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  • There Are No Proposals To Downsize Indian Army, Says Nirmala Sitharaman

    There Are No Proposals To Downsize Indian Army, Says Nirmala Sitharaman

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said the government was not considering any proposal to downsize the Indian Army.

  • Major Leetul Gogoi Indicted, Shifted Out Of Unit In Srinagar Hotel Case

    Major Leetul Gogoi Indicted, Shifted Out Of Unit In Srinagar Hotel Case

    The Army shifted Major Leetul Gogoi, who was at the centre of the 'human shield' controversy, out of his unit and attached to local formation headquarters after being indicted by an Army Court of Inquiry(CoI) for "fraternising" with a local woman in Srinagar, officials said today.

  • In Sikkim, Over 350 Stranded In Heavy Rain And Landslides Rescued

    In Sikkim, Over 350 Stranded In Heavy Rain And Landslides Rescued

    Nearly 350 people have been rescued by the Indian Army in Sikkim over the last two days, after torrential rain and massive landslides hit the hill state. Five helicopters of the Army evacuated stranded tourists, locals and security personnel posted at the border.

  • Soldier Killed By Terrorists In Kashmir Was Home After Son's Death

    Soldier Killed By Terrorists In Kashmir Was Home After Son's Death

    A territorial Army soldier, who had returned to his home in south Kashmir's Kulgam district for the last rites of his son, was shot dead by terrorists on Monday. The gunmen barged into his home at Shurat village and shot him from point blank.

  • "No Grudge Against Armymen For Going To Court On AFSPA": Defence Minister

    "No Grudge Against Armymen For Going To Court On AFSPA": Defence Minister

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said she has no "grudge" against a group of Army officers who have approached the Supreme Court to present their views on cases relating to the Armed Forces Special Powers Act or AFSPA.

  • Nepal Army Chief Declines Indian Army's Invite To Attend BIMSTEC Conclave

    Nepal Army Chief Declines Indian Army's Invite To Attend BIMSTEC Conclave

    After Nepal decided to skip the first ever BIMSTEC military exercise in India, its newly appointed Army Chief Purna Chandra Thapa has declined an invite by the Indian Army to attend a conclave of army chief's of the grouping on September 16, official sources said.

  • 1.5 Lakh Job Cuts May Give Army Rs 7,000 Crore To Buy Weapons

    1.5 Lakh Job Cuts May Give Army Rs 7,000 Crore To Buy Weapons

    Worried about antique weapons in its arsenal, the army is seriously thinking about a proposal to shed up to 1.5 lakh jobs. By doing so, the army would save between Rs 5,000 and Rs 7,000 crore which could be used to bump up its capital expenditure account used to maintain and replenish the stock of weaponry that it currently holds.

  • Army Recalibrating Counter-Insurgency Strategy In Manipur, Eastern States

    Army Recalibrating Counter-Insurgency Strategy In Manipur, Eastern States

    The Army is seriously considering recalibrating its counter-insurgency strategy in the militancy-hit North East in the wake of an "over cautious" approach being adopted by its field units in the region following the Supreme Court's strict orders to the CBI to ensure thorough probe into the alleged extra-judicial killings in Manipur, military source...

  • If Pak Stops Terror, We Will Also "Be Like Neeraj Chopra": Army Chief

    If Pak Stops Terror, We Will Also "Be Like Neeraj Chopra": Army Chief

    If Pakistan stops terrorism, the Army would also "be like Neeraj Chopra", Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said Wednesday, referring to the Asian Games javelin gold medallist's gesture of reaching out to his Pakistani competitor.

  • Army Chief To Review Status Of Restructuring Studies This Month

    Army Chief To Review Status Of Restructuring Studies This Month

    Army Chief General Bipin Rawat will be reviewing the status of Indian Army's biggest ever organisational restructuring study this month.

  • Over Major's Case, Army Chief's "Stern" Words On "Moral Corruption"

    Over Major's Case, Army Chief's "Stern" Words On "Moral Corruption"

    Any case of moral turpitude and corruption will be dealt with sternly, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Tuesday, referring to Major Leetul Gogoi, who was found guilty of "fraternising" with a local woman at a Srinagar hotel.

  • Can't Keep Soldiers Away From Social Media, Smartphones, Says Army Chief

    Can't Keep Soldiers Away From Social Media, Smartphones, Says Army Chief

    Soldiers cannot be prevented from using smartphones and social media but there has to be discipline, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said today. He said he had been advised to keep soldiers away from smartphones, but that was not possible, so best to allow it. "Social media is here to stay, soldiers will use social media. Our adversary will use soci...

  • Navy Divers, Para Commandos, Rushed To Rescue 5 Missing In Assam Accident

    Navy Divers, Para Commandos, Rushed To Rescue 5 Missing In Assam Accident

    A special team of the Indian Navy's deep-sea divers have been called in from Visakhapatnam to Sivasagar district in Upper Assam after the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF), the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the Indian Army had been roped in to help in the ongoing operation to rescue a family of five that went missing after their Ma...

  • In Case Involving Army Officer, Court Asks Report By September 18

    In Case Involving Army Officer, Court Asks Report By September 18

    A local court in Srinagar on Saturday directed further investigations in the case involving Army officer Major Leetul Gogoi over a row in a hotel involving a Kashmiri woman and asked police to submit a report by September 18.

  • Tata Motors Rolls-Out Its 1500th Safari Storme GS800 For The Indian Army

    Tata Motors Rolls-Out Its 1500th Safari Storme GS800 For The Indian Army

    Tata Motors today announced the roll-out of its 1500th GS800 (General Service 800) Safari Storme SUVs specially made for the Indian Armed Forces. The milestone GS800 Safari Storme was rolled out of the company's manufacturing plant in Pune, Maharashtra, and is part of the 3192 vehicles that the company is supplying to the Indian Army.

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  • There Are No Proposals To Downsize Indian Army, Says Nirmala Sitharaman

    There Are No Proposals To Downsize Indian Army, Says Nirmala Sitharaman

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said the government was not considering any proposal to downsize the Indian Army.

  • Major Leetul Gogoi Indicted, Shifted Out Of Unit In Srinagar Hotel Case

    Major Leetul Gogoi Indicted, Shifted Out Of Unit In Srinagar Hotel Case

    The Army shifted Major Leetul Gogoi, who was at the centre of the 'human shield' controversy, out of his unit and attached to local formation headquarters after being indicted by an Army Court of Inquiry(CoI) for "fraternising" with a local woman in Srinagar, officials said today.

  • In Sikkim, Over 350 Stranded In Heavy Rain And Landslides Rescued

    In Sikkim, Over 350 Stranded In Heavy Rain And Landslides Rescued

    Nearly 350 people have been rescued by the Indian Army in Sikkim over the last two days, after torrential rain and massive landslides hit the hill state. Five helicopters of the Army evacuated stranded tourists, locals and security personnel posted at the border.

  • Soldier Killed By Terrorists In Kashmir Was Home After Son's Death

    Soldier Killed By Terrorists In Kashmir Was Home After Son's Death

    A territorial Army soldier, who had returned to his home in south Kashmir's Kulgam district for the last rites of his son, was shot dead by terrorists on Monday. The gunmen barged into his home at Shurat village and shot him from point blank.

  • "No Grudge Against Armymen For Going To Court On AFSPA": Defence Minister

    "No Grudge Against Armymen For Going To Court On AFSPA": Defence Minister

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said she has no "grudge" against a group of Army officers who have approached the Supreme Court to present their views on cases relating to the Armed Forces Special Powers Act or AFSPA.

  • Nepal Army Chief Declines Indian Army's Invite To Attend BIMSTEC Conclave

    Nepal Army Chief Declines Indian Army's Invite To Attend BIMSTEC Conclave

    After Nepal decided to skip the first ever BIMSTEC military exercise in India, its newly appointed Army Chief Purna Chandra Thapa has declined an invite by the Indian Army to attend a conclave of army chief's of the grouping on September 16, official sources said.

  • 1.5 Lakh Job Cuts May Give Army Rs 7,000 Crore To Buy Weapons

    1.5 Lakh Job Cuts May Give Army Rs 7,000 Crore To Buy Weapons

    Worried about antique weapons in its arsenal, the army is seriously thinking about a proposal to shed up to 1.5 lakh jobs. By doing so, the army would save between Rs 5,000 and Rs 7,000 crore which could be used to bump up its capital expenditure account used to maintain and replenish the stock of weaponry that it currently holds.

  • Army Recalibrating Counter-Insurgency Strategy In Manipur, Eastern States

    Army Recalibrating Counter-Insurgency Strategy In Manipur, Eastern States

    The Army is seriously considering recalibrating its counter-insurgency strategy in the militancy-hit North East in the wake of an "over cautious" approach being adopted by its field units in the region following the Supreme Court's strict orders to the CBI to ensure thorough probe into the alleged extra-judicial killings in Manipur, military source...

  • If Pak Stops Terror, We Will Also "Be Like Neeraj Chopra": Army Chief

    If Pak Stops Terror, We Will Also "Be Like Neeraj Chopra": Army Chief

    If Pakistan stops terrorism, the Army would also "be like Neeraj Chopra", Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said Wednesday, referring to the Asian Games javelin gold medallist's gesture of reaching out to his Pakistani competitor.

  • Army Chief To Review Status Of Restructuring Studies This Month

    Army Chief To Review Status Of Restructuring Studies This Month

    Army Chief General Bipin Rawat will be reviewing the status of Indian Army's biggest ever organisational restructuring study this month.

  • Over Major's Case, Army Chief's "Stern" Words On "Moral Corruption"

    Over Major's Case, Army Chief's "Stern" Words On "Moral Corruption"

    Any case of moral turpitude and corruption will be dealt with sternly, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Tuesday, referring to Major Leetul Gogoi, who was found guilty of "fraternising" with a local woman at a Srinagar hotel.

  • Can't Keep Soldiers Away From Social Media, Smartphones, Says Army Chief

    Can't Keep Soldiers Away From Social Media, Smartphones, Says Army Chief

    Soldiers cannot be prevented from using smartphones and social media but there has to be discipline, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said today. He said he had been advised to keep soldiers away from smartphones, but that was not possible, so best to allow it. "Social media is here to stay, soldiers will use social media. Our adversary will use soci...

  • Navy Divers, Para Commandos, Rushed To Rescue 5 Missing In Assam Accident

    Navy Divers, Para Commandos, Rushed To Rescue 5 Missing In Assam Accident

    A special team of the Indian Navy's deep-sea divers have been called in from Visakhapatnam to Sivasagar district in Upper Assam after the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF), the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the Indian Army had been roped in to help in the ongoing operation to rescue a family of five that went missing after their Ma...

  • In Case Involving Army Officer, Court Asks Report By September 18

    In Case Involving Army Officer, Court Asks Report By September 18

    A local court in Srinagar on Saturday directed further investigations in the case involving Army officer Major Leetul Gogoi over a row in a hotel involving a Kashmiri woman and asked police to submit a report by September 18.

  • Tata Motors Rolls-Out Its 1500th Safari Storme GS800 For The Indian Army

    Tata Motors Rolls-Out Its 1500th Safari Storme GS800 For The Indian Army

    Tata Motors today announced the roll-out of its 1500th GS800 (General Service 800) Safari Storme SUVs specially made for the Indian Armed Forces. The milestone GS800 Safari Storme was rolled out of the company's manufacturing plant in Pune, Maharashtra, and is part of the 3192 vehicles that the company is supplying to the Indian Army.

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