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PTI
July 25, 2020
The United States remains a committed member of the MTCR and holds it as an important non-proliferation tool to curb the spread of high-end missile technologies to countries such as North Korea and Iran


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 9, 2019
The induction of Rafale aircraft into the Indian Air Force will add immensely to India's air power, making it one of the four countries to possess this next-gen fighter jet


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, May 16, 2019
Individually, the Su-30 and BrahMos are powerful weapons. But when the one of the most supermanoeuvrable fighters in the world is armed with a uniquely destructive cruise missile, together they are a dramatic force multiplier.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 27, 2019
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led committee has decided that India will not buckle under pressure. Navy, Air and Army have been given a free hand to take a future course of action. A befitting reply would be given at a proper time.


BusinessToday.In
August 16, 2018
As the nation mourns Vajpayee's loss, let's looks at the reasons why the country should be thankful to the poet prime minister.


PTI
February 17, 2018



Reuters
New Delhi, April 14, 2017
As many as 36 suspected Islamic State militants were killed in Afghanistan when the United States dropped \"the mother of all bombs,\" one of the largest non-nuclear devices ever unleashed in combat, the Afghan defence ministry said on Friday.


Reuters
April 14, 2017
Japanese and South Korean shares headed lower while the won came under pressure on Friday, hurt by rising geopolitical tensions in the Korean peninsular in otherwise holiday-thinned trade.


Linda Sieg
Tokyo, September 1, 2014
Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe are also likely to agree to speed up talks on a nuclear energy pact, the Nikkei business daily said.


Sanjeev Miglani
New Delhi, August 28, 2014
India, which sees its weapons as a deterrent against nuclear-armed neighbours China and Pakistan, has sought to meet Japan's concerns and over the past month the two sides have speeded up negotiations.


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