Army guns down 6 NSCN (IM) terrorists in Arunachal Pradesh

ter-weaponsNew Delhi, July 11: The Indian Army has gunned down 6 terrorists in Arunachal Pradesh.

Based on specific intelligence inputs regarding presence of armed insurgents, two columns were launched by the Assam Rifles in general area Khonsa (approximately 50 Km East of Tinsukia), Tirap district, Arunachal Pradesh.

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Malicious says Indian Army after many question facility visited by PM Modi at Leh

modi-leh5New Delhi, July 04: The Indian Army has clarified regarding the status of the facility that Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited in Leh on Friday. While some users on the social media had pointed out that the facility that the PM visited was not a hospital, the India Army has called these as malicious and unsubstantial accusations.

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Indian Army Chief to give assessment of LAC tensions to political leadership at high level meet

naravaneNew Delhi, June 25: General M M Naravane will brief the top leadership on the situation at the Line of Actual Control amidst the tension with China. The Indian Army Chief returned after a two day trip to east Ladakh theatre. He took stock of the situation and also met with the soldiers who were injured in the Galwan Valley clash on June 15.

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Extraordinary times, extraordinary measures: Indian Army gives soldiers a free hand at LAC

India-ladakh-armyNew Delhi, June 21: Changing the rules of engagement in the aftermath of the violent skirmish at the Galwan Valley, the Indian Army has given freedom of action to its commanders deployed along the Line of Actual Control.

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Indian Army will deal with situation firmly, if Beijing attempts to change status quo

china-build-upNew Delhi, June 19: Beijing should not disregard the agreements and make attempts to unilaterally change the status quo and if they do so, then the Indian Army will deal with the situation firmly.

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Days of Chinese walk-ins set to get over, with Indian Army upping the ante

Chinese_ArmyNew Delhi, June 18: With the Indian Army being placed under the highest state of alert, the days of a walk in for the People’s Liberation Army appear to be over.

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All set for the kill, why Army’s hit-list has most terrorists from the Hizbul Mujahideen

kasharmyNew Delhi, May 15: The Indian Army will keep up the momentum and go for the big terrorists in the Valley. After gunning down, Hizbul Mujahideen’s top terrorist, Riyaz Naikoo, the Army has come up with a new list of top 10 terrorists.

The focus would be on these terrorists as they are capable of re-building the terror groups. Moreover, with the emerge of a new group The Resistance Front (TRF), whose main purpose is to recruit, it is important that we get to these top terrorists, an official, who did not want to be named told OneIndia.

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With social distancing, Grade A intel, how Army is gunning down terrorists with precision

army-kashmirNew Delhi, Apr 30: The Indian Army has until April gunned down 26 terrorists and these operations have been far from easy.

The coronavirus has hit the nation hard and it has been no different for the Indian Army what is standing guard at Jammu and Kashmir and the border areas. The operations have been highly successful and have been carried amidst protocols of social distancing.

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Refrain from sharing videos in uniform on social media: Army tells its personnel

indian-army1New Delhi, Mar 31: The Indian Army has warned its personnel against sharing videos on the social media giving out their identity.

It has been noticed that serving Indian Army personnel are creating/sharing videos on the social media giving their identity as also in uniform.

All personnel are advised to follow the existing guidelines and refrain from such activities, the Indian Army has said.

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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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