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INDIAN ARMY AGAIN WARNS PAKISTANI COUNTERPART ON SUPPORT TO TERRORIST

INDIAN ARMY AGAIN WARNS PAKISTANI COUNTERPART ON SUPPORT TO TERRORIST Apr 28,2018

The LoC in Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed a spurt in ceasefire violations by the Pakistani troops in the last few months and the Indian Army has been retaliating effectively to Pakistani actions. In a strong message, the Indian Army today asked Pakistan military to stop supporting terror groups in Jammu and Kashmir, asserting that it will continue to take all "retaliatory measures" foil Pakistan's evil designs. In a telephonic conversation, Indian Army's Director General of

With all eyes on Inter-Korean Summit, a forgotten slice of history about Indian Army’s role in Korean War

With all eyes on Inter-Korean Summit, a forgotten slice of history about Indian Army’s role in Korean War Apr 27,2018

On Friday, the world will watch when North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets South Korean President Moon Jae-In in the Panmunjom village in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that divides both their countries. Also keeping a watchful eye on this Inter Korean Summit will be India-a country whose role in bringing the Korean War to an end in 1953 was recognised internationally at that time with even United Nations observers having paid tributes to India’s voice that had called for moderation to end the

Indian Army issues national alert on recruitment process over forged documents

Indian Army issues national alert on recruitment process over forged documents Apr 26,2018

The Army has issued a national-level alert among its recruitment officers following the arrest of nine Uttar Pradesh natives who tried to pass off as Keralites with forged documents during an army recruitment rally in Thiruvananthapuram. As the fudged documents included fake Aadhaar cards, Central Government agencies have also been notified, senior Army officers said.‘’This has the potential to become a national-level menace. We are trying to nip it in the bud. All Army Recruiting Officers

2 killed in Indian army firing across LoC: Pak

2 killed in Indian army firing across LoC: Pak Apr 26,2018

Pakistan claimed today that Indian forces fired across the Line of Control, killing two civilians and wounding two others. Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said that Indian troops this morning resorted to “unprovoked firing” in Thub and Banchiran sub sectors of Padhar Sector and targeted village Bramla. Two civilians were killed and two others, including a woman, injured in the firing, he added.

Security forces nab NSCN(IM) and NSCN(K) militants in Arunachal

Security forces nab NSCN(IM) and NSCN(K) militants in Arunachal Apr 25,2018

Security forces have nabbed two militants of different factions of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland during separate operations in Arunachal Pradesh, a defence spokesman said. Arms and ammunition were found from their possession and the cadre confessed their plans of extortion from the locals, the spokesman said. The Assam Rifles personnel nabbed NSCN(IM) cadre Wangphai Wangsu from Longding district yesterday and NSCN (K) militant Wangphiak Lowang from Muktwa village in Tirap district

1 jawan, Jaish-e-Mohammad militant and 1 police officer killed in Tral encounter

1 jawan, Jaish-e-Mohammad militant and 1 police officer killed in Tral encounter Apr 24,2018

In Indian Army jawan, a Jaish-e-Mohammad militant and a police officer have been reported dead in the ongoing encounter at Pulwama’s Lam Tral in Jammu and Kashmir. The encounter broke out between Indian security forces and the militants in Lam Tral, Pulwama, earlier today after militants fired upon an army patrol from a nearby orchard.Earlier, a jawan was reported injured. Two to three militants are believed to have been trapped during the encounter. Police and the CRPF have cordoned off

Indian Army launches massive hunt engaging helicopters for dreaded 2 NDFB(S) militant leaders

Indian Army launches massive hunt engaging helicopters for dreaded 2 NDFB(S) militant leaders Apr 24,2018

The Army has launched a massive hunt engaging helicopters and deploying over 1000 security personnel to catch two senior NDFB(S) militant leaders in Chirang district and the Manas Reserve Forest, defence sources said. Based on specific input about the presence of dreaded NDFB(S) militants G Bidai and Batha, who have several police cases against them, Army units from Kokrajhar and Chirang districts in association with SSB jointly launched the massive operation in Chirang district and the Manas

Heavy shelling, firing on LoC; 4 Pak army jawans killed

Heavy shelling, firing on LoC; 4 Pak army jawans killed Apr 24,2018

Entire Krishna Ghati and Mendhar sectors in Poonch district were this evening rattled with heavy mortar shelling and firing from Pakistan side, prompting Indian troops to retaliate effectively in which three to four Pakistani soldiers were reportedly killed and a couple of others were injured. Three posts of Pakistani army caught fire and reduced to ashes. Reports said Pakistan resorted to heavy shelling and firing in entire Krishna Ghati and parts of Mendhar sectors at 6.15 pm when the border

From UAVs to a system preventing friendly fire, FICCI offers solutions to army

From UAVs to a system preventing friendly fire, FICCI offers solutions to army Apr 23,2018

From palm-sized UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) for surveillance, drones capable of ferrying stores to high altitudes, identification friend or foe (IFF) systems, scaling up performance of Russian-origin tanks to puncture proof tyres, India’s private sector has offered a raft of solutions to problems being faced by the army, in a new report by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI). The sector has also come up with solutions to increase awareness about troop

Tata Safari Army version deliveries begin: Toughest Safari for the Indian Army and its features

Tata Safari Army version deliveries begin: Toughest Safari for the Indian Army and its features Apr 23,2018

The Indian Army has given the Tata Safari a new lease on life, it will replace the tried and tested Maruti Suzuki Gypsy as the Army's new 4X4 vehicle. Indian Army's new Tata Safari will get a new specially protected under-body and a reworked suspension. Last year, Indian automaker Tata Motors bagged the contract from the Ministry of Defence to supply over 3000 units of its Tata Safari Strome SUV to the Indian armed forces. Pictures on Team-BHP now suggest that Tata Motors has begun the

Army to train CISF men to identify drones of Pakistan, China origin

Army to train CISF men to identify drones of Pakistan, China origin Apr 23,2018

Holding foreign drones as potential threat to aviation security, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has tied up with the Indian army to train personnel in identifying drones of Pakistani and Chinese origin, an officer of the force said. A six-day-long training session was conducted last month in Gopalpur, Odisha, with more sessions planned for the personnel posted at 59 airports across the country. The official cited above was part of the first batch. In Delhi, about 60-70 cases of

A team of C-60 commandos kill 14 Naxalites in Maharashtra - Combing op underway

A team of C-60 commandos kill 14 Naxalites in Maharashtra - Combing op underway Apr 22,2018

Fourteen Naxalites were today killed in an encounter with the police in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district. "Fourteen Naxalites were killed in the encounter. Combing operations are still on," said Sharad Shelar, Inspector General of Police. Two district-level "commanders" of the proscribed outfit, identified as Sainath and Sainyu, were among those killed in the encounter, the officer said. A team of C-60 commandos, a specialised combat unit of the Gadchiroli police,

300 Nag anti-tank missiles to be inducted into Indian Army soon

300 Nag anti-tank missiles to be inducted into Indian Army soon Apr 22,2018

In a major success for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ in the defence sector, the longdelayed Nag anti-tank guided missile is all set to see the light of day in the Indian Army as 300 of the land attack version of this missile are going to be inducted into the force soon to tackle the enemy armoured forces. Nag was one of the five missile systems planned to be developed in the 1980s by the Defence Research and Development Organisation under the Integrated