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Silence on next army chief raises speculation about tri-servic...

According to convention, Lt Gen Praveen Bakshi should be named as Dalbir Singh Suhag's successor Business Standard, 18 hours ago

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Army Chief visits attack site; search op called off

Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag in Nagrota on Wednesday. A Tribune Photo Amir Karim Tantray Tribune News Service Jammu, November 30 A day after two Army officers and five soldiers got martyred during a fidayeen attack on an Army unit in ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Army Chief General Dalbir Suhag Visits Nagrota; Combing Operation On  NDTV1 week ago Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag visits Nagrota, briefed about terror attack; combing operation on  Zee News1 week ago Army chief Gen Suhag visits Nagrota; combing operation continue  Hindustan Times1 week ago
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Nagrota attack: Army probe to look into how terrorists entered camp

The attack is being probed and the final report will clarify everything, Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag said on the sidelines of an event here today. (Representative image: PTI) The army has initiated an inquiry into the deadly Nagrota attack ...
 Financial Express2 days ago Nagrota attack: Army to probe militant entry into the camps  Livemint.com2 days ago
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Honour for Bihar regiment

It was a historic moment for Bihar Regimental Centre in Danapur today when army chief Gen. Dalbir Singh Suhag presented the President's Colours to its 18th, 19th and 20th battalions during a colour presentation parade on its premises. President's ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Chief honours Bihar Regiment units with President's Colours  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Nagrota attack: Combing operations resume at army base near Jammu

Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag is likely to visit the Nagrota Corps headquarter near Jammu today to review the situation Srinagar: Combing operations on Wednesday resumed at the Nagrota army camp near Jammu, where seven defence personnel were ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Accountability deficit makes army bases vulnerable  New Indian Express4 days ago Army Chief briefed as combing operation concludes at Nagrota  Kashmir Times1 week ago Nagrota Attack: Terrorists Dug Tunnel to Enter Army Camp, Reveals Probe  News18.com1 week ago
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PM Modi reviews security situation with Chiefs of Armed forces

Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag is believed to have briefed Modi on the situation and how the forces are handling the Pakistani provocation. Press Trust of India | New Delhi November 8, 2016 Last Updated at 17:28 IST
 Business Standard4 weeks ago PM reviews border security situation  Kashmir Times4 weeks ago PM reviews security situation as Pak continues unprovoked firing  The Echo Of India4 weeks ago PM, 3 chiefs review security  The Freepress Journal4 weeks ago
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About Bajwa clan, here and in Pak

The appointment of Lt Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa as the next Pakistan army chief to replace Gen Raheel Sharif has kicked up social media traffic, with speculation in some quarters that his family may have old ties with the Sikh Bajwa families in India. ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago
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JeM behind Uri attack; DGMO calls Pak counterpart

Stung by the deadliest ever attack on the Army in Jammu and Kashmir, Director General Military Operations Lt Gen Ranbir Singh on Sunday called up his counterpart in Pakistan expressing "serious concerns" over Pakistani markings found on the equipment used by four "foreign" terrorists suspected to be belonging to Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed. The attack at the administrative base of the 10 Dogra, which top army officials described as a "serious setback", was launched at 0530 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Terror Attack: DGMO calls up Pakistani counterpart  Deccan Herald2 months ago Lt General AK Bhatt appointed as new DGMO  Times of India1 week ago

7 terror launch pads targeted in surgical strike

Gen Singh said the operations were basically focused to ensure that the terrorists do not succeed in their design of infiltration and carrying out destruction and endangering the lives of citizens of our country. India carried out ‘surgical strikes’ on terror launch pads across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir in the wee hours of Thursday, inflicting “significant casualties” on terrorists and those who are trying to support them. The announcement of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago May not be wise to release proof of surgical strikes, feels Modi government  Economic Times2 months ago Over 300 terrorists flee from training camps in PoK following surgical strikes  India Today2 months ago MIDNIGHT REPRISAL  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Army chief felicitates soldiers who took part in cross-LoC strike

Provided by IBNLive File photo of General Dalbir Singh Suhag (Chief of the Army Staff of the Indian Army) coming out of a meeting.(Photo by ) Udhampur: Army Chief Dalbir Singh on Saturday visited the Northern Command based here to take stock of ...
 MSN News US2 months ago
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