Will work to ensure no room for terror: Indian Army

Amid the ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan after the Pulwama terrorist attack, the Indian Army today said it would address the emerging threats and work to ensure that there is “no room for terror”.

In a statement issued after the bi-annual Commanders’ conference addressed by both Air Force and Navy Chief, the Army announced that it was examining the idea of opening avenues for making lady officers experts in foreign languages, artificial intelligence, cyber and space domains.

“The Army Commanders’ Conference has comprehensively deliberated all aspects of extant security dynamics, emerging security scenarios, enhancing operational capability in near and long term and enhancement of combat edge over potential adversaries,” the statement read. Read More

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