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The Death Trap: 1962 operation in Galwan-Chang Chenmo sector

In all wars, there are always unsung heroes whose tales of grit, valour, and extraordinary feats while facing unimaginable adversities get buried never to see the light of the day. This is an effort to bring out to the world one such story from 1962 India-China war that took place in the cold desert of Ladakh. 1962 operation in Galwan-Chang Chenmo sector. Read More

First successful test of DRDO’s power take-off shaft conducted on LCA

The first successful flight-test of power take-off (PTO) shaft was conducted on the light combat aircraft Tejas’s limited series production – 3 aircraft in Bengaluru, the defence ministry said in a release. Read More

‘Bold Kurukshetra’: Indian and Singapore armies’ joint drill ends

The Indian Army and its Singaporean counterpart have concluded the 13th edition of their weeklong joint wargames – “Exercise Bold Kurukshetra”. Read More

INS Dronacharya to be awarded prestigious President’s Colour

The Indian Navy’s Kochi-based gunnery school, INS Dronacharya, will be awarded the prestigious President’s Colour by the president, Droupadi Murmu, on Thursday. Read More

Anjali Kaur, USAID deputy assistant administrator for Asia, visits India

Anjali Kaur, the US Agency for International Development deputy assistant administrator for the Asia bureau, is currently on a visit to India, the US embassy here said in a statement. Read More

‘La Perouse’: Joint naval drill between France, UK, Quad nations begins

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) nations’ maritime forces along with the navies of France and the United Kingdom have begun their third edition of the multilateral “Exercise La Perouse” in the Indian Ocean Region from Monday. Read More

Anthony Albanese, Australian prime minister, visits INS Vikrant

The prime minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, went on board India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant, in Mumbai, on Thursday. The Australian prime minister is currently on a visit to India. Read More

Young Australian military officers visit elite Shatrujeet Brigade in Agra

As part of the General Bipin Rawat Australia-India Young Defence Officers’ Exchange Programme instituted in honour of India’s first chief of defence staff, a 15-member Australian contingent, including four female officers from the Australian military’s three services visited the Agra-based Indian Army’s Parachute Regiment’s Shatrujeet Brigade along with 15 selected officers from the Indian military. Read More

TROPEX exercise: 70 ships, 6 subs and 75 aircraft participated

A total of 70 warships, six submarines and 75 aircraft participated in the Indian Navy’s largest exercise TROPEX, which culminated in the Arabian Sea on March 4. Read More

Navy’s ALH ditches off Mumbai coast, inquiry ordered

Indian Navy Advanced Landing Helicopter (ALH) had ditched off Mumbai coast during a routine sorties on Wednesday. Read More


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