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  • Where Their Boots Marched Today, May Thousands Follow

    Where Their Boots Marched Today, May Thousands Follow

    On a damp Delhi morning, with President Barack Obama watching, about 300 women made history for India. In three contingents -one each for the army, air force and navy- they marched as part of the Republic Day parade, dazzling onlookers despite the d...

  • At POTUS Banquet, PM Narendra Modi and Sonia Gandhi Shared a Toast

    At POTUS Banquet, PM Narendra Modi and Sonia Gandhi Shared a Toast

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Sonia Gandhi were seen sharing some lighter moments at the banquet for US President Barack Obama on Sunday night at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

  • Republic Day Parade's Highlights: 10-Point Guide

    Republic Day Parade's Highlights: 10-Point Guide

    The grand Republic Day parade lasted two hours, the non-stop drizzle failing to dampen the crowd's enthusiasm for the event, owed at least in part to the presence of President Barack Obama as Chief Guest. First Lady Michelle Obama was bundled up in a...

  • Republic Day Flypast to Take Place as Scheduled, Says Air Force After Weather Scare

    Republic Day Flypast to Take Place as Scheduled, Says Air Force After Weather Scare

    The Indian Air Force has said that the flypast, a highlight of the Republic Day parade, is on. There was some worry that the 30-aircraft display would be cancelled due to rain in the capital.

  • 150 Militants Waiting Across Line of Control, Says Army Ahead of Obama's Visit

    150 Militants Waiting Across Line of Control, Says Army Ahead of Obama's Visit

    Ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit, the General Officer Commanding of the Army's 15 Corps Lt General Subrata Saha has said that 150-160 militants are waiting across the Line of Control to infiltrate into India.

  • 60 Planes in the Air: The Juggling Feat of Republic Day

    60 Planes in the Air: The Juggling Feat of Republic Day

    Over nine minutes on Monday next, 30 aircraft of the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force will roar over Rajpath during the Republic Day parade, watched by US president Barack Obama, President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and many others...

  • 18 Armymen Who Attacked Maharashtra Policemen Get Bail

    18 Armymen Who Attacked Maharashtra Policemen Get Bail

    Eighteen Indian Army officers who assaulted policemen and a police station in Nashik in Maharashtra on Wednesday, were on Thursday sent to 14 days' judicial custody but later released on bail, officials said.

  • Jammu on High Alert in Wake of Inputs of Terrorist Attack

    Jammu on High Alert in Wake of Inputs of Terrorist Attack

    High alert was today sounded and security stepped up in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of inputs about possible attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" ahead of US President Barack Obama's India visit later this month.

  • Peace in Kashmir Has to be Maintained: Army Chief Dalbir Singh Suhag

    Peace in Kashmir Has to be Maintained: Army Chief Dalbir Singh Suhag

    The hard-fought peace in militancy-hit Jammu and Kashmir has to be maintained, Army chief Dalbir Singh today said as he accused Pakistan of supporting terrorism in the state.

  • At 3 am, Women Officers Practice. The Goal is Republic Day.

    At 3 am, Women Officers Practice. The Goal is Republic Day.

    Most people may still be hitting the snooze button on their alarm clocks, but nearly 350 women officers from the army, navy and air force have been at work for three hours already - practicing for the parade in which they will march on Republic Day.

  • PM Modi Lauds Army's Indomitable Courage and Valour

    PM Modi Lauds Army's Indomitable Courage and Valour

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday saluted the indomitable courage and valour of the Indian Army on the occasion of Army Day.

  • India-Made Automatic Rifle Production Stuck in Red Tape

    India-Made Automatic Rifle Production Stuck in Red Tape

    A Parliamentary panel recently wondered why India has not been able to produce a world-class automatic rifle but it appears that an advanced version of this has already been developed but is yet to see action as it is tangled in bureaucratic red tape...

  • Manipur Encounters: Burying the Truth

    Manipur Encounters: Burying the Truth

    In an overgrown field outside Manipur's capital, Basanta Nameirakpam points to the spot where his son, Nobo, lies buried. The 27-year-old was killed in an encounter by a joint team of Manipur police commandos and Assam Rifles in April, 2009. His cous...

  • 7 Bodo Militants Arrested in Joint Operation by Army, Assam Police

    7 Bodo Militants Arrested in Joint Operation by Army, Assam Police

    Seven terrorists of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songojit faction), suspected to be involved in the December 23 massacre of Adivasis (tribals) in Assam's Kokrajhar, were arrested in a pre-dawn operation jointly carried out by the Indian...

  • How High to Swing the Arms at Republic Day Parade Divides the 3 Services

    How High to Swing the Arms at Republic Day Parade Divides the 3 Services

    Just how high the Indian armed forces - the Army, Navy and Air Force - should raise their arms while marching past President Pranab Mukerjee and US President Barack Obama on Republic Day, January 26 has generated a major controversy.

  • Ready to Foil Any Infiltration Bid: Army

    Ready to Foil Any Infiltration Bid: Army

    Claiming that more than 160 militants were ready to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir, the army today said the counter-infiltration grid on the Line of Control (LoC) was robust to meet any such challenges.

  • Will Respond to Pakistan Firing with Double Force: Defence Minister

    Will Respond to Pakistan Firing with Double Force: Defence Minister

    The Indian Army must retaliate with "double the force" if the Pakistani military fires on the Jammu and Kashmir border, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said.

  • Retaliate With Double Force: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Ceasefire Violations by Pakistan

    Retaliate With Double Force: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Ceasefire Violations by Pakistan

    With Pakistan continuing to violate the ceasefire, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has directed the security forces to not hold back and retaliate with "double the force".

  • Indian Soldier Killed in Pakistan Ceasefire Violation, BSF Kills 4 in Retaliatory Fire

    Indian Soldier Killed in Pakistan Ceasefire Violation, BSF Kills 4 in Retaliatory Fire

    A Border Security Force jawan was killed in unprovoked firing by Pakistan Rangers on the International Border in Samba district of Jammu region today.

  • Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Along Line of Control in Jammu, Jawan Injured

    Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Along Line of Control in Jammu, Jawan Injured

    An Army jawan was today injured as Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control or LoC in Pallanwala sector of Jammu district, drawing retaliation from Indian forces.

  • Army Chief Reviews Operations in Volatile Assam

    Army Chief Reviews Operations in Volatile Assam

    Indian Army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Saturday reviewed the security situation in Assam in the aftermath of the gory killings by Bodo militants, as security forces intensified operations along the international border with Bhutan.

  • Iran's Army Tests Suicide Drone in Drills

    Iran's Army Tests Suicide Drone in Drills

    Iran's army has deployed a suicide drone for the first time in massive ongoing military drills near the strategic Strait of Hormuz at the entrance to the Persian Gulf.

  • Boots, Bullets, Rifles: All In Short Supply For Army

    Boots, Bullets, Rifles: All In Short Supply For Army

    The army is running low on ammunition, soldiers posted to freezing places like Siachen and Leh don't have boots or mosquito nets, and India has failed for over a decade to produce an assault rifle that meets the most basic requirements of the army.

  • Army's Tough Rules for Social Media Use After WhatsApp Trouble

    Army's Tough Rules for Social Media Use After WhatsApp Trouble

    The Indian Army is on the offensive after being caught off-guard by a string of unsigned messages on social media sites such as WhatsApp.

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