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India, China to resume joint military drill after one-year gap

India and China will resume their joint military drills after a one-year gap on Tuesday in the southwest Chinese city of Chengdu to improve capabilities in fighting terrorism and promote mutual understanding, officials said on Sunday.
Each side will send 100 troops to take part in the 7th India and China joint military exercises 'Hand in Hand' which will focus on counter-terrorism operations, Chinese Defence Ministry spokesman Col Ren Guoqiang said last month.

26-year-old Hyderabad driver killed in hit-and-run in California

Washington:A 26-year-old Indian driver has been killed in a major hit-and-run collision in the US State of California, according to a media report.Sye...

UN expresses alarm at internet blackout in Myanmar

A UN expert on Tuesday warned of a possible cover-up of human rights violations in Myanmar following the government's decision to cut off mobile inter...

Unauthorised drone flying hit Changi airport operations

Flight operations at the International Changi Airport here were affected due to unauthorised drone activities, days after one of its runways was shut ...

Donald Trump to meet Modi, Xi on sidelines of G-20 summit in Japan Top points

On the sidelines of G-20 meeting in Japan this week, US President Donald Trump will hold a number of meetings with world leaders, including Prime Mini...