Permanent Commission for women officers fair; with army's selection standard, equal command structure is viable
There is much debate on social media and opinion within the Army is divided. Many like me have had women officers serving under us in the most challenging circumstances in Kashmir and elsewhere and vouch for their professional capability and dedication. There are challenges galore awaiting them.
Army receives inputs about terrorists’ plan to attack Amarnath Yatra, shuts Pahalgam route to shrine
Inputs about the plan to attack Amarnath Yatra come shortly after the Shopian encounter on Friday, in which three terrorists, including a JeM commander, were killed
Indian Army officials said that a shell landed on the family's house in Karmara in Golpur Sector, killing Mohd Rafiq (58), his wife Rafia Bi (50) and son Irfan (15)
‘No power can capture an inch of India’s soil’: Rajnath Singh says talks with China likely to resolve Ladakh stand-off
Tensions between India and China spiked after violent clashes between soldiers in the Galwan valley on 15 June in which 20 Indian troops were killed.
One soldier is injured but stable. Security forces recovered six assault rifles, 500 bullets and two homemade bombs from the rebels.
The personnel have been asked to remove these applications by 15 July and have been warned of strict action if they don't comply, said reports.
In a landmark verdict on 17 February, the top court had directed that women officers in the army be granted permanent commission and command postings
On a tip off about presence of militants in Pulwama, security forces launched a cordon and search operation, which turned into an encounter after militants opened fire
Narendra Modi's Leh visit: Indian Army calls criticism of medical facility 'malicious and unsubstantiated'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an unannounced visit to Ladakh on Friday, signalling India's firmness in dealing with the border row with China in several areas of the region
Three militants killed in encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag; identities, affiliations not yet ascertained
security forces launched a cordon and search operation in an area within the Anantnag district following information about the presence of militants
Chinese military gets approval to run clinical tests of experimental Coronavirus vaccine on human being
AMS’ candidate, named ARCoV, uses mRNA technology, an approach also used by Moderna Inc in the United States and German firm CureVac.
Ladakh faceoff: India, China corps commanders hold second round of talks for nearly 11 hours, review situation along LAC
India on Monday strongly raised with China the "premediated" attack on Indian soldiers in Galwan Valley and demanded immediate withdrawal of Chinese troops from all friction points in eastern Ladakh, during the second round of Lt General-level talks
Indian Army soldier killed as Pakistan shells forward posts along LoC, International Border in Jammu and Kashmir
An Indian Army jawan was killed as Pakistani troops opened fire and lobbed mortar shells at forward areas along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir
Disinformation is no substitute for diplomacy: Manmohan Singh to Narendra Modi after PM denies Chinese incursion into India
Commenting on the Ladakh face-off, former prime minister Manmohan Singh said PM Narendra Modi must be mindful of the implications of his words and cannot allow China to use them as a vindication of its position
Three militants killed in encounter with security forces in Srinagar’s Zoonimar area; authorities suspend mobile internet services
Three militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Srinagar on Sunday
Galwan Valley clash: Rs 5 crore ex-gratia, residential plot, government job for wife of Col Santosh Babu, announces K Chandrasekar Rao
The Telangana government will give Rs 5 crore to the family of 39-year old Colonel Bikkumalla Santosh Babu and Rs 10 lakh each to the families of the 19 other soldiers who were killed in the high altitude border clash with the Chinese troops in Ladakh's Galwan Valley
India-China standoff in Ladakh: A look back at Beijing's 2019 white paper on defence and security strategy
On Wednesday, the State Council of the People’s Republic of China published a white paper on China’s defence and security posture.
India, China agree to resolve dispute over Ladakh LAC peacefully; senior military leaders from both sides hold talks
India and China agreed on Friday to resolve a dispute over their shared border in the Ladakh region through diplomatic channels, the Indian foreign affairs ministry said
Classified documents relating to movement of Indian Army units recovered from Pakistan High Commission officials held for espionage
Classified documents related to the movement and deployment of the Indian Army were recovered from the two officials of High Commission of Pakistan when they were apprehended for indulging in espionage activities