Army

Lt Gen Mohanty visits Itarana and Niwaru military stations

Jaipur: Southern Army Commander Lt Gen CP Mohanty on Thursday visited Itarana Military Station in Alwar of Rajasthan and reviewed the operational readiness of formation. Read More
 
 

Indian Army asks its personnel to uninstall 89 apps

The Indian Army on Wednesday asked its personnel including officers to remove social media apps from their smart phones concerning over data privacy amid rising tension with China. Read More
 
 

Indian Army provides foods and medical supply to locals in Kishtwar

Amid coronavirus pandemic across the country, Indian Army has provided goods, medical support and essential information about the pandemic to the locals in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. Read More
 
 

Army slams critics for doubting treatment of injured soldiers at Leh hospital

The Indian Army on Saturday said it is unfortunate that some people are casting aspersions on the treatment of Indian soldiers at the Leh hospital where Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a visit a day ago. Read More
 
 

The story of Indian gunners and the Second World War

A brief history of Indian artillery from its early introduction by the Mughals to the modern Indian Army’s Regiment of Artillery. Read More
 
 

Indian Army chief Gen Naravane visits forward areas in eastern Ladakh

Amid border standoff between two Asian giants in eastern Ladakh, Indian Army chief Gen MM Naravane on Wednesday visited forward areas near the LAC and reviewed the operational situation on the ground. Read More
 
 

Army chief Gen Naravane visits Ladakh, reviews ground situation

Chief of Army Staff General MM Naravane reviewed the ground situation near the line of actual control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh during a two-day visit to the Union Territory from Tuesday. Read More
 
 

Army Chief Gen Naravane to visit Leh

In order to review the security scenario in Eastern Ladakh, Indian Army Chief Gen MM Naravane will visit Leh on Tuesday evening. Read More
 
 

Galwan Valley: Construction of bridge may have led to violent face-off between India and China

Construction of 255-km Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldie (DSDBO) road connecting Leh to the Karakoram Pass in Ladakh, including eight bridges and Doklam standoff by India made Chinese upset which subsequently led to violent clash between two Asian giants, wherein 20 Indian soldiers were killed while over 40 Chinese troops suffered casualties. Read More
 
 

Galwan Valley face-off: No soldiers critical

No soldier is in a critical state as of now and all of them will be back on duty in two weeks, sources in the Army said on Thursday. Read More
 
 

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