Indian Army mobilises medical teams to earthquake hit Turkey

Hours after announcement of disaster relief response to earthquake hit Turkiye, the Indian Army has mobilised a Field Hospital to provide medical support to the affected people in the region. Read More

Army changes Agniveer induction process, entrance test introduced

The Indian Army has changed its selection process for new Agniveers. Now, from the next recruitment session, candidates will have to take an online examination first before physical and medical test. For this, an online common entrance examination will be held at 200 locations across the country. Read More

‘National security cannot be confined to the use of state’s coercive power’

National security cannot be confined to the use of the state’s coercive power to overcome domestic and external threats, advisor in the defence ministry Lt Gen VG Khandare (Retired) said that the civil and military cooperation is the need of the hour. Read More

Army looking to acquire new-age tech to enhance combat capabilities

Aiming to further bolster its combat capabilities, the Indian Army has initiated the process of procuring new-age technologies, including tethered drones, jetpack suits, robotic mules, and jammers. Read More

ATGM Nag to be featured on Republic Day parade for first time

Indigenously developed anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) Nag will be featured for the first time in the Indian Army mechanised columns, after conducting final user trials, during the Republic Day parade 2023 on Kartavaya Path in the national capital, on January 26. Read More

R-Day parade: 105mm Indian field guns to replace British-era 25-pounders

With a focus on self-reliance or “Atmanirbharta” in the defence sector, the Indian Army will be replacing British-era 25-pounder guns with the indigenous 105-mm Indian Field Guns (IFG) for offering 21-gun salute to the President and the National Flag on Republic Day. Read More

Exercise Cyclone: Indian, Egyptian army special forces conduct drills in Jaisalmer

The special forces of the Indian and Egyptian armies are undergoing their first-ever joint exercise named “Cyclone – I” at Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. Read More

Army clears women officers for command posts in colonel rank

The Indian Army has cleared the path for women officers to take command posts in the rank of colonel in a bunch of arms and services, officials in the defence establishment revealed. Read More

Northern Army holds seminar for officials to hone tech-warfare skills

Keeping in focus the tech-driven battlefield scenarios the near future presents, the Army conducted a two-day Northern Command Techno Commanders Seminar – 2023 from January 16 at Nagrota Military Station in Jammu. Read More

Serving in Arunachal, mule gets Army chief’s coveted decoration

Mule Hoof No. 122’s steadfastness and obedience saw tonnes of logistics reaching seemingly impossible pockets of the Indian Army’s outposts, some of which are above 15,000 feet above the sea level in Arunachal Pradesh’s cold desert. Read More


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