Tight Security At LoC Amid Terrorist Sponsoring Ahead Of G20 Meeting
At the Line of Control (LOC,) Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian army forces are keeping a close watch on the activities of the Pakistan Army and terrorist grouping sponsored by it in the Indian territory. Notably, the Pakistani terror groups have been activated by the Pakistan Army and their government to disrupt the forthcoming G-20 meeting in Kashmir valley on May 23-24", confirmed the sources.
Tags: Indian Army, Security, LOC, G20 Meeting, Terrorists
Rajnath Singh Visits Rajouri Region After Encounter Killed 5 Jawans
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh arrived at the encounter-hit Rajouri region in Jammu and Kashmir to take a stock of the situation. Notably, on May 5, a series of encounters occurred, killing 5 army jawans, and a terrorist. Northern Army commander Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi, Corps commander White Knight Corps, and Divisional Commissioner, Jammu also accompanied Rajnath to Rajouri. Moreover, later Rajnath Singh will chair a high-level meeting… read-more
Tags: National news, Union Defence Ministry, Rajnath Singh, high level meeting, Indian Army
Paramilitary, Army Forces Deployed In Violent Hit Manipur
Manipur region has been a major concern for the political parties, especially after the recent mob attack. In order to control the situation, the Indian Army forces and Paramilitary forces has been deployed in the violent-hit Manipur. Recently, protests and agitations broke out in the State of Manipur. The clashes and arson during protests was against the inclusion of the majority Meitei community in the Scheduled Tribes (ST) category.
Tags: violence, Manipur Attack, Paramilitary Force, Indian Army, Political Clash
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Bathinda Military Camp Fire Incident: Detained Accused Confesses Killing Personnel
The Bathinda Military Camp fire incident saw an update after the Punjab Police and Army official detained the accused for killing four jawans. Notably, the police detained one Gunner Desai Mohan, an army personnel posted at artillery unit. The police said Desai confessed to his crime that he stole bullets to kill four collegues. As per the initial investigation, personal reasons could be the reason behind the crime, details awaited.
Tags: Bathinda Fire Camo, Indian Army, KILLED, Detained, Punjab Police
Courtesy: ANI News
Fully Deployed Army Force At LAC Is New Normal
After the constant tussle between India-China military, the fully deployed Indian and the Chinese army at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is new normal. On March 18, Army General Manoj Pande said, "China had forwardly deployed 50,000 troops with heavy weaponry since the PLA transgressions in Galwan, Gogra-Hot Springs and Pangong-Tso on May 5, 2020. Similarly, Indian army is also deployed for the same to tackle the situation.
Tags: LAC, India-China, Military Force, Indian Army, Galwan Valley War
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Indian Army Cheetah Helicopter Crashes In Arunachal Pradesh
An Indian Army Cheetah Helicopter crashed near Mandala, Arunachal Pradesh, on March 16. The helicopter was performing an operational sortie near Bomdila, when it was reported to have lost contact with the air traffic control (ATC.) Search parties have been organied, and operations are underway to look for the crew in the helicopter. Furthermore, this is not the first time such tragic crash was reported in AP.
Tags: Arunachal Pradesh, Helicopter Crash, Indian Air force, Search Operation, Indian Army
Army Court Martial Recommends Dismissal & Jail Term For NCO Found Guilty Of Sexual Harassment
An Army Court Martial, has recommended dismissal and one-year jail term for non-commissioned officer (NCO) who was found guilty of sexually harassing a female captain. The incident reportedly occurred last year, when the female officer had visited Sikkim for a river rafting course. The accused reportedly entered the official accommodation of the female officer, and made “sexually coloured” remarks.
Tags: Sikkim, Sexual Harassment, Indian Army, Court Martial, Non-Commissioned Officer
CDS General Anil Chauhan Meets Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh
Newly appointed Chief of Defence Staff, Lieutenant General Anil Chauhan met with union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on September 30. This came hours after General Chauhan officially took charge as the new CDS. This is also the first time a retired officer has been reappointed in this position. Notably, India’s first CDS General Bipin Rawat died in a plane crash in Tamil Nadu, last year December.
Tags: CDS, Bipin Rawat, Rajnath Singh, Indian Army, Anil Chauhan
Lt General Anil Chauhan Becomes New Chief Of Defence Staff
Lieutenant General Anil Chauhan has been appointed as the new Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) on September 27. General Chauhan had retired as the Eastern Army Commander and was serving as the Military Advisor to the National Security Council. This marks the first time a retired officer was appointed at such a position, and a gazette notification was issued to facilitate a change in rules for appointment.
Tags: Anil Chauhan, CDS, Indian Army, Bipin Rawat, Lieutenant General
Agnipath Scheme: Army Conducts Pre-Training For Aspirants In North Kashmir’s Baramulla
The Indian Army has organised a two-month pre-training program for Agniveer aspirants, in North Kashmir’s Baramulla. Youths from the said area, and surrounding areas, are taking part in the program, before enrolling for the Agniveer scheme. Reportedly, extensive training for physical conditioning and written examination were conducted, as part of the program. Also, a regular medical checkup was organised. The program acts as a platform for… read-more
Tags: J&K, Baramulla, agnipath, Agniveer, Indian Army