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Israeli Army Conducts Airstrike Targeting Southern Gaza Strip

    Israeli Army Conducts Airstrike Targeting Southern Gaza Strip

    Israeli Air Force F-15 Jet

    Israeli Army Destroys Terrorists' Tunnel Entering Israel From Gaza Strip

    TEL AVIV - The Israeli forces have conducted an airstrike hitting a target in the southern Gaza Strip, the army’s press service said Sunday.

    The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have discovered and destroyed an underground tunnel entering Israeli territory

    New J-16 Fighters Enter China’s Air Fleet

      New J-16 Fighters Enter China’s Air Fleet

      LOOKS FAMILIAR: Jianjiji-16 (J-16) is an unauthorized copy of Sukhoi Su-27 Fighter

      China’s J-16 fighter jets are quietly being introduced to the People’s Liberation Army Air Force at a faster rate than the country’s new fifth-generation J-20, though the latter has garnered much more international attention.

      At least two new squadrons of J-16

      China Says Iran Nuclear Deal Not Derailed, Pledges Constructive Role

        China Says Iran Nuclear Deal Not Derailed, Pledges Constructive Role

        Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif by phone that implementation of the deal had not been "derailed" but would face "some new complicating factors"

        SHANGHAI: China on Saturday pledged to continue playing a constructive role in maintaining and implementing the Iran nuclear deal, after U.S. President

        Cadre Power

          Cadre Power

          The naming of Vijay Gokhale as foreign secretary is being viewed as a sign that the government is focusing intensely on its approach to China, following the Doklam episode, which raised tensions between the two nations. A 1981-batch IFS officer and secretary (economic relations in the ministry of external affairs, Mr Gokhale succeeds Dr S.

          India, Pak. NSAs Met 4 Times, Keep Phone Links Live: Officials

            India, Pak. NSAs Met 4 Times, Keep Phone Links Live: Officials

            Talks in Russia, Thailand not disrupted by acrimonious public statements

            Indian and Pakistani National Security Advisors Ajit Doval and Gen. (Retd) Naseer Janjua have been meeting and speaking on the telephone more regularly than they have officially confirmed. They held at least three meetings in Bangkok, and one in Russia, sources in Delhi and

            '100 Not Out': Twitter Joins Celebrations After ISRO’s Successful Launch

              '100 Not Out': Twitter Joins Celebrations After ISRO’s Successful Launch

              The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched its 100th satellite from the port of Sriharikota on Friday morning

              The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched its 100th satellite from the port of Sriharikota on Friday morning, the space agency’s last lift-off under the chairmanship of AS Kiran Kumar.

              On its 42nd mission, ISRO

              Security Matters

                Security Matters

                Former RAW chief Rajinder Khanna has been named the Deputy National Security Adviser, the first time that both the National Security Advisor and the Deputy NSA are from the intelligence background. Before confirming the appointment, sources say, the government held discussions on why the National Security Adviser (NSA) and deputy NSA should have

                Can India Complement And Gain From China’s Belt And Road Initiative?

                  Can India Complement And Gain From China’s Belt And Road Initiative?

                  by Sreejith Nair

                  China will eventually embark on its vision of building roads, railways and pipelines across Eurasia, irrespective of India’s endorsement of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). This attempt to lay foundations of a Sino-centric Asia provides India opportunities and challenges alike. An obstructionist approach does not favour India’s

                  Security Forces Defuse IED In Jammu And Kashmir

                    Security Forces Defuse IED In Jammu And Kashmir

                    Srinagar: The security forces on Saturday defused an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) planted near HMT Road in Srinagar of Jammu and Kashmir.

                    A joint team of civil police, second Rashtriya Rifles and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) carried out a recce of the area, on receiving information about the explosive, during the wee hours of

                    Navy Eyeing More ‘Submarine Killers’

                      Navy Eyeing More ‘Submarine Killers’

                      Watching the Seas: A Boeing P-8I landing at the Naval Air Station Rajali near Chennai

                      It has already inducted eight aircraft, and placed orders for four more

                      The Indian Navy is considering the acquisition of more Boeing P-8I aircraft for surveillance and Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), according to Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba.

                      In an interview to

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