Kashmir is not an integral part of India – Anti-National JNU Professor; A police complaint has been filed by the registrar of the Jai Narain Vyas University in Jodhpur against Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) professor Nivedita Menon over her remarks about Kashmir and the Indian Army during a seminar organised by the Department of English.
Indian Army Making the Ultimate Sacrifice :When countless liberals in India were busy debating the contours of nationalism, Indian soldiers were braving the extremes from the Siachin, the highest and coldest battlefield in the world at an average altitude of 20,000 feet, to uncertain situations along the Indo-Pak border in J&K and elsewhere.
PoK land on Rent by the Indian Army; The CBI is investigating officials who have allegedly been taking money from the exchequer on the pretence of paying rent for land located in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, which they showed through forged documents as being rented by Army personnel, sources said.
India need not worry about Pakistan’s fake video of Babur Missile Launch; Last month, Pakistan’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) announced the successful test of the country’s first Submarine-Launched Cruise Missile (SLCM), Babur-3. Tested from an underwater mobile platform, the reportedly nuclear-capable SLCM hit the target accurately.
Indo-UK made new Hawk Combat Aircraft looks to take on China; India and the United Kingdom have jointly developed a combat ready aircraft that will be on offer to neighbouring countries, countering growing Chinese penetration of the defence market in the region.
No compromise on Kashmir, PoK is ours: PM Modi at all-party meet; An all-party meeting called to discuss the recent violence in Kashmir unanimously rejected a move by the UNHRC to send a team to the state to investigate alleged human rights violations by Indian security forces.
Pakistan is on suicidal course: Kashmiri Activist; Condemning Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s statement on Kashmir being a ‘dispute’ between India and Pakistan, Kashmiri activist Sushil Pandit on Monday said that Pakistan is on a suicidal course and a strong Pakistan is in India’s interest.
PM to travel to Russia in June, reaffirm ties; Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be travelling to Russia in June as a reaffirmation of the ties between the two countries.
Urgent Arms deals of Rs 20,000 crore inked to keep Forces Combat Ready; India is finally taking steps to make its armed forces fighting fit. The country has inked a flurry of emergency deals for ammunition and spares worth around Rs 20,000 crore over the last two to three months to ensure its fighters and tanks, infantry and warships, are all ready to go to battle at short notice.
Iran, India trade charges on delay of Chabahar port; The Budget may have allotted Rs 150 crore for the development of Chabahar port in Iran, but it may not be enough to bring the long delayed project back to life as Tehran has not yet submitted a proposal for release of the fund despite several reminders, some officials say.
Pak’s empathy for Kashmir is just ‘crocodile tears’: Bangladesh Minister; Terming Pakistan’s “empathy” for Kashmir as “crocodile tears”, a senior Bangladeshi minister on Sunday said Pakistan should apologize for 1971 genocide it committed before talking about Kashmir.
Pakistan thanks India after Kashmiri boy reunited with mother; Pakistan has sent a rare message of thanks to arch-rival India after a five-year-old boy who was taken to India by his father nearly a year ago was reunited with his Pakistani mother.
atrocities by govt through ISI on innocent citizens; Pakistan has been exposed once again that too by its own people. A huge protest erupted in Islamabad on Sunday atrocities by Pakistan government and ISI on the innocent citizens.
National Defence Academy sets up ‘Pakistan Info Room’; If you know your enemies and yourself, you will not be imperilled in a hundred battles -Sun Tzu, the author of The Art of War Taking a cue from the adage, the National Defence Academy has recently set up a “Pakistan Info Room” for providing information to its cadets regarding the neighbour’s army.
UN seeks India’s nominee for anti-terror panel; India has been asked to send the name of its nominee for inclusion in a global team to assist a United Nations committee which decides on banning terror outfits and their leaders.
UAE and India revive old and faltering friendship; The Republic Day parade this year was marked by the presence of Crown Prince of the UAE Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, and the participation by a contingent of the UAE armed forces.
China should not fear the deepening ties between US, India, says State Department; Responding to question related to China expressing concern about India and U.S. signing a logistic agreement, U.S. State Department spokesman John Kirby said at his media briefing that while he had not seen the details of the said agreement, no country should have any fears about such pacts.
An outdated system of centrally procuring, transporting and supplying food items like rice, wheat, pulses etc to the 13-lakh-strong Indian Army in locations including 62 cantonments and many non-cantonment military units across the length and breadth of the country is costing much more than the cost of the food items.
In the last year of school, every young boys or girl cherishes a dream to be a soldier of his or her country, particularly when they see the rank, post or honour of a soldier they fix their mind to join Indian army.
Chinese military activity will not be allowed at the Hambantota port considering concerns from India, Sri Lankan ambassador here said today, playing down protests by hundreds of opposition supporters over handing of 80 per cent stakes of the strategic port to a Chinese firm