China's Malacca dilemma: How India controls Indian Ocean chokepoints

In June, reports hinted at chances of the United States moving its carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt into the Malacca Straits area in a show of support for India.

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Indian government dismisses reports of Army strikes in PoK

The government sources said the PTI story was based on analysis of the Ceasefire Violations (CFV) that took place on November 13.

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India-China standoff: Microwave oven weapon: Now, China peddles fake news on Indian troops in Ladakh

Jin said the Chinese forces 'turned the mountain tops into a microwave oven', claiming that 'in 15 minutes, those occupying the hilltops all began to vomit.'

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DRDO successfully testfires Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile defence system

According to reports, the missile system achieved direct hit on a target during the trial destroying an unmanned target aircraft at medium range.

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India successfully test-fires QRSAM system; missile hits pilotless aircraft

The QRSAM weapon system is designed to track targets on the move and can be launched using a mobile launcher capable of carrying six canisterised missiles.

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India-China standoff: PLA facing unanticipated consequences of misadventure in Ladakh, says CDS Gen Bipin Rawat

India's defence minister Rajnath Singh had said the country is determined to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity "in the face of unilateralism and aggression, no matter what the…

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India-China standoff: China putting military pressure on India, says US defence secretary Mark Esper

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo had said that China had amassed 60,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control(LAC).

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India-China standoff: India hands over PLA soldier to China across LAC

The PLA soldier was handed over at Chushul Moldo meeting point early on Wednesday. China's Global Times confirmed that development citing PLA News.

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India to get three Rafale fighter jets in November

The five Rafales were inducted at Ambala airbase on September 10 in the presence of French defence minister Florence Parly and Indian defence minister Rajnath Singh.

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India-China corps commander talks to take place at Chushul on October 12

India's foreign ministry had said earlier that it 'never accepted the so-called unilaterally defined 1959 LAC. The position has been consistent and well known including to the Chinese.'

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Threat from drones will increase manifold in years to come: Army vice chief

Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen S K Saini said the Indian Army has evolved considerably in terms of modern arms, ammunition, protection, kitting and clothing but there is still much scope for…

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Indian Air Force displays Rafale, Sukhoi fighters on 88th foundation day

The Indian Air Force has given India a decisive edge over its regional rivals.

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India, Bangladesh conduct naval exercise in Bay of Bengal

Indian Navy ships Kiltan, Khukri and Bangladesh Navy ships Abu Bakr, Prottoy & MPA undertook manoeuvres, surface drills, helo operations and seamanship evolutions.

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India reiterates 'no first use' policy on nuclear weapons

India adopted the "No first use" policy in 1998 after the nuclear tests in Pokhran.

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India-China standoff: India never accepted the so-called unilaterally defined 1959 LAC, says MEA

MEA added that the "two sides had engaged in an exercise to clarify and confirm the LAC up to 2003 but this process could not proceed further as the Chinese side did not show a willingness to…

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US, Indian, Australian & Japanese naval forces have proved their ability: Nimitz commander on Malabar naval exercise

Quad member Australia's diplomatic relations with China took a beating this year after Canberra led calls for an international inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic and Beijing…

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Eye on China: India-led Quad displays military prowess in Malabar naval exercise

India, Australia, Japan and the United States had started naval drill in the Bay of Bengal, with all four countries keeping a wary eye on China's … Read Article

China's Malacca dilemma: How India controls Indian Ocean chokepoints

In June, reports hinted at chances of the United States moving its carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt into the Malacca Straits area in a show of support for India.

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Indian government dismisses reports of Army strikes in PoK

The government sources said the PTI story was based on analysis of the Ceasefire Violations (CFV) that took place on November 13.

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India-China standoff: Microwave oven weapon: Now, China peddles fake news on Indian troops in Ladakh

Jin said the Chinese forces 'turned the mountain tops into a microwave oven', claiming that 'in 15 minutes, those occupying the hilltops all began to vomit.'

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DRDO successfully testfires Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile defence system

According to reports, the missile system achieved direct hit on a target during the trial destroying an unmanned target aircraft at medium range.

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India successfully test-fires QRSAM system; missile hits pilotless aircraft

The QRSAM weapon system is designed to track targets on the move and can be launched using a mobile launcher capable of carrying six canisterised missiles.

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India-China standoff: How Indian Air Force's Apache, Chinook will take on China's attack helicopters along LAC

India's air chief Air chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria had said recently that the forces are "fully prepared" for a "two-front war". Read Article

India-China standoff: PLA facing unanticipated consequences of misadventure in Ladakh, says CDS Gen Bipin Rawat

India's defence minister Rajnath Singh had said the country is determined to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity "in the face of unilateralism and aggression, no matter what the…

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Malabar military exercise 2020: India, US, Japan & Australian navies to set sail

Indian Navy (IN), United States Navy (USN), Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF), and Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is set to commence off… Read Article

How Indian Navy's INS Kora destroys target in Bay of Bengal with anti-ship missile

Anti-ship missile was fired by Indian Navy's guided-missile corvette INS Kora at max range with precise accuracy in Bay of Bengal during an exercise. Read Article

India-China standoff: China putting military pressure on India, says US defence secretary Mark Esper

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo had said that China had amassed 60,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control(LAC).

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India-China standoff: India hands over PLA soldier to China across LAC

The PLA soldier was handed over at Chushul Moldo meeting point early on Wednesday. China's Global Times confirmed that development citing PLA News.

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India-US military cooperation: Indian Army Vice Chief Saini checks in at US' Lightning Academy

To take India-US military cooperation a step further, Vice Chief of the Army Staff Lt Gen SK Saini paid a visit to the US Army 25th Infantry Division… Read Article

India to get three Rafale fighter jets in November

The five Rafales were inducted at Ambala airbase on September 10 in the presence of French defence minister Florence Parly and Indian defence minister Rajnath Singh.

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India-China corps commander talks to take place at Chushul on October 12

India's foreign ministry had said earlier that it 'never accepted the so-called unilaterally defined 1959 LAC. The position has been consistent and well known including to the Chinese.'

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India-China standoff: How Indian Air Force's 5th generation fighter jet will change air equation in South Asia

According to reports,  DRDO (Defence Research & Development Organization), the HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited) will be involved in making the… Read Article

Threat from drones will increase manifold in years to come: Army vice chief

Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen S K Saini said the Indian Army has evolved considerably in terms of modern arms, ammunition, protection, kitting and clothing but there is still much scope for…

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Indian Air Force displays Rafale, Sukhoi fighters on 88th foundation day

The Indian Air Force has given India a decisive edge over its regional rivals.

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India showcases Rafale power on Air Force Day dress rehearsal

Ahead of Air Force Day on October 8, the Indian Air Force conducted a full dress rehearsal complete with Rafale & Sukhoi Su-30MKI on display at… Read Article

US, Indian, Australian & Japanese naval forces have proved their ability: Nimitz commander on Malabar naval exercise

Quad member Australia's diplomatic relations with China took a beating this year after Canberra led calls for an international inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic and Beijing…

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China's Malacca dilemma: How India controls Indian Ocean chokepoints

In June, reports hinted at chances of the United States moving its carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt into the Malacca Straits area in a show of support for India.

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Indian government dismisses reports of Army strikes in PoK

The government sources said the PTI story was based on analysis of the Ceasefire Violations (CFV) that took place on November 13.

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India-China standoff: Microwave oven weapon: Now, China peddles fake news on Indian troops in Ladakh

Jin said the Chinese forces 'turned the mountain tops into a microwave oven', claiming that 'in 15 minutes, those occupying the hilltops all began to vomit.'

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DRDO successfully testfires Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile defence system

According to reports, the missile system achieved direct hit on a target during the trial destroying an unmanned target aircraft at medium range.

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India successfully test-fires QRSAM system; missile hits pilotless aircraft

The QRSAM weapon system is designed to track targets on the move and can be launched using a mobile launcher capable of carrying six canisterised missiles.

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India-China standoff: PLA facing unanticipated consequences of misadventure in Ladakh, says CDS Gen Bipin Rawat

India's defence minister Rajnath Singh had said the country is determined to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity "in the face of unilateralism and aggression, no matter what the…

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India-China standoff: China putting military pressure on India, says US defence secretary Mark Esper

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo had said that China had amassed 60,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control(LAC).

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India-China standoff: India hands over PLA soldier to China across LAC

The PLA soldier was handed over at Chushul Moldo meeting point early on Wednesday. China's Global Times confirmed that development citing PLA News.

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India to get three Rafale fighter jets in November

The five Rafales were inducted at Ambala airbase on September 10 in the presence of French defence minister Florence Parly and Indian defence minister Rajnath Singh.

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India-China corps commander talks to take place at Chushul on October 12

India's foreign ministry had said earlier that it 'never accepted the so-called unilaterally defined 1959 LAC. The position has been consistent and well known including to the Chinese.'

Read Article

Threat from drones will increase manifold in years to come: Army vice chief

Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen S K Saini said the Indian Army has evolved considerably in terms of modern arms, ammunition, protection, kitting and clothing but there is still much scope for…

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Indian Air Force displays Rafale, Sukhoi fighters on 88th foundation day

The Indian Air Force has given India a decisive edge over its regional rivals.

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India, Bangladesh conduct naval exercise in Bay of Bengal

Indian Navy ships Kiltan, Khukri and Bangladesh Navy ships Abu Bakr, Prottoy & MPA undertook manoeuvres, surface drills, helo operations and seamanship evolutions.

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India reiterates 'no first use' policy on nuclear weapons

India adopted the "No first use" policy in 1998 after the nuclear tests in Pokhran.

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India-China standoff: India never accepted the so-called unilaterally defined 1959 LAC, says MEA

MEA added that the "two sides had engaged in an exercise to clarify and confirm the LAC up to 2003 but this process could not proceed further as the Chinese side did not show a willingness to…

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India-China standoff: India, China corps commander-level talks went on for 13 hours

It was the sixth commander-level meeting between the two sides this year ever since the tensions between the two nations increased in May.

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Indian Navy's INS Viraat on last voyage to Gujarat, set to be dismantled

Before it was acquired by India, the vessel was the flagship of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom in which she was famous for participating in the Falklands War.

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India-China standoff: India reiterates calls to China for complete disengagement at LAC

While the Chinese side hasn't indulged in any aggression at LAC, no movement has taken place to disengage by PLA troops.

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India-China standoff: China has mobilised huge number of Army battalions and armaments along LAC, says Rajnath Singh in Parliament

The defence minister informed the House that India's border with China along the LAC is well established but highlighted that China says the border is still to be decided amid the India-China…

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Eye on China: India-led Quad displays military prowess in Malabar naval exercise

India, Australia, Japan and the United States had started naval drill in the Bay of Bengal, with all four countries keeping a wary eye on China's military.

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India-China standoff: How Indian Air Force's Apache, Chinook will take on China's attack helicopters along LAC

India's air chief Air chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria had said recently that the forces are "fully prepared" for a "two-front war".

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Malabar military exercise 2020: India, US, Japan & Australian navies to set sail

Indian Navy (IN), United States Navy (USN), Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF), and Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is set to commence off Visakhapatnam in Bay of Bengal from 03 to 06 November 2

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How Indian Navy's INS Kora destroys target in Bay of Bengal with anti-ship missile

Anti-ship missile was fired by Indian Navy's guided-missile corvette INS Kora at max range with precise accuracy in Bay of Bengal during an exercise.

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India-US military cooperation: Indian Army Vice Chief Saini checks in at US' Lightning Academy

To take India-US military cooperation a step further, Vice Chief of the Army Staff Lt Gen SK Saini paid a visit to the US Army 25th Infantry Division Lightning Academy on October 20.

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India-China standoff: How Indian Air Force's 5th generation fighter jet will change air equation in South Asia

According to reports,  DRDO (Defence Research & Development Organization), the HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited) will be involved in making the 5th-generation fighter jet for India.

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India showcases Rafale power on Air Force Day dress rehearsal

Ahead of Air Force Day on October 8, the Indian Air Force conducted a full dress rehearsal complete with Rafale & Sukhoi Su-30MKI on display at Hindon Air Force station.

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India-China standoff - Eye on LAC: After Rafale, will India target US F/A-18 E/F Super Hornets?

Boeing says the Hornets will be a "gamechanger" for the Indian Navy. F/A-18E/F Block III Super Hornet can act as a force multiplier for the Indian Navy as it interfaces with the P-8I

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India-China standoff: How US drones along LAC can tilt the balance in India's favour against China

Amid tensions along the LAC with China, reports say India has requested for six MQ-9 drones from the US at the cost of $600 million.

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Meet India's Rafale ace Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh

Ft Lt Shivangi had earlier flown the MiG-21 ‘Bison’ along with Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman who was involved in a dogfight with Pakistani F-16s last year.

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India-China standoff: How India's T-90 Bhishma battle tank is outflanking China's PLA at LAC

India has been openly reinforcing the T-90 tanks in its arsenal to take on China's Type-15 tanks at LAC.

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India-China standoff: How Indian military is preparing for the treacherous, high-altitude winter against PLA at LAC

Both India and China are negotiating to resolve the confrontation, but neither side has backed down.

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How Indian Air Force intends to counter China's forward airbase close to LAC

According to reports, China had started deploying fighters at Nagri-Gunassa airbase which is just 200 km away from Pangong Tso in Ladakh after face-off in Doklam.

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In dogfight over Himalayas between India's Rafale vs China's J-20 stealth fighter, who wins?

"The induction of Rafale is a strong message for the world and especially for those who challenge India's sovereignty," Defence Minister Rajnath Singh tweeted, without mentioning China directly.

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How India's Tibetan Special Frontier Forces beat back China's PLA at Black Top

India's Special Frontier forces recruits mostly Tibetan refugees, hundreds of thousands of whom have made India their home since the Dalai Lama fled Tibet over Chinese oppression in 1959. 

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IAF gets Rafale boost amid India-China standoff

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, his French counterpart Florence Parly and India's top military brass attended a ceremony in Ambala airbase on Thursday to formally induct five Rafale fighter jets in

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