Ground Threat for Indian Air Force Stations

The states of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh have a num ber of strategically important and operational Indian Air Force (IAF) airfields but construction activities around many of them have reached close to their boundary walls. Unmindful of the threat to such vital defence installations, a number of people have even been fighting legal battles to … Read more Ground Threat for Indian Air Force Stations

Army carries out Heliborne exercise with latest helicopters in Rajasthan deserts

In a significant show of strength and joint manship, troops of strike formation of Indian Army carried out a two days long Special Heliborne exercise in the deserts of Rajasthan. According to an Army press release, the release said that the exercise was aimed at fine tuning operational and logistics aspects of Heliborne operations. A … Read more Army carries out Heliborne exercise with latest helicopters in Rajasthan deserts

Indian Army destroyed Pak posts across LoC using artillery guns

Indian Army had used artillery guns to destroy four Pakistani posts in a massive assault across the Line of Control (LoC) in Keran sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district last month, government sources said on Friday. This is the first time the government sources have confirmed that artillary fire was indeed used by the Army … Read more Indian Army destroyed Pak posts across LoC using artillery guns

This is the News that brought one day ban on NDTV!

This is the news that brought one day ban on NDTV. watch and decide whether NDTV should be Ban for a day or forever? This video clearly shows NDTV compromising national security, precious life of our soldiers, and important national security assets. We are sure this news is not just for TRP or competing with … Read more This is the News that brought one day ban on NDTV!

Pathankot Attack: NDTV Channel to be taken off Air for a Day due to the Reveling Sensitive Information during the Attacks

An inter-ministerial committee of the information and broadcast ministry has recommended that NDTV a leading Hindi news channel be taken off air for a day after it concluded that the broadcaster had revealed “strategically-sensitive” details while covering the Pathankot terrorist attack. The ministry may now ask the channel to be taken off air for a … Read more Pathankot Attack: NDTV Channel to be taken off Air for a Day due to the Reveling Sensitive Information during the Attacks

‘Used to hear about Israeli Army’s feats, now Indian Army is no less,’ PM Narendra Modi says

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday again took the opportunity to refer to the surgical strikes in Pakistan and said India’s army, “which everyone is talking about”, is now as good as the vaunted Israeli army. “Everyone is talking about our Army, we used to hear about similar feats of Israel. But now everyone knows the … Read more ‘Used to hear about Israeli Army’s feats, now Indian Army is no less,’ PM Narendra Modi says

Uri terror attack: Militants scaled LoC fence using a ladder, say sources

The four militants, who killed 19 soldiers in a terror strike on an army camp in Uri last month, had used a ladder to scale the electrified fence at the Line of Control (LoC). Investigation carried out by the army to identify the infiltration route of the four terrorists concluded that a ladder was used … Read more Uri terror attack: Militants scaled LoC fence using a ladder, say sources

Help This Jawan Find an Eye Donor this Diwali

Post Burhan Wani’s death, the unrest in Kashmir has killed around 90 civilians and injured several. On the other side, close to 3,000 CRPF jawans were injured in stone-pelting incidents in different parts of Kashmir over the past 3 months. The security forces feel their hands are tied because they have been given strict instructions … Read more Help This Jawan Find an Eye Donor this Diwali

Internal documents reveal 30% of CRPF Personnels in J&K can’t shoot straight

The widespread neglect of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has led to some shocking findings. Exclusive documents show that the men assigned to carry out anti-terrorist operations in Jammu and Kashmir are not up to the mark – literally. Around 30% of the CRPF personnel stationed in J&K regularly fail to hit their target … Read more Internal documents reveal 30% of CRPF Personnels in J&K can’t shoot straight

Indian Army tells political parties: Surgical strikes could be repeated if needed in future

The Army on Friday told the political parties that the surgical strikes could be repeated if the ground situation warranted such a course of action. This was conveyed during a briefing to the defence standing committee. In the light of the political row over “evidence” for the surgical strikes, it was significant that the events … Read more Indian Army tells political parties: Surgical strikes could be repeated if needed in future

Pakistan accepts capturing Indian Army Jawan Chandu Chavan

Pakistan on Thursday acknowledged the capturing of Indian Army Jawan Chandu Chavan, news agency ANI reported quoting sources. Chavan, 22, who was planning to get married around Diwali, was captured by Pakistani forces after he accidentally crossed the Line of Control (LoC), while Indian Army conducted surgical strikes along LoC. Earlier, Pakistan army had denied … Read more Pakistan accepts capturing Indian Army Jawan Chandu Chavan

Show courage and open a path against India, let us loose: Jaish-e-Muhammad chief to Pakistan govt

Jaish-e-Muhammad chief Masood Azhar has called for jihadist groups to be allowed to escalate their operations against India, arguing that “a lack of decisive decision-making” could rob Pakistan of a “historic opportunity” to seize Kashmir. His appeal, published in the current issue of the Jaish weekly magazine al-Qalam, comes amidst reports of strains between Pakistan’s civilian … Read more Show courage and open a path against India, let us loose: Jaish-e-Muhammad chief to Pakistan govt

Pampore Encounter Ends After Nearly 60 Hours, 2 Terrorists Killed

A gun-battle with two terrorists who barged into a government building in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pampore ended today after nearly 60 hours. Both terrorists were killed. They were from the Lashkar-e-Taiba, said the army. One terrorist was killed yesterday and another was shot dead today at the seven-story Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) building in the … Read more Pampore Encounter Ends After Nearly 60 Hours, 2 Terrorists Killed

Pampore Attack: Two terrorists killed, Security Forces enter the Building to Search for Third Terrorist

After a gun-battle of over 50 hours with terrorists who barged into a government institute in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pampore on Monday, the army today said two of the terrorists are dead and forces have entered the seven-storey building in the town around 15 km from Srinagar. One terrorist was killed yesterday and another was … Read more Pampore Attack: Two terrorists killed, Security Forces enter the Building to Search for Third Terrorist

Indian Air Force Launches a New Video “A Cut Above” Encouraging Youths to Join IAF

To mark the occasion of its 84th anniversary, Indian Air Force, has launched a campaign, ‘A Cut Above’ that tries to bring forth the glory and bravado associated in the life of the Indian Air Force. The ad has been conceptualized and executed by Grey Group India. “The Indian Air Force is not an average … Read more Indian Air Force Launches a New Video “A Cut Above” Encouraging Youths to Join IAF

Army was set to cross LoC during Kargil War but ex PM Vajpayee didn’t agree

Extending “full support” to Indian Army’s surgical strikes along the LoC, General (retd.) V P Malik, who was the Army chief during the Kargil episode, on Monday said the Indian forces were all set to enter the Pakistan-occupied territory in 1999, but they were stopped by the then PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee following international pressure. … Read more Army was set to cross LoC during Kargil War but ex PM Vajpayee didn’t agree

Border outposts in India on alert after Pak raise Red Flags showing they can open fire on any unusual movement

“Beware! Move inside trenches. They (Pak army) have hoisted red flags on their posts to indicate hostilities and a sort of warning that they can open fire on any unusual movement”, an Indian army officer tells scribes at the forward post here on Monday. Last Wednesday, Pak army had opened automatics weapons’ fire and shot … Read more Border outposts in India on alert after Pak raise Red Flags showing they can open fire on any unusual movement

Jaish-e-Muhammed could target Indian Parliament to avenge Surgical Strikes: Report

Furious after Indian Army’s surgical strikes across the LoC, Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) is reportedly planning a “spectacular attack” in India and may even target the Parliament again. According to a report in TOI, India’s surgical strikes have shaken Pakistan’s ISI to the extent that it has asked JeM to avenge the strikes. The paper reported that … Read more Jaish-e-Muhammed could target Indian Parliament to avenge Surgical Strikes: Report

Will breach LoC to hunt terrorists, India tells Pakistan

The Line of Control (LoC) will no longer be sacrosanct for India if Pakistan continues to export terrorists. This was indicated by India to Pakistan after the September 29 surgical strikes which took Indian troops into Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK) to strike against terrorist launch pads , top-level sources in the government said. India’s current stand is different from … Read more Will breach LoC to hunt terrorists, India tells Pakistan

India to review MFN status to Pakistan: ‘Terror can’t be the commodity exported’

INDIA Thursday said it would review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status it granted to Pakistan based on security and trade interests, asserting that terror cannot be the commodity exported. Ministry of External Affairs’ official spokesperson Vikas Swarup also said the speech by Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif hailing Hizbul militant Burhan Wani shows Pakistan’s … Read more India to review MFN status to Pakistan: ‘Terror can’t be the commodity exported’