Heavy price of India-Pak Nuclear War: 21 Million may die, half of Ozone layer will vanish

If India and Pakistan fought a war detonating 100 nuclear warheads (around half of their combined arsenal), each equivalent to a 15-kiloton Hiroshima bomb, more than 21 million people will be directly killed, about half the world’s protective ozone layer would be destroyed, and a “nuclear winter” would cripple the monsoons and agriculture worldwide. As … Read more Heavy price of India-Pak Nuclear War: 21 Million may die, half of Ozone layer will vanish

Four reasons why India might get away with Surgical Strike across LoC

As the Indian Army said on Thursday that it has carried out surgical strikes and inflicted serious damage on terrorists and those supporting them across the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan will find that it has little space to respond to the daring operations. Here’s why:   1) New Delhi successfully isolated Islamabad diplomatically before … Read more Four reasons why India might get away with Surgical Strike across LoC

Online Petition to White House for Declaring Pakistan a Terrorist Nation

A petition on the official website of the White House asking for Pakistan to be declared as a state sponsor of terrorism has gathered massive support from netizens, according to the Indian media. Created with a goal of 100,000 signatures on September 21, there have been over123,000 signatories in under five days. YOU CAN SIGN … Read more Online Petition to White House for Declaring Pakistan a Terrorist Nation

Indian Army’s Surgical Strike in PoK: 4 hours, choppers, 7 launch Pads and 38 kills

Nearly 10 days after the Uri attack that claimed 18 jawans, India carried out surgical strikes in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, inflicting heavy casualties on terrorists and ‘those protecting them” and indicating a change of stand on the rules of engagement on the disputed line of control. Indian DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh announced that Pakistan … Read more Indian Army’s Surgical Strike in PoK: 4 hours, choppers, 7 launch Pads and 38 kills

Are Pakistan militant camps at striking distance from India?

Are militant training camps across the de facto border with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir located at a striking distance from India to allow the armed forces to carry out surgical strikes and dismantle them? No, say surrendered militants who have spent months in Pakistan receiving arms and explosives training for a separatist war in … Read more Are Pakistan militant camps at striking distance from India?

Burhan Wani’s Father says his son’s dream was to join the Indian Army as a kid

Muzaffar Wani , the father of Slain Hizbul Mujahideen Commander Burhan Wani, whose encounter death triggered the continuing cycle of violence in Kashmir, tells TOI that his son’s dream was to join the Indian Army when he was 10 and also play cricket like Parvez Rasool – one day hopefully for India. The government school … Read more Burhan Wani’s Father says his son’s dream was to join the Indian Army as a kid

Chinese Army intrudes Arunachal Pradesh

At a time when Pakistan was carrying out Uri attack, the Chinese Army intruded in Anjaw of Arunachal Pradesh. They had entered Indian territory on September 9 and had set up camp in an area some 45 km inside the territory. After four days on September 13, they were forced to go back by a … Read more Chinese Army intrudes Arunachal Pradesh

INS Viraat set for final ‘sail’ this month

INS Viraat Final Days

INS Viraat, the oldest and the longest serving aircraft carrier in the world, is set to leave Kochi by month-end, for retirement from her 28-year-long service in the Indian Navy. Viraat has completed its final essential repairs and dry-docking at Cochin Shipyard Limited. The vessel’s journey from Mumbai to Kochi was its last sail under … Read more INS Viraat set for final ‘sail’ this month

Don’t worry Mr PM we are ready says Indian Army

Don’t worry Mr. Prime Minister, we are prepared and can hit them. This is the line that the India army has taken following the Uri attack in which 18 soldiers were martyred by four terrorists from the terrorist state of Pakistan. The Indian army has made two presentations to the government in which ways of … Read more Don’t worry Mr PM we are ready says Indian Army

5 diplomats, 5 hours: Story behind India’s reply to Sharif

Five Indian diplomats worked for five hours and 15 minutes in New York’s Permanent Mission to the UN office, off the 43rd street in Manhattan, before they crafted India’s sharp response to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s speech at the UN General Assembly, sources have told The Sunday Express. And the decision to field 2005-batch … Read more 5 diplomats, 5 hours: Story behind India’s reply to Sharif

Britain worried over growing tension between India and Pakistan

Britain has expressed serious concern over the growing tension between India and Pakistan in the wake of Uri terror attack, asking both nuclear powers to ease it off. “Britain wants easing of tension between Pakistan and India as it is concerned over the current situation (in the wake of Uri attack),” British High Commissioner in … Read more Britain worried over growing tension between India and Pakistan

PM Modi likens anger to 1965, reposes faith in Army

Likening the anger in the country over Uri attack to that witnessed in the 1965 war, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday maintained that those responsible for the terror strike will surely be punished as he asserted that the army does not speak but displays bravery. He also sent out a message to the people … Read more PM Modi likens anger to 1965, reposes faith in Army

2 terror guides for for Jaish-e-Mohammad arrested in Uri by Indian Army

The Indian Army said that it has apprehended two Pakistan nationals in Uri town of Kashmir who were acting as ‘terror guides for Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) outfit’. WHAT HAPPENED Colonel S.D. Goswami, spokesman of Army’s Udhampur headquartered northern command, told IANS in Jammu that security forces had arrested “Two Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) nationals who have … Read more 2 terror guides for for Jaish-e-Mohammad arrested in Uri by Indian Army

Only 60% Indian Air Force Aircraft’s fit to fly: report

India’s armed forces look good on paper. However, much of its weaponry is, in fact, outdated or ill maintained, reported The Economist. “Our air defence is in a shocking state”, the report quoted Ajai Shukla, a commentator on military affairs, as saying. He said, “What’s in place is mostly 1970s vintage, and it may take … Read more Only 60% Indian Air Force Aircraft’s fit to fly: report

Rafale to give Indian Air Force combat edge over Pakistan’s F-16s

It’s finally jet, set and go for the IAF after an agonising wait of 16 years since it first demanded new multi-role fighters. India and France on Friday inked a 7.87 billion euro deal for 36 Rafale fighters, which with their state of the art 150-km range Meteor air-to-air missiles will have a clear combat … Read more Rafale to give Indian Air Force combat edge over Pakistan’s F-16s

Pakistan prepares operational plan, selects targets in India

Pakistan’s armed forces have reportedly selected targets in India in case the latter decides to move first with strikes against the country. In a Geo TV report, it is stated that an operational plan has also been prepared by the military establishment to retaliate against any possible offensive from across the border. Quoting sources placed … Read more Pakistan prepares operational plan, selects targets in India

Pakistani Defence Minister Shows India It’s Ready For War, Shows Pictures of Korean Jets Instead

Following the dastardly terror attack on the army headquarters in Uri on Sunday India had issued a strong warning to Pakistan. While India saying that it will retaliate strongly to a terror attack on its soil is nothing new, this time around many in Pakistan feel that India could take some serious action. Given the … Read more Pakistani Defence Minister Shows India It’s Ready For War, Shows Pictures of Korean Jets Instead

Indian army moves heavy artillery guns to LoC

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday spent his day at a military operation room where he monitored troops’ movement along the Line of Control, BBC Urdu reported. Unnamed defence officials confirmed the movement of heavy artillery along the Line of Control after the last week’s alleged Uri attack that killed over dozen Indian army … Read more Indian army moves heavy artillery guns to LoC

IAF’s UAV crashes near Jaisalmer in Rajasthan

An Indian Air Force (IAF) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) crashed Thursday early morning 6 km from Jaisalmer near Badabaagh. The UAV has developed a technical snag and it lost contact with the ATS. There has been no information of any loss to human and property. According to sources, the UAV was on a regular exercise … Read more IAF’s UAV crashes near Jaisalmer in Rajasthan

Men carrying Heavy Weapons spotted near Naval base in Mumbai

Indian Navy was put on highest alert in Mumbai after two school children claimed that they saw suspicious movement near Uran naval base. The students said that they saw five suspected persons in black uniform wholly covered and carrying long weapons and bags. Police said that two school children claimed that they saw a group of 5-6 men … Read more Men carrying Heavy Weapons spotted near Naval base in Mumbai