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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.

Pentagon to build Trump's US-Mexico border wall

Washington: Pentagon has authorized  $1 billion for US President Donald Trump's much publicized US-Mexico border wall, acting Pentagon chief Patr...

Pentagon sanctions $1 billion for US-Mexico border wall

The Pentagon notified Congress that it has sanctioned the transfer of $1 billion to begin new wall construction along the US-Mexico border, drawing im...

Changi bound Singapore Airlines flight receives bomb threat after take off from Mumbai

A Singapore Airlines flight from Mumbai carrying 263 passengers landed safely at Changi International Airport in Singapore on Tuesday morning, after t...

Pakistani woman tortured for being possessed by demons

A Pakistani woman has been rescued after she was tied with chains for several weeks and tortured by her husband after alleging that she was "possessed...