The Indian Army rejected the DRDO's INSAS assault rifle in 2010 due to its all-round inefficiency. Now the army is being forced to accept DRDO's Excalibur rifle, which is basically an ungraded variant of the INSAS rifle, to make up for a severe shortage of small arms. Rahul Bedi reports for Rediff.com The Indian Army's recent decision to induct an indigenously developed assault rifle follows yet another instance of its failure to import one, after formulating unrealistic Qualitative ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI:The Pakistani Army hasn't got any less aggressive, violating ceasefire agreements and helping terrorists infiltrate the Indian border into Kashmir, but the top brass of the Indian Army seems more obsessed with foreign tours and backing the ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Col J P Singh, Retd. Veterans are sitting on hunger strike at Jantar Mantar since 14 June to protest against govt's flip flop on the implementation of OROP. When OROP was just about to be implemented, families of central police forces formed a ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
Days before the imposition of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act completes 25 years in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, a report by Amnesty looks at the excesses of the security forces and urges for an urgent repeal of the Act PTI Ghulam ...DNA India, 2 months ago
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