Territorial Army steps in to ensure energy supply in strife-torn Manipur

The 414 Army Service Corps Battalion (Territorial Army) has been pressed into service to ensure energy security to Manipur, which had been hit by deadly ethnic violence this month. The battalion is affiliated to the Indian Oil Corporation’s marketing division and has over 100 IOC employees in it. Read More

Army, Assam Rifles working 24/7 to bring normalcy in Manipur

The Indian Army along with the Assam Rifles are working round the clock to significantly restore peace amid the ongoing clashes in Manipur. Read More

Army to introduce common uniform for brigadier and above ranks

Brigadiers and above ranks of the Indian Army will soon be seen wearing a common uniform irrespective of the parent regiment, the service said. The Army said this was being done to bring a common identity and approach in service matters among the senior leadership of the force. Read More

SC steps in as Manipur death toll touches 60; forces rescue 25,000

The death toll in the ethnic clashes between Manipur’s Meitei people and tribesmen has climbed to 60 in the state, on Monday, even as the Army and the Assam Rifles along with other security forces have stepped up their vigil. On the other hand, the Supreme Court directed the Centre to do everything possible to help the affected people. Read More

‘Ajeya Warrior’: Indian, British armies conduct joint combat drill

Troops of the Indian Army have been in the United Kingdom to participate in joint Indian and British Army military training, Exercise Ajeya Warrior 2023 at Salisbury Plains. Read More

Rajouri encounter update: 5 Army men KIA, op against militants still on

The number of Indian Army soldiers killed in Friday’s encounter with militants in Jammu & Kashmir’s Rajouri sector has climbed to five with three more soldiers succumbing to their injuries at the Army Command Hospital in Udhampur. Read More

In J&K, two Army special forces soldiers killed in anti-militant op

Two Indian Army soldiers were killed and four, including an officer, was injured while carrying out an intelligence-based anti-militant operation in the Kandi forest area of Jammu & Kashmir’s Rajouri sector. India Sentinels has learned that the fallen soldiers belonged to the Army’s 9 Para SF unit. Read More

In Manipur, Army and Assam Rifles deployed to control deadly violence

The Army and the Assam Rifles have been ordered to step in and shoot at sight as last resort to control mobs in Manipur after the dispute between tribal groups and the majority Meitei community over the latter’s demand for “scheduled tribe” status spiralled into deadly and widespread violence. Read More

Army chopper crashes in J&K, 1 airman killed, 2 pilots wounded

An Indian Army Dhruv advanced light helicopter crashed at a remote area in Jammu & Kashmir’s Marwah area in Kishtwar district, on Thursday morning. The accident left an airman, Craftsman (Aviation Tech) Pabballa Anil, dead and the two pilots injured. Read More

In a first, 5 women officers commissioned into Artillery Regiment

The first batch of five women officers was commissioned into the Regiment of Artillery of the Indian Army after their successful completion of training at the Officers Training Academy (OTA) Chennai on Saturday. Read More


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