Pakistani F-16 jets intercepted SpiceJet flight last month after mid-air confusion

  Amid tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad after Balakot air strikes in February, Pakistani fighter jets intercepted a Kabul-bound Indian passenger plane for almost an hour over their airspace last month. The SpiceJet flight was mid-air when two Pakistani F-16 jets flanked the commercial plane and asked its pilot…

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Pakistan Claims Victory: Says India Could Not Get Us Blacklisted By FATF

  The FATF meeting in Paris on Tuesday reviewed the measures that Pakistan has already taken to control money laundering and terror financing. However, the meeting observed that Islamabad will have to take concrete steps in these four months. The Pakistani authorities were confident that Islamabad could be not blacklisted…

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India must change its modus operandi towards Balochistan to have an upper hand over Pakistan and China

  On August 6th India constitutionally abrogated the conservative and absolutist Article 370 from the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The move – which proved to be a stumper for Pakistan’s diplomacy wing – triggered fission of frustration catalyzed with enigmas in Pakistan’s entire establishment. Pakistan’s frustration found many ways…

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Indian Army Inducts US Precision-Guided Artillery Ammunition: Report

  In a major boost to its firepower, the Indian army has inducted the indigenous Dhanush howitzer and the American precision-guided Excalibur artillery ammunition in its inventory. According to Army sources, the top brass of the force was briefed about the induction of this weapon system and ammunition on Wednesday.…

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Kartarpur: Work unfinished on Pakistan side

  Barely three weeks before the Kartarpur corridor connecting Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur and Kartarpur Sahib in Narowal, Pakistan is opened to pilgrims, the missing Pakistani side of the connecting bridge — that stands completed as an all-weather road on the Indian side — stands out. Devotees wishing to…

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Is China planning to use military force?

  China is implementing the largest military build-up the world has seen since the end of World War II. The uppermost question that needs to be answered is why. China has been investing heavily in the People's Liberation Army (PLA) even though the country is not at war and even…

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