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Pakistani Army claims Indian politician copies its song and dedicates it to Indian armed forces

Thakur Raja Singh Lodh, a BJP member of the Telangana legislative assembly representing the Goshamahal constituency in Hyderabad, had tweeted, "My new song which will be released on 14th April at 11:45 AM on the occasion of #SriRamNavami is dedicated to our #IndianArmy forces."

Indian Army recruitment 2019: Apply for 40 jobs for engineers; eligibility, application, exam date

Indian Army recruitment 2019: Apply for 40 jobs for engineers at The application process has begun and will close on May 9, 2019.


Explained: How closing J&K highway to civilian traffic impacts life in Valley

The government has cited the recent suicide bombing of a security forces convoy in Pulwama -- which killed 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel -- as the reason for restricting traffic.

Former Navy Chief writes to EC against Adityanath's 'Modiji ki sena' remark

"The Armed Forces are NOT a private force belonging to any individual or political party, and therefore any suggestion to that effect is completely unacceptable," former Navy Chief Admiral L Ramdas stated in his letter to CEC Sunil Arora.

Indian Army JCO final result 2019 declared: How to download, documents required, medical requirement

Indian Army JCO final result declared at A total of 14 candidates have been shortlisted for the interview round which is scheduled to be conducted from April 22 to April 24, 2019.

Railways, FCI, Indian Army: Latest govt jobs to apply in March

Given below is a list of jobs whose recruitment process will end in the month of March, along with their eligibility, selection procedure and salary details


Army orders inquiry against Brigadier for ‘irregularities’

The inquiry will investigate allegations of financial and procedural irregularities made against him.

J&K: Soldier killed in firing along LoC in Poonch

Pakistani troops have resorted to ceasefire violations along the LoC in Poonch and Rajouri districts for the past one week.

J&K: 12-year-old boy held hostage, killed despite mother’s appeal to militants

Until Friday morning, Shareefa Jan, held hope that her 12-year-old son, Atif Mir, might come out alive amid the raging gunfight between militants and security forces in north Kashmir’s Hajin village. But when the 24-hour gun battle ended in the afternoon, that hope shattered.

One soldier killed, 3 injured in Pak shelling in Jammu’s Rajouri

The deceased jawan was identified as rifleman Karamjeet Singh, 24, of Janer village in Punjab’s Moga district.

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Hiring in Indian Army: Check latest job notification

On Indian Army day, here is a pictorial tribute to the Indian Bravehearts. If you also want to make your country proud, check how to join the men in Olive green. Check, latest Indian Army SSC 2019 recruitment details.

Siachen avalanche: Hanamanthappa and the other nine soldiers who died

The Siachen avalanche has now claimed 10 lives with the death of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa on February 10


Many dead in Arnia encounter in Jammu and Kashmir

The area was immediately cordoned and searches launched.

Remembering Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw

Born on April 3, 1914 at Amritsar in Punjab, Late Sam Manekshaw was the first Indian Army officer to have been promoted to the rank of Field Marshal.

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Tracking the damage done by IEDs: News in Numbers

With Maoists increasingly using Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in their operations, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has turned to the Army for lessons from its experience in J&K.

'It doesn't help when 14-16 leaders sit on stage and blast PM Modi. It allows him to play victim... Must work at state-level'

In this edition of Idea Exchange Former J&K chief minister Omar Abdullah expresses concern over the recent political killings in Jammu and Kashmir and says that the Centre's lack of clarity on J&K is worrying.


What it takes to go on the Amarnath Yatra

What it takes to complete the 6-day-long Amarnath Yatra to the cave shrine in the Himalayas. See more:


INS Viraat on final journey, docks at Chennai port

Chennai, Feb 15 (ANI): The world’s oldest active aircraft carrier, INS Viraat, is on its final journey.It was docked at Chennai port on Monday before it is due to be decommissioned later this year. The ship entered service on May 12, 1987 and is also affiliated to the Garhwal Rifles (infantry regiment) of the Indian Army. The navy’s aircraft carrier guarded India's maritime borders for nearly 60 years. Captain said that the cost of maintaining and running it is becoming more than the cost benefited. With the time all the machineries get old. Kochi INS Vikrant is likely to replace INS Viraat. The mighty aircraft carrier has seen 18 Commanding Officers of which three went on to become Chiefs of Naval Staff. The ship has done over 40,000 hours of steaming and traversed over 5,00,000 nautical miles across the proverbial seven seas. The ship has undertaken over 20,000 hours of flying from its deck.

Lance Naik's condition worsened despite all measures: R.R. Hospital

New Delhi, Feb 11 (ANI): The Research and Referral Hospital of the Indian Army on Thursday said Lance Naik Hanamanthapa's neuro functions and heart functions worsened despite all precautions, eventually leading to his death. R.R. Hospital Director Lt. Gen. Duhan said when they received Lance Naik Hanamthappa in an intubated state on February 9, his body temperature was normal but his blood pressure was very low. Lt. Gen Duhan further said that all these cells, which had already become fragile and consisted of toxin because of working in very cold environment without glucose and oxygen, had produced a lot amount of toxins. Four days after he was found alive in Siachen, Lance Naik Hanamanthappa died in the hospital on Thursday morning.

PM Modi meets Siachen lone survivor

New Delhi, Feb 09 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday went to meet Indian Army soldier Lance Naik Hanumanthappa at RR hospital in New Delhi. Naik is the lone survivor out of group of ten soldiers, who were wiped out by an avalanche in the Siachen last week. He was found after the army rescue team in Siachen spotted a body in an enclosed sphere under 25ft of snow.

Service chiefs attended Army Day Parade

New Delhi, Jan 15 (ANI): Indian Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Robin K Dhowan and Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha attended the Army Day Parade in the national capital on the occasion of Army Day on Friday. Army Day, which is being observed today, was the day when Lt. General (later Field Marshal) KM Cariappa became the first Indian Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army post Independence in 1949. This day inspires the troops to continue to enrich the glorious traditions of the Indian Army with their dedication and sacrifice.