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

8 Ways to spot a Terrorist in Just One Look

terrorist in Indian Army Uniform

Not one week passes by when we hear of an encounter between Security Forces and terrorists in Jammu & Kashmir. In most cases, We easily neutralise the terrorists before they cause any harm but sometimes they are able to infiltrate our Military bases and wreck havoc.One thing common is that all terrorists who infiltrate from Pakistan wear Indian Army Uniforms. … Read more 8 Ways to spot a Terrorist in Just One Look

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

No Artists from Pakistan comes to India without ISI clearance, says writer Tarek Fatah

Pakistan-born Canadian writer Tarek Fatah Saturday said India should snap all ties with Pakistan, and claimed that no artistes from the neighbouring country come here without clearance from ISI. “India has no business to have any relations with the country (Pakistan) that has chopped off its limbs,” the 66-year-old writer told the gathering during ongoing … Read more No Artists from Pakistan comes to India without ISI clearance, says writer Tarek Fatah

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

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

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

Indian Army retaliates after civilian deaths: 2 Pakistani jawans killed, 14 posts damaged

After eight civilians were killed today in an indiscriminate shelling by Pakistan Rangers along the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Army retaliated inflicting heaving damages on the Pakistani posts. Two Pakistani posts too were killed in the retaliatory fire by Indian Army. Pakistan troops violated ceasefire in Samba and Nowshera sector. 16-year-old … Read more Indian Army retaliates after civilian deaths: 2 Pakistani jawans killed, 14 posts damaged

Army destroys 4 Pakistani posts in massive assault, inflicts heavy casualties

A day after an Indian soldier’s body was mutilated by Pakistan-based terrorists along the Line of Control (LoC), the Army on Saturday launched retaliatory fire assaults at Pakistan Army positions, inflicting massive damage across the border. The Army said at least four Pakistan Army posts were destroyed “in a massive fire assault” in the Keran … Read more Army destroys 4 Pakistani posts in massive assault, inflicts heavy casualties

As it Happens: Encounter Underway In Kupwara, Says Indian Army

An encounter broke out between militants and security forces in forest area of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir today, army said here. Security forces launched an anti-militancy operation in the forest area of Kupwara this morning following information about the presence of militants in the area, an army official said. He said some gunshots … Read more As it Happens: Encounter Underway In Kupwara, Says Indian Army

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 Month after surgical strikes: Appraisal of India’s new strategy of dealing with Pakistan

15 Pakistani Rangers killed in retaliatory firing along International Border

The BSF on Friday said it had killed 15 Pakistani paramilitary personnel while retaliating to cross-border shelling and firing+ in which two Indian civilians were killed and two injured in Jammu region. Firing mortar shells+ and using automatic weapons, Pakistani troops targeted civilian areas and forward security posts along the International Border and Line of … Read more 15 Pakistani Rangers killed in retaliatory firing along International Border

What Is Russia’s Plan With India?

On the weekend of October 15 and 16, Russian president Vladimir Putin visited India for the bilateral meeting of leaders of Russia and India, and the BRICS summit in Goa. As usual, president Putin spent few hours in India. This made it more difficult to cover all the important issues of the strategic partnership between … Read more What Is Russia’s Plan With India?

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

Six terrorists attack BSF post in Samba, India retaliates

An armed terrorist, along with five others, attacked a BSF post along the international border on the Indian side and was injured after BSF troops foiled the infiltration bid in Samba sector. Official sources said that the attack took place at around 1.55 am, when a group of six terrorists, taking advantage of undulating ground … Read more Six terrorists attack BSF post in Samba, India retaliates

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

Army Very Short on Translators to Intercept Radio Chatter between Terrorists

“Make them bleed.” This is what Indian intelligence agencies picked up while intercepting chatter between a terrorist module in Pakistan with its handlers. Two days later on October 10, the Entrepreneurship Development Institute in Pampore in J&K was attacked. Intelligence agencies are not lucky every time, and the Army’s intel units on the Indo-Pakistan border … Read more Army Very Short on Translators to Intercept Radio Chatter between Terrorists

PM Modi hits out at Pakistan during BRICS Summit, terms it ‘Mothership of Terrorism’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hit out at Pakistan, saying countries must work together against terrorism. Modi said BRICS must play an active role in setting a direction that supports “our common aspirations and goals”. PM Modi was speaking at the welcome meeting on day two of the Summit where he urged member nations … Read more PM Modi hits out at Pakistan during BRICS Summit, terms it ‘Mothership of Terrorism’