Indian Army

Soldier arrested in Meerut for espionage

MEERUT: A soldier has been arrested from the Cantonment area here in Uttar Pradesh on charges of passing on military information to Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI, an official said on Wednesday.

Governor's rule not to affect anti-terror operations: Army chief

NEW DELHI: The imposition of governors rule in Jammu and Kashmir will not affect anti-terror operations, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Wednesday and noted that there was no political interference.

Army kills 6 militants on LoC

SRINAGAR: The Indian Army shot dead six militants in Jammu and Kashmir's Keran sector when they tried to sneak into India.

Gunfight near LoC, two soldiers injured

SRINAGAR: Two soldiers were injured on Thursday in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district in a gunfight with militants trying to sneak into the state from Pakistan.

CRPF trooper killed in Jharkhand shootout

RANCHI: A CRPF trooper was killed during a shootout here with Maoists on Thursday, police said.

Pakistani rangers continue shelling in J&K

JAMMU: The Pakistani rangers on Tuesday continued shelling on the international border (IB) in the Jammu and Samba districts of Jammu and Kashmir affecting 30 BSF border outposts and some two dozen villages, police said.

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu, Samba

JAMMU: Pakistani rangers have violated ceasefire on the international border (IB) in Jammu and Samba districts.

Five killed, 10 injured in Pakistani shelling in Jammu district

JAMMU: Five people, including four civilians and a BSF trooper, were killed and 10 others injured on Friday in Pakistani shelling and firing on the international border in Jammu district, officials said.

BSF trooper killed in Pakistani firing in J&K

JAMMU: Boarder Security Force (BSF) trooper was killed and six others, including a BSF officer and five civilians, were injured in Pakistan firing on the international border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.

Army patrol attacked in J&K

SRINAGAR: An army patrol was attacked on Friday by militants in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district. No casualties were reported.

Capt Bana Singh PVC other war veterans inspire students with engaging narratives

CHANDIGARH: War veterans, including Captain Bana Singh PVC, on Friday shared their inspiring experiences of the battlefield with students to motivate them to join the Indian Army. More than 1000 students from Mohali, Patiala, Fatehgarh Sahib and Rupnagar participated in the 'Children’s Samvadh' during the Military Literature Festival to create awareness among them about the armed forces and their rich legacy.

Spectacular horseship leaves audience awed at Military Literature Festival

CHANDIGARH: A spectacular display of horsemanship skills, amid the musical chants of the Punjab Police brass band and the bag pipers of the Indian Army, on Wednesday added a new thrill to the forthcoming Military Literature Festival in Chandigarh.

Military must be kept away from politics: Army Chief

NEW DELHI: The military should be kept away from politics, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said on Wednesday. Speaking at a seminar here, Rawat said: "Of late we have been seeing that politicisation of military has been taking place.

Tales of fierce battles, humors anecdotes mark concluding day of Military Parley

CHANDIGARH: Stories of hair-raising battles, and humorous anecdotes from on and off the battle grounds, marked the second day of the Military Parley, as preparations for the Inaugural Military Literature Festival continued to pick up momentum.

Rare photos, artefacts bring alive Indian Army's history and accomplishments
CHANDIGARH: The journey of the Indian Army and its role in securing and building the nation has been brought alive through rare photographs and artefacts on display at the Museum Art Gallery here.
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