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India, Iran Agree To Step Up Efforts To Help Afghanistan

The two leaders also signed agreements for avoidance of double taxation and the implementation of an extradition treaty from 2008Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani agreed on Saturday to step up efforts to bring stability to war-ravaged Afghanistan.Modi reiterated India`s commitment to help Afghanistan become "a …

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Pak Accuses India of Not Reciprocating Its Commitment To Peace

Ahsan Iqbal expressed disappointment at India's decision not to attend the 2016 SAARC summit in IslamabadPakistan's interior minister has accused India of not reciprocating Islamabad's commitment to peace with "unilateral actions" and warned New Delhi against "bullying" his country.Ahsan Iqbal said Pakistan is trying to overcome the trust deficit that …

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Indian Navy To Get Submarine Rescue Vehicles In June

The two complete flyaway submarine rescue vehicles are to be delivered under a £193-million contract awarded to JFD, a leading underwater capability provider, in March 2016The deep search and rescue vehicle (DSRV) being developed for the Indian Navy seen during tests in Scotland.A Scotland-based company expects to supply two third-generation …

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Why Didn’t Lalitaji Haggle Over Rafale?

by R PrasannanOne day in 1992, principal information officer S. Narendra was briefing the media on prime minister Narasimha Rao’s visit to France. As a young reporter on the defence beat, I asked him if there would be a deal on the extra Mirages that the IAF had asked for.Narendra, …

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India, Iran To Boost Maritime, Defence Cooperation

New Delhi: India and Iran on Saturday expressed interest in enhancing cooperation possibilities in the maritime domain."Both sides expressed interest in enhancing cooperation possibilities in the maritime domain. It was agreed to hold dialogue to look into measures for cooperation in defence sphere, including port calls by naval ships, training …

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