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Army to get 6 Apache choppers

Army to get 6 Apache choppers

The DAC, headed by defence and finance minister Arun Jaitley , cleared the proposal on Thursday to buy six Apache attack helicopters for the army. Till now, the Army does not have any attack helicopter. The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), which approves big-ticket purchases, gave the green light to acquire six additional Apache helicopters after 22 were bought as part of a $2.5 billion deal in 2015.


China and India Face Off at Another Himalayan Hotspot

China and India Face Off at Another Himalayan Hotspot

Indian authority said that Japan understands New Delhi's position better than many countries as Tokyo itself has been at the receiving end of Chinese expansionism. China and India fought a border war in 1962 and much of their frontier remains unsettled despite several rounds of official-level talks. The sources said the Ladakh incident was taken seriously by both sides, and expressed the hope of finding a resolution to the stand-off in Doklam, near the tri-junction of India, China and ...


Dunford Working On US-China Military Dialogue in Beijing

Dunford Working On US-China Military Dialogue in Beijing

But, he added, "what's unimaginable is allowing KJU (North Korean leader Kim Jong Un) to develop ballistic missiles with a nuclear warhead that can threaten the United States and continue to threaten the region", he said. "I certainly believe there is a chance". But he said it would be employed only if diplomatic and economic pressures fail to create the conditions for political dialogue.


Indians-Twins rained out, DH Thursday

Indians-Twins rained out, DH Thursday

From there, the right-hander had the Twins swinging and missing at his offerings. "First-inning runs are obviously disappointing but shouldn't be too much of a surprise". Giancarlo Stanton takes his home run show to the Big Apple when Miami visits the New York Mets. Jay Bruce added his first homer in eight games for the Indians since being acquired from the Cincinnati Reds.


Daily Stormer neo-Nazi website banned by Google gets Russian domain

Daily Stormer neo-Nazi website banned by Google gets Russian domain

The company has never turned over customer encryption keys, bowed to political pressure to remove a website, worked with law enforcement to store monitoring software, or turned over customer information to the government, Prince said. As private companies, the Facebooks and Googles of the world are free to determine who uses their products. They've been used to wreak havoc on popular services and games over the a year ago, and thanks to the continued rise of DDoS-as-a-service platforms ...