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Outgoing UN peacekeeping chief praises Indian troops

The outgoing chief of UN peacekeeping forces has lauded India and other South Asian countries for contributing well trained and well behaved troops to the world body's peacekeeping missions. DNA, 1 month ago

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UN peacekeeping operations to end in haiti, Indian units to remain

The UN Security Council has voted to end its military peacekeeping operations in Haiti, but Indian police units will continue in a new mission focused on promoting law and order and developing local forces.The Council unanimously approved on Thursday a ...
 Prokerala1 week ago

India, UK outline shared vision on defence cooperation through joint statement

[India], April 13 (ANI): Defence ministers and their respective delegations from the United Kingdom and India on Thursday agreed that both nations faced evolving threats and challenges in the 21st century, and agreed to maintain their close interaction. Both ...
 Sify1 week ago
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The soldier has done more to unite India than netas

'Often reviled, mostly ignored, sometimes venerated, he has taken it all in his stride.''He has stood by the nation through thick and thin,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). Over one million soldiers, sailors and airmen serve our country with honour and distinction. They are role models for the nation -- the epitome of courage and unflinching devotion to duty. In hail, sleet and snow, in icy blizzards and pouring rain, the Indian soldier stands sentinel over the nation's borders in the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

China to expand marine corps for deployment in Gwadar, Djibouti

China is set to increase the number of its marine corps from 20,000 to one lakh as part of plans to deploy them overseas for the first time, including at the strategic Gwadar port in Pakistan and military logistics base in Djibouti in the Indian Ocean. The ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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