How India’s carefully planned operation on Diwali caught Pakistan napping

After September 29, when the Indian Army took the Pakistan army by surprise through the surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), they went into the assault mode again on Saturday. The Indian Army decimated four outposts of the Pakistan army, along the Line of Control (LoC), opposite the Keran sector in … Read more How India’s carefully planned operation on Diwali caught Pakistan napping

Russia brings super-secret spy sub back into service after 16 years

RUSSIA has released a ballistic missile spying submarine back into service after 16 years, as experts warn the country is assembling a fleet which could topple NATO. The Podmoskovie was commissioned in 1986 and has been modified over the last 20 years to conduct special missions. Podmoskovie was pictured leaving its port in Severodvinsk Russia … Read more Russia brings super-secret spy sub back into service after 16 years

Russia readies itself for ‘huge offensive’ on Aleppo to save Assad say intelligence reports

Russia will undertake a full-scale military attack on the city of Aleppo as Vladimir Putin seeks to exploit a political lull in Washington just before the US election to try to score victory for his ally Bashar al Assad, it has been reported. An intelligence assessment has shown that Moscow’s sole aircraft carrier will enhance … Read more Russia readies itself for ‘huge offensive’ on Aleppo to save Assad say intelligence reports

Russia sending three submarines towards Syria in preparation for major assault on Aleppo

Three Russian submarines armed with cruise missiles have reportedly joined a naval battleforce heading towards Syria. The Royal Navy and Nato have been tracking the two Akula-class submarines and a diesel-powered Kilo-class sub as they travelled to join the fleet of Russian ships headed by the Soviet-era aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov. “The Russians now have … Read more Russia sending three submarines towards Syria in preparation for major assault on Aleppo

Govt offers to buy 200 foreign fighter jets if they are Made in India

India is offering to buy hundreds of fighter planes from foreign manufacturers – as long as the jets are made in India and with a local partner, Indian Air Force(IAF) officials say. A deal for 200 single-engine planes produced in India – which the Air Force says could rise to 300 as it fully phases … Read more Govt offers to buy 200 foreign fighter jets if they are Made in India

Indian Air Force daredevils to take over city skies

Locals will get a chance to witness the daredevilry of Indian Air Force (IAF) teams, as they take over city skies with their aerobatic display on Novemner 2, on IAF’s 84th anniversary.   Internationally renowned for their skill and dedication, the 14-member IAF skydiving team, Akash ganga, would also be performing at the event, which … Read more Indian Air Force daredevils to take over city skies

Army destroys 4 Pakistani posts in massive assault, inflicts heavy casualties

A day after an Indian soldier’s body was mutilated by Pakistan-based terrorists along the Line of Control (LoC), the Army on Saturday launched retaliatory fire assaults at Pakistan Army positions, inflicting massive damage across the border. The Army said at least four Pakistan Army posts were destroyed “in a massive fire assault” in the Keran … Read more Army destroys 4 Pakistani posts in massive assault, inflicts heavy casualties

As it Happens: Encounter Underway In Kupwara, Says Indian Army

An encounter broke out between militants and security forces in forest area of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir today, army said here. Security forces launched an anti-militancy operation in the forest area of Kupwara this morning following information about the presence of militants in the area, an army official said. He said some gunshots … Read more As it Happens: Encounter Underway In Kupwara, Says Indian Army

Indian Army Recruitment to begin from 30 Oct, Apply for Officer & Havildar Posts

Indian Army is going to start recruitment process for Officer and Havildar (Education) posts. Army job aspirants can submit their applications for the suitable posts at official portal (joinindianarmy.nic.in). Indian Army has officially announced of its forthcoming recruitment process for Officer entries and Havildar (education) posts. Online applications for Havildar (Education) in Army Educational Corps … Read more Indian Army Recruitment to begin from 30 Oct, Apply for Officer & Havildar Posts

Indian High Commission official Surjeet Singh leaves Pakistan for home

Indian High Commission official, Surjeet Singh, who was declared persona non grata by Pakistan in a retaliatory action two days ago, left the country with his family on Saturday, a media report said. Surjeet Singh was declared persona non grata on October 27 and told to leave Pakistan in 48 hours by the Foreign Office, … Read more Indian High Commission official Surjeet Singh leaves Pakistan for home

Month after surgical strikes: Appraisal of India’s new strategy of dealing with Pakistan

Exactly a month ago, Indian special forces crossed the Line of Control (LoC) to prevent imminent infiltration of Pakistan-sponsored terrorists into Indian territory. While this was certainly not the first time such an action was undertaken, the government’s decision to publicise this attack and, therefore, signal to Pakistan that it no longer buys the logic … Read more Month after surgical strikes: Appraisal of India’s new strategy of dealing with Pakistan

Pakistan summons India’s Deputy HC over ‘ceasefire violations’

For the third time this week, Pakistan on Friday summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner and lodged a strong protest over alleged “unprovoked firing” by Indian forces along the Working Boundary and LoC. “(Pakistan) strongly condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations on October 27 by the Indian Forces at the Working Boundary in Shakargarh sector and … Read more Pakistan summons India’s Deputy HC over ‘ceasefire violations’

Dalai Lama visit: Modi govt needles China, shows India is ready to play hardball

The cacophony of India’s rambunctious democracy and a terrible Pakistan fixation have largely drowned the fact that New Delhi, of late, has been engaged in a quieter, yet more intriguing and potentially deadlier game of one-upmanship with China. The latest being India’s decision to allow Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh. China has reacted strongly … Read more Dalai Lama visit: Modi govt needles China, shows India is ready to play hardball

Pakistan’s industry body says it may suspend trade with India

Pakistan’s main industry body is reviewing trade ties with India and said it has “no compulsions of any sort to continue business and trade relations with India under the current hostile conditions”, Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper reported today. That’s unlikely to affect India in any way, as Indian trade body Assocham said last month that out … Read more Pakistan’s industry body says it may suspend trade with India

Indian Army pays tribute to martyr Sandeep Singh Rawat

Rich tributes were paid by the Army today to its valiant soldier Rifleman Sandeep Singh Rawat who attained martyrdom at a young age of 21 while successfully foiling an infiltration bid in Kupwara sector. The braveheart was part of a team that had yesterday intercepted and engaged a group of infiltrating terrorists along the LC … Read more Indian Army pays tribute to martyr Sandeep Singh Rawat

Indian soldier beheaded near LoC by Terrorists

An Indian soldier was beheaded by “terrorists” who sneaked across the Line of Control aided by covering fire from the Pakistani army, Indian Army sources said tonight. The slain soldier was identified as Rifleman Manjeet Singh of the 17 Sikh Light Infantry. The attack took place at the Macchil sector in Kashmir’s Kupwara on Friday … Read more Indian soldier beheaded near LoC by Terrorists

15 Pakistani Rangers killed in retaliatory firing along International Border

The BSF on Friday said it had killed 15 Pakistani paramilitary personnel while retaliating to cross-border shelling and firing+ in which two Indian civilians were killed and two injured in Jammu region. Firing mortar shells+ and using automatic weapons, Pakistani troops targeted civilian areas and forward security posts along the International Border and Line of … Read more 15 Pakistani Rangers killed in retaliatory firing along International Border

Air force Officer commits suicide with Service Pistol in Sirsa

An Indian Air Force (IAF) officer committed suicide by shooting himself with his service revolver here on Wednesday. The officer, identified as Rakesh Kumar Tiwari, was the security in-charge at the IAF Sirsa station. He had moved from Delhi to Sirsa six months ago. Tiwari was found dead in a Gypsy with his service weapon … Read more Air force Officer commits suicide with Service Pistol in Sirsa

Indian Army To Induct Excalibur Assault Rifles till the time a new rifle joins the force.

Faced with a huge delay in acquiring world-class rifles for its soldiers, the Army is now reluctantly planning to induct the indigenously developed Excalibur, an assault rifle it had initially rejected, though in limited numbers. The fully automatic rifle, which fires 5.56mm ammunition built by the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB), is an upgraded version of … Read more Indian Army To Induct Excalibur Assault Rifles till the time a new rifle joins the force.

Ecuadorian Air Force puts up its three HAL Dhruv Helicopters for sale

The Ecuadorian Air Force has put up its three Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Dhruv helicopters for sale, which it had acquired in 2009 for its utility transport needs . The announcement was made by the country’s Minister of Defence Ricardo Patiño last week on Thursday. Seven of the light utility twin-engine helicopters were purchased new … Read more Ecuadorian Air Force puts up its three HAL Dhruv Helicopters for sale