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Army inducts indigenously-built surface-to-<strong>air</strong> missile Akash

Army inducts indigenously-built surface-to-air missile Akash

05 May 2015

New Delhi: More than three decades after the project was initiated, Army on Tuesday inducted the indigenously- developed supersonic surface-to-air missile Akash, capable of targeting enemy helicopters, aircraft and UAVs from a range of 25 kms.

Indian Army,   Supersonic missile,   Surface to air missile,   Akash missile,   Helicopters,   Aircraft,   UAVs,  
Reports about Kumar Vishwas despicable, says Kejriwal

Reports about Kumar Vishwas despicable, says Kejriwal

05 May 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday described as "despicable" personal attacks mounted on his party colleague Kumar Vishwas, saying the AAP will no more respond on the issue.

Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Personal attacks,   Kumar Vishwas,   AAP,  
Arthritis patients at high risk of surprise heart attack

Arthritis patients at high risk of surprise heart attack

05 May 2015

London: People suffering from rheumatoid arthritis are at increased risk of heart disease and about a fourth of them are likely to have a surprise heart attack, a new research has found.

Arthritis patients,   heart attacks,   arthritis disease,   heart disease,   latest health news,  
John Kerry calls for unity to defeat terrorism

John Kerry calls for unity to defeat terrorism

04 May 2015

Nairobi: US Secretary of State John Kerry called for unity in the face of terror attacks on Monday, as he visited a memorial in Kenya to the 1998 bombing of the US embassy. The embassy bombing by Al-Qaeda was the worst attack in the east African nation by Islamist militants, killing 213 people.

United States President,   Barack Obama,   John Kerry,   Terror Attacks,   Kenya,   US Embasssy,   Al Quaeda,   Islamist Militants,   Latest World News ,  
Texas gunman links himself to ISIS in tweets

Texas gunman links himself to ISIS in tweets

05 May 2015

Houston: One of the two gunmen, who were shot dead by police after they opened fire outside an event centre hosting a controversial cartoon contest in the US state of Texas, was linked to the dreaded Islamic State terror outfit.

Texas gunman,   ISIS,   tweets,   US state,   FBI,   Islamic State,   terrorism,   latest world news ,  
John Kerry calls up Sushma Swaraj, discuss relief efforts in Nepal

John Kerry calls up Sushma Swaraj, discuss relief efforts in Nepal

05 May 2015

New Delhi: US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday night called his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj and the two discussed the overall situation in the region, specially the relief efforts in quake-devastated Nepal.

John Kerry,   Sushma Swaraj,   Nepal quake,   US Secretary,   Foreign Affair Minister,   Earthquake,   Rescue operation,   Latest Nation News ,  
ISIS emir Baghdadi incapacitated by spinal injury?

ISIS emir Baghdadi incapacitated by spinal injury?

01 May 2015

London: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State (ISIS), has been incapacitated due to suspected spinal damage and he may never again lead the dreaded radical group, a media report said on Friday.

ISIS,   Baghdadi,   Spinal Injury,   US Air Strike,   Iraq,   Syria,   Latest World News ,  
Rafale deal: Negotiations will start anytime in May, says  Parrikar

Rafale deal: Negotiations will start anytime in May, says Parrikar

04 May 2015

Panaji: Ahead of French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian's visit, India on Monday said that negotiations for procurement of Rafale fighter jets for IAF will begin this month and the multi-billion dollar deal will be finalised "as early as possible".

Rafale deal,   Manohar Parrikar,   Defence Minister,   Latest India news,   Jean Yves Le Drian,   Latest India news,   Indian Air Force,   IAF ,  
Two dead, one wounded at <strong>US</strong> cartoon contest

Two dead, one wounded at US cartoon contest

04 May 2015

Washington: Two suspects who may have been carrying bombs were shot dead, and a police officer was wounded, outside a cartoon contest in Texas, organisers said.

US cartoon contest,   cartoon contest,   American Freedom Defense Initiative,   Dutch politician Geert Wilders,   garland shooting,   AFDI,   latest world news ,  
<strong>US</strong> 'greatly concerned' over release of Lakhvi: Top official

US 'greatly concerned' over release of Lakhvi: Top official

29 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Asserting that there is no good or bad terrorist, a top American diplomat on Wednesday said the US was "greatly concerned" over the release of Mumbai attacks mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and had sought his re-arrest.

USA,   Release of Lakhvi,   Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi,   Mumbai attacks,   Pakistan,   Terrorism,   John Kerry,   Nisha Desai Biswal,   Assistant Secretary,   ,  

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