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ITBP’s women troops patrol border in Uttarakhand

The weeklong patrol was undertaken at an altitude of over 17,000 feet by women personnel of 1st Battalion based at Joshimath. ITBP sources said it was for the first time that an all-women patrol was conducted in the Uttarakhand sector. Similar patrols have been conducted in the Ladakh sector earlier. The troops traversed the border and undertook various tactical activities as part of the border management charter. The ITBP has deployed women personnel at border outposts located in remote high-al

5 yrs, 3,595 km new border roads

The BRO constructs roads on the basis of strategic requirements of a region and priority fixed by the Indian Army, Bhatt said.

Agniveer Recruitment For Women Candidates From November 1

The rally is being held for enrolment of Agniveer General Duty (Women) in the Corps of Military Police in the Army.

Big Explosives Recovery In Kashmir’s Pulwama Ahead Of Independence Day

“An IED weighing approx 25 to 30 kgs were recovered near Tahab Crossing on Circular road in Pulwama by the Police and Security Forces. A major tragedy has been averted by specific input generated by Pulwama Police,” said Vijay Kumar, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Kashmir.

India invites UNSC members for special meeting of Counter-Terrorism Committee in October

India is currently Chair of the Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee for 2022 and will host diplomats of the 15-nation UN body, including the US, China and Russia, in October for a special meeting on counter-terrorism.

Another SSLV flight soon, says ex-ISRO chairman

“No, no, no. It is not a setback. We were only marginally short in the end,” Kumar, a former Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) told PTI on the sidelines of the Kalaari-Indian Space Association Networking Meet.

At 75, India’s Kashmir challenge shifts foreign policy focus

That relentless competition made Pakistan always the focus of New Delhi’s foreign policy. But in the last two years, since a deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Kashmir’s Ladakh region, policy makers in New Delhi have been increasingly turning their focus to Beijing, a significant shift in policy as the nation celebrates 75 years of independence.

How Rajasthan is target of increasing spying, narcotics smuggling by Pakistan

The Pakistani spy in question, officials suspect, had honey-trapped some of the detained men, and ran a network right up to Bharatpur near Agra and Kotputli, about 20 km from Jaipur. Of the 10 men, three each were apprehended from Jodhpur and Bharatpur, two from Jaisalmer and one each from Pali and Kotputli.

Pakistan slams India for marking ‘Partition Horrors Remembrance Day’ on Aug 14 : Pakistani Media

“It is deplorable that the BJP government, as part of its divisive political agenda, is wantonly attempting to play with the sentiments of the people through distorted interpretation of history,” the Foreign Office said in a statement issued here.

Ahead of Independence Day, ULFA-I, NSCN-K Militants Attack 3 Army Camps Bordering Myanmar

Sources said ULFA-I and NSCN-K militants attacked on a newly built Army camp at Pangsu pass in Arunachal Pradesh near India-Myanmar border. They claimed that the guerrilla team attacked the army camp with mortars and rocket launchers in which a junior commission officer (JCO) of the Army was injured. The second attack took place in Saramati area and third was in Noklak area bordering Myanmar. The joint rebel group attacked on 14th Assam Rifles camp in Noklak area, which was just a firing inciden

India bids farewell to British 1-pounder gun after 75 years for indigenous gun salute on Independence Day

The ATAGS 155mm howitzer, being customised for the occasion, will be part of the gun salute along with the old British 1 pounder, defence secretary Ajay Kumar said today. The ATAGS gun is being readied for use by the Indian Army.

Evolving need to upgrade education and training patterns of military officers: IAF chief

“While conventional domains of conflict have consistently been evolving, new non-kinetic and non-lethal means of warfare are also being used,” the Air Chief Marshal said after the IAF signed the MoU on academics and research.

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