In Jammu’s Doda, Army loses major, 3 jawans in encounter with militants

Four Indian Army soldiers, including a major, were killed in action during an intense encounter with militants in the Desa forest area of Jammu & Kashmir’s Doda district, which falls in the Jammu region. Read More

Ladakh Scouts: IA regiment with men from nearly every Ladakhi family

This regiment, which is also known as Snow Warriors and Snow Leopards, is composed of young men from Leh and Kargil districts. Read More

Gen Upendra Dwivedi assumes command as Army’s 30th chief

General Upendra Dwivedi has officially taken the reins as the 30th chief of the Indian Army. Read More

General Manoj Pande gets one-month extension as Army chief

The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has granted a one-month extension in service to the chief of the Army staff, General Manoj Pande. Read More

Israeli forces kill former Indian Army officer working for UN in Gaza

Colonel Waibhav Anil Kale (retired), a former Indian Army officer, was working for the United Nations department of safety and security when Israeli forces attacked his vehicle at Rafah. Read More

40 Years of Op Meghdoot: A legacy of valour on world’s highest battlefield

The Indian Army marked the 40th anniversary of Operation Meghdoot, on April 13. This operation, launched in 1984, was a strategic triumph that resulted in India gaining strategic control of the Siachen Glacier – the world’s highest battlefield. Read More

Army to ramp up innovation with ADB expansion, testing infrastructure

The Indian Army is gearing up for a technological leap with plans to significantly expand its Army Design Bureau and establish new infrastructure dedicated to testing and innovation. Read More

Poonch civilians’ custodial deaths: Army says probe at advanced stage

The Indian Army said it has initiated a court of inquiry into the custodial deaths. The CoI is at an advanced stage, and strict action will be taken against those found guilty of lapses. Read More

Army expects government nod for advanced 155mm artillery guns soon

The Indian Army is poised to bolster its artillery firepower along the northern borders, specifically in response to the ongoing tensions with China. Read More

Indian Army and J&K Police launch integrated training programme

In a move towards bolstering security and enhancing coordinated operational effectiveness in the region, the Indian Army, in collaboration with the Jammu & Kashmir Police, has initiated a joint training program at the White Knight Corps Battle School in Bhalra, Doda. Read More


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