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China pitches tent in India


New Delhi: Despite Chinese troops positioning themselves for about a week at a tented post deep inside Indian territory at the Daulat Beg Oldi sector in eastern Ladakh, China said on Monday that ther

Army opens Fort area at Maha Kumbh site

Allahabad: The all-embracing spirit of Maha Kumbh has caught on with the armed forces which have thrown open up parts of a fort built by Mughal Emperor Akbar at the holy Sangam, giving pilgrims and t

Indian troops vigilant at border after Pakistan violates ceasefire

Jammu: Tension today prevailed along the India, Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir where Army was on alert after repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops.
Reportedly, Pakistan is mobilisin

Army foils infiltration bid; 2 militants, 3 jawans killed

Army on Wednesday foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kupwara district of north Kashmir, killing two militants while three Army jawans were also killed.

"A major infiltratio

Truck mows down two

An army man and his daughter were crushed to death by a concrete mixer truck near the Gachibowli flyover on Sunday afternoon.

The victims, Rama-swami, 47, a havildar at the Artillery Centre at Langa

Another battle for next Army Chief

The dust has hardly settled after former Army Chief Gen V K Singh's court battle with the Government when another General is planning to move court to seek elevation as an Army Commander from June 1 w

Last man standing to protect country

Today, we are sleeping peacefully in our respective homes because we have thousands of infantrymen guarding the borders staying awake. Be it the coldest Siachen or Kargil or Thar desert, the soldiers

6 Army Generals ‘wasted’ Rs 100 cr

An internal defence audit by the government’s defence accounts wing has claimed losses of over Rs 100 crore in spendings by six army commanders between 2009 and 2011, but the force has contested th

Rats nibble at injured Army officer's feet

The Army has ordered a probe after a shocking incident in which rats bit at the feet of a young paralysed Army officer as he lay on his hospital bed at the Army Base Hospital at Delhi Cantonment, defe

Can’t ban training of Lankan army men: SC

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to restrain the Centre from training Sri Lankan armed forces saying it is a policy matter of the government and it cannot interfere with it.

A bench headed by just

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