Rahul Gandhi slams govt for 'empty slogans', accuses it of asking soldiers to buy their own clothes and shoes
Congress president Rahul Gandhi today hit out at the government for making "empty slogans" and accused it of asking soldiers to buy their own clothes and shoes.
The peaceful resolution of India-Pakistan disputes, including the core issue of Kashmir, can be found through comprehensive and meaningful dialogue, Pakistan's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said.
Defence ministry removes Rs 10,000 cap on educational concession for children of soldiers disabled, killed in action
The Ministry of Defence has removed the Rs 10,000 cap on educational concession provided to the children of these soldiers missing, disabled or killed in action.
In wake of Jammu attacks, defence ministry clears purchase of weapons for armed forces worth Rs 15,935 crore
In a major decision, the defence ministry approved capital acquisition proposals worth Rs 15,935 crore which included purchase of 7.40 lakh assault rifles, 5,719 sniper rifles and light machine guns to bolster the strength of the armed forces
Budget 2018: Arun Jaitley increases defence budget by 7.81 percent, experts term hike in allocation 'inadequate'
The defence budget was increased by a mere 7.81 per cent to Rs 2.95 lakh crore against last year's Rs 2.74 lakh crore, belying expectations of a significant hike.
Politicians cutting across party lines expressed solidarity with India's armed forces personnel and ex-servicemen on the occasion of Armed Forces Flag Day
On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi elaborated on his Diwali experience in his monthly radio programme 'Mann ki Baat.'
Donald Trump made me cry, says widow of US soldier; asserts president 'couldn't remember my husband's name'
President Donald Trump struggled to remember the name of the US soldier killed in an ambush in Niger when he called the man's widow for condolences, the woman told ABC on Monday
Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Saturday that the army has to remain prepared to counter any Dokalam-like situation along the Sino-India border
Ramdas Athawale says 'Dalit youth should join army where rum is available', renews call for reservation in armed forces
Advocating the need for reservation for Dalits in the defence forces, Union minister Ramdas Athawale quipped Monday that instead of consuming country-made liquor the youth from the Dalit community should join the army, where "rum" is available.
Surgical strikes was necessary to send message to Pakistan, will do it again if required, says army chief General Bipin Rawat
Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Monday that surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the LoC could be repeated, if necessary, seeking to send a stern message to Pakistan
Northern army commander Lieutenant General D Anbu Saturday visited north Kashmir to review prevailing security situation along the Line of Control
Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh passed away on Saturday after suffering a massive cardiac arrest at the Research and Referral Hospital in New Delhi. He was 98.
Marshal of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh passes away: India pays tribute to five-star officer on Twitter
Several ministers and politicians including Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter to pay tribute to Indian Air Force Marshal Arjan Singh, who passed away on Saturday
Armies of India and the US will carry out a two-week long mega military exercise in Washington from 14 September at a time when tensions are rising in the Asia Pacific region
The army, navy and air force chiefs Monday called on newly appointed defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman and apprised her about the overall security challenge and preparedness of the forces
Air India gives boarding priority to soldiers: Empty gesture plays to nationalist gallery and dodges society's responsibility to servicemen
Our national carrier has decided to honour our soldiers through a gesture: Armed forces personnel will now be allowed to board Air India's planes before other passengers.
Amid the border standoff with China, defence minister Arun Jaitley on Friday rejected reports about shortage of ammunition.
Ram Nath Kovind meets officers of president's millitary wing, urges troops to fulfill responsibilities
In a first, President Ram Nath Kovind Saturday called a separate meeting of officers of the president's military wing within days of assuming office to acquaint himself with them
114 veterans write to Narendra Modi, say can't look away from 'relentless vigilantism of self-appointed protectors of Hinduism'
A group of 114 armed forces veterans have expressed their displeasure over the recent attacks on minorities in an open letter to Narendra Modi