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Rahul: Adani’s wealth grew massively in Modi’s tenure

Deccan Chronicle 08 Feb 2023
The PM goes to Israel and Adani gets the contract They have four defence firms and had not done this work before; small arms and sniper rifles are all made by Adani," he said. He alleged that be it maintenance of aircraft, small arms or drones, the whole India-Israel defence tie has been handed over to Adani.
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China to 'safeguard interests' over balloon shootdown

Newburyport Daily News 08 Feb 2023
airspace accidentally ... While China has in recent months moderated the abrasive tone of its diplomacy, it is “still pursuing those broader, long-term strategic agendas on the economic, tech and security fronts," said Collin Koh Swee Lean research fellow at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University.
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China says will ''safeguard interests'' over balloon shootdown

Indian Express 07 Feb 2023
While China has in recent months moderated the abrasive tone of its diplomacy, it is \u201cstill pursuing those broader, long-term strategic agendas on the economic, tech and security fronts,' said Collin Koh Swee Lean research fellow at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University.
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China says will 'safeguard interests' over balloon shootdown

SCNOW Morning News 07 Feb 2023
While China has in recent months moderated the abrasive tone of its diplomacy, it is “still pursuing those broader, long-term strategic agendas on the economic, tech and security fronts," said Collin Koh Swee Lean research fellow at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University.
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China says it will 'safeguard interests' over balloon shootdown

Newsday 07 Feb 2023
While China has in recent months moderated the abrasive tone of its diplomacy, it is “still pursuing those broader, long-term strategic agendas on the economic, tech and security fronts," said Collin Koh Swee Lean research fellow at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University ... Quick Links.
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China says will ‘safeguard interests’ over balloon shootdown

The Morning Journal 07 Feb 2023
airspace accidentally ... While China has in recent months moderated the abrasive tone of its diplomacy, it is “still pursuing those broader, long-term strategic agendas on the economic, tech and security fronts,” said Collin Koh Swee Lean research fellow at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University.
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DEFENCE MANUFACTURING ITS ARM VACCINE IN PREPARATION FOR PHASE I CLINICAL TRIAL AGAINST SOLID TUMORS

Pharmiweb 06 Feb 2023
Defence Therapeutics Inc ... DEFENCE MANUFACTURING ITS ARM VACCINE IN PREPARATION FOR PHASE I CLINICAL TRIAL AGAINST SOLID TUMORS ... DEFENCE MANUFACTURING ITS ARM VACCINE IN PREPARATION FOR PHASE I CLINICAL TRIAL AGAINST SOLID TUMORS ... Vancouver, BC, Canada, February 6th 2023 - Defence Therapeutics Inc ... Plouffe, CEO and President of Defence Therapeutics.
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Netanyahu to 'look into' supplying Iron Dome to Kyiv

Hindustan Times 06 Feb 2023
... study the possibility of supplying Ukraine with defensive weapons, including the Iron Dome air defence system.
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India’s aircraft carriers key to Indo-Pacific strategy

Gulf News 06 Feb 2023
“This is significant in terms of India’s power projection capabilities, primarily within the Indian Ocean,” said Viraj Solanki, a London-based expert on Indo-Pacific defence with the International Institute for Strategic Studies ... Sharma, a retired Indian navy spokesperson who now consults on defence issues.
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Read the chilling Facebook messages exchange student, 23, allegedly sent after he killed a sex ...

The Daily Mail 06 Feb 2023
But he did not know Ms McRae was transgender - and when he found out, he 'lost self-control', defence barrister Claire Wasley told the court on Monday ... Valencia arrived in Australia on a student visa in May 2019 and was studying at a Surry Hills college. Valencia's defence accepts ...
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Russian attacks predicted as anniversary of invasion looms

Irish Independent 05 Feb 2023
... withdraw to a new line of defence — as it did when retreating from Sievierodonetsk last summer ... The Institute for the Study of War (ISW), a US defence think-tank, predicts Russia’s main offensive will come further north in Luhansk, near the towns of Svatove and Kreminna.
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Pak’s former President Pervez Musharraf dies at 79 in Dubai

The Siasat Daily 05 Feb 2023
Pervez Musharraf, former President General (Retd) of Pakistan, died on Sunday after a prolonged illness in a Dubai hospital, according to Geo News, citing sources. He was 79 ... He attended Forman Christian College in Lahore and the Royal College of Defence Studies in the United Kingdom, where he studied mathematics ... (This is a breaking story ... .
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Biden should have hit Chinese balloon sooner, Republicans say

The National 05 Feb 2023
Opinion. Is Air Force general right about US-China conflict? ... Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin said the Pentagon collected "valuable" intelligence by studying the balloon, and that three other Chinese surveillance balloons had crossed the US during Donald Trump's administration — a disclosure the Republican former president denied ... ....
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Pervez Musharraf, ex-Pakistani ruler who masterminded Kargil war, dies | 5 points

Hindustan Times 05 Feb 2023
Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf on Sunday passed away at the age of 79. He had been undergoing treatment at a hospital in Dubai for quite a long time ... 1 ... 2. He joined the Pakistan Army in 1964 and graduated from the Army Command and Staff College in Quetta, and attended the Royal College of Defence Studies in London. 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... ....
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Who’s going to be triggered by Northanger Abbey? It’s hardly Game of Thrones

The Observer 05 Feb 2023
Undergraduates inhabit, before, during and after their studies, an inescapably upsetting world ... In a robust defence of TWs, the University of Aberdeen’s Prof Timothy Baker rightly says that journalists, ridiculing the latest supposed idiocy, tend to ignore those with which we sympathise, and concentrate on innocuous texts.

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