The Indian Air Force must prepare for Chinese fighters in Tibet

News reports have appeared in the Indian media about the presence of the Chinese J-20 stealth fighter at Daocheng Yading in Tibet, the highest civilian airport in the world. One article features a photograph of a J-20 on a rain-swept tarmac, with the aircraft draped in a camouflage net – in a desert camouflage pattern! … Read more The Indian Air Force must prepare for Chinese fighters in Tibet

1.3 million pellets used on protesters from July 8 till August 11 : CRPF

Pellet Firing Gun Pics

As the demands for banning pellet guns are increasing, the police authorities in Jammu and Kashmir are pushing for FN Herstal 303 riot guns for crowd control. The pellet guns caused hundreds of eye injuries and several deaths since July 8 when mass protests erupted in the Kashmir Valley after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen … Read more 1.3 million pellets used on protesters from July 8 till August 11 : CRPF

CRPF Camps in Kashmir facing Attacks and Intrusion on Regular Basis

There have been attempts at intrusion into more than one-third of the camps of the Central Reserve Police Force in the Kashmir Valley in the past 50 days, a senior Home Ministry official said on Wednesday. The CRPF has been redeployed in at least 40 locations in Kashmir, including Srinagar, from where the force was … Read more CRPF Camps in Kashmir facing Attacks and Intrusion on Regular Basis

‘Alternative’ to pellets already in use, says CRPF affidavit

Kashmir Unrest

AVA shells (Pelargonic Acid Vanillylamide), which are reportedly being considered as a replacement to pellet guns, have been used in the ongoing unrest in the Valley, an affidavit filed by CRPF in Jammu and Kashmir High Court has said. The expert committee constituted by Home Minister Rajnath Singh to find an alternative for pellet guns … Read more ‘Alternative’ to pellets already in use, says CRPF affidavit

In Last four Years, Indian Army has Lost 256 Men in Various Operations

Army Has lost 256 men in last four years

Living up to their motto ‘Service Before Self’, in last four years, Indian army lost 256 Bravehearts, who made the supreme sacrifice during various counterinsurgency operations and offensive tactical mission. The maximum casualty of 85 men was reported in the year 2015. According to the army, maximum causality was reported from 6 Dogra regiment in … Read more In Last four Years, Indian Army has Lost 256 Men in Various Operations

Kashmiri people will not surrender before India even if it sends its whole Army says Ali Gilani

ali-gilani

The Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, in Indian held Kashmir, has said that the Kashmiri people will not surrender before India even if it sends its whole army to suppress their ongoing freedom movement. Syed Ali Gilani was addressing over the  phone from Srinagar huge pro-freedom rallies at Verinag in Islamabad … Read more Kashmiri people will not surrender before India even if it sends its whole Army says Ali Gilani

BSF sets up Camps in Schools in Kashmir as Kashmir Unrest Continues

BSF in Kashmir

Border Security Force (BSF), which was deployed in Srinagar on Monday after a gap of 12 years, on Tuesday, occupied several school buildings in Srinagar to set up their camps. The force occupied buildings of government and semi-government schools like SP Higher Secondary at MA Road near Lal Chowk and DAVP School at Jawahar Nagar, they said. … Read more BSF sets up Camps in Schools in Kashmir as Kashmir Unrest Continues

Was the Recent Indian Army Raid in Myanmar True or Just Hoax ?

Indian Army Encounter in Myanmar

A day after news broke that it had entered Myanmar and raided Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland(K) camps there, the Indian Army has denied any such operation. This despite media reports quoting “top government sources” and the NSCN(K) that such an encounter did take place, and soldiers crossed the border into the Myanmar jungles to … Read more Was the Recent Indian Army Raid in Myanmar True or Just Hoax ?

Story of an Indian Pilot who destroyed Chuck Yeager’s ( the first Man to break sound barrier ) Aircraft

Pakistan in 1971 encompassed both the present-day country and the more populous East Pakistan, now Bangladesh. The country’s two wings were separated by a thousand miles of Indian territory and a massive cultural barrier. From its inception, Pakistan had been ruled by the politicians and soldiers of the West Wing, whose view of their Eastern … Read more Story of an Indian Pilot who destroyed Chuck Yeager’s ( the first Man to break sound barrier ) Aircraft

What an Indian Army soldier goes through in Kashmir…..A Must Watch

Indian Army struggling in kashmir

At a time when Kashmir continues to simmer over Hizbul Mujahidden commander Burhan Wani’s killing, Major General (retired) GD Bakshi gives an insight of the difficulties faced by an Indian Army soldier, while his posting in the Valley. The decorated Army officer lambasted the violent mobs in Kashmir saying, they are hell bent upon killing … Read more What an Indian Army soldier goes through in Kashmir…..A Must Watch

Over 20,000 attend Hizbul commander Wani’s burial

Kashmir

More than 20,000 people on Saturday attended the burial of top Hizbul commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani in south Kashmir’s Tral town.People from different parts of Pulwama district gathered at Shariefabad (Tral) to attend the burial of Wani, who was killed along with two of his associates in a gunfight with security forces in Bamdoora (Kokernag) … Read more Over 20,000 attend Hizbul commander Wani’s burial

The Story Of Captian Vikram Batra,PVC His Life In Kargil War For The Nation

Vikram Batra

Captain Vikram Batra service number IC 57556 was born on 9th September, 1974 in Kangra valley in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh.  During the Kargil invasion of 1999 by Pakistan, Lt. Batra (at time) was ordered to recapture peak 5140 on June 19, 1999 five weeks after the war began. The Pakistani camp on the peak was … Read more The Story Of Captian Vikram Batra,PVC His Life In Kargil War For The Nation

Late Captain Vikram Batra : Some facts you should know about the Sher Shah of the Indian Army

“I’ll either come back after raising the Indian flag in victory or return wrapped in it, but I will come for sure.” These were the last words of the Sher Shah of the Indian Army, Late Captain Vikram Batra. You must have come across this name when the Kargil war was going on but the … Read more Late Captain Vikram Batra : Some facts you should know about the Sher Shah of the Indian Army

How Russia helped rebuild a newly independent Bangladesh after India created it

Bangladeshi historians pay glowing tributes to the USSR for using its United Nations Security Council veto during the South Asian country’s war of independence in 1971. While the U.S. and its allies ignored a Pakistan-perpetrated genocide that killed three million Bengalis, and tried to pass a Security Council motion against India for starting the war, … Read more How Russia helped rebuild a newly independent Bangladesh after India created it

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 … Read more The First Responders of 26/11 – MARCOS

Operation Cactus – India’s daring operation in Maldives

The central location of the island nation of the Maldives in the western Indian Ocean, appeared to provide an ideal staging post for illicit arms shipments to the PLOTE (People’s Liberation Organisation of Tamil Eelam) in Sri Lanka. It was a difficult period for them, as the LTTE (Liberation Tamil Tigers Eelam) was beginning to … Read more Operation Cactus – India’s daring operation in Maldives