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PM NARENDRA MODI INSTILLS CONFIDENCE: CONGRESS NO MATCH BJP TRYING TO BALANCE CASTE ASPIRATIONS PUNJAB: CHARANJIT SINGH CHANNI, FIRST DALIT CHIEF MINISTER TWO KINDS OF CHIEF MINISTERS JAMMU AND KASHMIR - Factionalism raises its head - J&K Order on Govt employees will further alienation FERTILITY RATES OF HINDUS AND MUSLIMS CONVERGING: PEW STUDY COVID-19: RESUMING VACCINE EXPORT NEXT MONTH INDIA'S RESUMPTION OF VACCINE SUPPLIES WILL ENSURE LOW-COST JABS FOR THE WORLD'S POOR WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION REVISES AIR QUALITY NORMS DEFENCE GEN RAWAT’S ‘CLASH OF CIVILISATION’ REMARK ARMY ACCELERATES OVERHAUL DEFENCE MINISTRY SEALS CONTRACT FOR 118 ARJUN TANKS AIR MARSHAL CHAUDHARI NAMED NEW IAF CHIEF INDIA SIGNS CONTRACT FOR $3-BILLION AIRBUS CARGO PLANES, TO BE MADE LOCALLY INDIA RELEASES POLICY ON SIMULATORS FOR ARMED FORCES TRAINING INDIA LISTS 23 COMPANIES BARRED FROM DOING DEFENCE BUSINESS SINCE 2006 INDIAN DYNAMATIC TO MAKE AEROSTRUCTURE FOR AMERICAN BOEING’S F-15EX JETS MAKING GREEN NOD TO STRATEGIC NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS EASIER COMMENT: US–PAKISTAN EQUATIONS AT A CROSSROADS COMMENT: INDIA’S APPROACH TO THE AFGHAN CRISIS AS PRESIDENT OF UN SECURITY COUNCIL NEIGHBOURS JAISHANKAR’S ‘MULTI-ALIGNMENT’ THEORY AFGHANISTAN: CHINA RELUCTANT, BUT CANNOT LET GO THE OPPORTUNITY AFGHANISTAN: ACROSS THE BOARD SUPPORT FOR TALIBAN IN PAKISTAN POST TALIBAN, PAKISTAN MAY STILL BE USEFUL TO THE US SAARC MINISTERS’ MEET CALLED OFF AS PAKISTAN WANTS TALIBAN AT TABLE INDIA SHOULD MAKE PEACE WITH CHINA, NOT ALIGN WITH US

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