repeated forays, including sending nuclear-powered submarines.

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Keeping in line with other modern Armed forces across the globe, the coming months will witness the Indian Armed Forces steadily moving towards conducting joint operations, exercises and inter-service integration at all levels, the Army Chief Bipin Rawat told DefenceAviationPost.com in an exclusive interview.

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India is America's "greatest" strategic partner which has been "instrumental" in helping the US build technology and medical professions, a top US Governor has said.

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Come June, India will likely unveil its most powerful supercomputer. If its processors operate at the full capacity of 10 petaflops (1 followed by 15 zeroes of floating point operations per second), a clock speed a million times faster than the fastest consumer laptops, it could earn a place among the world’s top 10 fastest supercomputers.

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Kashmir outh picked up arms “for a cause” and they can not be intimidated with death threats, former Union Minister and state Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah said on Friday.

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India has been spending more money on buying arms than any other country, sitting atop the list of arms importing countries for years.

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The momentum for strengthening the Indo-US ties seems to be building at the Capitol Hill this year as the Trump administration is in the process of formulating its India policy and building a team to implement that.

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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) released a report on global military spending. According to its latest data, India was the world’s largest importer of arms between 2012 and 16, accounting for 13 per cent of the world’s total sales.

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As the Pakistan Army vows to protect its people from all forms of “aggression” from India, how serious a threat is it? On Tuesday, Pakistan Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa vowed to protect the people of Pakistan against all forms of “Indian aggression.”

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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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