Caterpillar ATVs to transport ITBP men along China border soon; After SUVs and snow scooters, ITBP troops deployed along the Sino-
India frontier will soon have all-terrain amphibious ‘caterpillar’ vehicles to undertake patrols and operational movements in the icy
heights of the region.
For the last one week, hundreds of young men have lined up outside military camps in north Kashmir. Unlike familiar scenes of
confrontation between security forces and crowds, these young men have come to join the Army.
China’s Economy is five times India’s GDP, it spends 6-8 times more on Defence; Dealing with China on security and economic issues is
crucial for India but even if “we are no pushover, we cannot get provocative,” asserted G Parthasarathy, Visiting Professor at the
Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.
WHEN BANGLADESH Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina travels to India next month from April 7 to 10, she will begin the process of honouring
families of Indian soldiers killed in the 1971 Bangladesh liberation war, The Indian Express has learnt.
India eyes Dhruv’s foreign market; As part of efforts to enhance defence cooperation and boost exports with friendly countries, India
is in discussions with Sri Lanka and several Southeast Asian nations for the supply of Dhruv, the indigenously developed advanced
light helicopter (ALH).
DCNS India, the Indian subsidiary of French naval major DCNS, on Friday said it has contributed to the Clean Ganga Fund.
Indian Army to buy special gloves for high altitude regions; The army has initiated the process of procuring specialised leather
gloves (two layered) for soldiers deployed in high altitude (HA) areas, a top defence source told TOI.
BJP MLA Mangal Prabhat Lodha today demanded that Jinnah House, the residence of Pakistan’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah in south
Mumbai, be demolished and a cultural centre be built in its place.
India Aims to Export Its Home Grown Multi-Role Helicopter to 40 Countries; India’s Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar has unveiled the
full scale model of Indian Multi Role Helicopter (IMRH) at 11th edition of Aero India in Bengaluru. India’s government owned company
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited aims to indigenously develop 12-ton class IMRH
Forget North Korea: A Nuclear War Betweeen India and Pakistan Should Terrify You; While the United States is preoccupied by the
threat of nuclear weapons in the hands of potential adversaries such as Russia, China or North Korea, the danger of nuclear conflict
may actually be greatest between two of its allies, Pakistan and India.
China Gets Cozier With Pakistan Again And, Yes, India Should Worry; A 90-member delegation from the People’s Liberation Army of China
took part in Pakistan’s annual Republic Day events Thursday not just as a routine diplomatic gesture.
Gen Rawat to discuss Nepal Army’s upgrade; International peacekeeping is likely to emerge as the focus of military collaboration
between India and Nepal in the coming years, a senior diplomatic source in Kathmandu said on Sunday.
Kerala ‘IS module’ plotted to target Hindu leaders: Nabbed member to NIA; Moinudheen Parakadavath, a resident of Kasargod and an
important link in the Kerala Islamic State (IS) module of 22 missing persons, including women and children who travelled to
Afghanistan, has told the NIA and central intelligence agencies that members
2 Hizb militants killed while trying to ambush police party; Two Hizbul Mujahideen militants were today killed when they tried to
ambush a police party that included three officers of the rank of superintendent of police in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.