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Navy’s Eastern Fleet warships arrive in Manila for maritime drills

Indian Navy warships INS Delhi, INS Shakti, and INS Kiltan have arrived in Manila, Philippines, as part of the operational deployment of the Navy’s Eastern Fleet to the South China Sea. Read More

Ebrahim Raisi’s death: India declares state mourning on May 21

The Indian government has declared a one-day state mourning, on Monday, following the demise of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash. Read More

Iran’s president and foreign minister killed in helicopter crash

Iran’s president, Ebrahim Raisi, and his foreign minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, were killed in a helicopter crash in northwest Iran. Read More

Israeli forces kill former Indian Army officer working for UN in Gaza

Colonel Waibhav Anil Kale (retired), a former Indian Army officer, was working for the United Nations department of safety and security when Israeli forces attacked his vehicle at Rafah. Read More

BRO achieves breakthrough of Sungal tunnel on key J&K highway

The Border Roads Organization achieved a major milestone by achieving breakthrough of the Sungal tunnel, the longest on the strategically important Akhnoor-Poonch National Highway (NH-144A) in Jammu & Kashmir. Read More

India, Iran ink 10-year deal for operating Chabahar port

India and Iran have signed a 10-year contract to develop and operate the strategically important Chabahar port. Read More

India backs Palestine’s United Nations membership in UNGA vote

India voted in favour of a United Nations general assembly resolution that supports Palestine’s bid to become a full member of the world body. The resolution received support from 143 countries, including India, while nine countries voted against it. Read More

India strengthens joint military command with new law

In a move seen as a step towards greater integration of its armed forces, the government has notified the Inter-Services Organizations (Command, Control & Discipline) Act. Read More

Nijjar murder: Canada’s ‘support’ to separatists raises India’s concerns

The Ministry of External Affairs expressed grave concerns over the Canadian government’s perceived leniency towards Indian separatist factions. Read More

Maldives foreign minister in India visit amid chill between two countries

The Maldivian foreign minister, Moosa Zameer, embarked on an official visit to India. This visit comes at a pivotal moment, as Male seeks to bolster the bilateral relations with New Delhi amid recent diplomatic tensions. Read More


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