The drills are unrelated to the current international and regional situation, it said, apparently referring to the Ukraine war as well as the Ladakh standoff.
Troops torched hundreds of buildings in the villages of Kinn, Upper Kinn and Ke Taung over three days last week, locals and media reports said.
Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov said Ukraine was "entering a new - long-term - phase of the war."
Army Special Forces' Combat Riders have also been deployed on mobile patrol in Colombo and suburbs, the News First newspaper reported.
“The force as well as equipment deployment is calibrated in nature and we will make sure that any kind of misadventure by the adversary does not take place again,” said Lt Gen Dwivedi.
The bloody battle came amid growing speculation that President Vladimir Putin wants to present the Russian people with a battlefield triumph.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres visited towns outside the capital of Kyiv where evidence of mass killings of civilians was found after Russia’s retreat from the area.
It was the latest such offer to the Ukrainian defenders of the key Sea of Azov port during a siege that has lasted for more than one and a half months.
In his late-night video address, Zelenskyy called it "an achievement of millions of Ukrainians, of everyone who on Feb 24 made the most important decision of their life to fight."
Since the Russian invasion, the United States has provided Ukraine with a flood of light arms, like the shoulder-fired Javelin anti-tank missiles that have become a symbol of Ukrainian resistance.
The Southeast Asian country has been in chaos since a putsch last February, with anti-coup "People's Defence Force" fighters clashing with junta troops across the nation.
Sri Lanka ordered troops to petrol stations Tuesday as sporadic protests erupted among the thousands of motorists queueing up daily for scarce fuel.
'Russia's siege of Mariupol involved war crimes', says Zelenskyy as he suspends Ukraine parties with Moscow links
Russian forces have pushed deeper into the besieged and battered city, where heavy fighting shut down a major steel plant and local authorities pleaded for more Western help.
Putin approves bringing ‘volunteer’ fighters from the Middle East, elsewhere to join Russia’s Ukraine offensive
Russia knew of “more than 16,000 applications” from countries in the Middle East, many of them from people who he said helped Russia against the Islamic State group.
The officials said BSF troops fired around 18 rounds within a span of 10 minutes after picking up the movement of the drone.
When Russia's invasion commenced, Orban for the first-time laid responsibility for tensions and violence on Moscow, seen as a turning point in his more than decade-long, pro-Russia approach.
Videos posted on Ukrainian social networks and media showed a massive explosion next to the towering Soviet-era administrative building on Kharkiv’s central square.
In the face of stiff resistance and devastating sanctions, President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia's nuclear forces put on high alert, threatening to elevate the war to a terrifying new level.
Russian troops approached Kharkiv, which is located about 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) south of the border with Russia, shortly after Moscow launched its invasion of Ukraine on Thursday.
Russia had grouped some 30,000 troops in Belarus ostensibly for exercises in the last weeks. They had been due to leave earlier this month but their presence was then extended indefinitely.