China’s PLA bludgeons 20 Indian Army soldiers to death in Ladakh

Twenty Indian Army soldiers were killed, 76 injured and 10 were taken captive by China’s PLA near a stand-off point on the LAC in eastern Ladakh’s Galwan valley. Meanwhile, a row has erupted in India over why the Army soldiers didn’t carry weapons for self-defence. Read More
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LAC stand-off: China reinforces troops in Ladakh, India matches up

The rising tension and stand-offs between Indian and Chinese troops at several places along the line of actual control– from Ladakh to Sikkim – seems to be snowballing into a serious issue between the two countries with both countries augmenting their forces. Read More
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India Covid-19 infections cross 42,000, govt says cases steadying

The number of coronavirus infections in the country has crossed 42,000 with 2,806 new cases and the death toll is now approaching 1,400 with 58 new deaths. Meanwhile, the US said there was “enormous evidence” that showed Covid-19 came from a Chinese lab. Read More
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War hero ‘anguished’ over tax on disability pension, slams Army

Major General Ian Cardozo (retired), a 1971 war hero, has expressed deep concern and anguish over government’s decision to tax disability pension given to soldiers. The veteran also criticized the Army HQ for supporting the initiative and for using his name to defend the move. Read More
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‘Modiji ki sena’: EC issues show-cause notice to Adityanath

Referring to the Indian Army as “Modiji ki sena” in a recent election rally has put UP CM Yogi Adityanath in a spot for possible violation of the election model code of conduct. The Election Commission has now issued a show-cause notice against him. Read More
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Army to hike number of combat-worthy officers in forward units

The Army is all set to witness some major changes as the defence ministry has approved the proposal to increase the number of officers for forward units and also to the creation of the post of deputy chief of Army staff strategy to handle operational and force planning. Read More
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Army: Anyone who picks up gun in Kashmir will be eliminated

The Indian Army will eliminate anyone who picks up a gun in the Kashmir valley. This was said by the commander of the Srinagar-based 15 Corps, which is also called Chinar Corps, on Tuesday. Read More
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