Rajnath Singh recently complimented the BRO for its "unwavering commitment" towards delivering outstanding quality infrastructure
Insurgents opened fire on the personnel of the 6th Assam Rifles as they were conducting routine patrolling near Sanliam village. A search operation has been launched to nab the militants who escaped into the dense forest.
The comments by MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava came in response to China's contention that it "does not recognise" the UTs of Ladakh, as well as the state of Arunachal Pradesh
India's border infrastructure 'root cause' of tensions along LAC, claims China at 7th military-level talks
Sources said there was no breakthrough in talks on disengagement of troops and that India insisted on restoration of status quo ante of April at all friction points
One Assam Rifles jawan killed, another injured in ambush by militants in Arunachal Pradesh's Changlang
Reports said that the authorities suspect the involvement of around 30-35 militants belonging to the Paresh Baruah independent faction of the United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA)
Centre extends 'disturbed area' tag under AFSPA for 3 districts, 4 police station jurisdictions in Arunachal
The areas referred to in the MHA order are Tirap, Changlang, Longding districts; the four police stations are Namsai and Mahadevpur in Namsai district, Roing in Lower Dibang Valley and Sunpura in Lohit district
Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh to be first woman pilot to join Rafale fleet, to make drastic shift from IAF's oldest MiG-21 Bison
Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh currently flies the force’s oldest jet MiG-21 Bison and is undergoing conversion training before she moves to the Rafale fighter aircraft
'All five will now be placed under quarantine as per COVID-19 protocols and thereafter be handed over to their families,' a defence spokesperson said
The youths who had gone hunting in the jungle were reportedly whisked away by the Chinese PLA soldiers from the India-China border in Upper Subansiri district on 4 September
The Union minister also said that the modalities to handover the five youth to Indian authorities is being worked out
'Never recognised so-called Arunachal Pradesh', says China: A look at Beijing's past efforts to lay claim over state
In recent years, Beijing has frequently upped its expansionist rhetoric over Arunachal Pradesh and sought to needle India over the issue
Indian Army sends hotline messages to PLA over reports of abduction of five people from Arunachal Pradesh
Reports of the abduction have come at a time that the Indian Army has enhanced its deployment along the 3,400 km-long LAC
In Arunachal's Upper Sabansari, police begins probe after five go missing; kidnapped by Chinese Army, claim families
The five men, all from the Tagin community, were identified as Toch Singkam, Prasat Ringling, Dongtu Ebiya, Tanu Baker and Ngaru Diri
The five were among a group who had gone hunting in a forest in Arunchal's Upper Subansiri district on the Sino-India border on Friday. Two persons managed to escape and informed the police about the incident.
The logic of proud nationalism dictates that maps may become larger, but they certainly cannot be allowed to shrink. This requirement to defend the map at any cost is part of the essential character of the nation-state.
Xi Jinping's assertions on Tibet come in backdrop of LAC tensions, impending polls for government-in exile
Xi Jinping's recent remarks that China must build an “impregnable fortress” to maintain stability in Tibet and protect national unity are part of Beijing's attempts to make its position clear ahead of polls to elect the Tibetan government-in-exile
The rank was based on parameters like number of students who get admitted each year, the range of diversity among studentsthe range of diversity among students, and student-teacher ratio
The number of people affected by the deluge in Assam increased to nearly 26.38 lakh people while the toll due to floods and landslides reached 123 with one more person dying on Saturday
One soldier is injured but stable. Security forces recovered six assault rifles, 500 bullets and two homemade bombs from the rebels.
Chinese troops present in sizeable numbers along LAC in Ladakh, admits Rajnath Singh; talks to resolve border dispute to be held on 6 June
Chinese troops are present in sizeable numbers along the border, defence minister Rajnath Singh said, in the first official statement since a nearly one-month-long standoff between India and Beijing along the LAC in Ladakh