Two-minute silence to be observed nationwide on Martrys’ Day: Central Government

Martyrs' Day

After the decision to celebrate Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birthday (23rd January) as a day of valour, the Centre has taken another decision to honour the country’s martyrs. Every year on 30th January i.e. Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary, Martyrs’ Day is celebrated within the country. In the new order, the central government has asked everyone to observe two-minute silence on Martyrs’ Day. The Centre took this step to pay tribute to our country’s martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the country’s independence. This time, the Central Government has issued new…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

Chinese soldier breaches LAC, held by Indian Army

Chinese Soldier

Amid rising tensions between India and China, a Chinese soldier breached the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and entered the Indian territory after which he was nabbed by the Indian soldiers. The Indian Army has captured this Chinese soldier around the Demchok area of Ladakh on Monday. The Indian Army has identified the Chinese soldier as Corporal Wang Ya Long. The Indian Army provided the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Soldier with necessary medical attention, warm clothes, food, and oxygen to protect the soldier from rough climatic conditions and its effects…

Read More