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Air Marshal C HARIKUMAR takes over as AOC-IN-C, Western Air Command (WAC)

Air Marshal C HARIKUMAR takes over as AOC-IN-C, Western Air Command (WAC)

Team DefenceAviationPost Air Marshal C Harikumar AVSM VM VSM took over as AOC-in-C, Western Air Command (WAC), today. The Air Marshal was accorded a ceremonial guard of honor on his arrival at HQ WAC. Air Marshal Harikumar was commissioned in the IAF in the year 1979. A Qualified Flying Instructor and a Fighter Combat Leader, […]

Prepared for a two front war with Pak and China but would prefer co-operation than confrontation : Gen Bipin Rawat

Prepared for a two front war with Pak and China but would prefer co-operation than confrontation : Gen Bipin Rawat

While making it clear that Indian Armed Forces were capable and prepared to go for a two front war if need arises, Gen Rawat said he prefers co-operation than confrontation. He said while we (India, Pakistan and China) may be competing with each other for space and economic development and prosperity, there are also areas of co-operation which he said should be our focus.

Successful Test Flights Of Agni-5 By DRDO

Successful Test Flights Of Agni-5 By DRDO

Agni-5, the Long Range Surface-to-Surface Ballistic Missile was successfully flight tested by the Defence Reasearch and Development Organisation (DRDO) at 1100hrs from Dr. Abdul Kalam Island, Odisha on Monday, December 26, 2016.

India Approves $3.2 billion Purchase Plan to Boost Night Warfare of Armed Forces

India Approves $3.2 billion Purchase Plan to Boost Night Warfare of Armed Forces

India had lost 51 soldiers in militant attacks and cross-border firing since it conducted the “surgical strikes” on terrorist launch pads inside Pakistan. The Indian Army has sought a variety of night vision devices for its infantry to minimize similar losses in future.

Pathankot NIA probe exposes JeM links in many J&K blasts last year

Pathankot NIA probe exposes JeM links in many J&K blasts last year

NEW DELHI | MOHALI: The NIA chargesheet in the Pathankot terror attack case not only provides evidence on the strike at the IAF base but also links its perpetrator Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) with blasts in Tangdhar, Samba, Kathua and Rajbagh in J&K last year. The main handler of the Pathankot attackers, Kashif Jan, had claimed in […]

3 Soldiers Killed in Militant Attack on Army Convoy in J&K’s Pampore

3 Soldiers Killed in Militant Attack on Army Convoy in J&K’s Pampore

Three soldiers were killed and one seriously injured when militants opened fire at an army convoy in Pampore town along the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway on Saturday.

Change Of Guards: Lt Gen Bipin Rawat Will Be The New Army Chief

Change Of Guards: Lt Gen Bipin Rawat Will Be The New Army Chief

Coming at a time when the country has faced a high level of insurgency from Pakistan, the government has announced the appointment of Lt General Bipin Rawat as the new Army Chief from January 1, 2017 to succeed the present Army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag.

Opinion Piece: Battle For the Mind- China’s Psychological Operations

Opinion Piece: Battle For the Mind- China’s Psychological Operations

China aims to win the battle for adversary’s mind by Psychological Warfare even before the battle is joined. She does it in continuum during peace and war. India needs to get her act together on this aspect.

India inks Rs 5,000 crore deal with US for 145 M777 howitzers

India inks Rs 5,000 crore deal with US for 145 M777 howitzers

The deal for 145 American ultra-light howitzers, costing about Rs 5,000 crore was recently cleared by the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS).

Smart fence along Pak, Bangla by late 2017: BSF

Smart fence along Pak, Bangla by late 2017: BSF

India will have a patrol-less, multi-layered smart fence along its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh by the later part of 2017 even as 20 big global firms are undertaking a technical evaluation for the same, Director General of BSF K K Sharma said today.