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India in final stages of setting up Defence Cyber Agency

Lt Gen M M Naravane said that the Armed Forces were alive to cyber threats which necessitated a cyber agency that will be set up by pooling talent from all three services - Army, Air Force and Navy.

National Defence Academy may admit girls soon, says Subhash Bhamre

Bhamre was speaking at the inauguration of the newly sanctioned Industrial Training Institute (ITI) — the first in Pune Cantonment.

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Govt doing everything to make India proud on security, defence fronts: NSA Chief Ajit Doval

The NSA Chief was speaking at the launch of "The Nationalist", a biography of A M Naik, chairman of L&T, written by Minhaz Merchant.

Forces capable to handle any situation on border: V K Singh

On the Dokalam stand-off, V K Singh said he was thankful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for finding a diplomatic solution to the issue.

At least 6 top commanders among 132 militants killed in J&K this year: Official figures

The list of militants and terrorists killed in last seven months till August 9 includes: 38 LeT militants , 37 Hizb terrorists along with three of the al-Qeada-linked Zakir Musa group, and another 54 unidentified militants.

Armed Forces veterans write open letter to PM Modi: Condemn targeting of Muslims, Dalits

In the letter the Armed Forces veterans said they stand with the ‘Not in My Name’ campaign and that the Armed Forces stand for "Unity in Diversity". They added the current situation in the country is that of fear, intimidation, hate and suspicion.

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From Siachen to South China Sea, Indian armed forces observe International Yoga Day

From ice-capped Siachen, the highest battlefield in the world, to the warships in the contentious South China Sea, Indian armed forces today joined the International Yoga Day celebrations.

A story from Taranto

One of the elderly ladies told us how she was being chased by two Allied soldiers when an Indian soldier intervened and protected her.

A khaki overhaul

Higher Muslim representation alone won’t address the minority’s mistrust of police.

Shalija Dhami to be first IAF woman to graduate as Flying Instructor

Dhami will be among the 44 officers to qualify from the Flying Instructors' School in Chennai.

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