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A Journey To Siachen - World's Highest Battleground

Soldier buried in avalanche found alive 5 days later

(NEWSER) Last Wednesday, an avalanche hit an Indian army base in Kashmir, burying 10 soldiers under 30 feet of ice and snow, the Wall Street Journal More than 150 soldiers, along with two dogs and radar and snow-cutting equipment, responded to ... USA Today, 10 hours ago

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Women Can't Be Barred From Joining Army Medical Corps For Being Pregnant: Court

e ground of being pregnant during the selection process, asserting such an action has "no place" in modern India. The woman, who applied in early 2013 for a short service commission in the AMC, was asked to join service in February 2014 after clearing all ...
 NDTV1 day ago Women can't be forced to choose between bearing child, job: HC to Army  Hindustan Times23 hours ago Pregnancy no hitch for Army selection: High Court  Times of India1 day ago Can't bar woman from joining Army Medical Corps if she gets pregnant: Punjab HC  DNA1 day ago
Mumbai Mirror

Headley's brief: Kill scientists, recruit spies from Indian army

Mumbai Mirror Bureau With a mug of Starbucks coffee in hand, David Coleman Headley puts on record how Pakistan wanted to bleed India. On Day Two of his deposition, David Coleman Headley was seen sipping Starbucks coffee as he replied to special ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 day ago Headley was told to infiltrate Indian defence establishment  Prokerala1 day ago David Headley was asked by Pakistan`s ISI to recruit spies from Indian Army  Zee News1 day ago 26/11 trial: 'Was asked to recruit spies from Indian Army'  MSN India1 day ago

This Is Why Indian Army's Avalanche Rescue Teams Are Always Ready

On the upper reaches of Gulmarg, an avalanche rescue team of the Indian Army conducts a mock drill. Carrying special equipment in backpacks that weigh more than 25 kilos, the soldiers patrol snow-bound peaks. An avalanche victim detector shows the possible ...
 NDTV10 hours ago

India unites in prayers for Hanamanthappa Koppad as Siachen braveheart battles for life

Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad is part of the 19 Madras Regiment of he Indian Army. The post India unites in prayers for Hanamanthappa Koppad as Siachen braveheart battles for life appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com12 hours ago India unites in prayer for Siachen survivor Hanamanthappa  Rediff.com19 hours ago
Himalayan Times

Pakistan await government go-ahead for World T20 in India

Students of the Army Public School (APS) unveil the World Twenty20 trophy during a ceremony in Peshawar, Pakistan, January 11, 2016. REUTERS Pakistan are open to playing next month's World Twenty20 matches at a neutral venue if the government ...
 Himalayan Times16 hours ago Pakistan await govt nod for World T20 in India  Reuters India17 hours ago Cricket-Pakistan await government go-ahead for World T20 in India  Reuters India17 hours ago
Millennium Post

Siachen an integral part of India which can't be vacated: Former Army officer

Nine personnel including a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO), of Madras Regiment died in an avalanche at the Siachen glacier. Lance Naik Hanamanthappa, who hails from Karnataka, was found alive on Monday, buried under 25 feet of snow for six days ...
 IBNLive1 day ago In pics | Siachen: The world's highest and coldest battlefield  Hindustan Times22 hours ago Chances of survival of 10 soldiers trapped in Siachen 'very remote': Army  Kashmir Times5 days ago Army salutes brave soldiers killed in Siachen avalanche  Millennium Post6 days ago
Hindustan Times

Headley nails role of Pak Army officials, ISI agents in 26/11

India February 08(IM):An explosive testimony by US-born Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist David Coleman Headley has exposed the role played by some Pakistani military and intelligence officials in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, which had left 166 people dead in ...
 Indian Mirror2 days ago David Coleman Headley exposes Pak army and ISI role  MSN India17 hours ago LeT man names Pak army, ISI officials  Deccan Herald2 days ago

Army does not want PM Sharif to decide India policy, says Former-Pak envoy

Raising questions over the role of Pakistan's powerful military in the Pathankot terror attack, a former ambassador to India has said that the army does not appreciate Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's attempts to decide on the country's policy towards India. Ambassador Ashraf Jehangir's comments come in the wake of Pathankot attack and a simultaneous attack on Indian consulate in Mazar-e-Sharif in northern Afghanistan just ahead of the Foreign Secretary level talks between Indian and Pakistan ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Indian agencies behind Pathankot attack, says Rahman Malik  Dunya News1 day ago Rehman Malik trashes David Headley's confessions terms them as lies  Tehelka15 hours ago Pak former interior minister rubbishes Headley's testimony  Ani News20 hours ago

Army Officer's Luggage Reaches Delhi Station, But He's Missing

An officer of the Indian Army, who was posted in Jammu and Kashmir, has disappeared while on a train journey. Captain Shikhar Deep, 25, was traveling from Bihar to Delhi on February 6-7. A cousin who went to receive him at the Delhi station on Sunday found ...
 NDTV15 hours ago
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