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A rift between terrorist groups in the Valley is out in the open with Taliban-e-Kashmir leader Zakir Musa claiming that he provided specific information to security forces about half a dozen jihadis who were killed by the Army in the last seven days.

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According to an India Today report, the Indian Army has prepared a blueprint to deliver a "lethal blow to militancy in Jammu and Kashmir with a long term plan for a lasting peace in the trouble-torn Valley."

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As China continues to obstruct India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the defence experts on Saturday were of the view that beijing has set its condition that if New Delhi becomes a member of the body, so should pakistan.

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The Russian and Indian armed forces will hold joint military exercises, referred to as Indra-2017, in Russia’s Eastern Military District this coming fall, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Friday.

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A Pakistani commando, shot dead by the Indian Army after he crossed the Line of Control in an attempt to behead Indian soldiers yesterday, was wearing a camera mounted to his head.

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The Army’s continued efforts to procure a basic assault rifle is all set to start again. Specifications for a new 7.62mm assault rifle are expected to be finalised in the next few days after which a global tender will be issued.

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The country's top security establishment has prepared a blueprint to deliver a lethal blow to terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir with a longterm plan for a lasting peace in the troubletorn Valley, senior officials told India Today TV on Thursday.

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Two additional Army battalions -- about 2,000 men -- have started moving into four troubled South Kashmir districts, being described as the new "ground zero" because of increased militant activity, officials said.

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India has given the goahead to private domestic companies to tie up with foreign vendors that have been banned for corrupt practices in the past to manufacture ammunition for the army.

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Security forces gunned down three local Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants on Thursday in an encounter that lasted for over six hours in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

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