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Bhutan Soldiers Killed in Arms Depot Explosion

Deutsche Presse-Agentur | Sep 02, 2013

NEW DELHI - At least 11 Bhutanese soldiers were killed in an explosion Monday while disposing of old ordnance, news reports said. The incident occurred near a military base in Anakha in the western district of Haa, according to the Twitter account of the state-run Kuensel newspaper. Eight soldiers died on the scene, and three more succumbed to... more

Indian Gov't Says no Talks with Maoist Rebels

Associated Press | May 28, 2013

NEW DELHI - The Indian government on Tuesday ruled out peace talks with Maoist rebels who killed 24 governing party members in a daring attack over the weekend in an eastern state. Indian Junior Home Minister C.P.N. Singh said the government had in the past offered to hold talks with the insurgents, but no one came forward. The Maoists instead ... more

India Starts to Rein in Defense Budget

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Aviation Week's DTI | Mar 14, 2013

This article first appeared in Aviation Week & Space Technology. India is trimming defense spending for its current fiscal year, which ends March 31, but Defense Minister A.K. Antony says spending on operational preparedness will not suffer. And to underscore the assertion—and possibly allay the fears of Indian officials and Western contractor... more

2 Missing Indian Navy Officers Found Dead in Sub

Associated Press | Feb 27, 2014

NEW DELHI - Rescuers found the bodies of two Indian navy officers inside a submarine Thursday after an accident occurred on the vessel during a training exercise at sea, an official said. Rescuers who boarded the submarine after it reached port in Mumbai found the officers' bodies, a Defense Ministry official said on condition of anonymity beca... more

U.S., Indian Navy Participate in Training Exercise

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Navy News | Nov 07, 2013

USS MCCAMPBELL, At Sea -- Naval forces from India and the United States will participate in exercise Malabar 2013, Nov. 5 - 11. Malabar is a regularly scheduled bilateral naval field training exercise and has grown in scope and complexity over the years. Malabar 2013 is the latest in a continuing series of exercises conducted to advance multina... more

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