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Armed Forces Day celebrated at events across Scotland

Armed Forces Day celebrated at events across Scotland

Support: Thousands of people showed their appreciation across the country. People lined the streets in towns and cities across Scotland to celebrate and commemorate the services ofthearmed forces. Events and parades were held in Glasgow, ..., 7 minutes ago
Armed Forces Day, 1 day ago

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J&K: 5 CRPF personnel killed, several injured in attack on convoy in Pampore

At least five Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed and several others injured after militants ambushed their convoy on the Srinagar-Jammu highway in Pampore on 25 June. The report said that militants ambushed a CRPF convoy at Frestbal ...
 catchnews.com54 minutes ago 3 BSF jawans killed after terrorists ambush their convoy in South Kashmir  Asian Age3 weeks ago J-K: Three killed, seven injured in BSF convoy attack (Update)  Sify3 weeks ago J&K: 3 BSF jawans killed after suspected Hizbul militants open fire  catchnews.com3 weeks ago

CM Akhilesh Forces SP to Call Off Merger With Mukhtar Ansari's Party

Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party on Saturday called off its controversial merger with gangster-turned politician Mukhtar Ansari's Quami Ekta Dal after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav disapproved of it. SP's parliamentary board annulled ...
 News18.com50 minutes ago
DNA India

Learning the hard way: Students forced to use umbrellas inside classroom in Darjeeling school

In a school in Darjeeling, West Bengal students are required to carry umbrellas inside the classrooms because of leaking roofs. Students of this school in Mirik, Murmah Prem Sundar Higher Secondary School have to study under deplorable conditions ...
 DNA India1 hour ago

Five terrorists killed in gun battle with security forces

QUETTA: At least five alleged terrorists have been killed in a gun battle with security forces in Chashma Achozai area, an outskirt of Provincial Capital late night between Monday and Tuesday, officials said. Balochistan Home Minister Mir ...
 Daily Times10 hours ago Guerrilla killed in Kashmir gunfight  Prokerala1 day ago Security forces kill six militants in two separate ...  Firstpost.com1 day ago Security forces kill three militants in an encounter in north Kashmir  Firstpost.com2 days ago
India Today

US backed forces advance inside ISIS held city

US backed Syrian forces were fighting through Islamic State defenses on the edge of Manbij city, a militant stronghold near the Turkish border, a senior military official with the American-led coalition fighting the group said on Thursday. THE SIEGE The ...
 India Today16 hours ago U.S.-backed Syrian forces clash with Islamic State on outskirts of Manbij  Sharenet1 day ago The ICT Industry Must Do More to Stop Forced Labor  News EasyBranches.com2 days ago United States forces continue cutting off Isil from their well of support  Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago
Asharq Al Awsat

Yemeni forces fight off Al Houthi assault

Clashes rage in the northern province of Jawf as well as the southern provinces of Bayhan, Shabwa and Taiz Aden: Yemeni government forces on Saturday were staging a fierce counterattack after clashes in several areas across Yemen on Friday killed ...
 Gulf News2 hours ago Syrian rebel forces advance on Daesh-held Manbij  Albawaba2 days ago Syrian Democratic Forces Clash with ISIS inside Manbij  Asharq Al Awsat2 days ago Kurdish-Arab forces enter IS Syria bastion of ...  Qatar Peninsula2 days ago
International Business Times India

Force Gurkha to get Force One`s 2.2-litre BS-IV engine, to be launched soon in India

The Force Gurkha will be launched with a 2.2-litre, four cylinder diesel engine from its stablemate, the Force One in a few months. The new engine option, that produces 141PS at 3,800rpm and 321Nm between 1.600rpm to 2,400rpm is being introduced ...
 Moneycontrol.com5 hours ago Force Gurkha to get Force One's engine, launch expected soon  International Business Times India33 minutes ago Force Gurkha to get Force One's 2.2-litre BS-IV engine, to be launched soon in India  Overdrive.in5 hours ago

BRAHMOS firepowers Sukhoi aircraft of Indian Air Force:-

The Su-30MKI fighter fitted with BRAHMOS airborne missile before its take off at HAL, Nasik on June 25, 2016. A Brahmand photo NEW DELHI (BNS): BrahMos Aerospace today on 25th of June 2016 successfully demonstrated the integration of world's ...
 Brahmand.com5 hours ago BrahMos Aerospace successfully demonstrates integration of supersonic cruise missile BrahMos on Su-30MKI  Sify4 hours ago Supersonic cruise missile BrahMos successfully integrated with Sukhoi jet  Rediff.com6 hours ago

Seventh Pay Commission: Brexit fallout may force Modi govt to delay salary increment

New Delhi, June 25: Modi government may delay most awaited Seventh Pay Commission as a result of Brexit fallouts. Reportedly, implementation of the 7th CPC could be delayed for 2-3 months in the wake of volatility in the markets following after ...
 Oneindia4 hours ago
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