CRPF Forces hit back : Kill 20 Naxals in Bijapur encounter;
In major operations against Maoists, 20 Naxalites were killed by security agencies in Chattisgarh’s Bijapur on Sunday. “About 350 jawans part of the Operation, first time saw Maoists wearing COBRA uniform, 20 naxals have been killed in Operation,” IG, CRPF was quoted as saying by ANI.
Pakistan should be friends with India, Afghanistan; will not let Sharif govt wage war, ex-President Zardari says; Former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari on Sunday said that he will not let the current government wage a war with its neighbours. Zardari added that he was in favour of good relations with Pakistan’s neighbouring countries and criticised current Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
With strong Navy and Army Base, ‘Andamans should be developed as Commercial Hub’ The earliest archaeological evidence of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, which is one of the seven union territories of India, goes back about 2,200 years.
IIT-Bombay develops first indigenous thermal imaging devices – Crucial for Defence Night-vision devices like goggles or telescopes are a key part of modern military and security operations. Whether you’ve seen them in movies or television shows or read about
them in novels, the concept has been around for a number of years.
Indian Army likely to hit Pakistan back with ‘Surgical Strike’ very soon : Rajnath Singh Hinting that India will strike back against Pakistan in response to beheading of its soldiers,Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said it should not be presumed that “nothing is happening”.
How afraid should India be of North Korea as things stand today
With threats of a pre-emptive strike by the United States, the confrontation is intensifying in the Korean peninsula. North Korea’s multiple missile launches beginning March 6 into the Sea of Japan, along with failed nuclear capable ballistic missile firings a month later, reflect the hardening of postures.
Japan-India Nuclear Pact clears Lower House despite opposition concerns A civilian nuclear cooperation pact between Japan and India cleared the Lower House on Tuesday, paving the way for Tokyo to export nuclear power equipment and technology to the fast-growing economy not part of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Map showing Aksai Chin as ‘disputed area’ to be changed soon, says NCERT After various media report claiming that Aksai Chin is shown as part of China in a Class 12 political science textbook of National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), the council has recently clarified the while issue and said that the map was not of India, but ofEast and Southeast Asia.
Indian teen designs ‘KalamSat,’ World’s lightest satellite that will be launched by NASA; Not long ago, talk of a satellite that would fit into a cube and weigh 64 grams, would have been dismissed as sci-fi and deemed impossible to make in the real life.
Indian Navy signs MoU with Space Application CentreThe Indian Navy and Ahmedabad- based Space Application Centre (SAC) today inked a pact on data sharing and scientific cooperationin the field of meteorology and oceanology.
WATCH: Pakistani man threatens PM Modi and Indian army, leaves Indians having a good laugh Pakistani man threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a video and it is leaving Indians in splits. In a video posted by Crazy India on YouTube, a Pakistani man is seen threatening the Indian army and the PM to stay away from Pakistan as they can easily handle the Indian army and apparently, chop their bodies off.