Explained: Why cops should not wear uniforms similar to the Army

combat-uniformNew Delhi, Feb 27: The Indian Army has urged the Centre not to let cops wear combat gear in Delhi.

The Army has written to the Defence ministry saying that the Home Ministry should issue instructions that combat gear should not be worn by Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) while being deployed to handle law and order situations or being deployed in urban areas affected by terrorism. The Army says that the surroundings do not demand such a requirement.

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Just one from Srinagar has joined a terror group this year: Kudos to the Indian Army

terrorNew Delhi, Feb 27: Local recruitment and terror attacks have gone down considerably in Jammu and Kashmir. While this is an impressive development, the Indian Army has however flagged concerns on the rise in violations along the Line of Control.

With regard to the recruitment, sources tell OneIndia that in 2018 220 youth had joined terror outfits as opposed to the 120 in 2019. This is a remarkable dip and the figures will be much lower in 2020, the source also added.

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Terror business as usual at Balakot a year after it was hit

balakotNew Delhi, Feb 26: India is keeping a close watch on the Balakot terror facility, where nearly 40 jihadis are being imparted training by the Jaish-e-Mohammad. It may be recalled that the terror facility that was hit by the Indian Air Force exactly a year ago was recently opened up.

The information that is based on Intelligence gathering suggests that these 40 jihadis are being trained to strike at Jammu and Kashmir as well as other parts of the country. In the past few weeks, the Intelligence has indicated that Pakistan would up the ante and strike at various locations that include, Maharashtra, Gujarat and some of the southern states.

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Mukund Naravane: The no-nonsense General of the Indian Army

mukund-naravaneNew Delhi, Jan 05: Counter terrorism and an expert on China are some of the major plus points associated with General Manoj Mukund Naravane who took over as the new Army Chief. The new General will add great value to India’s national security considering the challenges India faces at Kashmir and the north-east.

In addition to the issues in Kashmir and the north-east, General Naravane would also face a great challenge in getting money to take forward the Indian Army’s modernisation programmes.

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Expert on counter terror and China, General Naravane will add great value to national security

manoj-mukund-naravaneNew Delhi, Jan 01: Counter terrorism and an expert on China are some of the major plus points associated with General Manoj Mukund Naravane who took over as the new Army Chief. The new General will add great value to India’s national security considering the challenges India faces at Kashmir and the north-east.

In addition to the issues in Kashmir and the north-east, General Naravane would also face a great challenge in getting money to take forward the Indian Army’s modernisation programmes.

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Indian Army hits back: Two Pakistan soldiers killed

loc1New Delhi, Dec 27: The Indian Army in retaliatory action has killed two Pakistani soldiers, following a ceasefire violation at the Hajipur sector along the Line of Control.

The two soldiers who were killed have been identified as Naib Subedar Kandero and Sepoy Eshan.

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With Pakistan on escalatory matrix mode, Indian Army readies for a big hit

indianarmynewssNew Delhi, Dec 19: The situation along the border with Pakistan continues to remain volatile, with the Pakistan army carrying out BAT operations at an interval of 3 to 4 days.

The Indian Army on the other hand has been giving a befitting reply and thwarting all such moves from Pakistan. Pakistan has resorted to adventurism over the past couple of months and there have been 950 incidents of ceasefire violations along the Line of Control between August and October 2019.

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Strong action by Indian Army: Two Pakistan commandos killed

loc111New Delhi, Dec 18: Two Pakistani commandoes were killed after the Indian Army foiled a BAT action along the Line of Control.

The action by the Pakistan army’s Border Action Force (BAT) was foiled by the Indian Army in the Sunderbani sector of Rajouri district in Jammu and Kashmir. An Indian Army jawan was also martyred after he was hit by a bullet in the encounter.

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Indian Army adds fire-power to hit Pakistan with precision

 

indianarmyyyNew Delhi, Dec 10: Adding more firepower to hit Pakistan, India has tested the newly acquired GPS guided 155 mm Excalibur precision artillery shells at Pokhran.

It may be recalled that India had recently purchased the GPS guided ammunition from the United States following the Pulwama attack.

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Sending shivers down Pakistan’s spine: Indian Army continues to break backbone of terrorism

The Indian Army has gone after the top commanders in the Valley and not just some run of the mill foot soldiers. The Indian armed forces’ aim seems to be to break the spine of terrorism lodged up in the Pakistan looking to infiltrate India

The artillery firing that the Indian Army resorted to in a bid to destroy terror camps in Pakistan has been termed as unprovoked by Pakistan media. Further, Pakistan also claimed that nine Indian soldiers were killed in the attack.

Both the claims made by Pakistan is laughable in nature. It has lined up 500 terrorists along the border and violated the ceasefire 2,317 times. Further, sources have confirmed that no Indian soldier was killed in the attack. Instead the Indian Army managed to kill 18 terrorists and 16 Pakistan Army soldiers during the artillery firing that took place on Sunday, the source further confirmed.

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