India, Pakistan agree to undertake ‘sincere measures’ to ensure peace at borders

In an effort to ensure peace and avoidance of hardships to the civilians along the Line of Control (LoC), the Indian Army on Tuesday agreed with the Pakistani Army’s proposal to undertake “sincere measures” to improve the existing si ... Read More

Army Captain, family attacked in Delhi’s Dwarka

An Indian Army Captain along with his family was brutally beaten by five miscreants in Delhi’s posh locality, Dwarka on May 13. The Captain is deployed in Special Forces had gone to Dwarka City Centr ... Read More

Ramdan: Army to act in Kashmir on specific intelligence info

After the government asked the security forces not to launch counter terror operations in Jammu and Kashmir during the “Ramdan” month, the Indian Army on Wednesday said they will retaliate if their convoy or camp attacked. The Army will d ... Read More

Indian Army Women Officers off to Mt Bhagirathi II

Indian Army Women Officers’ Mountaineering Expedition to Mt Bhagirathi-II (6512 metres) consisting of nine women officers, was flagged off by Director General of Military Training on Monday. The expedition will culminate on June 11. The tea ... Read More

Army Chief to visit Sri Lanka

With objectives to further strengthen the existing bonds of friendship and military cooperation based on mutual interests and understanding, Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat will be visiting for the first time to Sri Lanka ... Read More

Harimau Shakti: Indian, Malaysian armies exercise ends aimed at enhancing jungle warfare skills

The two-week long "Harimau Shakti" joint military exercise with Indian and Malaysian troops testing their preparedness in jungle warfare, culminated in the rainforests of Malaysia on Friday. The second phase o ... Read More

UN Peacekeeping: India, US to train African troops

Aiming to build and enhance the capacity of African nations contributing troops for UN peacekeeping missions, India and the US on Monday kicked off the third edition of a programme to train instructors from these countries. The ... Read More

Eyeing permanent commission for women, Army to create “specialized cadre”

In an effort to resolve the issue of offering permanent commission to women, the Indian Army is mulling to create a “specialized cadre” system so that they can be assigned non-combatant roles. Six branches of the Indian ... Read More

BRO to celebrate 58th Raising Day on May 7

Border Roads Organisation (BRO) will celebrate its 58th Raising Day on May 7 to mark the glorious services given to the nation. BRO, a leader in the arena of infrastructural development in the border areas of the country, was established in 1960 with two ... Read More

Harimau Shakti: Indian & Malaysian Army learn jungle survival techniques

Armies of India and Malaysia on Thursday carried out the training in jungle survival techniques during their ongoing first-ever joint military exercise “Harimau Shakt ... Read More


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