Asserting that the Indian Army was fully capable of dealing with any security challenge on the northern frontier, Army chief Bipin Rawat
Pakistani troops on Wednesday fired indiscriminately from across the Line of Control at forward posts in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir,
In what is seen as retaliation to the killing of four army personnel, Indian Army commandos killed three Pakistani soldiers during cross-border
Every mischief in the Doklam sector will be dealt with “properly”, said General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Eastern Command Lieutenant
Militants opened fire on an Army convoy, which was on its way to Srinagar, at Qazigund, resulting in injuries to one jawan, a police official said.
In the backdrop of the 73-day- long Dokalam standoff, the Army has decided to significantly ramp up road infrastructure along the Sino-India
Police said: 'It is learnt that Talha Rasheed, nephew of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Maulana Masood Azhar, was among the three militants.'
Indian Army has recently finalised one of its biggest plans for infantry modernisation. Under the new plan a large number of light machine guns,
Close on the heels of the Dokalam standoff, organisational changes are likely in some of the key Army formations besides steps to boost
Rajnath said the neighbouring country had been sending terrorists to India with nefarious designs and Indian soldiers had been hunting them down.
The external affairs ministry has rejected reports of any fresh Chinese build-up at the Dokalam sector, the tri-junction plateau which witnessed
Just weeks after the Dokalam stand-off eased out, it is learnt that China is maintaining a sizeable presence of its troops near the site of the
Pakistani troops opened fire from automatic weapons and shelled mortars at forward posts and villages along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that his government delivered on the promise made to the ex-servicemen on ‘One Rank One Pension’