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NEWSFLASH | Army Chief MM Naravane Speaks On Chinese Situation And Nagaland Firing

Jan 12, 2022 Outlook Web Desk

Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane said that the Indian army will continue to deal with the Chinese PLA in a firm and resolute manner. He also addressed the December 4 Nagaland firing.

Ladakh: Images Of Army Holding Tricolour At Galwan On New Year Released

Jan 04, 2022 PTI

Ladakh: The images of Army holding Tricolour at Galwan valley as part of New Year celebrations were also posted by Union Minister Kiren Rijiju. The images were released three days after China's state media played up a purported video of PLA soldiers near the Galwan valley.


Indian Army Chopper Forced To Make Emergency Landing In Haryana Village

The Army helicopter was flying from Bathinda in Punjab to Delhi

Don't feel any such need: Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha On The Need For Reviewing AFSPA in J&K

Dec 27, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

LG Sinha outright rejected apprehensions among some political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir about demographic change in the union territory.


Indian Army Rescues Tourists Stuck Near Changu Lake In Sikkim Due To Heavy Snowfall

Among those stuck were around 250 people from different districts of West Bengal, including Kolkata, officials said

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07 December, 2021

Indian Army Appoints Officer Of Major General Rank To Head Its Court Of Inquiry In Nagaland Firing Incident

Outlook Web Desk

Fourteen civilians were killed in related incidents of firing in the restive state of Nagaland on Saturday and Sunday.


01 December, 2021

Kashmir: Army Terms Killing Of Local Jaish Militant ‘Major Breakthrough’

Outlook Web Desk

The Army said killing of Yasir Parray, a Jaish-e-Mohammad militant, who was an IED expert is a ‘major breakthrough’. Parray was killed along with another foreign militant at his native Qasbyar village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama.


27 November, 2021

Rajasthan: Police Arrests Man For Allegedly Spying For Pakistan’s ISI

Outlook Web Desk

The police said the accused Nibab Khan had gone to Pakistan in 2015, where he came in contact with Inter-Services Intelligence, following which he was passing information to the agency.


20 November, 2021

Rajnath Singh: India Will Manufacture 90 Percent Of Defence Products It Needs By 2024-2025

Outlook Web Desk

"By 2024-2025, we will be achieving the target of exporting defence products worth USD 5 billion as fixed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. I can assure him that 90 per cent of the defence products will be made in India soon," he said


25 October, 2021

J&K: Search For Militants Enters 15th Day As Firing Resumes In Poonch

Outlook Web Desk

Nine armymen and an arrested Pakistani militant have been killed in a security forces operation inside Bhatti Durrian forests of Poonch district that started on October 11.


15 October, 2021

Kerala Soldier's Mortal Remains Cremated With Full Military Honours

Outlook Web Desk

Vaishakh H of Rashtriya Rifle battalion was killed in a gunfight with terrorists in Jammu & Kashmir's Poonch district.


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11 October, 2021

J&K: Five Army Personnel Killed In Gunfight With Terrorists In Poonch

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Five Army personnel, including a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO), were killed in a fierce gunfight with terrorists during an anti-insurgency operation in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.


29 September, 2021

Teenage Pak Terrorist Urges To Return Home As Army Captures Him Alive

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Ali Babar Patra was nabbed by the Army during a live encounter in the Uri sector on September 26, when he asked for his life to be spared. Another Pakistani infiltrator was killed in the nine-day operation that began on September 18.


21 September, 2021

J&K: Army Chopper Crash Lands In Dense Forest Area, Two Pilots Injured

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The incident reportedly occurred between 10.30 am to 10.45 am. A police party has been rushed to the remote area and it will take them some time to reach there.


08 September, 2021

In Historic Move, Armed Forces Allow Induction Of Women In NDA, Centre Tells Supreme Court

Outlook Web Bureau

The top court said it has been periodically nudging the authorities to do it themselves and it believes that they are best suited to evolve the whole.


10 August, 2021

Army Seeks International Help As Search Operation For Missing Pilots Enters 8th Day

Outlook Web Desk

'Military authorities are leaving no stone unturned to search for the helicopter which crashed and sank into the Ranjit Sagar Dam along with two pilots.', said Lt Col Devender Anand


05 August, 2021

Tales From A Forgotten War – Remembering A Childhood In Military Bases

Arijit Ghosh

Fascinating stories were long forgotten by all but the ones who lived them. Of these heroes, who were the Salt of the Earth and deserve better in terms of Remembrance, from the countrymen they fought to protect! Of those who willingly “Gave up their Todays, for our Tomorrows.”


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27 July, 2021

Indian Army To Conduct 13 Day Long Military Exercise With Russian Counterpart From August 1

Outlook Web Desk

The Army said 250 personnel from each side will participate in the 12th edition of the joint military exercise.


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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