Jun 09, 2015

Defence News - India to allow US to use militar...

New Delhi,Jan 24 (TruthDive): India is to throw open its military,air and naval bases to the US. In return India can use the US military facilities including communication setup. India can also get US to fight alongside it in case of a war. This move was mooted during UPA time and it was shot down by allies then like the Left parties. Defence Minister Antony too had vetoed it saying that it would...

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