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J&K: Indian Army Major killed in IED blast near LoC
India

J&K: Indian Army Major killed in IED blast near LoC

An Indian Army Major has been killed in an IED blast in Jammu & Kashmir's Nowshera near the Line of Control in Rajouri district.
5 ways in which you can donate to Indian Army
India

5 ways in which you can donate to Indian Army

The Indian Army is one of the largest and best armies in the world.
Army rules Pakistan despite Imran's election as PM: VK Singh
India

Army rules Pakistan despite Imran's election as PM: VK Singh

Union Minister VK Singh said the army still rules Pakistan despite the election of Imran Khan as the new Prime Minister, adding that it remains to be seen whether he will be able to bring about a change.
If Pakistan stops terrorism, we'll shake hands: Army Chief Rawat
India

If Pakistan stops terrorism, we'll shake hands: Army Chief Rawat

"If Pakistan stops terrorism, the Army would also be like Neeraj Chopra," Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has said, referring to the Asian Games javelin gold medallist's gesture of reaching out to his Pakistani competitor.
Court finds Major Gogoi, who met woman in Srinagar-hotel, guilty
India

Court finds Major Gogoi, who met woman in Srinagar-hotel, guilty

The court of inquiry has ordered disciplinary action against Major Leetul Gogoi. He was found guilty for fraternizing with a local woman, despite instructions against it.
#KargilVijayDiwas: Captain Vikram Batra's father recalls his son's exemplary feat
India

#KargilVijayDiwas: Captain Vikram Batra's father recalls his son's exemplary feat

Kargil war hero Captain Vikram Batra's father, GL Batra, recalled his son's bravery and patriotism and said he felt proud to be the father of a Param Vir Chakra recipient.
19 years later, Kargil martyr's son proudly joins father's battalion
India

19 years later, Kargil martyr's son proudly joins father's battalion

On June 12, 1999, Lance Naik Bachan Singh gave his life fighting against Pakistan at Tololing in Kargil.
Mumbai: This 68-year-old regulates traffic voluntarily everyday for 4 hrs
Mumbai

Mumbai: This 68-year-old regulates traffic voluntarily everyday for 4 hrs

A 68-year-old retired army man in Mumbai has left everyone amazed by his voluntary service towards the public. The man, Ramdayal Yadav, who is a resident of Nalla Sopara regulates traffic near the Nalla Sopara (East) police station every day for nearly four hours and helps the traffic police present there.
If not wars, then what's killing Indian soldiers?
India

If not wars, then what's killing Indian soldiers?

India hasn't fought any major wars since the 1999 Kargil war with Pakistan.

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