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Army expects government nod for advanced 155mm artillery guns soon

The Indian Army is poised to bolster its artillery firepower along the northern borders, specifically in response to the ongoing tensions with China. Read More
 
 

Navy frees Iranian fishing boat, rescues Pak crew, captures pirates

In yet another major anti-piracy operation, the Indian Navy successfully rescued the FV Al-Kambar 786, an Iranian fishing vessel, from Somali pirates in a dramatic operation in the Arabian Sea. Read More
 
 

Ukraine top diplomat Kuleba urges India to rethink ‘legacy’ Russia ties

The Ukrainian foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, who is in India for a two-day visit to bolster bilateral ties and cooperation between Ukraine and India, said India needs to revisit its ties with Russia. Read More
 
 

Indian Army and J&K Police launch integrated training programme

In a move towards bolstering security and enhancing coordinated operational effectiveness in the region, the Indian Army, in collaboration with the Jammu & Kashmir Police, has initiated a joint training program at the White Knight Corps Battle School in Bhalra, Doda. Read More
 
 

Govt open to change Agniveer scheme if needed, Rajnath says

The defence minister, Rajnath Singh, said the government was open to changes in the Agniveer recruitment scheme, if deemed necessary. Read More
 
 

Tejas MK1A takes maiden flight at HAL facility in Bengaluru

India’s most advanced home-produced fighter jet, the light combat aircraft Tejas Mk1A, took to the skies for the first time at a Hindustan Aeronautics Limited facility in Bangalore, on Thursday. Read More
 
 

After Germany, US wades into Kejriwal’s arrest, India reacts sharply

After the German foreign ministry said the Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal “is entitled to a fair and impartial trial, this includes he can make use of all available legal avenues without restrictions”, the United States has said that it is closely monitoring the developments. Read More
 
 

Moscow attack: Putin hints at Ukraine hand in ‘barbaric terror act’; toll 133

The death toll in the terror attack on concertgoers in Moscow’s Crocus City Hall, on Friday, has reached 133 with nearly 200 people receiving treatment at various degrees, according to Russian authorities. Read More
 
 

Chinese spy ships enter IOR amid speculation of India’s missile test

In a recent development, open-source maritime tracking data has revealed the presence of at least four Chinese research vessels in the Indian Ocean Region. This comes ahead of India’s expected ballistic-missile test followed by its recent Agni V test. Read More
 
 

Gunmen kill at least 40 in Moscow concert venue, many trapped

Gunmen stormed Moscow’s Crocus City Hall and killed dozens of concertgoers at the music venue, on Friday evening, shocking Russia and the international community and leaving the country in grief. Read More
 
 

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