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<strong>Indian</strong> Army successfully test-fires BrahMos land-attack missile

Indian Army successfully test-fires BrahMos land-attack missile

07 Nov 2015

Pokhran/New Delhi: The Indian Army today successfully test fired the BrahMos land-attack cruise missile against a designated target in Rajasthan's Pokhran test range, demonstrating the weapon's operational capability, an official said today.

BrahMos test fire in India,   BrahMos cruise missile,   Indian Army test fire missile,   Indian Army cruise missile,   Missile test fire in Pokhran,   Indian Army,   Latest India News,  
 Pakistan fires at <strong>Indian</strong> positions in Kashmir

Pakistan fires at Indian positions in Kashmir

15 Aug 2015

Jammu: On India's 69th Independence Day today, the Pakistan Army used mortars and automatic weapons on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. Military spokesman Colonel Manish Mehta told reporters here the Pakistani army 'resorted to unprovoked shelling and firing at our positions' at 7.30 am in Poonch district.

Pakistan,   Kashmir,   India Independence Day,   Pakistan Army,   Line of Control,   LoC,   Latest Nation News,  
BJP calls Rahul 'spoiled child' of <strong>Indian</strong> politics

BJP calls Rahul 'spoiled child' of Indian politics

25 Sep 2015

Bengaluru: The BJP today dubbed Rahul Gandhi 'spoiled child' of Indian politics and said the Congress was behaving with 'complete irresponsibility' under his overall leadership.

BJP critises Rahul,   BJP,   Rahul Gandhi,   Rahul in Indian politics,   Congress,   M J Akbar,   Latest Nation News,  
<strong>Indian</strong>, Pakistani armies exchange sweets on Eid

Indian, Pakistani armies exchange sweets on Eid

25 Sep 2015

Jammu: Indian and Pakistani soldiers today exchanged sweets and dry fruits on the occasion of Eid at the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, an official said.

India Pakistan Eid Celebration,   Indo Pak border,   Indian army,   Pakistan army,   LoC,   Latest Nation News,  
Not enough fighters to execute two-front war: IAF

Not enough fighters to execute two-front war: IAF

11 Mar 2016

New Delhi: In a candid admission, the IAF yesterday said that given its depleting strength, it does not have the adequate numbers to 'fully execute' an air campaign in case of a two-front war involving Pakistan and China simultaneously.

IAF,   Indian Air force,   IAF Air marshal,   IAF fighter planes,   India China relations,   India Pakistan relations,   latest Nation News,  
President Mukherjee suggests thorough revision of IPC

President Mukherjee suggests thorough revision of IPC

27 Feb 2016

Kochi: Amid a raging debate on the sedition law, President Pranab Mukherjee yesterday said the Indian Penal Code (IPC) requires a thorough revision to meet the needs of the 21st century and changes are necessary in the 'archaic' police system.

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Munde's death: Second mid-<strong>summer</strong> tragedy for BJP

Munde's death: Second mid-summer tragedy for BJP

03 Jun 2014

Mumbai/New Delhi: The tragic death of Union Minister for Rural Development Gopinath Munde, who was killed early on Tuesday in a road accident in the national capital, comes off as a another blow to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

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Yamuna event: Congress slams PM Modi for use of soldiers, JD(U) gives notice

Yamuna event: Congress slams PM Modi for use of soldiers, JD(U) gives notice

09 Mar 2016

New Delhi: The use of army soldiers to build bridges on the Yamuna flood plains here for a private event of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar gave ammunition to Congress to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying it was 'shameful' and asked him is this his type of nationalism and patriotism.

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JNU row: Arrested students deny raising 'anti-national' slogans

JNU row: Arrested students deny raising 'anti-national' slogans

24 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, who are facing sedition charges for allegedly raising "anti-India" slogans in the varsity campus, were grilled for five hours in police custody where they denied raising "anti-national" slogans, a police source said.

JNU Row,   JNUSU,   Delhi Police,   Anti Indian Slogans,   Controversial Sloganeering,   Latest Nation News ,  
Pampore encounter: No hurry to flush out militants, says Army

Pampore encounter: No hurry to flush out militants, says Army

22 Feb 2016

Srinagar: The Army today said it was in no hurry to flush out the militants holed up in a government building in Pampore area on Srinagar-Jammu National Highway as the main aim is to avoid further casualty to security forces.

Pampore encounter,   Militant attack,   terror attack,   attack in Jammu and Kashmir,   Indian Army,   Militants,   Latest Nation news,  

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