How Rajasthan is target of increasing spying, narcotics smuggling by Pakistan
The Pakistani spy in question, officials suspect, had honey-trapped some of the detained men, and ran a network right up to Bharatpur near Agra and Kotputli, about 20 km from Jaipur. Of the 10 men, three each were apprehended from Jodhpur and Bharatpur, two from Jaisalmer and one each from Pali and Kotputli.

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IDRW
10 Aug, 2022
Pakistan slams India for marking ‘Partition Horrors Remembrance Day’ on Aug 14 : Pakistani Media
“It is deplorable that the BJP government, as part of its divisive political agenda, is wantonly attempting to play with the sentiments of the people through distorted interpretation of history,” the Foreign Office said in a statement issued here.

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IDRW
10 Aug, 2022
Ahead of Independence Day, ULFA-I, NSCN-K Militants Attack 3 Army Camps Bordering Myanmar
Sources said ULFA-I and NSCN-K militants attacked on a newly built Army camp at Pangsu pass in Arunachal Pradesh near India-Myanmar border. They claimed that the guerrilla team attacked the army camp with mortars and rocket launchers in which a junior commission officer (JCO) of the Army was injured. The second attack took place in Saramati area and third was in Noklak area bordering Myanmar. The joint rebel group attacked on 14th Assam Rifles camp in Noklak area, which was just a firing inciden

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IDRW
10 Aug, 2022
India bids farewell to British 1-pounder gun after 75 years for indigenous gun salute on Independence Day
The ATAGS 155mm howitzer, being customised for the occasion, will be part of the gun salute along with the old British 1 pounder, defence secretary Ajay Kumar said today. The ATAGS gun is being readied for use by the Indian Army.

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IDRW
10 Aug, 2022
Evolving need to upgrade education and training patterns of military officers: IAF chief
“While conventional domains of conflict have consistently been evolving, new non-kinetic and non-lethal means of warfare are also being used,” the Air Chief Marshal said after the IAF signed the MoU on academics and research.

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IDRW
10 Aug, 2022
Joe Biden Will Expedite India Sanctions Waiver Over Russian Missile Deal: Congressman
In July, the US House of Representatives passed a legislative amendment that approves an India-specific waiver for punitive CAATSA sanctions for its purchase of the S-400 missile defence system from Russia.

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IDRW
10 Aug, 2022
China Reaffirms Threat of Military Force to Annex Taiwan The actions have disrupted flights and shipping in a region crucial to global supply chains, prompting strong condemnation...
The actions have disrupted flights and shipping in a region crucial to global supply chains, prompting strong condemnation...

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military.com
10 Aug, 2022
Kratos gets $20M unmanned aerial target drone systems production contract
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc., a leading National Security Solutions provider, announced that it has received an approximate $20 million production contract for high performance, jet powered, unmanned aerial target drone systems.

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airrecognition.com
10 Aug, 2022
Laser-phosphor projector from Belgian company Barco selected for USAF Joint Simulation Environment program
Barco, a Belgian technology company that specializes in digital projection and imaging technology, announced that the Barco F70-4K6 projector is part of the Collins Aerospace visual display solution on the USAF Joint Simulation Environment (JSE) program. The Barco F70-4K6 laser-phosphor projector will provide the optimal combination of resolution, brightness and the lowest acquisition and life-cycle cost to the program.

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airrecognition.com
10 Aug, 2022
Belarusian air defense troops to hold drills at training ground in Russia
MINSK, August 9. /TASS/. The Belarusian Air Force and Air Defense troops will conduct drills on the republic’s territory and at the Russian Aerospace Forces’ 185th combat training center in August, the Defense Ministry of Belarus reported on August 10.

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airrecognition.com
10 Aug, 2022
Exercise Virtual Flag: Battle Management begins August 15
The 705th Combat Training Squadron, also known as the Distributed Mission Operations Center, will execute exercise VIRTUAL FLAG in a synthetic, theater-level, joint combat environment ensuring joint operational and tactical warfighters’ readiness, Aug. 15.

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airrecognition.com
10 Aug, 2022
US National Guard Bureau proposes F-15EX and F-35A beddowns
The Air National Guard's federal mission is to maintain well-trained, well-equipped units available for prompt mobilization during combat and to provide assistance during national emergencies, such as natural disasters or civil disturbances. During peacetime, Air National Guard units carry out missions compatible with training, mobilization readiness, and humanitarian and contingency operations. The purpose of the proposed action is to efficiently and effectively maintain Department of the Air

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airrecognition.com
10 Aug, 2022
Police Recovers IEDs From Pulwama, Days Before Independence Day
Pulwama: The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday recovered approximately 25 to 30 kilograms of improvised explosive device (IED) near the Tahab Crossing on Circular road in the Union Territory's Pulwama.This major tragedy has been averted days before the 75th Independence Day of India."An IED weighing approx. 25 to 30 Kgs were recovered near Tahab Crossing on Circular road in Pulwama by the Police and Security Forces. A major tragedy has been averted by specific input generated by Pulwama Poli

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indiandefensenews.in
10 Aug, 2022
Bangladesh Refuses To Become China's Lackey Despite Being Part of Belt And Road Initiative
Dhaka: Despite being part of China's Belt and Road Initiative and enjoying growth in trade and investments, Bangladesh refuses to be China's lackey.Recently, when Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed his desire to visit Dhaka in the first week of August, his Bangladeshi counterpart AK Abdul Momen categorically asked him to reschedule his visit due to his scheduled official engagements in New York and Cambodia, Bangladesh Live News reported citing Daily Star.Momen conveyed to Wang through d

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indiandefensenews.in
10 Aug, 2022
Why China Avoids Banning Taiwanese Chip Imports
Beijing: China has imposed economic sanctions against Taiwan following a trip by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the island but avoided its chip industry altogether. China suspended the import of some fruits and fish from Taiwan and banned the export of natural sand to the island.There is a possibility that China may expand sanctions against Taiwan as the tension between China and Taiwan due to high profile US politician visit to the island is escalating, experts said sanctions are not expected

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indiandefensenews.in
10 Aug, 2022