IMA Whiskey: A Whiskey You Only Get At Indian Military Academy

IMA Whiskey

The Finest officers in Indian Army are “Created” at The Indian Military Academy, Dehradun.The institution has been turning Boys into Men since the day it was founded on October 1, 1932. Only a few Survive the brutal Training the Academy Offers. Every GC (Gentleman Cadet) at IMA  has Tasted IMA Whiskey at least once while at … Read more

Difference between Indian Military Academy (IMA) and Officers Training Academy (OTA)


The Dream of every kid once is their life is to Join Indian Army and serve the country. In India, All officers cadets are trained at Indian Military Academy (IMA) or Officers training Academy (OTA)  before being commissioned into the Army. Here is everything to know about IMA and OTA IMA (INDIAN MILITARY ACADEMY): DEHRADUN IMA is … Read more

Indian Army personnel, barring two-star and above (major-general and above), may no longer be able to use smartphones at workplaces

Indian Army personnel, barring two-star and above-ranked officers (major-general and above), may no longer be able to use smartphones at workplaces, a top Army source said. There is no clarity yet on the use of older version of cellphones, which do not have camera and other smart features. The main aim of the move is … Read more

JOIN INDIAN NAVY: 10+2 B.Tech Entry July 2017; APPLY NOW

Indian Navy has invited online application from Unmarried Male Candidates those who fulfill the conditions of nationality as laid down by the Govt of India to join the prestigious Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala for a four years degree course under the 10+2 (B.Tech) Cadet Entry Scheme. The application process has been started from December … Read more

149 Officers Join Indian Army after passing out from OTA Gaya

Altogether 149 officers, including 30 special commissioned officers, were inducted into the Army on Saturday. Whereas 119 of the officers are direct recruits who, after passing their senior secondary exams, got one-year basic training in military science and defence strategy/technique and were subsequently enrolled in different military engineering colleges located in Secunderabad, Mhow and Pune … Read more

Join Indian Air Force: AFCAT 2017 exam dates released

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced the examination dates of the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT 2017). As per schedule, the examination will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017. About examination: AFCAT is conducted for both men and women is conducted for grant of Short Service Commission in Flying Branch and Permanent/ … Read more

Leaked Navy note says ‘spike’ in number of officers quitting

In the first and admittedly direct fallout of the seventh pay commission among other issues, the Indian Navy (IN) has admitted to a ‘spike’ witnessed this year in the number of its officers wanting to resign or seek Premature Retirement (PR). Data shows it is the highest in the last seven years. In a leaked … Read more

Indian Naval Academy gears up for Autumn Term Passing out Parade comissioning 347 cadets into the Navy as Officers

Indian Naval Academy (INA) is warming up for the Autumn Term 2016 Passing out Parade (PoP) scheduled to be held on November 26. According to INA spokesperson, around 347 cadets, including one cadet from Tanzanian Navy, will be passing out from four different courses. Out of those passing out, 26 are female cadets, of which … Read more

Now, JEE (Mains) to be considered for an entry into Navy, not class XII

The Navy is going hi-tech with a vengeance.With state-of-the-art warships, weapons and sensors being progressively inducted by the force, it wants “sea warriors“ capable of handling the intricate challenges of the massive technological revolution under way. First, the Navy implemented plans to ensure virtually all its new officers have B Tech degrees, apart from the … Read more

Air Force to relax medical norms for recruitment; 12 ailments including Asthma and Heart Diseases off the list

A number of abnormalities or ailments, which earlier rendered people unfit for Indian Air Force recruitment or fly aircraft, are set to go. With no scientific evidence to back notions such as spinal deformities affecting flying, the Indian Air Force (IAF) will soon modify its medical norms for pilots and new applicants declared unfit due … Read more

Indian Army brigadier, in charge of bombarding Pakistan in case of war, accused of corruption, harassment

A senior Army officer posted in a fighting formation responsible for bombarding Pakistani positions in case of war is facing charges of corruption and harassment of his subordinates. “The brigadier posted at the Nasirabad cantonment near Ajmer is facing serious allegations of corruption, falsification of documents and violent harassment of his subordinates including officers and … Read more

Tribunal converts IAF pilot’s dismissal to release

More than three years after Flt Lt Ishan Sharan of the Indian Air Force (IAF) was dismissed from service for an affair with a fellow officer and wife of a senior pilot, the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT), Kolkata, found faults with the proceedings of the Court of Inquiry (CoI) and directed that his ‘dismissal from … Read more

Military court slams Indian Air Force for dismissing a Su-30 Pilot after a female Officer committed suicide

The Indian Air Force has been accused of acting too harshly over the dismissal of fighter pilot after an “illicit” affair led to the suicide of a senior female officer. This landmark observation has been made by a military court while giving relief to a fighter pilot who was removed from service after the affair … Read more

Indian Navy Officers who operate Nuclear Reactors on INS Chakra denied Promotions

In 2005, almost seven years after the 1998 nuclear tests, the Indian Navy quietly sent 52 officers and over 100 sailors to Russia to induct INS Chakra, a Nuclear Submarine on lease. It would provide escort to INS Arihant, the indigenously-built nuclear submarine carrying strategic nuclear missiles on board. Trained by Russians A critical component … Read more

7 Misconceptions Regarding The Indian Air Force

As civilians, we have a different perspective of the services and how things are done there. However, the people working there have an entirely different and real perspective regarding the same. The reason being very simple, they are working there and seeing and facing the things every day. We are lucky to have a Technical … Read more