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F1 News: Vijay Mallya and Force India Pleased After Nico Hulkenberg Signs Contract Extension
International Business Times India

F1 News: Vijay Mallya and Force India Pleased After Nico Hulke...

Force India's Nico Hulkenberg has accumulated 24 points this season. Reuters Force India have been gradually climbing the Formula One charts and present drivers -- Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez -- have played an important role in taking them ... International Business Times India, 1 hour ago
Nico Hulkenberg signs new deal with Force India Yahoo! India, 17 hours ago

Rafale deal to Akash missiles: 6 major takeaways from the Defence Acquisition Council meet

The Akash programme is a major Make in India initiative with the air force cleared to progressively induct 45 firing units over the next few years. In pic: Akash missile system. NEW DELHI: The defence ministry's top acquisition council, which met under the ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago DAC briefed about Rafale negotiations, gives go ahead  Prokerala19 hours ago India Gives French Rafale Fighters Deal Green Light - Source  Sputnik3 hours ago Rafale Fighter Jet Deal Takes Big Step Forward  NDTV17 hours ago
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Security forces arrest four more RAW agents

LAHORE Security Agencies arrested four more agents of Indian intellegence agency RAW from Lahore. According to initial reports, Security forces conducted raid and arrested four agents from Lahore city. Arrested RAW agent identified the location ...
 The News Tribe3 days ago Gunfight between militants and security forces in Jammu's Baramulla district still on  PardaPhash4 hours ago Five suspected NDFB(S) militants held in Assam  Zee News1 day ago Security forces arrest militants  E Pao!1 day ago

Pak says capable of defending territorial integrity

Press Trust of India | Islamabad September 2, 2015 Last Updated at 13:32 IST Pakistan has said that its armed forces are capable of defending its territorial integrity against any aggression, particularly from India. The remarks was made by a senior Pakistan ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago Pakistan says capable of defending territorial integrity against any aggression  DNA2 hours ago

Confident that India-Pakistan Border Forces Meeting Will Go Ahead: Sartaj Aziz

Pakistani National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz addressing a press conference in Islamabad. New Delhi: Pakistan has expressed a strong desire to go ahead with the Director-General level talks agreed between the two countries, but once again, ...
 NDTV1 week ago India-Pakistan relations: Peace is back off the agenda  Nikkei Asian Review1 day ago Pakistan: No talks unless all issues on agenda  Asian Age1 day ago No dialogue with India unless all bilateral issues on agenda: Pakistan  IndiaTV News2 days ago
India Today

Forces need to be ready for short wars: Dalbir Singh

Army Chief Dalbir Singh on Tuesday said that Indian forcesneed to be prepared at all times for short wars, given the frequent ceasefireviolations by Pakistan on the border.During a function in New Delhi, he expressed concern about"new methods" used to keep ...
 Rising Kashmir1 day ago India is battle ready, says Army Chief General Dalbir Singh  India Today6 hours ago Indian army chief says military ready for short, swift war  DAWN Group9 hours ago Army chief General Suhag says India needs to be ready for short wars  Times of India14 hours ago

Sri Lanka vs India 3rd Test, day 4 as it happened: ...

Highlights 18:00 (IST) Bad light forces early stumps on day 4!Sri Lanka 67/3, need 319 more runs to win India are firmly in the driver's seat now. Rohit (50),Binny(49) and Ashwin's (58)crucial contributions helped India post a 386-run target.
 Firstpost.com1 day ago After 22 long years, India cross the Lanka bridge  Indian Express12 hours ago India's Sharma, S.Lanka's Chandimal banned for misconduct  Business Recorder18 hours ago India's Sharma, Sri Lanka's Chandimal banned for misconduct  The Express Tribune18 hours ago
Malay Mail

Six rebels killed in clash with security forces in India's Nagaland

File picture of soldiers standing guard in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, September 9, 2013. Indian armed forces killed the rebels from one faction of the National Socialist Council (NSCN) of Nagaland in Tuensang district today. — Reuters pic ...
 Malay Mail4 days ago J-K: Soldier killed after security forces clash with militants  Hindustan Times5 hours ago J&K: Security forces clash with militants in Sopore gunfight  MSN India5 hours ago Gun battle breaks out in north Kashmir's Rafiabad area  The Hindu4 hours ago

India-US defence cooperation stuck in a Catch-22 situation until India approves foundational agreements

Pentagon officials were ‘deeply moved’ by the ‘extraordinary’ help from Indian defence forces in locating the missing US helicopter. By Seema Sirohi & Abhijit Iyer-Mitra As Prime Minister Narendra Modi's second visit to the US draws ...
 Economic Times3 hours ago
MSN India

US: Cop charged with brutally assaulting Indian man goes on trial

Eric Sloan Parker went on trial Tuesday on a federal charge of using excessive force against an Indian man who was partially paralyzed during a confrontation in a suburban neighborhood.
 MSN India4 hours ago Trial Begins For Alabama Officer Accused Of Excessive Force  Oregon Public Broadcasting10 hours ago Trial Begins For Alabama Officer In Encounter That Paralyzed Indian Man  RIPR.org10 hours ago
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