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Chief of Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat Meets His Bhutanese Counterpart, General Batoo Tshering

Chief of Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat Meets His Bhutanese Counterpart, General Batoo Tshering

Chief of Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat called upon and interacted with General Batoo Tshering, Chief of Royal Bhutan Army.

Army Chief Assures Bhutan of Continued Support

Army Chief Assures Bhutan of Continued Support

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, currently on a Goodwill Visit to Bhutan from 27 to 30 April, met His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck, King of Bhutan at Tashi Chhodzong Palace, Thimpu on a Friday.

Surgical strikes an option against terrorist acts: India’s new military doctrine

Surgical strikes an option against terrorist acts: India’s new military doctrine

India has unveiled a new military doctrine that keeps the options open for surgical strikes in response to “terror provocations”

New joint doctrine stresses space, cyber, special ops in war-fighting

New joint doctrine stresses space, cyber, special ops in war-fighting

This, in essence, is the underlying theme of the “Joint Doctrine of Indian Armed Forces” released by chairman of the chiefs of staff committee Admiral Sunil Lanba,

Begining his international engagements with immediate neighbourhood, General Bipin Rawat To Soon Visit Nepal

Begining his international engagements with immediate neighbourhood, General Bipin Rawat To Soon Visit Nepal

Begining his international engagements with immediate neighbourhood, General Bipin Rawat To Soon Visit Nepal

“We have to review our strategy towards countering insurgency and follow very dynamic procedures than going with a static approach as in the past,” General Bipin Rawat.

“I would like to be fair in my journey and take things in a fair and pragmatic manner, without biases and without any kind of corruption,” India’s Army Chief Genral Bipin Rawat

Indian Army to revise Cold Start to give Pakistan the jitters

Indian Army to revise Cold Start to give Pakistan the jitters

Faced with two nuclear-armed adversaries in Pakistan and China, Indian Army is planning to re-examine the Cold Start doctrine under which its forces have been trained to launch short, intense and quick strikes especially against its western neighbour before the international community intervenes.