September 29, 2022 20:47 (IST)
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Agnipath scheme not for downsizing Army: Official

New Delhi: There is no question of rightsizing or downsizing of the Indian Army through Agnipath scheme, senior military official Lt Gen Anil Puri said on Tuesday while stressing that the objective behind the scheme is to bring youthfulness in the armed forces.

Agnipath: Harsh Goenka, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw join Anand Mahindra to back the scheme

New Delhi/IBNS: Top Indian industrialists including RPG industries’ Chairman Harsh Goenka and Biocon Ltd Chairperson Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw responded to Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra's tweet on Monday to extend their support towards the protest-hit Agnipath army recruitment scheme, bankrolling its potential for youth employment in the corporate field.

All three service chiefs to meet PM Modi tomorrow, discuss 'Agnipath' amid protests

New Delhi/IBNS: The three service chiefs are set to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday to brief him on the 'Agnipath' recruitment scheme amid nationwide protests by job aspirants and widespread violence over the same/

Agnipath Row: Indian Army issues notification for recruitment of Agniveers amid country wide protest, Bharat Bandh

New Delhi: The Indian Army on Monday issued notification for ‘Agniveers’ under the recently announced Agnipath recruitment schemes.

Agniveers: India clears new scheme for future-ready Armed Forces recruitment

New Delhi/IBNS: In a transformative reform, the Indian cabinet on Tuesday cleared  ‘AGNIPATH’, a scheme for recruitment of youth in the Armed Forces under which the future-ready, disciplined soldiers- to be known as Agniveers- will serve for four years in all three Services.

Cabinet clears ‘Agnipath’ scheme for recruitment of youth in the Armed Forces

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet on Tuesday approved a recruitment scheme for Indian youth to serve in the Armed Forces. The scheme is titled Agnipath.