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Three Indian soldiers killed in South Sudan UN base attack

Three Indian peacekeepers were killed when about 2,000 rebels stormed a United Nations base in South Sudan's troubled Jonglei state, the second such incident in eight months in which Indian......

Special Series: The story of IPKF in Sri Lanka

It is exactly 26 years since the Indian Peacekeeping Force launched Operation Pawan in 1987 to take control of Jaffna from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and disarm the Tigers as part of the......

Saviours in the Valley of Death

Pilots and crew of the Indian Air Force fought a valiant battle against Nature to save thousands of lives in Uttarakhand's treacherous valleys, scripting India's greatest rescue operation.......

PICS: Indian, US troops hold 'Yudh Abhyas' at Fort Bragg

Can Indian and American troops join hands to carry out a successful peacekeeping mission in a third country to rescue innocent civilians, whose lives are threatened either by their own regime or......

Bodies of Indian peacekeepers arrive in Delhi

The bodies of the five Indian soldiers, who were killed in a United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan, arrived in India on Thursday morning. The Indian Army personnel, including a......

Increase financial support to UN body: India

India has called on the international community to increase its financial support to the United Nations' body dealing with women's empowerment, to help it meet the global commitments of gender......

Land Rover targets India's defence deals

Apart from its usual business proposition of selling high-end sports utility vehicles, which were launched in India on Sunday, UK automotive brand Land Rover is talking to the Indian government for......
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Who Will Contain the Evil?

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Five UN peacekeepers killed when convoy attacked in Mali

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Bangladeshi media make fun of Dhoni brigade

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Congress wins Kerala by-election

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3 Indian Soldiers in UN Missions in Africa Accused of Soliciting Prostitutes, Sexually Harassing Women

REPRESENTATIONAL IMAGE Reuters The Indian Army has reportedly punished two soldiers who were part of the UN peacekeeping forces for sexual... ...

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