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Indian Army beats back Pakistani attack along LoC, slays 2 militants

Indian Army beats back Pakistani attack along LoC, slays 2 militants

The Indian Army on Friday said its troops foiled an attack by a Pakistani border action team (BAT) while on patrol along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir’s Uri sector, killing two militants.

Eastern Fleet Ships On Overseas Deployment To Indonesia

Eastern Fleet Ships On Overseas Deployment To Indonesia

In pursuance of India’s ‘Act East Policy’, Indian Naval Ships Sahyadri, Shivalik, Jyoti and Kamorta under the command of Rear Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta, YSM, VSM, the Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet are on an overseas deployment to the South East Asia and Southern Indian Ocean.

Exclusive Opinion Piece : Measures To Improve India-China Relations, By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd.)

Exclusive Opinion Piece : Measures To Improve India-China Relations, By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd.)

Earlier in this four part series, we had seen the divergences and convergences in the bilateral relationship between India and China and the present state of cooperation.

Sanjay Mitra Takes Over as the New Defence Secretary

Sanjay Mitra Takes Over as the New Defence Secretary

Sanjay Mitra, the 1982 batch IAS officer, West Bengal Cadre took over as the new Defence Secretary on May 24th, succeeding G Mohan Kumar, who retired on Thursday. ​He will get a fixed tenure of two years as the defence secretary.

Win Indian Wars With Indian Solutions: Lt Gen Subrata Saha, Retired DCOAS

Win Indian Wars With Indian Solutions: Lt Gen Subrata Saha, Retired DCOAS

The General officer recently retired as the Deputy Chief of Army Staff (P&S) after a chequered career in the Army.

US, India To Revive ‘New Silk Road’ To Counter China’s Belt And Road Project

US, India To Revive ‘New Silk Road’ To Counter China’s Belt And Road Project

The US has revived two major infrastructure projects in South and Southeast Asia in which India would be a vital player, a move that could potentially act as a counter to China’s ambitious Belt and Road initiative.

Indian cabinet approves policy for strategic partnerships in defence

Indian cabinet approves policy for strategic partnerships in defence

India approved on Wednesday a long-awaited policy to boost local defence manufacturing by effectively picking industry champions that would tie up with foreign players and make high-tech defence equipment.

Update On Su-30 Search Operation

Update On Su-30 Search Operation

The search and rescue operations were resumed at daybreak today.

Seven Sukhoi-30 planes crashed since induction into IAF in 1997

Seven Sukhoi-30 planes crashed since induction into IAF in 1997

A frontline aircraft of the Indian Air Force, seven Sukhoi-30 fighter planes have crashed since their induction into the IAF in 1997.

Indian Army sends strong message to Islamabad, strikes Pakistani posts along LoC

Indian Army sends strong message to Islamabad, strikes Pakistani posts along LoC

The Indian Army has carried out massive fire assaults across the Line of Control, causing significant damage to Pakistan Army posts.