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India Successfully Test-Fires Two Missiles

The sophisticated missile, a product of joint venture between India and Israel, was first test launched from a mobile launcher in the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur

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North Korea Carries Out 'Biggest Ever' Nuclear Test, Says Seoul

The US National Security Council said it was aware of seismic activity in the region of the test site and was 'monitoring and continuing to assess the situation in close coordination with our regional partners'

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Turkey Says Ready To Help Any US Initiative To Capture Raqqa

Turkish forces launched an offensive in Syria two weeks ago to target terrorists of Daesh, Kurdish groups

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US Likely To Sell Predator Guardian Drones To India In $2 Billion Deal

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter had detailed discussions on Predator Guardian UAVs

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Turkey Destroys Daesh Terrorist Strongholds Along Border

The advance comes after Turkey launched an operation dubbed Euphrates Shield on August 24 targeting both Daesh and Syrian Kurdish militants

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PM Modi Offers Vietnam $500 Million Credit Line For Defence Cooperation

The two countries have signed 12 agreements in a wide range of areas covering IT, space, double taxation and sharing white shipping information

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India, Egypt To Step Up Security Cooperation

Modi hails Sisi as a 'man of many achievements' as two countries agree on an 'action-oriented agenda' to boost relations

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Australia Court Bans Publication Of Indian Submarine Documents

The court's order came following an affidavit filed by French firm DCNS which sought a ban on the publication of the sensitive documents

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Submarine Data Leak Being Viewed 'Very Seriously': Navy Chief

The high-level committee is expected to submit a detailed report to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar by September 20

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No Records Available On AgustaWestland Deal: Air Force

The Defence Ministry had referred the matter to CBI for a probe after alleged corruption surfaced in the Rs 3,600 crore deal

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India Says Leak Of Scorpene Submarine Papers Doesn't Compromise Security

DCNS, which is 35 per cent owned by Thales, said it was working to determine if any harm had been caused to clients and whether commercial espionage was to blame

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Erdogan Accuses West Of Supporting Coup Plotters

'This coup was not just an event planned from the inside. The actors inside acted out a scenario for a coup written from the outside'

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Turkey Sacks Generals, Shuts Media Linked To Coup Attempt

Anger against the United States grows over Washington's response to Turkey's demand for handing over Fethullah Gulen whose clandestine network is being blamed for the failed coup

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