India-China Standoff: What happened in Galwan Valley

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On Monday night, 15th June 2020, A violent clash happened between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Glawan valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir. The incident led to the death of 20 Indian Army Personnel including the CO of 16 Bihar Regiment Colonel Santosh Babu. Chinese are expected to have suffered 45 casualties however Chinese have made … Read more India-China Standoff: What happened in Galwan Valley

Story of Major Manoj Talwar: Hero of the Kargil War who gave it all

Major Manoj Talwar

“I will return only after teaching a lesson to the enemy” were the last words Major Manoj Talwar said to his mother on June 1, 1999, before leaving for Siachin during the Kargil War. The Kargil War which was fought between Pakistani soldiers disguised as Non-state Intruders and Indian Armed Forces was the finest example … Read more Story of Major Manoj Talwar: Hero of the Kargil War who gave it all

Why Pakistan Can Never Use Nuclear Weapons against India

Nuclear War India Pakistan

With Tensions between India and Pakistan at an all-time high after Pulwama Attack and further Air Engagements between the two nations, one thing that kept the world on it toes was how the two Nuclear Armed nations will sort out this blunder. While India dealt with the situation logically, Pakistani Ministers and political leaders kept … Read more Why Pakistan Can Never Use Nuclear Weapons against India

26/11: IAF Wanted To Strike Pakistan But Govt Did Not Approve

26/11

It has been 10 years since 26/11 Mumbai Attacks which had claimed lives of 157 People including 2 NSG Commandos. The Terrorists which came from Pakistan Wreaked havoc in Mumbai for 3 Days. The Attacks showed the unpreparedness of our Forces to deal with such Incidents. Even NSG arrived 10 Hrs after the initial assault … Read more 26/11: IAF Wanted To Strike Pakistan But Govt Did Not Approve

Unsung Story of NCC Cadet Sergeant Pratap Singh Who Won Ashok Chakra During 1965 War

NCC Cadets during 1965 War

During Indo Pakistan War of 1965, NCC cadets played a very important role. Every NCC cadet rose to the occasion, they gladly relieved the Police, the Territorial Army and the Defence Services personnel to carry out more vital tasks in the defence of the country. Cadets were engaged in civil defence tasks and they assisted … Read more Unsung Story of NCC Cadet Sergeant Pratap Singh Who Won Ashok Chakra During 1965 War

Here’s How RAW and Indian Special Forces Reply To Every Attack on India with Twice More Powerful Attack on Pakistan

The dawn would have illuminated the pools of blood, as the villagers emerged to count their dead. For all of the night of February 24, 2000, residents of the hamlet of Lanjote had bunkered down, hoping not to be hit by artillery fire arcing across the LoC. The 16 bodies on the streets, though, bore … Read more Here’s How RAW and Indian Special Forces Reply To Every Attack on India with Twice More Powerful Attack on Pakistan

8 Ways to spot a Terrorist in Just One Look

terrorist in Indian Army Uniform

Not one week passes by when we hear of an encounter between Security Forces and terrorists in Jammu & Kashmir. In most cases, We easily neutralise the terrorists before they cause any harm but sometimes they are able to infiltrate our Military bases and wreck havoc.One thing common is that all terrorists who infiltrate from Pakistan wear Indian Army Uniforms. … Read more 8 Ways to spot a Terrorist in Just One Look

Story of Lt. Triveni Singh: A Warrior who fought terrorists till his last breath to secure Jammu Railway Station

Martyrs never die. They become immortal. History records their names in golden letters. Lt. Triveni Singh, Ashok Chakra, is one such martyr. In a rare act of courage, he killed two heavily armed militants at the Jammu railway station on January 02, 2004 and saved hundreds of helpless passengers at the platform before he succumbed … Read more Story of Lt. Triveni Singh: A Warrior who fought terrorists till his last breath to secure Jammu Railway Station

What is it like to be part of Indian Special Forces (PARA, MARCOS, Garud)?

Garud Aero India 2017

Being in Special Forces is an adventure of a lifetime. It means you are better than most of the men your age who are walking the world. Special Forces soldiers are grouped for unconventional warfare, the only unit in the military specifically designed to fight the type of counter-insurgency operations that is the need of … Read more What is it like to be part of Indian Special Forces (PARA, MARCOS, Garud)?

Sepoy Kamal Ram: A Victorian Cross recipient who went Full kamikaze against Germans

Soldiers and army professionals are often less talked about in the Independent India. The mention of those who served in the British rule is fairly diminished. One such brave soldier was Sepoy Kamal Ram, who served the 3rd Battalion during the Second World War. Kamal Ram who was born on December 17, 1924. Born to … Read more Sepoy Kamal Ram: A Victorian Cross recipient who went Full kamikaze against Germans

Weapons used by NSG Commandos or popularly known as Black Cat Commandos

Weapons Used by NSG

National Security Gaurd or NSG is Counter-Terrorism Unit of  India. These units are best of the best when it comes to combat. NSG was formed in 1987 after the assassination of then Indra Gandhi. Since then, NSG has tackled many terrorist attacks including the 2008 Mumbai Attacks. NSG get its most personals mainly from Army … Read more Weapons used by NSG Commandos or popularly known as Black Cat Commandos

Weapons Used By MARCOS

MARCOS Weapons

MARCOS are Special Forces Unit of the Indian Navy. Formed in 1987, MARCOS are one of the most deadliest Special forces unit in the World. MARCOS is short for MARINE COMMANDOS. MARCOS are expert in conducting special operations such as Amphibious warfare, Close Quarter Combat Counter-terrorism, Direct action, Special reconnaissance, Unconventional warfare, Hostage rescue, Personnel recovery, Combat … Read more Weapons Used By MARCOS

Pakistan’s ISI behind Kanpur Train accident: ATS, NIA, RAW reach Bihar to Investigate

The Bihar Police have discovered that two major train accidents near Kanpur that led to the death of 151 passengers and wounded 200 others were orchestrated by Pakistan’s spy agency ISI. Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) team went to Bihar on Wednesday to probe the Kanpur train accident after three people were arrested in connection with the case. “Intelligence … Read more Pakistan’s ISI behind Kanpur Train accident: ATS, NIA, RAW reach Bihar to Investigate

Indian Army has no role in Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights (JKCHR)

Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights (JKCHR) has rejected the claim of Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat that one must make sure the state reverses to what it was before 1989 with everybody there living in harmony, says a press releas. JKCHR President Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani has said that Indian army chief … Read more Indian Army has no role in Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights (JKCHR)

New portable bridge to help ease troop movement for high altitude region

The Indian Army’s troops will soon be able to move faster in high altitude regions, thanks to the Mountain Foot Bridge (MFB) developed by the city’s Research and Development Establishment (Engineers) of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). The bridge made of high-strength aluminium alloys costs below Rs 1 crore. Capable of withstanding conditions prevailing … Read more New portable bridge to help ease troop movement for high altitude region

Here’s Why India Celebrates Indian Army Day on January 15 every Year

Why does Indian army Celebrate Army Day

The Indian Army is the World’s 3rd largest Standing Army with over 1.2 million Men ready to defend our Country and its Citizens from all odds. From Natural Disasters to Tackling Terrorits. Army has our back 24×7. However, Many Citizens are not aware that Indian Army celebrates “Army Day“on January 15 every Year. Do you … Read more Here’s Why India Celebrates Indian Army Day on January 15 every Year

300 terrorists preparing to infiltrate into India; 12 terror hubs in Pak on India’s radar

Intelligence agencies have identified 12 terror launch pads in Pakistan that have been active after the Indian Army’s surgical strikes on such camps in September 2016, according to an intelligence report based on human intelligence and technical surveillance. According to the report, there are close to 300 terrorists at these launch pads, ready to infiltrate … Read more 300 terrorists preparing to infiltrate into India; 12 terror hubs in Pak on India’s radar

Flaws put lives of soldiers at risk, says army report

At a time when military is increasingly coming under attack in Jammu and Kashmir, an army report has pointed out at least 50 gaps — ranging from body armour, night-vision gear to flawed fuel storage — that pose a threat to soldiers’ lives. If the army doesn’t make fuel storage safer at its forward bases, … Read more Flaws put lives of soldiers at risk, says army report

CRPF refuses to reply to RTI query on use of pellet guns

In the wake of death of over 90 people and injuries to over 12,000 from use of pellet guns during the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, the CRPF has refused to give, in response to an RTI query, details of the number of such weapons and ammunition used. The unrest in Jammu and Kashmir was triggered … Read more CRPF refuses to reply to RTI query on use of pellet guns

Discourse in Kashmir shifting from azaadi to ‘primacy of Islam’, says Indian Army

A top Indian Army official said the discourse in Jammu and Kashmir is shifting to “primacy of Islam” over azaadi, adding to complexities in dealing with sectarian faultlines in the border state. “Jammu and Kashmir continues to be a challenge and it’s being dealt with; it’s getting a little more complex as slowly the discourse, as … Read more Discourse in Kashmir shifting from azaadi to ‘primacy of Islam’, says Indian Army