Lok Sabha polls: Narendra Modi to address rallies in Maharashtra's Nashik and Nandurbar districts on 22 April
Narendra Modi will address the rally in Dindori first followed by another one in Nandurbar on 22 April
IAF quality audit in 2013 blamed UPA, NDA govts of inaction to address issues of fund crunch, vintage aircraft
The 2013 confidential quality audit report of the IAF clearly indicts the decision makers in the UPA and previous governments including NDA 1 headed by Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Grenade blast in Jammu: Satya Pal Malik announces Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia to kin of deceased, Rs 20,000 each to those injured
Malik condemned the attack at the Jammu bus stand .He conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and also wished for the speedy recovery to those injured.
Devendra Fadnavis meets Anna Hazare in Maharashtra's Ralegan Siddhi, supports social activist's demand to set up Lokpal, Lokayuktas
Hazare claimed that senior BJP leaders who once vehemently backed his Lokpal demand had turned 'allergic' to it after coming to power.
Centre charges Kerala Rs 102 crore for using IAF aircraft, choppers during 2018 flood rescue and relief operations
The Centre has forwarded a bill of Rs 102 crore to the Kerala government for the use of Indian Air Force aircraft and helicopters for flood relief operations in the state, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Monday.
PM Narendra Modi to deliver last Independence Day speech of term; address to include topics of education, reservation system
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unfurl the national flag and address the nation from the historic Red Fort on the 72nd Independence Day on Wednesday.
In the allocations for the Indian Air Force, the committee said for the current year 2018-19, the Air Force had made a projection of Rs 1,14,526 crore while the allocation is only to the tune of Rs 65,891 crore.
The government on Monday said it is enhancing military infrastructure including surveillance facilities along the borders with China and Pakistan in view of threat perception.
Nirmala Sitharaman says China building helipads, trenches for its army personnel at Doka La face-off site
Indian and Chinese troops have "redeployed" themselves away from the face-off site in Doka La, and China has undertaken construction of helipads, sentry posts and trenches for its army personnel there, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said
Cyclone Ockhi aftermath: As many as 845 lives rescued, 661 still missing, Nirmala Sitharaman tells Lok Sabha
Defence forces involved in rescue operations when Cyclone Ockhi battered south India saved 845 lives, Nirmala Sitharaman told Lok Sabha
Exclusive: Menial jobs, poor rations affect jawans, but army does little to boost morale, says 2007 internal report
A particular issue the report touches upon, are problems with the RR, the primary counter-insurgency force which guards the fencing behind the LoC.
Ram Nath Kovind and prime minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hailed the air warriors and extended greetings on the occasion of 85th Air Force Day
Union Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre said on Thursday that the army will be provided all support to ensure that it is fully equipped to give a blow to the adversary as and when required.
Bhamre commended the alertness of the troops deployed along the LoC and appreciated their efforts in foiling "nefarious designs of inimical forces"
Union Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre on Sunday said he hoped Nirmala Sitharaman's appointment as the new defence minister will speed up the process of induction of women in combat roles in the armed forces.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Army has formulated social media rules for serving personnel, says Centre
The Indian Army has formulated a policy on the use of social media by its serving personnel which lists out dos and don'ts, the government on Friday said.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Centre says 10 army establishments in Jammu and Kashmir attacked since 2014
There has been a total of 10 attacks on army establishments in Jammu and Kashmir, resulting in the deaths of 38 soldiers, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.
Around 10,220 acres of defence land is under encroachment across the country, including by various agencies of the central and state governments, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday.
Five security personnel have been killed and 21 injured in 251 cases of ceasefire violations by Pakistan in 2017, the government informed the Lok Sabha on Friday.
India said the border standoff between armies of India and China at the Sikkim sector can be resolved diplomatically.