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Pakistan Army protests cross-border attacks by India

Pakistan's Director General of Military Operations protested Indian attacks on the Line of Control in Kashmir in a meeting with his Indian counterpart.According to a statement released by the Indian side, Pakistan complained that Indian Army had killed four Pakistani soldiers and one civilian by cross-border firing.India and Pakistan are

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Kabul Blast: Is Islamic State expanding its reach in the subcontinent?

Is this mother of all bomb blast? If one looks at the magnitude of Wednesday morning’s explosion in Kabul, one scouts to find a parallel in recent times.A sewage tanker laden with bomb is denoted at the heart of Kabul city surrounded by presidential palace and many prominent embassies.Kabul

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‘Will go to any extent to save Kulbhushan Jadhav’ – Rajnath Singh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh said India will go to any extent to save Kulbhushan Jadhav."We will go to whatever extent we need to, but we will save Kulbhushan Jadav," the minister said, while attending an event in Mumbai.The minister maintained that Kulbhushan Jadhav was not a spy, but a businessman

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India could designate Pakistan a ‘Terror State’ – reports

India could move to designate its neighbor Pakistan a 'Terror State', according to media reports.The high-level committee that met today at the Prime Minister's office has arrived at this as the best option given the current situation.Other options considered included military action against the nuclear power.Designating Pakistan as a Terror

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India to buy Chinook, Apache helicopters from the US for defence forces

India has signed an agreement with the US Government and aircraft maker Boeing to purchase Apache attack helicopters and Chinook heavy lift helicopters, the government said.India is not a traditional buyer of US-made defence equipment, preferring to engage with Russia and the Europeans instead.However, with the new government under

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CSE bats for putting clear limits on carbon emissions by countries

Centre for Science and Environment, one of India's biggest environmental research and lobbying organization, has said that the current proposal to set a target of limiting temperature increase to 1.5 degrees could be a 'hollow shell' if no limits are placed on individual country emissions.Countries from across the world are

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Indian trade forum Assocham to open an office in Iran

The Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), India's third biggest industry forum, today announced it will consider opening office in Teheran, immediately after global trade with Iran becomes normal following lifting of international sanctions. Yesterday, Western powers and Iran announced an agreement to move towards

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Russia, India to jointly drill for Arctic oil through Rosneft, ONGC

India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) will drill for oil in the Russian Arctic region in association with Rosneft, the biggest oil company in Russia.The companies will co-operate in subsurface surveys, exploration and appraisal activities and hydrocarbons production in Russia’s offshore Arctic, ONGC said in a statement.India has been

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