General Bipin Rawat on Major Leetul Gogoi case: 'Any matter involving moral turpitude and corruption will be dealt with sternly'
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat Bipin Rawat said that any matter involving moral turpitude and corruption will be dealt with sternly in Major Leetul Gogoi's case.
Major Leetul Gogoi indicted in Srinagar hotel case: Farooq Ahmad Dar says 'justice has been finally done'
The Court of Inquiry indicted Major Leetul Gogoi on two counts - allegedly "fraternising" with a local woman in a Srinagar hotel and being away from his place of duty
Army officer Leetul Gogoi to face action: Ostracised family of woman he was caught with says indictment won't restore dignity
Major Leetul Gogoi was caught with a woman at a Srinagar hotel earlier this year. Indian Army officers are prohibited from fraternising with local residents of areas where they are deployed.
Major Leetul Gogoi to face disciplinary action for 'fraternising' with local woman, staying away from place of duty in operational area
Major Leetul Gogoi, who was detained by the police in a Srinagar hotel after he was seen with a local woman in May, is set to face disciplinary action and held accountable by the Court of Inquiry for "fraternising" with a local woman
J&K police tell court Major Leetul Gogoi faked identity on Facebook to meet Kashmiri girl, confirm she is not minor
Major Leetul Gogoi had come in the eye of the storm last year during the elections on Srinagar parliamentary seat after had tied a Kashmiri youth, Farooq Ahmad Dar, to the bonnet of a vehicle and paraded him on the streets in Budgam.
Kashmir unrest: Separatist leaders lash out at army chief Bipin Rawat's defence of Major Leetul Gogoi
Separatists on Monday lashed out at army chief Gen Bipin Rawat for his comments on the role of the armed forces in Kashmir, saying it amounted to granting them "absolute authority and no accountability".
Amid a raging controversy over free speech, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday said he supports freedom of expression, but within the legal framework.
The Armed Forces Tribunal on Friday quashed the court martial of Lt Gen (retd) PK Rath, former Commander of 33 Corps who was punished for his alleged role in a land dealing in West Bengal.
The Army has ordered a Court of Inquiry (CoI) against a Colonel, who has been accused of allegedly raping an Indian-origin doctor in New York during his posting there in the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations.
The Major is accused of posting explicit material of a junior officer and his wife on multiple pornographic sites.