Terrorists used silencer-fitted weapon in Nagrota attack on Indian Army camp

In a first, terrorists, who infiltrated the Indian Army camp at Nagrota in the Jammu district of Jammu and Kashmir last month, used weapons fitted with a silencer. The infiltrators chose to gain entry from the rear side as thick vegetation of elephant grass provided cover. Sources told PTI that night illuminators were fired to … Read more Terrorists used silencer-fitted weapon in Nagrota attack on Indian Army camp

An Indian Army’s Major General who also played a vital role in SURGICAL STRIKE may soon face Court Martial for “FORCEFULLY KISSING” a Female Officer

An Army Major General who was due for promotion to the rank of lieutenant general after his role in the Myanmar operations, could soon face the court martial for allegedly molesting a captain and ‘forcibly kissing her’ while discussing official work at home late one evening. The case comes as a rude reality check for … Read more An Indian Army’s Major General who also played a vital role in SURGICAL STRIKE may soon face Court Martial for “FORCEFULLY KISSING” a Female Officer

Defence Ministry comes up with Strict Rules & Policies for making Films, TV serials and documentary on Indian Army

With over 120 requests in two years for making films and documentary on the Indian Army, the ministry of defence has come up with a policy with strict rules. In the absence of a dedicated policy that allows films or documentaries on army, several instances of arbitrary approvals came to light. In one occasion, a … Read more Defence Ministry comes up with Strict Rules & Policies for making Films, TV serials and documentary on Indian Army

On This Day Indian Navy Destroyed Karachi Harbour In 1971 War. Here’s The Story Behind Navy Day

Indian Navy is one of most potent maritime forces in the world and certainly most lethal in Indian Ocean. But this reputation hasn’t been forged in a year or two, it has taken over seventy decades to make Indian Navy, a force that strikes fear in  the heart of the enemies. Today is Navy Day, … Read more On This Day Indian Navy Destroyed Karachi Harbour In 1971 War. Here’s The Story Behind Navy Day

Nagrota terror attack: 7 Army personnel martyred; 16 rescued in hostage-like situation

Seven Indian Army soldiers including two officers were killed when terrorists stormed an artillery unit in Nagrota in Jammu early this morning. The terrorists also took hostages. Bodies of three terrorists killed in the counter attack have been recovered so far. The terrorists were disguised as policemen. They fired at sentries and forced into the … Read more Nagrota terror attack: 7 Army personnel martyred; 16 rescued in hostage-like situation

Pakistan’s UN Representative Replies To Captured Indian Rashtriya Rifle Soldier’s Brother who accidentally crossed the LoC during the Surgical Strike

Amid rising tension between India and Pakistan, here is a story of a brother, who is currently serving the Indian army, trying to get back his brother from Pakistan. Chandu Chavan, a soldier with the Rashtriya Rifles in Kashmir, had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control on September 29. Since then, his brother Bhushan Chavan … Read more Pakistan’s UN Representative Replies To Captured Indian Rashtriya Rifle Soldier’s Brother who accidentally crossed the LoC during the Surgical Strike

Two Soldiers killed in militant attack on Army camp in Nagrota near Jammu

Two soldiers have been reportedly killed and two others injured in a terror attack on an army artillery unit in Nagrota in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday morning. Firing is still on between the army and the terrorists. The terrorists threw grenades at the camp in Nagrota, around 20 km from Jammu and on the … Read more Two Soldiers killed in militant attack on Army camp in Nagrota near Jammu

India to restore grounded aircraft in Afghanistan

After supplying four attack helicopters to Afghanistan, India is quietly moving to qualitatively scale up military assistance in terms of long-term spares and support. This involves a trilateral framework with Russia, officials confirmed to The Hindu who said it is likely to be discussed by Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and Prime Minister Narendra Modi when … Read more India to restore grounded aircraft in Afghanistan

The First Responders of 26/11 – MARCOS

Eight years ago, ten heavily armed terrorists from the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) nearly set India and Pakistan on the brink of war. Using a stealthy, seaborne insertion tactic pioneered by Palestinian terrorists decades ago, the military-style assault on Mumbai achieved its initial objective: complete surprise. It was the world’s first hybrid terrorist attack — a deadly witches’ brew of … Read more The First Responders of 26/11 – MARCOS

The Unsung Hero of Operation Black Tornado,NSG Commando Havaldar Gajender Singh

Havaldar Gajender Singh (born 1972) was an NSG commando who died during the 2008 Mumbai attacks. His act of bravery was honoured with the Ashoka Chakra award by the President of India on 26 January 2009, India’s republic day. Hailing from Ganeshpur in Uttarakhand, young Gajender Singh studied at the Janata Inter College in Naya Gaon. … Read more The Unsung Hero of Operation Black Tornado,NSG Commando Havaldar Gajender Singh

What happened on 26/11?: 10 key points

On November 26, 2008, Mumbai fell victim to one of the worst terrorist attacks in Indian history. Its perpetrators, members of the terrorist group Lashkar-Taiba, terrorized Maximum City for three days, targeting some of its most best-known locations and killing up to 166 people. On the eighth anniversary of the attacks, here’s a short guide … Read more What happened on 26/11?: 10 key points

Army seeks relaxation on cash deposit deadlines for jawans

The Army is planning to request the government to allow its soldiers deployed in remote areas to deposit and exchange Rs 500 and Rs1,000 currency notes at banks beyond the December 31 deadline as part of the demonetisation drive of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A large number of soldiers from the Army are deployed in … Read more Army seeks relaxation on cash deposit deadlines for jawans

How India improved its naval and air strike capabilities post 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks

  The 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks was a sure enough wake up call for the intelligence and security forces of our nation as our maritime borders had never witnessed an attack of such a scale and dimension launched through the sea route on a major metropolitan city. There was a need for a complete overhaul … Read more How India improved its naval and air strike capabilities post 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks

Indian Navy to induct 60 more ships in coming years to secure coast

The Indian Navy, to strengthen the coastal security of the nation, is planning to induct 60 ships of various sizes and the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is planning to induct 80 more vessels of various sizes in the coming years, revealed sources. According to official sources, the Navy currently has 140 ships of various sizes … Read more Indian Navy to induct 60 more ships in coming years to secure coast

After India’s retaliation for Killing three Indian Soldiers, an alarmed Pakistan moves UN

Asks the world body to act before the situation along the LoC snowballs into a “full-fledged crisis.” Alarmed by the escalation of tension with India along the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan on Thursday asked the United Nations to act before the situation snowballed into a “full-fledged crisis.” This follows India’s strong retaliation a day … Read more After India’s retaliation for Killing three Indian Soldiers, an alarmed Pakistan moves UN

On India’s claim over PoK, Former J&K CM Farooq Abdullah asks: ‘Kya yeh tumhare baap ka hai?’

In a controversial statement, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah on Friday taunted the government saying Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is not a personal property to be inherited. He questioned India’s claim on PoK and said that it isn’t its paternal property. “Kya yeh tumare baap ka hai (Is this your fathers’ property),” Abdullah … Read more On India’s claim over PoK, Former J&K CM Farooq Abdullah asks: ‘Kya yeh tumhare baap ka hai?’

Pakistan to retaliate if India sends submarine again: Naval chief

Pakistan naval chief Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah on Thursday termed as “unusual” the alleged effort by an Indian submarine to enter into its territorial waters and warned of retaliation if such effort was made again. “If India does something like this again, Pakistan Navy will respond to protect our sovereignty,” he said, speaking on the sidelines … Read more Pakistan to retaliate if India sends submarine again: Naval chief

Indian Army eager to teach a lesson to enemy, waiting for permission: Parrikar

The Army is eager to teach a lesson to enemy of the country and it is just waiting for permission from the government, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in Panaji on Sunday. “The morale of the Army has gone up. Army wants to teach lesson to our enemy. They are just waiting for permission from … Read more Indian Army eager to teach a lesson to enemy, waiting for permission: Parrikar

Woman Commandos to be deployed for the first time by CRPF to undertaker Anti-Naxal operations

For the first time, CRPF has deployed a team of women commandos in anti-Naxal operations in Jharkhand. The 135 women belonging to the 232 battalion’s Delta company are currently undertaking operations under the close supervision of CRPF’s 133 battalion in Naxal-infested forests on the outskirts of Ranchi near Khoonti area. Sanjay A Lathkar, CRPF IG of … Read more Woman Commandos to be deployed for the first time by CRPF to undertaker Anti-Naxal operations

Modi Government decides to take help of Indian Air Force (IAF) to transport the newly-minted cash to the banks

Stepping up its efforts to augment currency notes supplies to bring relief to cash-starved citizens of the country, PM Narendra Modi government has decided to take the help of Indian Air Force (IAF) to transport the newly-minted cash to the banks, according to a report. Indications were there as the Finance Ministry today said there … Read more Modi Government decides to take help of Indian Air Force (IAF) to transport the newly-minted cash to the banks