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Pathankot: Grenade blast at Indian Army's station gate near Dheerapul; no injuries reported
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Pathankot: Grenade blast at Indian Army's station gate near Dheerapul; no injuries reported

The grenade was hurled by unknown persons who came on a bike when a marriage procession was passing through the area, according to reports

India revamps Rezang La memorial to commemorate shining moment in 1962 war; all you need to know
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India revamps Rezang La memorial to commemorate shining moment in 1962 war; all you need to know

The Battle of Rezang La went down in the annals of military history as one of the greatest last stands of all times – comparable probably only to the famous Battle of Saragarhi, in the Indian context.

The Battle of Rezang La: When our men fought the Chinese till the last bullet and the last man
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The Battle of Rezang La: When our men fought the Chinese till the last bullet and the last man

On 18 November 1962, the Charlie Company of the 13 Kumaon Battalion, Kumaon Regiment, fought a Chinese attack at Rezang La Pass in Ladakh. The company comprised 120 soldiers and was led by Maj. Shaitan Singh. Of these, 110 were martyred in the attack.

Shahid Kapoor’s action drama Bull to release in theatres on 7 April, 2023
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Shahid Kapoor’s action drama Bull to release in theatres on 7 April, 2023

Set in the 1980s, Bull is inspired by real-life events from the life of Brigadier Farukh Bulsara

Defence minister Rajnath Singh to inaugurate revamped war memorial in eastern Ladakh tomorrow
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Defence minister Rajnath Singh to inaugurate revamped war memorial in eastern Ladakh tomorrow

Singh will also carry out a review of the security situation with top Army commanders in the backdrop of the lingering border row with China along the Line of Actual Control

What prompted militant ambush on security forces in Manipur leaving seven dead
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What prompted militant ambush on security forces in Manipur leaving seven dead

The People's Liberation Army, possibly the best-trained, equipped and second largest among all separatist groups in the region, teamed up with a lesser-known Naga group named Manipur Naga People's Front to execute the latest ambush

Arunachal Pradesh: Assam Rifles neutralises three NSCN-KYA militants in encounter
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Arunachal Pradesh: Assam Rifles neutralises three NSCN-KYA militants in encounter

The Assam Rifles has launched several operations against militant organisations after the attack on 46 Assam Rifles in which its Commanding officer, his wife and son and four soldiers were killed last week

After SC rap, Centre agrees to grant permanent commission to women Army officers
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After SC rap, Centre agrees to grant permanent commission to women Army officers

Threatened with contempt action against the Indian Army and its Chief Manoj Mukund Naravane by the Supreme Court over non-compliance of its earlier orders, the defence force agreed on Friday to grant Permanent Commission (PC) to all of its eligible women officers

Police have greater role in border management, says Ajit Doval
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Police have greater role in border management, says Ajit Doval

India's National Security Advisor said that the country's sovereignty goes as far as the last police station's jurisdiction from the coastal areas to the border areas

India ramps up fortifications in Arunachal Pradesh as ties stay troubled
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India ramps up fortifications in Arunachal Pradesh as ties stay troubled

Each side routinely sends patrols into areas claimed or controlled by the other, and India has also accused China of establishing permanent settlements near the border

India’s China strategy is a concoction of reserved diplomacy, backed by a vocal army
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India’s China strategy is a concoction of reserved diplomacy, backed by a vocal army

The earlier practice of serving military chiefs confining themselves essentially to bread and butter defence and service issues and staying clear of issues with foreign policy sensitivities is being redefined

Infantry Day 2021: History and significance of special day for Indian Army
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Infantry Day 2021: History and significance of special day for Indian Army

It was on this day when the first Battalion of the Sikh Regiment reached Srinagar airbase and exhibited extraordinary courage and determination for a fight which is still remembered.

Second edition of Army Commanders' Conference begins today
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Second edition of Army Commanders' Conference begins today

The conference is an institutional platform for conceptual level deliberations, culminating in making important policy decisions for the Indian Army

Thirty-nine women army officers get permanent commission: Why this is a giant leap towards gender equality in Indian military
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Thirty-nine women army officers get permanent commission: Why this is a giant leap towards gender equality in Indian military

The female army officers have got Permanent Commission after winning a legal battle in the Supreme Court, which ordered the government to ensure their new service status is granted within seven working days

From dairy farm near Lahore, son-in-law of remote Kashmiri village plots revival of Lashkar terror campaign
India

From dairy farm near Lahore, son-in-law of remote Kashmiri village plots revival of Lashkar terror campaign

The end of Jammu and Kashmir's special constitutional status was claimed to have ushered in a new Kashmir but the challenges it faces, though, are familiar, old ones

Poonch encounter still underway; at least nine security personnel killed so far
India

Poonch encounter still underway; at least nine security personnel killed so far

The bodies were recovered 48 hours after the Indian army launched a major combing operation in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch

India, US to begin 15-day military exercise in Alaska from Friday
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India, US to begin 15-day military exercise in Alaska from Friday

The 17th edition of the exercise "Yudh Abhyas" will be conducted at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson in Alaska

India must go beyond talkathon, start questioning Chinese claims on Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang
India

India must go beyond talkathon, start questioning Chinese claims on Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang

The 13th round of Corps Commander level talks failed because China is not sincere about ending the military standoff with India.

The Xi-ng Thing: Strategic assessment of failure of India-China military-level talks and what may lie ahead
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The Xi-ng Thing: Strategic assessment of failure of India-China military-level talks and what may lie ahead

Driven by the insecurity of burgeoning India-US ties, China’s assumption has become a self-fulfilling prophecy, leading India and the US towards an ever-tightening strategic embrace

Slew of attacks in J&K points to Pakistan increasing infiltration attempts since Taliban takeover in Afghanistan
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Slew of attacks in J&K points to Pakistan increasing infiltration attempts since Taliban takeover in Afghanistan

Indian and Pakistani troops in February reasserted their commitment to uphold the ceasefire agreement and hold fire along the LoC, which was welcomed by both the separatist and mainstream leaders