Defence

Anti-Pakistan protest in Jammu over ceasefire violation

An anti-Pakistan protest was held in Jammu on Tuesday against firing and shelling by the neighbouring country in which seven people, including an eight-month-old baby, have been killed and 24 others i

Defence News

Rajnath warns Pakistan, says Modi government will not seek answers from forces on how they retaliate against firing

Asserting Pakistan was not "mending its ways", Home Minister Rajnath Singh today sent out a strong message to it over the continuing spate of unprovoked firing incidents along the border saying the go

rajnath singh, modi government, bsf, india paksitan border, Jammu and Kashmir, Modi government, india, pakistan News

Sochi Informal Meeting: PM Modi assures Putin that India-Russia defence deals not in trouble

The one-on-one talks between PM Modi and President Putin focused on various global issues. But, one of the major focus of the discussion was the defence ties between India and Russia. It was reported

Modi, modirussiavisit, pm narendra modi in russia, pm narendra modi russia visit, russia visit pm narendra modi, modi meets vladimir putin News

Two injured in heavy shelling by Pakistan along International Border in Jammu and Kashmir

A 70-year-old woman was among two persons injured as Pakistani Rangers opened fire and lobbed mortars along the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir early today, triggering panic among border res

pakistan, Pakistani Rangers, ceasefire, ceasefire violation, jammu and kashmir, kashmir, international border, LOC News

US to impose ‘strongest sanctions in history’ on Iran

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Tehran would be hit with the "strongest sanctions in history" and cautioned European firms against continuing to do business with it, toughening up Washington'

mike pompeo, iran, us sanctions, sanctions, tehran, washington, iran nuclear deal, nuclear pact, CIA News

14 police personnel killed in Taliban attacks in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province

An Afghan official says at least 14 police officers have been killed after Taliban attacked several districts in eastern Ghazni province.

Afghanistan, taliban, afghan army, taliban attack, afghan police, terror attack, ghazni, ghazni attack News

Five killed, 22 wounded by Houthi missile in Yemen’s city of Marib

Five people were killed and 22 wounded by a Houthi missile fired at the Yemeni city of Marib, which falls under control of the internationally recognised government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi

houthis, houthi, red herring prospectus, mahad satyagraha, project sunrise, missile, Iran, Yemen, houthi missile, Marib, Iraq, Saudi News

Pakistan raises India’s ‘violation’ of Indus Waters Treaty with World Bank

Pakistan has raised with the World Bank the alleged violation of the Indus Waters Treaty by India, which inaugurated the Kishanganga hydro project in Kashmir, as the multilateral lender sought opportu

Indus Waters Treaty, Pakistan, World Bank, Kishanganga hydroelectric project, Kishanganga project, Jammu and Kashmir, Narendra Modi  News

Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistan violates ceasefire in Arnia sector

The Pakistani troops violated ceasefire upon the Indian Territory in Jammu and Kashmir's Arnia sector. On a related note, residents of the Arnia sector have migrated to safer places after Pakistan con

Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan, Arnia sector, ceasefire violation, loc, bsf News

Government working on applications of AI for military use: Nirmala Sitharaman

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said the government was serious about introducing applications of artificial intelligence for defence forces.

defence minister nirmala sitharaman, nirmala sitharaman News

Beijing denies ‘militarisation’ of South China Sea

Beijing today hit back at allegations it was "militarising" the South China Sea after landing bombers at an airbase in the contested waters, instead accusing Washington of increasing tensions with its

Beijing, militarisation of south china sea, south china sea, Pentagon, US, Philippines, Malaysia, US navy News

INS Tarini reaches home, the all-women crew makes us Indians proud!

The six-member crew which had met with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in August 2017 and had undertaken the globe voyage initiative have now returned home to Goa.

Defence News

Former RAW Chief and Pak ISI Chief team up to write a book

Amarjit Singh Dulat, former Secretary of Research and Analysis Wing (1999-2000) and Asad Durrani, former Director General, Inter-Services Intelligence (1990-91) are teaming up on a new book.

India, Pakistan, judicial panel, prisoners, fishermen,  External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj  News

Welcome home INS Tarini; Six women crew return home after circumnavigating globe to create history!

Navika Sagar Parikrama: After sailing across the globe for 254 days, all women crew onboard INS Tarini have returned to Goa in India. The six Indian naval members created history for being the first e

Defence News

Security forces have new mantra in Kashmir: Try to catch them alive

"Catch them alive" is the new mantra in Jammu and Kashmir as security forces, which have killed over 70 terrorists in the last seven months, shift gear to focus on finding new recruits and motivating

jk encounter, infiltration foiled, LoC, kupwara district News

Jammu and Kashmir Police to procure modern equipment for security operations

The Jammu and Kashmir Police will procure various modern equipment such as under vehicle surveillance systems, deep search metal detectors and explosive detectors for security-related operations in th

Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir police, vehicle surveillance systems, Kashmir Valley, explosive detector, deep search metal detector  News

Naxal menace a challenge but now losing ground, says Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said Naxalism was a challenge but the menace was now shrinking and losing ground in the country.

Rajnath Singh, Naxalism, Bastariya Battalion, Chhattisgarh, Kashmir, news on Naxalism, latest news on Naxalism, Left Wing Extremist News

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh commissions ‘Bastariya Battalion’ to end Maoist menace

The 'Bastariya' battalion derives its name from the region called Bastar in Southern Chattisgarh, which borders Andra Pradesh, Telangana and Odisha. The battalion is instituted to deploy special secur

Defence News

China says gold mine operation in Tibetan county close to Arunachal Pradesh is its sovereign right

Xi thanked the father and his two daughters for their loyalty and contributions to China, and also urged the people of Lhunze to "set down roots" to develop the area for the national interest.

china, gold mine operation, tibet, arunachal pradesh News

India takes seriously any comment from Islamabad calling on peace with India, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Any comment from Islamabad calling for peace between the two countries will be taken seriously by India, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said here today in the backdrop of the Pakistan Army chief

Nirmala Sitharaman, india paksitan ties, defence minister, jammu and kashmir, pakistan army, Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa News

This is big! BrahMos successfully tested for service life extension; becomes first such Indian missile

The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile with an extended life was for the first time successfully test fired today from the Integrated Test Range at 1040 hours in Balasore in Odisha. The test was conduc

Defence News

US State Department overseeing fight against Islamic State group gets reprieve

The State Department unit overseeing the fight against the Islamic State group will stay in business for at least six more months, reversing an administration plan for the unit's imminent downgrade ev

donald trump, rex tillerson, syria, islamic state, us, us exit, IS, IS attack News

Saudi Arabia air defences destroy ballistic missile fired from Yemen over Jazan

Saudi air defences intercepted and destroyed fired by Yemen's Houthi movement over the southern city of Jazan, the Saudi-led coalition said on Monday.

Saudi Arabia, missile, ballistic missile, Jazan, Jazan airport, yemen, houthi News

Six injured in heavy Pakistan shelling along international border in J&K’s Arnia sector

Six persons, including a woman and a special police officer (SPO), were injured today as Pakistani Rangers rained mortar shells on Arnia sector along the International Border (IB) here, hitting Arnia

ceasefire violation, pakistan violates ceasefire, IB, jammu kashmir, arnia sector News

Rajnath Singh to commission maiden anti-naxal ‘Bastariya’ battalion tomorrow

Rajnath Singh will tomorrow attend the commissioning of the much talked-about 'Bastariya' battalion of the CRPF.

rajnath singh, defence, india News

Indus Waters Treaty: Pakistan delegation in US to raise ‘violation’ issue with World Bank

Pakistan will raise the issue of India's alleged violation of the Indus Waters Treaty with the World Bank, a media report said today, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 330 MW Ki

Indus Waters Treaty, india pakistan ties, US, world bank, Narendra Modi, Kishanganga hydroelectric project, Jammu and Kashmir News

BSF, Pakistan Rangers agree to keep peace on border

The Indian Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers on Sunday agreed to maintain peace on the international border in Jammu region, BSF sources said.

Defence News
Advertisement
Income Tax Calculator, Budget 2019, How to Calculate Income Tax

 

Stock Market

Advertisement
Advertisement