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After the BJP’s massive victory in Lok Sabha polls, a large section of Kashmiris fear that the Modi government may use more tough measures to deal with the Kashmir situation.

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Indian defence forces need a range of latest weaponry to ensure a strong deterrence capability against China and Pakistan.

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Kingpin of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) Yunus Ansari along with three Pakistani nationals have been arrested in Kathmandu in what can be described as a major crackdown on the network of FICN in Nepal.

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Amid growing challenge from Pakistan and China, India’s armed forces are in dire need of modernisation. As and when the new government is sworn in, it will have to decide on some of the crucial defence projects.

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Israel may not have much to worry about in regard to retaliation when they lob U.S.-made weaponry on innocent civilians in the open-air concentration camp of Gaza, but the dangerous game they are perilously playing in South Asia has the potential of sparking an atomic war between that region’s nuclear-armed adversaries, India and Pakistan.

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Security forces have killed Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind chief Zakir Musa in an encounter in Tral region of Kashmir late evening yesterday. One more militant was killed in the encounter.

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Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday sharply criticised his cabinet colleague Navjot Singh Sidhu by asserting that Indians, especially servicemen, will not tolerate hugging the Pakistani army chief.

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Former Pakistan information minister and Pakistan People's Party leader Sherry Rehman on Thursday reacted negatively to the Lok Sabha poll results in India and said it reflected a "tougher neighbourhood for Pakistan".

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A day before counting of votes for the national election, the Congress tore into the government over what it called "foreign minister-level talks" with Pakistan, alleging that with the end of electoral politics, "talks with Pakistan begin".

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi's re-election provides the political leadership with the mandate to take India to its destiny as a great military power. Here are four ways in which Modi is ramping up the role of the armed forces and how his calibrated responses are neutralising India's adversaries.

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