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

Story of Lt. Triveni Singh: A Warrior who fought terrorists till his last breath to secure Jammu Railway Station

Martyrs never die. They become immortal. History records their names in golden letters. Lt. Triveni Singh, Ashok Chakra, is one such martyr. In a rare act of courage, he killed two heavily armed militants at the Jammu railway station on January 02, 2004 and saved hundreds of helpless passengers at the platform before he succumbed … Read more Story of Lt. Triveni Singh: A Warrior who fought terrorists till his last breath to secure Jammu Railway Station

Pathankot terror attack: Jaish-e-Mohammed showed location of airbase to terrorists on Google Maps, planned attack in 2014

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) said in its chargesheet filed on Monday that Jaish-e-Mohammed operative Shahid Latif planned January’s Pathankot airbase attack in April 2014 at a meeting in Pakistan’s Sialkot showing the terrorists the location of the airbase on Google Maps. He thought that it was “easy” to attack the airbase since it is surrounded … Read more Pathankot terror attack: Jaish-e-Mohammed showed location of airbase to terrorists on Google Maps, planned attack in 2014

India has urged China to change stand on Masood Azhar: Govt

Government has urged China to reverse its technical hold on India’s request , which is co-sponsored by several prominent countries, to get Masood Azhar designated as terrorist by the UN , minister of state for external affairs M J Akbar said on Thursday. In a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha , Akbar said China … Read more India has urged China to change stand on Masood Azhar: Govt

Will not accept cross-border terrorism as ‘new normal’ in bilateral ties: India to Pakistan

Sending a strong message to Pakistan on cross-border terrorism, India on Thursday said it will never accept continued cross-border terrorism as the new normal. In a statement to the media, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup said, “Stop cross-border terrorism and then we can talk.” Slamming Pakistan for fomenting terrorism, Swarup said that India … Read more Will not accept cross-border terrorism as ‘new normal’ in bilateral ties: India to Pakistan

Intelligence ignored: Why is Indian army being caught napping time and again?

Once again, militants crossing over from Pakistan targeted a military camp – this time in Nagrota, a cantonment 15 km north of Jammu city, killing two officers and five soldiers, just two months after the deadly attack on a military camp in Uri. The spate of successful attacks and high military losses raise several disturbing … Read more Intelligence ignored: Why is Indian army being caught napping time and again?

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

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

After Failed Attempt by Army to ensure Indian soldier’s release, government to approach Pak foreign ministry

After the Indian Army’s requests fell on deaf ears on the Pakistan side regarding the return of a soldier, who had “inadvertently” crossed into PoK, the Indian government will now take up the case directly with the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan. Chandu Babulal Chavan, a 37 Rashtriya Rifles soldier, had crossed into PoK on September … Read more After Failed Attempt by Army to ensure Indian soldier’s release, government to approach Pak foreign ministry

Pakistan warns of action if India breaches Indus Water Treaty

Pakistan on Thursday warned of “appropriate action” if India violates the Indus Water Treaty and said it is closely monitoring the situation, amid reports that New Delhi may revisit the key water sharing accord. “Appropriate action will be taken in line with the Treaty in case of any violation by India,” Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Nafees Zakaria … Read more Pakistan warns of action if India breaches Indus Water Treaty

Russia Silent on Pak terror, India stung

China blocked India’s attempts to name JeM and LeT in the Goa Declaration, wherein the BRICS member states pledged to “relentlessly pursue” outfits designated terrorist groups by the UNSC, but what has hurt the government more, sources said, is Russia’s disinclination to argue India’s case. The result, of course, was a declaration which failed to … Read more Russia Silent on Pak terror, India stung

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

Indian Army to go full throttle against militants in J&K

After 100 days of unrest, security forces have decided to go full throttle against the militants in Jammu and Kashmir. The decision to resume the counter terrorist operations in the hinterland comes in the backdrop of growing number of militant attacks and intelligence inputs that the ultras are regrouping to take advantage of the current … Read more Indian Army to go full throttle against militants in J&K

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

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

Do You Know that the Para SF Units used flame throwers to strike terrorists behind enemy lines

More details came to light today of the daring operation against terrorists by Indian Army para commandos behind enemy lines in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Even as some politicians demand evidence on the surgical strike, India Today received fresh inputs from intelligence sources on the manner in which the commando operation was conducted. HOW IT HAPPENED Following … Read more Do You Know that the Para SF Units used flame throwers to strike terrorists behind enemy lines

Pakistani Superintendent of Police submits a Report Stating that Surgical Strikes did Happen

Enough aspersions have been cast by the skeptics and particularly by political parties like Congress and Aam Aadmi Party clamouring for proof of the 29 September Indian Special Forces surgical strike across Line of Control. Those in the flock are AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal besides Congressmen like P Chidambaram, Sanjay Nirupam and other senior leaders … Read more Pakistani Superintendent of Police submits a Report Stating that Surgical Strikes did Happen

Pak Army in Damage Control Mode: Flies International Media to LoC to ‘prove’ no Surgical Strikes conducted by India

In a major damage-control exercise, the Pakistani army yesterday flew international and local media to the Line of Control (LoC) to ‘prove’ India didn’t conduct any surgical strikes across it in Pakistan, local and other international media reported today. In fact, French news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP) called the ferrying of journalists by air “a … Read more Pak Army in Damage Control Mode: Flies International Media to LoC to ‘prove’ no Surgical Strikes conducted by India

2 terror guides for for Jaish-e-Mohammad arrested in Uri by Indian Army

The Indian Army said that it has apprehended two Pakistan nationals in Uri town of Kashmir who were acting as ‘terror guides for Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) outfit’. WHAT HAPPENED Colonel S.D. Goswami, spokesman of Army’s Udhampur headquartered northern command, told IANS in Jammu that security forces had arrested “Two Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) nationals who have … Read more 2 terror guides for for Jaish-e-Mohammad arrested in Uri by Indian Army