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India wants constructive border engagement with China: Suhag
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‘Better Sino-India relations at border’

India wants to have constructive engagement with China along the northern borders, Army Chief Gen. Dalbir Singh Suhag said on Friday, holding that there has been a significant improvement in understanding between the two countries on the boundary front. Even ... Asian Age, 3 weeks ago
'India for constructive engagement with China' Economic Times, 3 weeks ago

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Sputnik, 3 weeks ago

Pathankot: 'Luck helped us'

'Had they struck on the 1st, there would have been hell to pay,' says Lieutenant General H S Panag (retd), the former Northern Army Commander. IMAGE: An Indian soldier stands guard on a building at the Indian Air Force base at Pathankot, January 5. Photograph: Mukesh Gupta/Reuters   Lieutenant General H S Panag (retd), PVSM, AVSM, VSM, is the former GOC-in-C, Northern Command. The Northern Command is deployed in Jammu and Kashmir and is responsible for guarding about 1,896 km of India's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

VIDEO: Russia's Northern Fleet in the Arctic. Surface Ships, Submarines, and Aircraft

Russia's Northern Fleet's sphere of responsibility includes the protection of the country's sovereignty and of its economic interests in the Arctic Ocean zone. To this end the fleet has at its disposal not only powerful surface ships, submarines, ...
 Global Research3 days ago

Assad Regime Gains in Aleppo Alter Balance of Power in Northern Syria

Battlefield realities rather than great power politics will determine the ultimate terms of a settlement to end the Syrian Civil War. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his allies in Russia and Iran have internalized this basic principle even as ...
 Institute for the Study of War5 days ago

Stunt riders light up India's Republic Day

Thousands gathered in New Delhi amid tight security yesterday for India's annual Republic Day parade, a pomp-filled spectacle of military might featuring camels and daredevil stunt riders, with French President Francois Hollande the chief guest. A ...
 Taipei Times Online2 weeks ago

TNLA Reports Deadly Clashes with Joint Force of Shan, Govt Troops

TNLA soldiers from Battalion 527 at Lwel Khan village in Kyauk Mae Township in northern Shan State. (Photo: JPaing / The Irrawaddy) Ethnic Taang rebels claim to have clashed with a joint force of Shan State Army-South (SSA-S) and Burma Army ...
 Irrawaddy2 months ago Three Children Reported Injured After Burma Army, TNLA Clash  Irrawaddy2 weeks ago

One year on, no justice for murdered Kachin teachers

One year on from the rape and murder of two Kachin school teachers in northern Burma, advocacy group Kachin Women's Association Thailand (KWAT) released a damning report accusing the government and military of a systematic cover-up of the crime. ...
 DVB3 weeks ago Kachin teachers mourned one year after killings  Myanmar Times3 weeks ago One year on, still no justice for Burmese rape-murder victims  Asian Correspondent3 weeks ago

4ID features Lantad experience as peace through Bayanihan

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, January 18 (PIA) The 4th Infantry Division (4ID) Philippine Army (PA) through its meeting with key stakeholders in Northern Mindanao on 14 January 2016 in Cagayan de Oro City showed that working together to achieve peace is ...
 Philippine Information Agency3 weeks ago

Palaung CSOs Allege Rights Abuses by Burma Army in N. Shan State

A village in Namkham Township, northern Shan State. (Photo: Facebook / Taang Youth Organization) RANGOON — The Taang Women's Organization (TWO) and Taang Students and Youth Organization (TSYU) have claimed that the Burma Army arrested dozens ...
 Irrawaddy1 month ago Renewed Fighting Between Govt, TNLA in Shan State  Irrawaddy1 month ago TNLA Claims Govt Uses Helicopter Gunships in Latest Clashes  Irrawaddy1 month ago

Palaung groups accuse military, militia of abuses

Palaung activists are accusing armed militias and the Tatmadaw of torturing civilians in northern Shan State in a recent raid, fuelling a racial conflict. At a conference yesterday on widespread human rights violations occurring during the ...
 Myanmar Times1 month ago Myanmar Military, Shan Army Launch Offensive Against Taang Rebels  Radio Free Asia2 months ago
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