All the country’s land is with our security forces: ITBP and BSF DG amid Sino-India standoff

When asked if the ITBP had moved more troops to its posts along the LAC, Deswal said the forces are moved across the country as per requirement.
An ITBP company has an operational strength of about 100 troops.

Jammu and Kashmir: Army foils infiltration attempt along LoC; 2 militants killed

Two militants were killed on Saturday as the Army foiled an infiltration attempt along the Line of Control (LoC) in Naugam sector of Jammu and Kashmir, a defence spokesperson said.

Jammu and Kashmir, indian army, LOC, Naugam sector, Kupwara district, militants killed in jammu, latest news on jammu and kashmir

India-US ties: Amid tensions at China LAC, world’s leading democracies discuss fighting Covid-19, joint military drills and more

Recently India reached out to all friendly nations urging them to expedite the deliveries of the military equipment orders for which have been placed.

India-US ties,LAC, Covid-19, joint military drills, Rajnath Singh, Mark Esper, India-US Military Cooperation, Galwan Valley, COMCASA,defence news, indian army

India-China Border Standoff: Long road ahead, next WMCC to take place soon

During the talks the Indian side was led by Naveen Srivastava, Joint Secretary (East Asia), Ministry of External Affairs and the Chinese delegation was led by Director-General of the Boundary & Oceani

India-China Border Standoff, WMCC, LAC, MEA, India-China Border areas, indian army, defence news, latest news on india china standoff

Vande Bharat Mission: Flights and Naval ships bring back stranded Indians back home, phase IV begins

So far around 6, 61,352 persons, have registered their request with the Indian Missions for repatriation to India, this is as on July 8.

Since the demand from the GCC countries, Singapore, and Malaysia has gone up, efforts are on to get them back too.

China rejects prospect of joining arms control talks with US

China, with the world's biggest nuclear arsenal after the US and Russia, has maintained it will not join in talks with Washington and Moscow on reducing its number of warheads.

China's objection to the so-called trilateral arms control negotiations is very clear, and the US knows it very well.

Defence Minister Rajnath holds telephonic conversation with South Korean counterpart Jeong Kyeong-Doo

South Korea has been a major supplier of weapons and military equipment to India for past several years. Last year, the two countries finalised a roadmap for cooperation in joint production of various

Officials said the two sides discussed ways to launch joint production lines for military hardware and key platforms.

Apache firepower for IAF! Boeing confirms completing delivery of world’s best combat helicopters to India

According to the Boeing Company statement, India is one of the 17 countries which selected the Apache and has received the most advanced variant the AH-64E Apache.

Apache firepower, indian air force, Apache Helicopters, Boeing Company, AH-64E Apache, CH-47F(I),Chinook military helicopters, india air force, dfence news

India to invite Australia for naval drill, risking China’s ire, says report

New Delhi is expected to clear the way next week for a formal invitation to Australia following final government clearance and consultations with the U.S. and Japan, the officials said.

Malabar naval exercise, india australia defence ties, indian navy,india australia naval drill, Beijing, india china standoff,  Indo-Pacific, coronavirus pandemic, defence news, 

Perpetrators of heinous terror attacks continue to enjoy ‘state hospitality’ in Pakistan: India at UN

Mahaveer Singhvi, head of the Indian delegation, made the comments at a webinar on Thursday during the ongoing virtual Counter-Terrorism Week.

india, pakistan, united nations, 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, 2008 Mumbai terror attack, Counter-Terrorism Week,Mahaveer Singhvi, terrorism, jammun and kashmir, defence news

Proud of India for standing up to Chinese aggression: US Senator

The Indian and Chinese armies have been locked in a bitter standoff in eastern Ladakh for the last eight weeks.

india china standoff, chinese aggression, galwan valley, US Senator, narendra modi, Huawei,Xi zingping, Chinese Communist Party,South China Sea

India-China border talks: Focus shifts to Pangong Tso lake as troops pull back from friction points

The focus is now on Pangong Tso. The People's Liberation Army, even after reduction, still has a large number of troops at Finger 4 on the northern banks of the lake.

India-China border stand-off

Chinese, Indian border troops taken ‘effective measures’ to disengage along LAC: China

The Chinese side also suffered casualties but it is yet to give out the details. According to an American intelligence report, the number of casualties on the Chinese side was 35.

India-China Border Tension: Next round of high-level talks next week, India needs to be cautious, say experts

India needs to be watching the PLA actions along the 3800 km of the LAC and not be limited to Ladakh, as the Chinese deceit is well known and we shouldn’t be surprised,” Lt Col Manoj K Channan (Re

India-China LAC Standoff: Know what are patrolling points and what do they signify

The army has currently been deployed to patrolling points- where standoff between the two countries is taking place.

india-china stand off, galwan valley, india china relations, india-china face off, india china ladakh stand off, India china ladakh violent face off, India china galwan valley stand off, india china tensions, india china border tension

Pentagon leaders face grilling on use of military in unrest

Esper received the final promotion list on Monday and approved it, with Vindman's name included, and it was expected to be sent to the White House in the next day or two, the defense official said.

Esper said he saw no need for such an extreme measure.

India-China standoff: Delhi’s four-pronged approach for handling LAC tensions; check details

In a bid to reduce tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, New Delhi has come up with a four-pronged approach that will allow Indian Army to disengage.

India-China border dispute, Chinese troops, Line of Actual Control, LAC, Ladakh, Foreign Secretary, Harsh Vardhan Shringla, India, China, Wang Yi, National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval, India, China, India China clash, India China latest news, India China border news,India China border, India China war, Defence Minister, Rajnath Singh, Indian Army, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, Leh, Ladakh, Galwan Valley, Eastern Ladakh, Chinese aggression, Line of Actual Control, PLA, People's Liberation Army, CCCP, Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi,

Indian Army asks personnel to delete 89 apps including Facebook, TikTok, Truecaller, Instagram, Tinder, PUBG

The Indian Army has asked its personnel to delete 89 apps from their smartphones including Facebook, TikTok, Truecaller and Instagram to plug leakage of information

Indian Army 89 apps ban

Military lessons yet to be learnt: Better Late than ever

India must remain on guard against such sinister operations being launched in future by either Pakistan or China.

Indian Army is solely dependent on Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) for ammunition and that's why it can get away with substandard products.

India-China stand-off: How Doval-Wang talks helped in de-escalation at the LAC

The special representative-level talk on Sunday was proposed by the Chinese side after the Galwan Valley incident, in which 20 Indian Army personnel were killed.

India-China stand-off

India-China Border tension: PLA troops move back further, disengagement completes at Patrolling Point 15

India and China's armies have been involved in several eye-ball-eye-ball confrontations between them but the current crisis is the first in decades that have left casualties of this magnitude on eithe

India’s UNSC priorities find ‘resonance’ in declaration to commemorate UN’s 75th anniversary

India's priorities for its two-year tenure as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council has found “resonance” in a draft declaration finalised to commemorate the global body's 75th anniver

UNSC, UN Security Council, new delhi, UN General Assembly, Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, T S Tirumurti, covid 19 pandemic,latest news on UNSC

Ladakh Standoff: Indian, Chinese troops start pulling back from Hot Springs sector after Galwan disengagement

The stepping back of the troops is a part of the understanding that the Corps Commanders reached when they held talks on June 30 at the Chushul border point.

Interview: MKU is exporting Made in India Night Vision Devices, says Prachi Gupta, Vice President

Night Vision Devices, commonly known as NVDs are tactical devices that are capable of amplifying light to illuminate the dark surroundings of their users.

Night Vision Devices, NVD,Ms Prachi Gupta,  Electro-Optics Division,Made in India in NVD, paramilitary forces, defence news
Income Tax Calculator, Budget 2019, How to Calculate Income Tax


Stock Market