Army chief in Manipur as forces launch ops
The opposition Congress, which has sought an appointment with President Droupadi Murmu over the situation, criticised the Central government’s alleged apathy towards the situation in the state.
Situation in violence-hit Manipur under control now, says Indian Army
Meanwhile, the evacuation of civilians from all communities from affected areas carried on throughout the night and flag marches in Churachandpur and other sensitive areas are underway.
Blast during ops in Rajouri: Three more Army men succumb to injuries, death toll now five
Around 7.30 am on Friday, a search team established contact with a group of terrorists well entrenched in a cave and the terrorists triggered an explosive device in retaliation.
17-year-old tribal student from Telangana joins Indian army, conquers world of athletics
A first-year BSc student from the Government Women’s Degree College in Khammam, she started running 400, 800 and 1500-metre races in 2018.
Drones, choppers hunt militants amid questions on SOP ‘violation’
A security official said a search operation is on by the Army and the police in the dense forests of the Bhatta Durrian in Mendhar area of Poonch district.
Five jawans killed in J&K's Poonch after vehicle catches fire in terrorist attack
The army released a statement on the incident, saying the vehicle was fired upon by terrorists after which it erupted in flames, possibly due to the lobbing of grenades by the terrorists.
Indian Army personnel to soon begin learning Mandarin to engage with Chinese military
“The Chinese language course will improve in-house Mandarin expertise and empower Army personnel to engage with Chinese military personnel as and when the situation demands,” said a defence statement
Disengagement, de-escalation in Eastern Ladakh best way forward: Defence Minister Rajnath
The Defence Minister was addressing senior Army Commanders as part of the Annual Commanders Conference of the Army which began on Monday and will continue till Friday
‘Zorawar’ to guard Himalayas beginning 2027
As reported earlier by this newspaper, Indian Light Tank is required to address sector specific operational requirements.
Centre refuses to prosecute 30 Army men over Nagaland civilian killings
An FIR filed by the Nagaland Police had said that the Army’s 21 Para Special Force “blankly opened fire” with the “intention to murder and injure civilians”.
First batch of women officers in Army’s combat stream set to join duty in May
“Of the close to 40 women officers about to pass out of the Officers Training Academy (OTA), Chennai, close to 10 officers have been allotted the Artillery,” said a source.
Stay ready to meet new threats, PM tells armed forces
“The Prime Minister was briefed by Chief of Defence Staff General Anil Chauhan about the various discussions conducted during this year’s conference,” the Ministry of Defence in a statement said.
Indian Army ready for more women colonels
The proceedings for the second intake of women colonels is already on, Army sources say
MoD signs contracts worth Rs 32,000 crore including missiles for Army, ships for Navy
All the contracts will generate long-term employment in India and will boost the eco-system involving the DPSUs and Indian private defence manufacturers
India targeting defence exports worth Rs 40,000 crore by 2026, says Rajnath Singh
Addressing a conclave in New Delhi, Rajnath said that domestic defence production has witnessed a significant increase in the last few years
Army’s grand plan of Integrated Battle Groups is time consuming
These will have a mix of every arm and service like Infantry, Artillery, Armoured, Engineers, Signals, Air Defence, and others.
Millets to be part of daily meals of Army personnel
Special emphasis is being given to the introduction of value added millet items and snacks to troops deployed along the northern borders.
'Gender discrimination': Delhi HC asks Centre to file report on recruitment of women in army
The court's order came on petitions by lawyer Kush Karla on alleged discrimination against women in the army's recruitment policy in certain entries.
Indian Army to make millets an integral part of soldiers' rations after over half a century
Three popular varieties of millets -- bajra, jowar and ragi -- will be issued to troops
Two pilots killed as Indian Army chopper crashes in Arunachal
A search operation was carried out by the Indian Army, Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) and police after the crash.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test