Joint Indo-Uk Military Exercise Focusing On Inter-Operability

Joint Indo-Uk Military Exercise Focusing On Inter-Operability

Anti-terrorists operations was in focus of the joint Indo-UK military exercise 'Ajeya Warrior' which began in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan.

Military-to-military cooperation, inter-operability, heliborne and anti-terrorists operations are some of the highlights of the joint Indo-UK military exercise 'Ajeya Warrior' which began in the Thar Desert

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Joint Indo-Uk Military Exercise Focusing On Inter-Operability

Joint Indo-Uk Military Exercise Focusing On Inter-Operability

Anti-terrorists operations was in focus of the joint Indo-UK military exercise 'Ajeya Warrior' which began in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan.

Military-to-military cooperation, inter-operability, heliborne and anti-terrorists operations are some of the highlights of the joint Indo-UK military exercise 'Ajeya Warrior' which began in the Thar Desert

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Bachelorette Fan Favorite Peter Kraus Opens Up About Suffering From An Eating Disorder During His Modeling Career

Peter Kraus

Peter Kraus found the light during a very dark time.

On Wednesday, The Bachelorette fan favorite opened up about his two-year struggle with an eating disorder that began when he was 20 years old and trying to make it in the modeling industry.

Related: Peter Confirmed For The Bachelor Winter Games!

As you may know, he has since retired from modeling

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Three international cricket captains report attempted fixing approaches

  • Published in Sports
• ICC investigating after cases were flagged up in past two months
• Up to seven live investigations into current match-fixing attempts

The International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption unit is understood to be conducting up to seven live investigations into fixing, with three international captains having reported illicit approaches in the past t

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Three international cricket captains report attempted fixing approaches

  • Published in Sports
• ICC investigating after cases were flagged up in past two months
• Up to seven live investigations into current match-fixing attempts

The International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption unit is understood to be conducting up to seven live investigations into fixing, with three international captains having reported illicit approaches in the past t

Read more...
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