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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.

10 dead in car bombing at police academy in Colombia capital Bogota

A car bomb exploded at a heavily guarded police academy in Colombia's capital on Thursday, killing 10 people and injuring dozens in an attack that rec...

Trump nominates 3 Indian Americans to key administration posts

According to the latest list of senior nominations sent by the White House to the Senate, US President Donald Trump has nominated three Indian America...

China to launch 90 satellites for Argentinian firm

China will launch 90 earth observation satellites for an Argentinian company which, according to a Chinese space official, will be a landmark achievem...

Indian-American Raja Krishnamoorthi appointed to key US House committee

Indian-American Raja Krishnamoorthi on Monday was appointed as the member of a key US House committee handling intelligence related issues. Speaker of...