India-China relations will not improve unless goodwill is established on the LAC

India-China relations will not improve unless goodwill is established on the LAC

New Delhi: Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a telephonic discussion. During the long discussion, which lasted for 75 minutes, it was agreed to establish a hotline between the leaders of both countries. At the same time, Foreign Minister Jaishankar pointed out that China has still not withdrawn its […]

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Air Force Chief participates in Balakot style air exercises

Air Force Chief participates in Balakot style air exercises

New Delhi: Two years have been completed since the Indian airstrike on the Jaish-e-Mohammed base in Balakot in Pakistan. The Indian Air Force (IAF) held similar air exercises, and IAF Chief RKS Bhadauria participated himself. The exercises seem to be like another warning for Pakistan. While information regarding this is being published, Chief of Northern […]

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Pakistan to remain in FATF Grey List  

Pakistan to remain in FATF Grey List  

New Delhi: – Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has decided to retain Pakistan in the Grey List. FATF President, Dr Marcus Pleyer, announced this decision, saying that Pakistan has not still taken any substantive action to block the funding of the terrorist organisations. FATF had warned that Pakistan needed to fulfil 27 criteria to get […]

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Attacks on Non-state actors consistent with UN regulations, India claims in the UN

Attacks on Non-state actors consistent with UN regulations, India claims in the UN

United Nations: Military action to stop Non-state actors, meaning terrorists not connected with any country, is justified. India clarified during an informal discussion that this action in self-defence is consistent with the regulations of the United Nations. Deputy Permanent Representative of India in the United Nations, K. Nagaraj Naidu, presented the Indian stand clearly. While […]

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Construction of ‘Next Generation Missiles Vehicles’ for the Indian Navy expedited, Cochin Shipyard wins contract worth ₹100 billion

Construction of ‘Next Generation Missiles Vehicles’ for the Indian Navy expedited, Cochin Shipyard wins contract worth ₹100 billion

New Delhi: Expeditious moves have started to build advanced warships, equipped with advanced indigenous missiles like BrahMos and Nirbhay. In shipbuilding, the leading government enterprise, Cochin Shipyards has been assigned the task of building ‘Next Generation Missiles Vehicles’ (NGMV). It has been announced that the Cochin Shipyard has been awarded a contract worth ₹100 billion […]

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Thousand terrorists from five organisations surrender 

Thousand terrorists from five organisations surrender 

Guwahati: – A total of 1,039 terrorists, including the most wanted terrorist from the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), Ingti Songbijit, have surrendered themselves in Assam. The terrorists lay down their arms in front of the Assam Chief Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal. Most of these terrorists are from the Karbi community, and hundreds of Bodo terrorists have surrendered over […]

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