Rs 2,000 notes recovered from terrorists killed in Bandipora

The Army on Tuesday recovered Rs 2,000 notes, which have been in circulation for less than a fortnight, from two terrorists killed in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir, news agency ANI reported. Security forces had cordoned off the area early morning after the terrorists who were holed up there opened fire.  A heavy gunbattle ensued … Read more

Pakistan’s Border Action Team kill Three Indian Soldiers and brutally Mutilates One Soldier, Army vows revenge

Three Indian soldiers were killed and body of one of them was mutilated by Pakistan’s Border Action Team near the Line of Control in J&K’s Machil Sector. The Indian Army has vowed revenge, saying “the cowardly incident will be responded to appropriately.”   The Indian soldiers were killed in a cross border firing with Pakistan’s … Read more

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

BSF jawan killed, 5 others injured after Pakistan violates ceasefire in Rajouri, J&K

A BSF head constable lost his life in the early hours of Monday morning after Pakistani Army resorted to heavy cross-border firing in Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday night. Pakistani troops continued firing 120 mm mortar shells at various forward Indian positions and civilian areas along the Line of Control in Rajouri and … Read more

Frontline Fighter including Su-30MKI and Jaguar moved to Forward Areas in Punjab and Rajasthan

Even as Pakistan is flexing its muscles along the Indian border near Punjab, the Indian Air Force is maintaining “high operational tempo” by packing the western front with its lethal combat aircraft. IAF MOVING ASSETS TO BORDER AREAS Several units of the Su-30MKI, Jaguar deep penetration strike aircraft and other front-line planes have been moved … Read more

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

How ISI and Pak Army have been using Barkha Dutt as a GPS service since 2013

Right since Mumbai 26/11 attacks , all anti national presstitutes have been happily tarryhootin around and fidgeting with national security. NDTV and its undisputed champ Barkha Dutt has always grabbed headlines for several affiliations with anti national lobbies, seperatist movements in Jammu & Kashmir and many other things. By compromising the position of those innocent … Read more

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

Pakistan army personnel replacing Rangers as border heat escalates

In what seems to be a sign of escalating tensions, Pakistan army personnel are being increasingly deployed along the 190km international border in Jammu at border outposts and camps usually manned by the Pakistan Rangers. The change in deployment has been noted by the Border Security Force( BSF ) and is seen as a clear … Read more

Sepoy Mandeep Singh’s mutilation avenged? Indian Army killed 40 Pakistani soldiers in Oct 29 strike

Has Indian Army avenged the brutal killing and mutilation of its jawan Mandeep Singh? According to a media report, India retaliated with fire assault after Mandeep Singh’s mutilation and killed at least 40 Pakistani soldiers in a strike conducted on October 29. Pakistan suffered major losses in the Oct 29 strike as maximum damage was … Read more

India set to withdraw 8 officials from Pakistan mission

India on Wednesday decided to withdraw eight officials from the high commission in Islamabad after they were identified in local media reports, amidst growing tension between the two countries after a Pakistani high commission staffer in Delhi was caught in an espionage ring and expelled. Indian diplomats had been “completely compromised” after their names and … Read more

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

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

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 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