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Australia revokes visa of two Chinese journalists over alleged interference in the country’s affairs, China detains Australian journalist

The AFP-ASIO Foreign Interference Task Force is probing an alleged plot by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to infiltrate New South Wales Parliament through the office of Labor leader Shaoquett Moselmane, using his former staffer John Zhang.

India to complete the construction of strategic Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldie (DSDBO) road in Ladakh by year-end: Read details

BRO is expected to complete the work on the 255 Km-long strategic Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldie (DSDBO) road in Ladakh within this year

How Sikkim, once a different country like Nepal, became a state of India

The communist government in Nepal, alleged to be a 'puppet' of China, seems to be losing confidence of its own people

China deploys more forces near Ladakh, sets temporary tents across Galwan river, NSA Doval monitoring closely: Report

The Chinese may be targetting Darbuk-Shyok-Daula Beg Oldi (DBO) Road that was constructed last year, which is a lifeline for Sub Sector North (SSN). However, India has a considerable deployment of troops in that area, unlike 1962, says the ET report.

Indian Army considering a proposal to allow 3-year tenure for civilians

Army Chief General M M Naravane said that the idea to open up Army for civilians came up after they learnt from visits to colleges and universities that the youth were eager to experience army life.

Taliban-backed Haqqani network joined hands with Islamic State for Kabul Gurudwara attack: Reports

The two Pakistan proxies in Afghanistan - Aslam Farooqui led ISKP and the Taliban deputy leader Sirajuddin Haqqani-led Haqqani network - which had often targeted each other in the past had taken some steps to work together recently. The two groups had jointly carried out attacks on Gurudwara in Kabul in March, as per reports.

NGOs cannot be denied foreign funds even if they indulge in bandhs, agitations for public causes: Supreme Court

Supreme Court says NGOs doing protests for public causes can get foreign funds if they are not involved in active politics

India’s ambitious Intelligence project NATGRID will be completed by March, to be operational by 2020 end

The National Intelligence Grid or NATGRID is the integrated intelligence grid connecting databases of core security agencies of the Government of India. It collects comprehensive patterns of intelligence that can be readily accessed by intelligence agencies. 

Assam: After historic peace agreement, 1,615 cadres of all four factions of NDFB lay down arms in Guwahati

1,615 cadres of all the four factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) surrendered their arms at an event held at Guwahati Medical College Hospital.

No such thing as free lunch: Read how foreign ‘donations’ are a serious danger to our national security

As a nation we have failed to ask ourselves an elementary question: Why should foreigners ‘donate’ such humongous amounts to certain Indians, unless they have an agenda?

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