Tag: Soldiers

Army Reforms: Amid Plans To Go Bulletproof, Soldiers Still Awaiting Small Arms

As part of efforts towards modernisation, the Indian Army is now looking for modular, bulletproof and portable bunkers to

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Soldiers, Spiritual Leaders Twin Pillars Of Nation: President

Hailing the contributions of soldiers and spiritual leaders, President Ram Nath Kovind today said they were the "twin pillars"

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A Soldier Should Wield The Gun, Not Broom: Veterans On PMO’s Clean-Up Orders

From an online petition collecting signatures against the move to furore on WhatsApp and Twitter, the debate over Prime

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Year After Surgical Strikes: Surge In Death Count Of Both Soldiers, Militants

In nearly a year since the Army’s Special Forces carried out “surgical strikes” on terror launch pads inside Pakistan-occupied

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Controversy Re-emerges Over Reliability Of Korean Howitzer

The explosion of a self-propelled howitzer that killed South Korean soldiers last week has sparked controversy over the reliability

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Frostbites

Soldiers At High Altitudes Can Now Feel Warm, Combat Frostbites

Soldiers sometimes have to be at high altitude with sub-zero temperatures for prolonged periods of time. To keep warm,

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Soldiers Injured Before Independence Entitled To War Injury Pension: Armed Forces Tribunal

The Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) has ordered that troopers injured in pre-Independence wars be given 'war injury pension' like

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This Delhi Based VR Startup Helps Soldiers Fight Better in Battlefield

It is not easy to miss the glitter in his eyes, as Delhi-based tech entrepreneur Praveen Bhaniramnika talks about

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Meet Darjeeling’s stone pelters who say soldiers have special place in Gorkha heart

The Gorkhaland protests have pushed Darjeeling to the brink of collapse, with widespread violence erupting in the picturesque hill

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Shiv Sena slams Centre over absence of full-time Defence minister

The Shiv Sena today sharpened its attack on the Centre over the absence of a full-time defence minister and

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