Army Chief Naravane leaves for South Korea, set to hold talks on military diplomacy

Army Chief General MM Naravane

On Monday, Army Chief General MM Naravane left for a three-day visit to South Korea. The agenda of this visit is to hold talks with top defence experts of South Korea and to expand bilateral military co-operation between the two Asian countries. Supposedly the visit is aimed at enhancing military diplomacy and future martial operations. The officials of South Korea said that their country is a major supplier of military goods and weapons for India. Two weeks ago, MM Naravane went on a six-day visit to the United Arab Emirates…

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Indian Army guns down eight Pakistani soldiers in retaliation for ceasefire breach

Indian Army

Before Diwali, Pakistan has once again tried to dent India’s celebration of gaiety by breaching armistice. On Friday, Pakistan violated the ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir’s Tangdhar sector and many other places with the intention of disturbing the atmosphere during the festival. Three Indian Army soldiers were killed in the shelling by Pakistan. One Gurez sector and two Uri sector soldiers were martyred in the firing. In retaliation, the Indian Army killed eight Pakistani soldiers including the commandos of the Special Service Group of the Pak Army. Around 10-12 Pakistani…

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India China to meet on Ladakh stand-off tomorrow regarding the pullback expedition.

Indian Army

India and China have been locking horns at the borders for over a month now, and during times like these, this does not seem to be such a good thing to focus national attention towards. In order to expedite a pullback on the borders, India and China will discuss on Friday. This discussion will be around ways to build on the disengagement process – a process started this week after National Security Advisor Ajit Doval conversed with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.  Friday’s meeting will be of the Working Mechanism…

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The situation gets intense along the LAC with full army deployment

Indo-Chinese

Things have been politically tense along the Indo-Chinese border as there have been reports of Chinese invasion into Indian borders. This issue garnered nationwide attention when Indian soldiers lost lives in the Galwan area. Along the 3488 km-long Line of Actual Control, both Indian and Chinese armies stand fully deployed on the Galwan Sector.  Since the Galwan Incident, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army is continuing to send troops inside the Indian borders. The Indian army is also on standby as a part of the response in the Tibet region and…

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