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  • Infiltration Attempt Backed By Pak Army Stopped In Kashmir's Uri

    Infiltration Attempt Backed By Pak Army Stopped In Kashmir's Uri

    Two Pakistani intruders, suspected to be members of a Pak Army Border Action Team (BAT), have been eliminated by the Indian Army near a post in the Uri sector of Kashmir located at an altitude of more than 10,000 feet.

  • Wreckage Of Missing Air Force Sukhoi Su-30 Found

    Wreckage Of Missing Air Force Sukhoi Su-30 Found

    The wreckage of an Air Force Sukhoi Su-30 jet that went missing with two pilots on board has been found. There is no sign of survivors.

  • 'Pakistan Trying To Massage Ego Of Their Own People': Army General To NDTV

    'Pakistan Trying To Massage Ego Of Their Own People': Army General To NDTV

    The General commanding the Army's critical 15 Corps in Kashmir has dismissed Pakistani threats that India would pay heavily for any aggression along the Line of Control or LoC. Lt General JS Sandhu, who oversees the defences of 400 kilometres of the Line of Control in Kashmir, says "these are inflated statements" by Pakistan.

  • Massive Fire Assault On Pakistan Posts To Check Infiltration, Says Army, Releasing Video

    Massive Fire Assault On Pakistan Posts To Check Infiltration, Says Army, Releasing Video

    In a strong message globally, the Indian Army today released a video of a massive fire assault on a Pakistani post to underscore that it would destroy locations across the border actively aiding infiltration by terrorists.

  • Officer Who Tied Protester To Jeep As 'Human Shield' In Kashmir Honoured By Army

    Officer Who Tied Protester To Jeep As 'Human Shield' In Kashmir Honoured By Army

    The Chief Of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat has awarded Major Leetul Gogoi, the officer who placed a Kashmiri man on the bonnet of his jeep during recent protests in Kashmir, with a Chief of Army Staff Commendation Card.

  • 3 Decades After Bofors, Indian Army Gets First Artillery Guns From US

    3 Decades After Bofors, Indian Army Gets First Artillery Guns From US

    For the first time in three decades, the Indian Army received two new artillery guns today. The M-777 ultra-light howitzer guns are part of Indias 145-gun order from the US for 700 million dollars.

  • Indian Navy Patrol Ship INS Sharda Stops Piracy Attempt In Gulf Of Aden

    Indian Navy Patrol Ship INS Sharda Stops Piracy Attempt In Gulf Of Aden

    An Indian Navy patrol ship, the INS Sharda has fought off an attempt by pirates to take control of a Liberian registered ship, the MV Mountbatten.

  • Not 1 Paisa: What Forces Got For Security Upgrade After Pathankot Terror

    Not 1 Paisa: What Forces Got For Security Upgrade After Pathankot Terror

    In January last year, heavily-armed terrorists entered the highly secure Pathankot air force base in Punjab and opened fire, killing seven security men before being shot dead in an 80-hour operation. After investigating what many believed were giant gaps in security, the forces identified 3,000 sensitive bases that need a security revamp and asked ...

  • Kidnapped Army Officer Ummer Fayaz From Kashmir Tortured Before He Was Killed: Sources

    Kidnapped Army Officer Ummer Fayaz From Kashmir Tortured Before He Was Killed: Sources

    Ummer Fayaz, the young army officer, who had been kidnapped from a family function by terrorists in Kashmir on Monday night, was brutally tortured before he was murdered. Sources said the body of the 22-year-old officer, a Lieutenant of the Rajputana Rifles, bore multiple injuries, indicating heavy beating, possibly with the butt of a gun. There we...

  • Young Army Officer Kidnapped From Family Wedding And Killed In Kashmir

    Young Army Officer Kidnapped From Family Wedding And Killed In Kashmir

    A young, unarmed army officer was kidnapped by terrorists from a family wedding last night and killed in Jammu and Kashmir. Ummer Fayaz, a 22-year-old Lieutenant of the Rajputana Rifles, had joined the army five months ago. His body was found early this morning in Shopian, around 30 km from his village, with bullets in his head and abdomen.

  • Video Shows Army Destroying Pak Bunker With Tanks, Missiles

    Video Shows Army Destroying Pak Bunker With Tanks, Missiles

    A widely-circulated video on social media today shows a Pakistani bunker along the Line of Control, the de facto border in Kashmir, being destroyed by an anti-tank guided missile fired by the Indian Army.

  • On Hotline, Pakistan Warns India Against 'Misadventures', Threatens Response

    On Hotline, Pakistan Warns India Against 'Misadventures', Threatens Response

    India today warned Pakistan of an "unequivocal" response to the killing and mutilation of two soldiers yesterday along the Line of Control in Kashmir. Pakistan, which has denied the barbaric act, said in response today that India "should look inwards" to determine how the soldiers were killed, sought "actionable evidence" of India's claims, and war...

  • Pakistan Kills, Mutilates 2 Indian Soldiers, Army Vows Revenge

    Pakistan Kills, Mutilates 2 Indian Soldiers, Army Vows Revenge

    After India vowed revenge for the mutilation of its two soldiers killed in firing along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday, Pakistan's army put out a denial. Calling India's allegation "false", the Inter-Services Public Relation said in a statement, "Pakistan Army is a highly professional force and shall never disrespect a soldier, ...

  • As India Struggles, China Launches First Home-Built Aircraft Carrier

    As India Struggles, China Launches First Home-Built Aircraft Carrier

    As India struggles to finish construction of its first home-grown aircraft carrier, the Vikrant, China has sailed out its first domestically built aircraft carrier. State media said the carrier, designed in China and built in the northeast port of Dalian, is not expected to enter service until 2020.

  • 'Maoists Fired From Everywhere, Couldn't See Them': CRPF Jawan To NDTV

    'Maoists Fired From Everywhere, Couldn't See Them': CRPF Jawan To NDTV

    A CRPF jawan who survived the Maoist massacre yesterday in Chhattisgarh's Sukma said there was sudden firing "from all sides" and soldiers barely had time to shield civilian workers from the line of fire.

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