Ladakh accident

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Vehicle Skids Off Near Ladakh River, 7 Army Soldiers Reported Dead

In Ladakh, near Shyok river, seven soldiers were killed when a vehicle carrying them skidded off the road and rolled down into a gorge. Notably, on May 27, the vehicle was moving from Partapur transit camp to Turtuk in Leh district, when the misfortune took place. While seven officials died, 19 received severe injuries and are undergoing treatment at a nearby hospital. The investigation has been launched.

Fri, 27 May 2022 - 07:35 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: accident, Indian Soldiers, Vehicle Skid, Leh Ladakh, Shyok River

Skull Found

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Skeletons Of 282 Indian Soldiers From India's First War Of Independence In 1857 Found

Punjab University's Assistant professor in Department of Anthropology Dr JS Sehrawat, on May 11, said that skeletons of 282 Indian soldiers have been found during the excavation near Amritsar. Reportedly, the skeletons belong to the soldiers who participated in India's First War of Independence, in 1857. "These soldiers were revolting against the use of pork and beef greased cartridges," said professor Sehrawat.

Thu, 12 May 2022 - 09:01 AM / by Shibu Immanuel S

Tags: Skeletons, Indian Soldiers, India's First War of Independence, Beef Greased Cartridges, Amritsar

Courtesy: ANI

Indian Soldier

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''Don’t Fight In The Name Of Religion & Caste,'' Requests Soldier In His Last Message

A Soldier made a heart-melting plea to the people of India before he was killed in an avalanche in Kashmir on February 23. ''Don’t fight in the name of religion and caste. Our soldiers are serving and giving their lives so that you are well and safe,'' he said in a voice note. Notably, Havaldar Altaf Ahmed was posted in Kashmir and was part of the Army Ordnance Corps.

Sat, 26 Feb 2022 - 05:04 PM / by Shaloo Priya

Tags: bizzare news, Indian Soldiers, Death, last message, Peace

Courtesy: India Times

Amar Jawan Jyoti

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National War Memorial Flame To Merge With Amar Jawan Jyoti Flame: Indian National Army

Amar Jawan Jyoti Flame and National War Flame will be merged on January 21, said the Indian Army Official. Announced on January 20, the step came days ahead of R-Day. Notably, Integrated Defence Staff Chief Air Marshal Balabadhra Radha Krishna will extinguish the flame at Indian Gate Memorial and will be merged with the Amar Jawan Jyoti Flame at National War Memorial, constructed by the Modi Government in 2019.

Fri, 21 Jan 2022 - 09:00 AM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: National War Memorial, Amar Jawan Jyoti Flame, Balabadhra Radha Krishna, Indian Soldiers, Delhi

Courtesy: ANI


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"Modern Search And Rescue" Technique Included In Training Module: ITBP

To update its training modules, the Indo Tibetian Border Police (ITBP) on October 29 introduced a ''modern search and rescue operation''. The introduction of the module will help ITBP jawans to handle different situations from Ladakh to Arunachal. "The purpose of modern rescue training is to make our troops able to take minimum time during rescue operations in any incident," said I.S Duhan, ITBP Inspector General.  

Fri, 29 Oct 2021 - 08:29 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJASHEKHAR

Tags: Indian Army, ITBP, India, Indian Soldiers, Search and Rescue Operation

Courtesy: ANI

Amit Shah

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Amit Shah Recalls Surgical Strike; Says, It's 'Era Of Fitting Response'

Home Minister Amit Shah on October 14 referred to the 2016 surgical strike and said that the era of talks is over and that of "a fitting response" has started. The Home Minister’s reference to the surgical strike came days after armed terrorists killed five soldiers at Surankote in Poonch district on October 10. "They asked us questions from across the border, we gave them a fitting response,” he said.

Thu, 14 Oct 2021 - 08:29 PM / by Joy Pillai

Tags: Amit Shah, srgical strike, Pakistan, Indian Soldiers

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

Indian and Pakistani Soldiers at LOC

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Indian Soldiers Greet Pakistan, Trade Sweets Along LoC

The Indian and Pakistani troops exchanged sweets along the Line of Control (LoC) as Pakistan celebrated its independence day on August 14. "The Indian Army, as a warm gesture, also presented sweets to the Pakistan Army at Chilehana Tithwal Crossing Point in Tangdhar sector in north Kashmir's Kupwara district," an army official said. India has always undertaken such acts to maintain peace on both sides.

Sun, 15 Aug 2021 - 01:26 PM / by Prateek Chakradhar

Tags: Independence Day, line of control, India-Pakistan Border, Indian Soldiers

Courtesy: India Today

Integrated Battle Groups.

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Indian Army To Set Up Integrated Battle Groups For Faster Battle Mobilisation

The Indian army is preparing Integrated Battle Groups for fast mobilisation and military response. With an initial lot of nearly 5,000 soldiers, the group includes varying mix of infantry, tanks, artillery, air defence, signals, engineers and other units. Reportedly, the troops will be deployed permanently and will be carved out of existing formations by 2022. Moreover, IBGs of different areas will function differently depending upon the… read-more

Mon, 07 Jun 2021 - 06:26 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: Indian Army, Troops, Integrated Battle Groups, Indian Soldiers

Courtesy: The Times of India

Representational Image

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J&K: Army Sepoy Shoots Himself Dead With Service Weapon In Ramban

An army sepoy shot himself dead with his service rifle in Jammu Kashmir’s Ramban district on April 18. Identified as sepoy Hanuman Choudhary, the deceased was on a sentry duty and was found dead in his Ukhral camp during midnight. While the motive behind such tragic step taken by the sepoy is yet to be ascertained, the police have sent the body for postmortem.

Sun, 18 Apr 2021 - 08:10 PM / by Anvitha Shetty

Tags: Indian Army, Suicide, Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Soldiers

Courtesy: India Today


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Army Vehicle Overturns In Rajasthan; 3 Soldiers Killed, 5 Injured

In a heart-wrenching incident, three soldiers were burnt to death after an Army gypsy overturned in the Sriganganagar district of Rajasthan. Happened in the wee hours of March 25, the accident caused injuries to five other soldiers as well. According to police, the Bathinda-based Army unit’s vehicle became uncontrollable and started burning after it got overturned. While the police has registered a case, the Army has called for an inquiry.… read-more

Thu, 25 Mar 2021 - 12:57 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: Rajasthan, Indian Army, Indian Soldiers, Death

Courtesy: The Tribune