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  • Indian Army Destroys Pakistani Post In Jammu And Kashmir's Poonch

    Indian Army Destroys Pakistani Post In Jammu And Kashmir's Poonch

    The Indian Army today destroyed a Pakistani post along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, sources said.

  • Opinion: Gen Rawat Crosses Lakshman Rekha With Egregious Remarks

    Opinion: Gen Rawat Crosses <i>Lakshman Rekha</i> With Egregious Remarks

    The question now troubling the nation is: is some of this bias also beginning to infect the Indian Army? This worry has arisen because of the unprecedented and shocking statements by General Bipin Rawat, its serving chief.

  • Manipur Students Visit Delhi As Part Of Army's Outreach Programme

    Manipur Students Visit Delhi As Part Of Army's Outreach Programme

    As part of the Indian Army's ongoing outreach programme, a tour comprising of 11 Boys and 09 Girls, accompanied by two teachers from Sajik Tampak, Chandel, Manipur is being organised from February 19 to March 1.

  • "Pakistan Picking Soft Targets," Says Senior Army Officer On Sunjuwan Attack

    "Pakistan Picking Soft Targets," Says Senior Army Officer On Sunjuwan Attack

    The "pro-active" strategy in the aftermath of the 2016 Uri terror attack will continue as the Indian army has dominated Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, a top commander of the force said on Wednesday.

  • Jammu Army Camp Attack "Frustrated" Attempt By Pak: Army General

    Jammu Army Camp Attack "Frustrated" Attempt By Pak: Army General

    The "pro-active" strategy in the aftermath of the 2016 Uri terror attack will continue as the Indian Army has dominated Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, a top commander of the force said today.

  • 300 Terrorists In Pak Ready To Infiltrate Into India, Says Army

    300 Terrorists In Pak Ready To Infiltrate Into India, Says Army

    Over 300 terrorists are waiting in Pakistan and are ready to infiltrate into India to mount terror attacks, the Indian Army said today. The Pakistani Army has a direct role in planning terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant General Devraj Anbu told reporters at the Northern Command headquarters in Udhampur, 200 km from Srinagar

  • "We Don't Communalise Martyrs," Says Army After Asaduddin Owaisi's Comment

    "We Don't Communalise Martyrs," Says Army After Asaduddin Owaisi's Comment

    The Indian army does not believe in communalizing martyrs, a top army officer said today in a sharp rebuttal of Hyderabad parliamentarian Asaduddin Owaisi's comments on the soldiers killed in the terror attack in Jammu's Sunjuwan.

  • "Pakistan Will Pay For This Misadventure": Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman On Jammu Attack

    "Pakistan Will Pay For This Misadventure": Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman On Jammu Attack

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said "Pakistan will pay" for the attack by terrorists from across the border on an Army camp in Jammu on the weekend, in which five soldiers and a civilian were killed and 10 people, including women and children, were injured

  • Search Operation Underway In Army Camp After Sunjwan Attack

    Search Operation Underway In Army Camp After Sunjwan Attack

    The Army said today that the search operation was underway in its Sunjwan camp, which was attacked by a group of suspected JeM terrorists, killing six persons, including five soldiers.

  • Amid Row, RSS Says Chief Mohan Bhagwat's "Army" Remark Misrepresented

    Amid Row, RSS Says Chief Mohan Bhagwat's "Army" Remark Misrepresented

    Congress president Rahul Gandhi and other opposition leaders have accused Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat of insulting the Indian Army in a speech he made on Sunday. The RSS said his comments have been "distorted."

  • Indian Journalist Among 2 Arrested In Maldives As Crackdown Continues

    Indian Journalist Among 2 Arrested In Maldives As Crackdown Continues

    An Indian journalist employed by French news agency Agence France-Presse has been arrested in Maldives amid the ongoing crisis in the country, news agency ANI reported on Friday.

  • Supreme Court To Hear Father Of Army Major Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths

    Supreme Court To Hear Father Of Army Major Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths

    A day after the father of the Army officer named in the case involving the deaths of three civilians in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian approached the Supreme Court challenging the First Information Report or FIR, the court has agreed to hear his plea on Monday. The petition by Lt Colonel Karamveer Singh, a serving officer of the Indian Army, says the ...

  • Father Of Army Officer Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths Goes To Supreme Court

    Father Of Army Officer Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths Goes To Supreme Court

    The father of the army officer named in the case involving the deaths of three men in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, has approached the Supreme Court. The petition by Lt Colonel Karamveer Singh, a serving officer of the Indian army, challenges the police case and says it violates the fundamental rights of his son, Major Aditya Singh. The petition als...

  • 'Special Forces My Religion,' Says Decorated Army Officer In Viral Clip

    'Special Forces My Religion,' Says Decorated Army Officer In Viral Clip

    An Indian Army Officer's anecdote about a lesson he learnt from a fellow army man on religion and unity is being widely shared on social media. Colonel Saurabh Singh Shekhawat, one of the country's most decorated officers, quickly became a hero on Twitter with his remarkable reminder of what the army stands for.

  • As Maldives Crisis Deepens, India Likely To Keep Troops Ready

    As Maldives Crisis Deepens, India Likely To Keep Troops Ready

    In response to the crisis in the Maldives, India is likely to keep its troops ready after the government said it was "disturbed by the declaration of a state of emergency" in the archipelago. Troop movement was seen at a key air base in southern India, people familiar with the matter said

  • In Maldives Crisis, Supreme Court U-Turn After Judges' Arrest: 10 Points

    In Maldives Crisis, Supreme Court U-Turn After Judges' Arrest: 10 Points

    Three judges of Maldives Supreme Court on Tuesday evening revoked its order to release nine high-profile political prisoners, one of the points in their 1 February verdict that was seen to have prompted President Abdulla Yameen to impose a state of emergency in Maldives and arrest two top judges. President Yameen, who had minutes earlier restored t...

  • Maldives Crisis Highlights: Maldives Government Welcomes Supreme Court Order Revision

    Maldives Crisis Highlights: Maldives Government Welcomes Supreme Court Order Revision

    A political crisis has occurred in the island nation of Maldives after President Abdulla Yameen defied the country's Supreme Court order, which asked for the immediate release of former president Mohamed Nasheed and other opposition leaders. Mr Nasheed has asked India to send its military and envoy to solve the Maldives crisis.

  • India Successfully Test-Fires Nuclear Capable Ballistic Agni-1 Missile: 10 Facts

    India Successfully Test-Fires Nuclear Capable Ballistic Agni-1 Missile: 10 Facts

    An indigenously developed short-range nuclear capable ballistic Agni-1 was successfully test-fired today at 8:30 am from a mobile launcher at Pad 4 of the Integrated Test Range at Odisha's Dr Abdul Kalam Island, formerly known as Wheeler Island. Agni-1 missile was launched as a part of a periodic training activity by the Strategic Forces Command or...

  • "Army Will Give Proper Reply," Says Rajnath Singh On Pak Firing

    "Army Will Give Proper Reply," Says Rajnath Singh On Pak Firing

    India has lodged a strong protest with the Pakistani foreign office a day after four soldiers, including a Captain, were killed in shelling by Pakistani troops in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district

  • 4 Soldiers Killed, 1 Injured In Pak Shelling In Jammu And Kashmir's Rajouri

    4 Soldiers Killed, 1 Injured In Pak Shelling In Jammu And Kashmir's Rajouri

    Four soldiers were killed and another injured in shelling by Pakistani troops across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Sunday.

  • 16-Year-Old Girl, Jawan Injured In Intense Firing By Pakistan, India Retaliates Strongly

    16-Year-Old Girl, Jawan Injured In Intense Firing By Pakistan, India Retaliates Strongly

    A teenage girl and an Army jawan has been injured in firing by Pakistan at the Line of Control in Poonch on Sunday. Firing started around 11 am when Pakistan targeted forward posts and villages along the LoC in Shahpur. 16-year-old Gulnaz who was injured in the firing has been hospitalised. The Army has been effectively retaliating, sources told ND...

  • Former Army Captain, Who Lived On Pune Footpath, Beaten To Death

    Former Army Captain, Who Lived On Pune Footpath, Beaten To Death

    The body of a former captain in the Army was found in the Pune Cantonment area late Thursday night with police stating that he had been bludgeoned to death by two unidentified people.

  • India's $250-Billion Military Upgrade Plan Is Sputtering: Foreign Media

    India's $250-Billion Military Upgrade Plan Is Sputtering: Foreign Media

    India celebrated its Republic Day by parading troops and locally made weapons in front of New Delhi's colonial-era sandstone buildings and past 10 Southeast Asian heads of state -- all potential buyers.

  • "Fired In Desperate Situation": Army Sources On Death Of 2 Men In Kashmir

    "Fired In Desperate Situation": Army Sources On Death Of 2 Men In Kashmir

    Army sources today said that its soldiers, charged with murder over the death of two civilians in firing on protesters at a village in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, "opened fire in a desperate situation". A crowd of protesters injured a soldier with stones and "threatened to burn" him, the Army sources said amid a massive political row between the s...

  • Mehbooba Mufti Vs BJP As Army Is Charged With Murder For Civilian Killing

    Mehbooba Mufti Vs BJP As Army Is Charged With Murder For Civilian Killing

    A murder case against an Army Major and his unit for the killing of two civilians at Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian on Saturday has escalated into a major political row between the ruling PDP and its ally BJP, which rules the centre

  • For New Mumbai Bridges, Army Draws On "War Store" Near Doklam

    For New Mumbai Bridges, Army Draws On "War Store" Near Doklam

    The army, which was brought in last year to build three foot over-bridges in Mumbai, had drawn on its resources stocked near the Indo-China border, a senior army officer overseeing the project has said. The project will miss its January 31 deadline by a fortnight because of gaps in coordination with the railways in the early days of the project.

  • From Nagaland To Kashmir, These Are The Heroes Of 69th Republic Day

    From Nagaland To Kashmir, These Are The Heroes Of 69th Republic Day

    The Shaurya Chakra is the third highest peacetime military decoration after the Ashoka Chakra and the Kirti Chakra. Read about the heroic tales of the men in uniform who are honoured with the Shaurya Chakra this Republic Day.

  • Watch: This Tribute To The 'Unsung Heroes' Of Indian Army Is Beautiful

    Watch: This Tribute To The 'Unsung Heroes' Of Indian Army Is Beautiful

    On the momentous occasion of Republic Day, a healthcare company has released a touching tribute to the 'unsung heroes' of the Indian army - the medics who protect our soldiers. The moving ad film honours the Indian Army Medical Corps, the section rarely in the limelight for their selfless service to the army and the nation.

  • 12 Die In Last 5 Days; 40,000 Flee Homes To Escape Pakistan Firing

    12 Die In Last 5 Days; 40,000 Flee Homes To Escape Pakistan Firing

    Tensions at the Line of Control and the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir have increased after the fifth consecutive day of intense firing by Pakistan. One civilian was killed and three others injured in heavy overnight shelling by Pakistan Rangers at the International Border in Jammu

  • China Won't Attempt Further Misadventure In Arunachal Pradesh: Eastern Command Chief

    China Won't Attempt Further Misadventure In Arunachal Pradesh: Eastern Command Chief

    Claiming that China has "apologised" for breaching Indian territory in Arunachal Pradesh's Tuting area during road construction, GOC-in-C, Eastern Command, Lt Gen Abhay Krishna on Monday said the Chinese would not try such misadventures again as the footprint of the Indian Army is everywhere.

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