April 13, 2024 01:33 (IST)
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Officer, 8 jawans of the Indian Army killed in accident in Ladakh

Leh: A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) and eight jawans of the Indian Army were killed on Saturday in an accident in Ladakh, media reports said.

Jammu and Kashmir: 3 Indian soldiers killed in Kulgam gunfight

Srinagar:  Three Indian Army men were killed in an ongoing operation in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Friday, Army said.

Jammu Kashmir Police finds Jawan who went missing last Saturday

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Thursday found the Army jawan who went missing from Kulgam district on Saturday evening.

Indian Army will not hesitate to cross LoC to safeguard the interests of the country: Rajnath Singh

Drass: Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said the Indian Army will not hesitate to cross the Line of Control (LoC) to safeguard the interests of the country.

I was quite impressed by the presence of Indian soldiers: French Parliamentarian praises Bastille Day event

Paris: A French Parliamentarian has said Anne Genetet praised the participation of the Indian tri-service contingent in the Bastille Day event and said she was “quite impressed” with what the Indian soldiers demonstrated at the National Day celebrations on Friday.

Indian Army foils major infiltration bid in Naushera Sector, terrorist killed

Jammu: Alert troops of Indian Army have successfully foiled a major infiltration bid along the Line of Control in the Naushera Sector over two nights in a deliberate and massive operation in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Manipur: Army releases 12 militants after day-long standoff by women-led mob

Imphal: The Indian Army released a dozen militants in Manipur’s Itham village in Imphal East after a mob of over 1200 people led by women gheraoed the security forces. The Army said the militants were released to ensure the safety of the civilians and end the nearly day-long stand-off.

Indian Army contingent participates in multinational joint exercise in Mongolia

New Delhi: Multinational Peacekeeping Joint Exercise “Ex Khaan Quest 2023” featuring participation from military contingents and observers from over 20 countries has commenced in Mongolia on Monday.

Indian Army rescues 300 tourists stranded due to landslides in North Sikkim

Gangtok: The Indian Army rescued around 300 tourists stranded in North Sikkim due to landslides and roadblocks.

The Sikh Regiment: A legacy of valour and bravery in the Indian Army

Inspired by Guru Nanak Devji’s teachings of selfless service, strife for justice, and honesty, Sikh youth have contributed the largest number of recruits to the Indian armed forces.

Indian Army marks 75th International Day of UN Peacekeepers

New Delhi: The Indian Army commemorated the 75th International Day of UN Peacekeepers, on Monday, by paying homage to the fallen comrades by laying wreath at National War Memorial, New Delhi by the Chief of the Army Staff, Vice Chief of Army Staff and representatives from Navy and Air Force, Ministry of External Affairs and United Nations.

Indian Army Chief Manoj Pande visiting Egypt, discusses aspects of mutual interests with Lt General Osama Ahmed Roshdy Abdullah Askar

Cairo: Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande and his Egyptian counterpart Lt General Osama Ahmed Roshdy Abdullah Askar met on Tuesday and discussed various aspects of mutual interests.

As Manipur gradually turns peaceful, armed groups attack security personnel on area domination patrol

Imphal/IBNS: In two separate incidents in Manipur’s Senapati and Churachandapur districts on Saturday, Assam Rifle and Indian Army patrol troops were attacked.

Assam Rifles, Army intensify surveillance in Manipur; curfew relaxed for 3 hrs in sensitive Churachandpur

Imphal: Curfew was relaxed in Manipur’s Churachandpur, where the Meiti community and the Kuki tribals clashed following a 'Tribal Solidarity March' last Wednesday.

Manipur Violence: Nagaland govt evacuates Naga students, civilians from Imphal with security agencies' help

Imphal: Amid the tense law and order situation in Manipur, the Nagaland government has evacuated 676 Naga civilians and students with the help of the Indian Army and Assam Rifles.