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    News PAK MEDIA: IMPLICATIONS OF INDO-ISRAEL DEFENCE NEXUS IN SOUTH ASIA

    Different high-level delegation visits between India and Israel have also contributed towards establishing a strong political relationship between the two by Mahvish Malik Indo-Israel nexus is not something new when it comes to strategic cooperation between the two. Both states have been...
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    News INDIA, CHINA MUST WORK TOGETHER TO OFFSET IMPACT OF U.S.' APPROACH ON TRADE: CHINESE EMBASSY

    "Under the current circumstances, China and India need to deepen their cooperation to fight trade protectionism," the Chinese embassy said. Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India said China and India share common interests in defending the multilateral trading system and free trade NEW...
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    News HAL CASH IN HAND ENOUGH FOR JUST 3 MONTHS' SALARIES

    BANGALORE: Defence PSU Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is grappling with delayed fund release from its budgetary allocation which has resulted in the company’s cash in hand as of October 9, 2018, dipping to around Rs 1,000 crore. This is just about enough to pay salaries for its...
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    News ENERGY SECURITY: CUTTING INDIA’S DEPENDENCE ON MIDDLE-EAST OIL: 60% MORE OIL LIFTED FROM COLOMBIA, ECUADOR TO INCREASE SUPPLY

    With the India-Colombia bilateral trade $1.5 billion, India lifted oil close to $ 400 million from January to July this year-- an increase of 60% in the same period of the previous year. With the India-Colombia bilateral trade $1.5 billion, India lifted oil close to $ 400 million from January to...
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    News SAUDI ARABIA TO SUPPLY EXTRA OIL CARGOES TO INDIA IN NOVEMBER AS IRAN SANCTIONS LOOM

    The extra supply indicates a willingness by Saudi Arabia to increase crude supply to make up the shortfall once sanctions by the US on oil exports from Iran starts. Given their dependence on Iranian oil supplies, the Indian refiners are concerned about the loss of Iranian crude once the...
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    News CHINA REVISES CONTROVERSIAL ANTI-TERROR REGULATIONS

    A previous version of the rules issued in March 2017 included a long list of prohibitions on religious behaviour including wearing long beards and veils BEIJING: Anti-terror efforts in controversial "re-education centres" in China's Xinjiang region will be governed by new standardised rules, as...
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    News BRAHMOS SPY HAD MISSILE USER MANUAL IN PC

    Nagpur: Among the data retrieved by the ATS team from Nishant Aggarwal’s computers included a manual related to Brahmos missiles supplied to the Indian Navy 10 years ago. Sources said sleuths investigating the matter with the Brahmos Aerospace officials had come with these drawings. The papers...
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    News All about Wing Loong II: Pakistan's new drone from China

    The armed drones will enhance Pakistan’s surveillance and strike capabilities China will sell 48 advanced armed drones to Pakistan. Called the Wing Loong II, the drone can be used for both combat and surveillance missions. Although details of when and deal price is not clear, the drones will...
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    News Rafale: I'm not undermining HAL but need to look at reality: Nirmala Sitharaman

    The defence ministry has no middlemen, said Sitharaman. The government had reached the Rafale deal with France without any internal dissent, defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman told Shaurya Karanbir Gurung and Manu Pubby in an extensive interview in which she spoke about a range of issues...
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    Chinese Media: Washington in a fix over India-Russia weapons trade as sanctions likely to backfire

    by Long Xingchun With a $5-billion contract signed on Friday during Russian President Vladimir Putin's trip to India, New Delhi will finally acquire the S-400 long-range surface-to-air missile system despite a threat of US sanctions under the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions...
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    India :- Building Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft

    India’s effectiveness as a major power and a rising great power depends greatly on its ability to project deterrence and influence from its military power. Modern military capability is critically dependent on the nation’s aerospace capability, which is demonstrated through the nation’s ability...
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    Analysis Why enemy should fear India’s S 400 air defence system?

    In response to growing Chinese air defence capability India has taken various steps to secure its airspace. India is all set to sign much-awaited deal on S 400 air defence system. India will spend close to $4.5 billion to purchase five regiments of S 400 air defence system. This missile system...
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    Nostaglia:-The First BVR fighter of India, Mig-23, the Flogger.

    India decommissioned its last Mig-23 in March, 2009. Bedazzled by new age fighters like Rafale, we sometimes get oblivious of the fact that Floggers too were once the cynosure of all eyes that served India many a time in its 28-year chequered history with Indian Air Force. Taking off from...
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    News Japan keen on supplying defence equipment to India

    Focus on maritime security in Indo-Pacific Region, says Rear-Admiral The Japanese government, in principle, has taken a decision to forge partnership with India to supply defence equipment, a senior official of Japan Maritime Self Defence Force said here on Monday. A day after the nine-day...
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    News Indian Army chief’s plan to cut cadre and restructure force faces opposition from within

    The Indian Army HQ claimed in a paper that the reforms proposed by Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat would usher in a ‘revolution in military affairs’ New Delhi: Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat’s proposals for radical reforms that restructure the soldiery are facing opposition from...
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    News India to Continue Buying Iranian Oil Despite Possible US Sanctions - Minister

    NEW DELHI - Indian companies will continue buying Iranian crude oil in November even despite the possible US objections and sanctions, Indian Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said. "We have to fulfil our own domestic requirements. Some of our companies have already...
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    News FATF team in Pakistan to examine steps taken against terror financing

    Pakistan was formally added to the 'grey list' of countries involved in providing monetary assistance to terrorism and related causes after a FATF meeting in Paris in June ISLAMABAD: A team of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is set to hold meetings with top Pakistani officials on Monday...
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    News View from the Neighbourhood: On the brink

    Dawn, in its October 2 editorial, points out how the incident illustrates that the “line between catastrophe and the tension-ridden norm along the LoC in the disputed Kashmir region has yet again been shown to be unbearably thin.” Last week, Indian media was rife with reports of a helicopter...
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    News Pakistan intends to approach US for bailout, confirms IMF

    In first big confirmation on the bailout package to Islamabad, the International Monetary Fund(IMF) has told WION that it "understands" that Pakistan "intends to approach it" Though Pakistan has not still approached IMF for the bailout package, the Pakistani finance minister Asad Umar has said...
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    News Different voices coming from Pak on CPEC: China

    China on Tuesday played down reports of Pakistan's plans to cut down a railway project under the multi-billion dollar CPEC by $ 2 billion, saying Prime Minister Imran Khan has assured his support to the various projects under the flagship Belt and Road Initiative. Pakistan's Railways Minister...
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