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No sudden escalation of operations in J&K, Army to go by standard rules of engagement: Gen Rawat

No sudden escalation of operations in J&K, Army to go by standard rules of engagement: Gen Rawat Jun 30,2018

Amid reports of Army launching an ‘all-out war’ against terrorist outfits after the imposition of President’s Rule in Jammu and Kashmir, General Bipin Rawat has suggested that there will be no sudden escalation of operations in the Valley and the armed forces will go by the ‘standard rules of engagement’. Army Chief said these after interacting with a group of students from Jammu and Kashmnir. Gen Rawat also urged the students from J&K to join the armed forces and serve the

Surgical strikes took down 70-80 Pakistanis: Lt Gen DS Hooda (retd)

Surgical strikes took down 70-80 Pakistanis: Lt Gen DS Hooda (retd) Jun 30,2018

A video of the surgical strikes on terrorist launch pads in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in September 2016 was released on Wednesday night, showing the identification and surveillance of four targets by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and the gun assault on military installations, barrack like structures and in some scenes what appear to be armed personnel. The release of the 8-minute long video comes almost two years after the strikes were conducted, resulting in about 70 to 80 Pakistani fatalities.

Govt clears list of clothing items required to be procured by soldiers using special allowance

Govt clears list of clothing items required to be procured by soldiers using special allowance Jun 30,2018

After months of deliberations, the Defence Ministry has approved a list of items which will have to be purchased by each soldier from an annual clothing allowance of Rs 10,000, official sources said. The clothing allowance was recommended by the Seventh Pay Commission in lieu of personnel clothing which was earlier being provided through ordnance factories, they said. Soldiers and Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) will now be required to procure clothing items, including summer uniform,

Army chief asks Jammu and Kashmir students to join Indian armed forces

Army chief asks Jammu and Kashmir students to join Indian armed forces Jun 30,2018

Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Friday met a group of Kashmiri students and exhorted them to join the Indian Army and serve the nation, an official statement said.The group of 25 students, comprising 20 boys and five girls, and accompanied by five teachers from Jammu and Kashmir has been on a National Integration Tour sponsored by the government. “General Rawat shared his experiences with the students and motivated them to work hard and contribute actively in the nation building process.

Surgical Strike : Indian Army’s para commandos kill five NSCN-K rebels in Myanmar

Surgical Strike : Indian Army’s para commandos kill five NSCN-K rebels in Myanmar Jun 29,2018

Indian Army’s para commandos have reportedly gunned down five rebels of the SS Khaplang faction of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-K) in a surgical strike inside Myanmar. According to defence sources, the attack was carried out by commandos of 12 Para on Wednesday afternoon, targeting the Shwelo camp of the NSCN-K three kilometres inside Myanmar, bordering Nagaland. The operation reportedly lasted two hours, following which the commandos returned. The NSCN-K confirmed the

Army must conquer cyber space to counter tech-savvy terrorists : Army chief

Army must conquer cyber space to counter tech-savvy terrorists : Army chief Jun 28,2018

Army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat today stressed on exploiting cyber space for advantage of defence forces, saying the “tech-savvy” terrorists operating from across the borders are using it for their benefit and if the armed forces don’t stay ahead of them, they may never be able overcome terrorism. Addressing a conference on cyber security here, the Army Chief said the cyber space is important not only in conventional warfare, but is equally relevant in the sub-conventional warfare or proxy

Indian army's new mission: To realise acting dreams of Kashmiris

Indian army's new mission: To realise acting dreams of Kashmiris Jun 28,2018

The Indian Army has embarked on a new mission to realise the acting dreams of Kashmiri boys and girls. The Army has roped in Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, to teach acting to the young boys and girls in North Kashmir's Baramulla district, in order to help them to make it to the entertainment industry of the country. Army in collaboration with FTII has zeroed in on three courses — Screen Acting, Smartphone Film Making and Screenplay Writing — to churn-out budding

Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat rejects UN report on Jammu and Kashmir, calls it ‘motivated’

Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat rejects UN report on Jammu and Kashmir, calls it ‘motivated’ Jun 27,2018

Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat on Wednesday rejected the United Nations’ controversial report on Jammu and Kashmir and called it ”motivated”. ”I don’t think we need to speak on the United Nations report on Jammu and Kashmir. Some of these reports are motivated,”Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said. While speaking to reporters here, Gen Rawat said not much attention should be given to the recent United Nations report on Kashmir. ”The Army’s human rights record is above

Two out of 21 ‘wanted militants’ killed in three days in Kashmir

Two out of 21 ‘wanted militants’ killed in three days in Kashmir Jun 27,2018

Security forces have neutralised two out of the 21 wanted terrorists in Kashmir in the three days following the release of a ‘hit list’ after resumption of “Operation All Out” and anti-militancy operations in the State. A few days after the month-long unilateral Ramzan ceasefire was called off by the Centre, the security forces had released the list of wanted militants. The list contained names of 11 Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists, seven from Lashkar-e-Toiba, two from Jaish-e-Mohammed,

Saluting “Sam Bhadaur”on His Tenth Death Anniversary

Saluting “Sam Bhadaur”on His Tenth Death Anniversary Jun 27,2018

Uttarakhand has a very special connection with Field Marshal SHFJ Manekshaw as it was in this hill region that this great soldier was a student –first at Sherwood College, Nainital and later a cadet at the Indian Military Academy (IMA) , Dehradun. June 27 is Manekshaw’s tenth death anniversary. He was a man who remained a fighter till the very end. It is reported that even his last words were “I am okay”. He was “Sam Bahadur” who would never give up. Not even in the face of

Indian Army will never shoot innocents unlike militants, Kulgam CO tells J&K residents

Indian Army will never shoot innocents unlike militants, Kulgam CO tells J&K residents Jun 26,2018

Indian Army will never shoot innocents unlike militants, Kulgam CO tells J&K residents This video of an Indian Army talking and informing people about their welfare and the bad consequences of supporting militants. This commanding officer of Kulgam district in Jammu and Kashmir tells the residents that you can speak whatever you want to the Army but not in front of the militants. Yesterday, militants killed one of the innocent man who is survived by five children. But the terrorists don’t

250-275 Active Militants Present in Kashmir, 30 More Ready to Sneak Into The Valley: Indian Army

250-275 Active Militants Present in Kashmir, 30 More Ready to Sneak Into The Valley: Indian Army Jun 25,2018

Commander of the Srinagar headquartered 15 Corps in Baramulla, Lt. General Anil Kumar Bhatt said that at least 250 to 275 active militants are present in the Kashmir Valley as of today. He also added that as many as 270 militants are also on launch pads. Moreover nearly 30 militants are ready to cross over to Kashmir from the Pakistan Side. Lt. General Bhatt said that the GOC 15 Corps were fighting to eliminate militancy from the Valley. He added that the Indian Army was taking all sorts of

2 Lashkar-e-Taiba militants killed in encounter in south Kashmir

2 Lashkar-e-Taiba militants killed in encounter in south Kashmir Jun 24,2018

Two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Kulgam district of south Kashmir today, police said.  The encounter began this afternoon in the Cheddar Qaimoh area of Kulgam district as Jammu and Kashmir Police, along with the CRPF and the Army, were carrying out operations to sanitise a national highway ahead of the annual Amarnath pilgrimage, beginning June 28, a senior police official said.  The encounter was still going on,

Army chief Bipin Rawat reviews security situation along LoC

Army chief Bipin Rawat reviews security situation along LoC Jun 24,2018

Army chief General Bipin Rawat reviewed the security situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and in the hinterland in Kashmir during his day-long visit to the valley today. The Army chief visited Kashmir Valley to review the prevailing security situation along the Line of Control and also in the hinterland, a Srinagar-based defence spokesman said. He said, accompanied by Northern Army Commander Lt. Gen Ranbir Singh and Chinar Corps Commander Lt. Gen A K Bhatt, the Army chief visited forward

Defend, Destroy, Defeat - Fresh Brief For Security Agencies In Kashmir

Defend, Destroy, Defeat - Fresh Brief For Security Agencies In Kashmir Jun 23,2018

After the BJP-PDP alliance in Jammu and Kashmir ended, the centre's renewed approach to ensure peace in the Valley involves 4Ds - defend, destroy, defeat and deny, said a senior home ministry official. The security forces have to follow this brief as they venture into trouble-prone areas of the Valley. Defend means strengthening of the security of the camps, destroy means that security forces would eliminate terrorists and their hideouts, defeat means that the agencies would work to crush the

Indian Army makes big strategic changes to nab terrorists & reduce terrorism in Srinagar

Indian Army makes big strategic changes to nab terrorists & reduce terrorism in Srinagar Jun 23,2018

The Indian Army is going strong against the rising terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and has prepared a hit-list of 22 terrorists, who it would aim to nab as soon as possible, under operation ‘All out’. In the wake of operation ‘All out’, the Army has already killed a terrorist in Anantnag on Friday; therefore, it has 21 more terrorists in its radar. The Army has also changed its strategy and has decided to no more hand over the dead bodies of JeM, LeT, or ISIS terrorists to their

List of 21 most-wanted terrorists active in J&K; Army set to hunt them down

List of 21 most-wanted terrorists active in J&K; Army set to hunt them down Jun 23,2018

Days after the Centre revoked the month-long suspension of anti-terror operations in Jammu and Kashmir, an exclusive list of at least 21 top Pakistan-backed terrorists active in the state has come to fore. According to Zee Media, the list of most-wanted terrorists has been prepared by Army, which is now expected to launch a major offensive against terror outfits active in the state. The list includes 11 terrorists from terror outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, seven from Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), two

ISJK chief Dawood among four militants killed in Kashmir, cop and civilian also dead

ISJK chief Dawood among four militants killed in Kashmir, cop and civilian also dead Jun 22,2018

Four militants, including the head of the Islamic State Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK), were killed during a gunfight with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district today, police said.A policeman and a civilian were also killed in the exchange of fire between militants and security forces in a village in Srigufwara, a senior police official said. Police identified one of the militants killed as Dawood, who was heading the ISJK, an affiliate of ISIS, he said. Three civilians are

Army chief Bipin Rawat blames terrorists for end of Ramzan ceasefire in Kashmir

Army chief Bipin Rawat blames terrorists for end of Ramzan ceasefire in Kashmir Jun 22,2018

Security forces had to end a unilateral ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir because “terrorists” continued their attacks, said Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Wednesday. Jammu and Kashmir was put under Governor’s rule on Wednesday after the Bharatiya Janata Party pulled out of its alliance with the Peoples Democratic Party and chief minister Mehbooba Mufti resigned. “We don’t think there will be any impact. We don’t have an kind of political interference,” Rawat said about