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Kashmir on the edge: Peace is far from sight

Four persons were killed and nine others were injured as personnel from the Rashtriya Rifles and Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) Police allegedly opened fired on the protesters in the Handwara town of Kupwara district in the state of Jammu and Kashmir last week. The protestors had attacked an Army bunker …

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Stemme to present innovative OPV at ILA Berlin Air Show

Germany’s planned drone purchase is currently causing massive confusion where realistic military demands, unrealistic and sometimes naive expectations, lobbyists’ promises and constant pressure and squandered tax millions are all colliding. Alongside these time-consuming arguments between public utility providers and skeptical parties, a middle-market company based close to Berlin with its …

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Beyond the Indo-Pak FS level Talks

Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar with his Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Chaudhry Finally the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan met on 26-April-2016 on the sidelines of the Heart of Asia, Istanbul process being hosted by India. Keeping the events of this year starting with the attack on the IAF base …

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Boeing awards 777X titanium forging contract to Bharat Forge

. Performance on Next-Generation 737 contract earns supplier additional work Demonstrates Boeing’s commitment to developing Indian supply chain Boeing announced that it has awarded a contract to Bharat Forge for titanium forgings for the Boeing 777X. “We are pleased to expand our partnership with Bharat Forge who started supplying titanium …

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Time for Pakistan Army to Reconcile

The anti-India belligerent attitude of Pakistan Army has seen an upswing in the recent days. There is no doubt that all is not well internally in Pakistan and the tussle for supremacy between the two Sharifs continues unabated. Whenever, the Pak Army is faced with such challenges at home it …

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The IS challenge: Europe needs to get its act together

ISIS linked events in Europe: January 2014 to December 4, 2015. (Map Courtesy: www.businessinsider.in) Islamic State (IS) which has already overtaken Al-Qaeda is currently the most treacherous, wealthiest and better organized terrorist organization in the international arena. While the continuous bombarding in the IS-controlled region may have weakened the terrorist …

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