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

Weapons used by NSG Commandos or popularly known as Black Cat Commandos

Weapons Used by NSG

National Security Gaurd or NSG is Counter-Terrorism Unit of  India. These units are best of the best when it comes to combat. NSG was formed in 1987 after the assassination of then Indra Gandhi. Since then, NSG has tackled many terrorist attacks including the 2008 Mumbai Attacks. NSG get its most personals mainly from Army … Read more Weapons used by NSG Commandos or popularly known as Black Cat Commandos

Combat Uniform worn by Indian Special Forces will surely Send Chill Down your Spine

Uniform of Para Commando

Special Forces may sound cool but In Reality, they are an Elite Breed of Crazy men who just want to do things right. If they are given a task, they damn sure will do anything and everything to accomplish it. These Men are Trained to do things that you may find impossible and know stuff … Read more Combat Uniform worn by Indian Special Forces will surely Send Chill Down your Spine

In a first, NSG Commandos will take part in Republic Day Parade on January 26

For the first time, National Security Guard (NSG) commandos may march down the Rajpath in full armed gear during the Republic Day celebrations on January 26. Following a meeting between the Union home and defence ministries, the National Security Guard (NSG) headquarters in New Delhi has begun preparations to choose a contingent of about 60 … Read more In a first, NSG Commandos will take part in Republic Day Parade on January 26

Why Indian Army Special Forces are way behind US Navy SEALs or Israel’s IDF despite upgrade

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday cleared a Rs 300-crore proposal to buy critical equipment for the Indian Army’s Special Forces, but sources say the elite units will continue to lag by a distance from their American and Israeli counterparts. The plan includes purchase of over 1,100 automatic assault rifles, 1,000 freefall parachutes, sniper rifles, … Read more Why Indian Army Special Forces are way behind US Navy SEALs or Israel’s IDF despite upgrade

India indicts Pakistan-based militants over Pathankot air base attack

India’s top counter-terrorism agency on Monday charged Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), and its top leader, with perpetrating a deadly attack on an Indian air force base in January. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) stated that all four gunmen who stormed the air base on Jan. 2 were Pakistani nationals and that Maulana Masood Azhar, … Read more India indicts Pakistan-based militants over Pathankot air base attack

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

The Unsung Hero of Operation Black Tornado,NSG Commando Havaldar Gajender Singh

Havaldar Gajender Singh (born 1972) was an NSG commando who died during the 2008 Mumbai attacks. His act of bravery was honoured with the Ashoka Chakra award by the President of India on 26 January 2009, India’s republic day. Hailing from Ganeshpur in Uttarakhand, young Gajender Singh studied at the Janata Inter College in Naya Gaon. … Read more The Unsung Hero of Operation Black Tornado,NSG Commando Havaldar Gajender Singh

What happened on 26/11?: 10 key points

On November 26, 2008, Mumbai fell victim to one of the worst terrorist attacks in Indian history. Its perpetrators, members of the terrorist group Lashkar-Taiba, terrorized Maximum City for three days, targeting some of its most best-known locations and killing up to 166 people. On the eighth anniversary of the attacks, here’s a short guide … Read more What happened on 26/11?: 10 key points

How India improved its naval and air strike capabilities post 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks

  The 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks was a sure enough wake up call for the intelligence and security forces of our nation as our maritime borders had never witnessed an attack of such a scale and dimension launched through the sea route on a major metropolitan city. There was a need for a complete overhaul … Read more How India improved its naval and air strike capabilities post 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks

India will suffer “Great Losses” if it joins Japan on South China Sea Dispute: Chinese media

India may suffer “great losses” in bilateral trade if it joins Japan during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to ask China to abide by an international tribunal’s ruling quashing Beijing’s claims over disputed South China Sea (SCS), Chinese media warned on Tuesday. “India should beware of the possibility that by becoming embroiled in the disputes, … Read more India will suffer “Great Losses” if it joins Japan on South China Sea Dispute: Chinese media

35 soldiers killed, over 1,740 injured in attacks on Indian Army in 2016

Termed as the deadliest attack on the Indian Army since the Kaluchak tragedy in 2002, the attack at a battalion headquarters of the Army in north Kashmir’s Uri town on Sunday killed 17 jawans and injured 19 other personnel. According to recent reports by ANI, another Sepoy K Vikas Janardhan succumbed to his injuries at the … Read more 35 soldiers killed, over 1,740 injured in attacks on Indian Army in 2016

Need India in NSG to promote non-proliferation: Japan

As China refuses to let go of its opposition to India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership bid, Japan has reiterated support for India saying its presence in NSG will help promote non-proliferation. In its first official comments over the issue after the Indian bid collapsed in the face of Chinese resistance in the Seoul NSG … Read more Need India in NSG to promote non-proliferation: Japan

Indian Air Force looking for Smart Airfield Security System to protect its Bases

Pathankot terror Attack

The Indian Air Force has initiated its search for a new smart airfield protection system eight months after the Pathankot attack exposed sever  chinks in the perimeter security at a vital airbase, leading to the death of seven security personnel and a close call for fighters and helicopter gunships stationed there. To start with, the … Read more Indian Air Force looking for Smart Airfield Security System to protect its Bases

Mrs Seema Rao – A Woman Commado that has Been Training Indian Special Forces for 20 Years

Seema Rao

A 7th-degree black belt holder in Military Martial Arts, Seema Rao is India’s only female commando trainer. A prominent expert in close quarter battle, Seema has been giving commando training to various Armed Forces in India for 20 years, without taking any monetary compensation in return! Seema is also a combat shooting instructor, a firefighter, … Read more Mrs Seema Rao – A Woman Commado that has Been Training Indian Special Forces for 20 Years

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