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

Was India planning a Covert Military Strike on Pakistan’s Nuclear Reactor?

The Idea of India attacking Pakistani Nuclear Reactor may sound absurd to many but the Fact is India had considered attacking Pakistani nuclear reactor at Kahuta. In his book, India’s Nuclear Policy —1964-98: A Personal Recollection, K Subrahmanyam a prominent international strategic affairs analyst, journalist and former Indian civil servant recollected that India proposed to … Read more Was India planning a Covert Military Strike on Pakistan’s Nuclear Reactor?

India to Deploy Massive Tank Army Along Border With Pakistan

The Indian Army is set to deploy over 460 new T-90SM main battle tanks (MBTs) along India’s border with Pakistan, senior Indian defense officials told IHS Jane’s Defense Weekly on January 19. The new T-90SM MBT (other designations T-90AM or T-90MS) is the latest and most modern version of the T-90 (which in turn is a … Read more India to Deploy Massive Tank Army Along Border With Pakistan

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 chief warns Pakistan

Warning Pakistan but without naming it, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Sunday that India desired peace but will give a befitting reply if peace was disrupted. Speaking at the Army Day function here, he also warned soldiers against using social media for airing their grievances, adding it could result in punishment. The celebration, … Read more Indian Army chief warns Pakistan

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

Pakistan to release Indian army soldier Chandu Chavan

Following government’s attempts to diplomatically pursue the release of Indian army soldier Chandu Babulal Chavan, who who inadvertently strayed across the border last year, on September 29, the same day when the Indian Army conducted surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan, Pakistan millitary authorities have, today, declared to release the Indian … Read more Pakistan to release Indian army soldier Chandu Chavan

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

Pakistan tests Babur III Sea-Launched Nuclear-Capable Missile: How should India interpret this latest move?

In a major development on Monday, the Pakistan military confirmed that it had successfully tested a sea-launched nuclear-capable cruise missile (SLCM), the Babur III. In a public statement, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) department noted that the Babur III SLCM has a range of 450 kilometres and “will provide Pakistan with a Credible Second Strike … Read more Pakistan tests Babur III Sea-Launched Nuclear-Capable Missile: How should India interpret this latest move?

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

Three killed in terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir

Three employees of the General Reserve Engineering Force (GREF) have been killed in a terror attack in Khour area of Jammu and Kashmir’s Akhnoor sector. The area has been cordoned off and Akhnoor bridge has been shut. No vehicle movement being allowed on this bridge. Terrorists attacked a GREF camp in Batal village near the … Read more Three killed in terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir

Frontline Indian Air Force base in West Bengal likely to be one of the bases for a Rafale squadron

Frontline Indian Air Force base in Hasimara in West Bengal is likely to be one of the bases for a Rafale squadron, informed sources said on Friday. The first squadron is likely to be based at the Sarsawa base in Uttar Pradesh. One more base for the third squadron remains to be identified. Each of … Read more Frontline Indian Air Force base in West Bengal likely to be one of the bases for a Rafale squadron

Chinese Nuclear Submarine At Karachi Could Have Spied On India’s Warships

Hours after it was reported that a Chinese nuclear submarine had been placed, through a satellite image, at Karachi last year, top sources in the Indian navy said that the submarine is from the most advanced and latest class built by China. The Type 093 Shang submarine, docked at the Karachi harbor, is likely being … Read more Chinese Nuclear Submarine At Karachi Could Have Spied On India’s Warships

Indian Air force gets another forward landing ground in Arunachal

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Wednesday inaugurated the Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) at Tuting in the state’s Upper Siang District for Indian Air Force’s operations, an official said. The event took place in the presence of Air Marshal C. Hari Kumar, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Air Command (EAC) and Air Vice Marshal Manavendra … Read more Indian Air force gets another forward landing ground in Arunachal

Indian Air Force Chief Arup Raha brushes aside Chinese reaction to Agni-V launch

Brushing aside Chinese reaction on the test firing of long-range nuclear capable missile Agni-V, IAF chief Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha on Wednesday said India should carry on with its task of building deterrence capability. In an apparent swipe at China, he said one should not talk about someone else doing something unless it is … Read more Indian Air Force Chief Arup Raha brushes aside Chinese reaction to Agni-V launch

Indian Air Force more prepared after first setback at Pathankot terror attack, says Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha

Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, on Wednesday said the Pathankot terror attack earlier in January this year was the first setback, adding that they are now better prepared having learnt lessons from the same. “Pathankot was the first setback. We have learnt lessons and are better prepared now. The second setback … Read more Indian Air Force more prepared after first setback at Pathankot terror attack, says Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha

Indian Air Force To Double Garud Commando Force Units

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has decided to double the number of commandos and induct 50 plus units consisting of 40 men each in the force. The Indian Air Force will also provide new weapons and sensors for additional training. This decision by the IAF comes in the wake of several terror attacks on Army … Read more Indian Air Force To Double Garud Commando Force Units

Indian Army should attack posts of Pakistan Army: Defence Expert

With reports of ceasefire violations across the Line of Control (LoC) claiming the lives of Indian citizens showing no signs of abating, defence expert Major General (retired) S.R. Sinho has called on the Indian Army to attack the posts of its Pakistani counterpart, saying Islamabad will not learn unless there is an increase in the … Read more Indian Army should attack posts of Pakistan Army: Defence Expert

Indian Army Will Soon Have NBC Protection Suits To Counter Pakistan’s Tactical Nuclear Weapon

Keeping an eye on Pakistan’s nuclear tipped non-strategic battle-field missile, India will soon acquire 1500 advanced Nuclear Biological and Chemical (NBC) protection suits for its Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC). An APC – carrying about 10 fully armed soldiers- is an offensive platform. It is used to carry troops in and to the battlefront. India has … Read more Indian Army Will Soon Have NBC Protection Suits To Counter Pakistan’s Tactical Nuclear Weapon