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Sukma Maoists attack: Rajnath Singh chairs high-level meeting

Sukma Maoists attack: Rajnath Singh chairs high-level meeting

A high-level meeting chaired by Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday decided to strengthen the human intelligence network in Maoist-hit areas to minimise casualties of security forces engaged in anti-Naxal operations.

This 32-year-old Maoist guerrilla could be mastermind of Sukma ambush that killed 25 CRPF men

This 32-year-old Maoist guerrilla could be mastermind of Sukma ambush that killed 25 CRPF men

A 32-year-old battle-hardened Maoist commander has emerged as the likely mastermind behind the massacre of 25 CRPF troopers in Chhattishgarh, police said on Wednesday, as the focus shifted to repeated intelligence failures that have led to severe losses for security forces battling rebels in the hotbed of Left-wing insurgency.

Exclusive: Will start Salwa Judum again if needed: Mahendra Karma’s son

Exclusive: Will start Salwa Judum again if needed: Mahendra Karma’s son

Chhattisgarh is on high alert after the brutal Naxal attack killed at least 25 paramilitary personnel on Monday. The attack that is said to be the worst in the last seven years, took place between the Burkapal-Chintagufa areas in the Maoist centre of Bastar.

3-Hour Battle With Maoists, Air Force Rescue, And Bravery Of CRPF Jawans

3-Hour Battle With Maoists, Air Force Rescue, And Bravery Of CRPF Jawans

After a crowd of at least 300 Naxals closed in on paramilitary commandos, ambushing them in the thick forest of Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district, the Air Force swooped in to help, with its helicopters landing in the heart of a Maoist stronghold, despite concerns of the insurgents opening fire.

India dismisses China’s renaming of places in Arunachal Pradesh

India dismisses China’s renaming of places in Arunachal Pradesh

India on Thursday dismissed China’s act of giving its own names to six places in Arunachal Pradesh, saying “it doesn’t make illegally held territory legal”.

Thank You Readers. What Next From DefenceAviationPost.com

Thank You Readers. What Next From DefenceAviationPost.com

A Big Thank You and Gratitude From DefenceAviationPost.com As We Completed One Year on March 28th. We Are All Geared Up With Our What Next Plans.

Israel approved 5 years Multiple Entry Business visas

Israel approved 5 years Multiple Entry Business visas

Coming ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel in July this year and as part of the Growing Partnership between India and Israel and in order to ease the travel of Indian businessmen to Israel

Wait For Strategic Partnership Policy For Defence Manufacturing To End Soon, Announcement Likely This Month : Sources

Wait For Strategic Partnership Policy For Defence Manufacturing To End Soon, Announcement Likely This Month : Sources

The New Look Strategic Partnership Policy document on Defence Manufacturing, likely to be released anytime soon, will encourage competition and fulfill the objective of turning India into a global defence manufacturing hub in line with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India initiative.

Meet Lt Gen Subrata Saha, Indian Army’s Outgoing DCOAS (P&S). He didn’t just coin the phrase of “Winning Indian Wars With Indian Solutions” but has also set a roadmap to do so

Meet Lt Gen Subrata Saha, Indian Army’s Outgoing DCOAS (P&S). He didn’t just coin the phrase of “Winning Indian Wars With Indian Solutions” but has also set a roadmap to do so

India’s Deputy Chief of Army Staff (P&S), Lt Gen Subrata Saha PVSM, UYSM, YSM, VSM**, who spearheaded Indian Army’s plans to modernise military capabilities through indigenous solutions retires today on March 31, 2017. At DefenceAviationPost.com, while we wish Lt Gen Saha a great success in all his future endeavours, we also revisit our article that we did recently on him. He didn’t just coin the phrase of “Winning Indian Wars With Indian Solutions” but has also set a roadmap to do so.

Seeking Indigenised Solutions, Indian Army Executes Its 6th MoU, This Time With IIT Madras

The sixth in the series of Army-Academia Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) was signed on Tuesday between the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras or IIT Madras and the Indian Army with the aim to find indigenised technologoical solutions for modernising military capabilities

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