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

Here’s How RAW and Indian Special Forces Reply To Every Attack on India with Twice More Powerful Attack on Pakistan

The dawn would have illuminated the pools of blood, as the villagers emerged to count their dead. For all of the night of February 24, 2000, residents of the hamlet of Lanjote had bunkered down, hoping not to be hit by artillery fire arcing across the LoC. The 16 bodies on the streets, though, bore … Read more Here’s How RAW and Indian Special Forces Reply To Every Attack on India with Twice More Powerful Attack on 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

Bipin Rawat, India’s Next Army Chief Was The Brains Behind the Surgical Strikes

Year 2016 has been quiet challenging for the Indian army. The enemies on the eastern and western borders have taken to asymmetrical and hybrid warfare, resulting in one of the bloodiest years for the Indian armed forces. This change in strategy from those looking to bleed India by a thousand cuts has demanded an offensive … Read more Bipin Rawat, India’s Next Army Chief Was The Brains Behind the Surgical Strikes

Indian Special Forces gear up, Army to move a proposal seeking better weapons

Next time when Indian Special Forces would enter Pakistan or any other country for a surgical strike, Government is working towards making sure that they have the required weapons and equipment to carry out their mission more effectively and smoothly. In this direction, the Army is moving a classified proposal worth around Rs300 crore to … Read more Indian Special Forces gear up, Army to move a proposal seeking better weapons

India ‘sabotaging’ efforts to normalise relations: Pakistan

Pakistan has accused India of “sabotaging” efforts to normalise relations and using “flimsiest of reasons” to avoid talks, as it called on New Delhi to show “seriousness” in resolving the Kashmir issue. “The trajectory (of ties) has been down the slope. India has tried to do everything to sabotage every goodwill gesture that we made towards … Read more India ‘sabotaging’ efforts to normalise relations: Pakistan

An Indian Army’s Major General who also played a vital role in SURGICAL STRIKE may soon face Court Martial for “FORCEFULLY KISSING” a Female Officer

An Army Major General who was due for promotion to the rank of lieutenant general after his role in the Myanmar operations, could soon face the court martial for allegedly molesting a captain and ‘forcibly kissing her’ while discussing official work at home late one evening. The case comes as a rude reality check for … Read more An Indian Army’s Major General who also played a vital role in SURGICAL STRIKE may soon face Court Martial for “FORCEFULLY KISSING” a Female Officer

Indus waters row with Pak to intensify as India accuses World Bank of bias

The India-Pakistan water dispute is set to intensify, with New Delhi questioning the World Bank’s neutrality in arbitrating between the two countries. The World Bank, which brokered the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) in 1960, settles differences arising from sharing of water and setting up projects along the Indus river basin. India is miffed with the … Read more Indus waters row with Pak to intensify as India accuses World Bank of bias

While Attacks On Indian Army Increase In J&K, Rs 1,000 Crore Defence Plan Waits For Clearance

A detailed Rs 1,000-crore plan to set up perimeter defence systems and intrusion alert devices at forward locations and Army garrisons in J&K is pending for government clearance. The plan to strengthen defences at armed forces installations in the sensitive state was drawn up after an attack at Pathankot airbase in January in which militants … Read more While Attacks On Indian Army Increase In J&K, Rs 1,000 Crore Defence Plan Waits For Clearance

Nagrota attack: ‘He saved others, but could not save his own life’,

For nearly 45 minutes that he spent at a crematorium in Hebbal in Bengaluru, Avinash Kumar (28) was unable to stop the tears streaming down his face.  Kumar, a civilian employee with the Indian Air Force, had travelled over 650 km from Bidar in north Karnataka for the last rites of Major Akshay Girish Kumar … Read more Nagrota attack: ‘He saved others, but could not save his own life’,

Timeline of terror attacks in Jammu-Kashmir after surgical strikes

The Border Security Forces (BSF) killed three terrorists in Ramgarh sector of Samba district Tuesday as an infiltration bid was foiled along the International Border in Jammu. The encounter, which injured one BSF jawan, took place at Fatwal village in Chamliyal area. Even as this operation was underway, some 3-4 terrorists stormed into an Army base in … Read more Timeline of terror attacks in Jammu-Kashmir after surgical strikes

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?

Nagrota terror attack: 7 Army personnel martyred; 16 rescued in hostage-like situation

Seven Indian Army soldiers including two officers were killed when terrorists stormed an artillery unit in Nagrota in Jammu early this morning. The terrorists also took hostages. Bodies of three terrorists killed in the counter attack have been recovered so far. The terrorists were disguised as policemen. They fired at sentries and forced into the … Read more Nagrota terror attack: 7 Army personnel martyred; 16 rescued in hostage-like situation

Pakistan’s UN Representative Replies To Captured Indian Rashtriya Rifle Soldier’s Brother who accidentally crossed the LoC during the Surgical Strike

Amid rising tension between India and Pakistan, here is a story of a brother, who is currently serving the Indian army, trying to get back his brother from Pakistan. Chandu Chavan, a soldier with the Rashtriya Rifles in Kashmir, had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control on September 29. Since then, his brother Bhushan Chavan … Read more Pakistan’s UN Representative Replies To Captured Indian Rashtriya Rifle Soldier’s Brother who accidentally crossed the LoC during the Surgical Strike

After India’s retaliation for Killing three Indian Soldiers, an alarmed Pakistan moves UN

Asks the world body to act before the situation along the LoC snowballs into a “full-fledged crisis.” Alarmed by the escalation of tension with India along the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan on Thursday asked the United Nations to act before the situation snowballed into a “full-fledged crisis.” This follows India’s strong retaliation a day … Read more After India’s retaliation for Killing three Indian Soldiers, an alarmed Pakistan moves UN

On India’s claim over PoK, Former J&K CM Farooq Abdullah asks: ‘Kya yeh tumhare baap ka hai?’

In a controversial statement, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah on Friday taunted the government saying Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is not a personal property to be inherited. He questioned India’s claim on PoK and said that it isn’t its paternal property. “Kya yeh tumare baap ka hai (Is this your fathers’ property),” Abdullah … Read more On India’s claim over PoK, Former J&K CM Farooq Abdullah asks: ‘Kya yeh tumhare baap ka hai?’

Indian Army adopts winter strategy to tighten security across IB

A drive has been undertaken by BSF (Border Security Forces) for filling the gaps around the riverines along the International Borders right from Akhnoor to Lakhanpur across Samba, Jammu and Kathua. All in the attempt to block the attempts of infiltration from the militants’ side. The attempts increase during the winter months when visibility drops … Read more Indian Army adopts winter strategy to tighten security across IB