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70 <strong>Army</strong> installations hit by floods, LoC posts relocated

70 Army installations hit by floods, LoC posts relocated

22 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Seventy Army installations, including camps, bunkers and posts, have been hit by the devastating floods in Kashmir Valley but security forces have swiftly relocated the damaged and washed out posts to plug the gaps in the sensitive border areas.

J&K floods,   Rescue operations,   LoC,   Indo-Pak border,   Army cantonment,   ,  
Chinese pitch seven tents in Chumar; Stand off continues

Chinese pitch seven tents in Chumar; Stand off continues

21 Sep 2014

Leh/New Delhi: The stand-off in Chumar area of Ladakh area took a new turn on Sunday with Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) pitching seven tents well within the Indian territory and showing no signs of withdrawing from the territory.

Chumar area of Ladakh,   Chinese People’s Liberation Army,   PLA,   Indian territory,   India and china ,  
200 heavily armed militants waiting across LoC: <strong>Army</strong>

200 heavily armed militants waiting across LoC: Army

20 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Around 200 heavily armed militants were waiting across the Line of Control (LoC) to infiltrate into the Indian side even as the security forces foiled several attempts by the ultras to sneak into Kashmir Valley following the recent floods.

Army,   Militants,   Indo-Pak LoC,   Infiltration,   Armed terrorist,   J&K floods,   Umar Bhat,  
US keen on strong military ties with India: <strong>Army</strong> Chief

US keen on strong military ties with India: Army Chief

19 Sep 2014

Washington: America is keen to sustain and strengthen its military relationship with India, US Army Chief said on Friday ahead of the Modi-Obama Summit at the White House later this month.

America,   military relationship,   India,   US Army Chief,   Modi-Obama Summit at White House,   General Raymond T Odierno ,  
Obama’s anti-IS coalition takes shape as France carries out first air strike in Iraq

Obama’s anti-IS coalition takes shape as France carries out first air strike in Iraq

19 Sep 2014

Baghdad: France carried out its first air strike against the Islamic State group in Iraq on Friday, boosting US-led efforts to unite the world against the growing threat posed by the jihadists.

France,   US,   Islamic state,   ISIS,   Iraq,   Air strike,   French Army,   US Army,  
Chinese <strong>Army</strong> pushes in more troops into Chumar

Chinese Army pushes in more troops into Chumar

18 Sep 2014

Leh/New Delhi: Heightening tension, the Chinese Army pushed in more troops into Chumar village along the Line of Actual Control in the wee hours on Thursday, hours before the summit meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to sources, the Chinese side pushed in more troops before the break of dawn with more banners asking the Indian Army to leave the area.

Chinese Army,   troops,   Chumar,   Xi Jinping,   Narendra Modi,   Indian territory,   Chinese troops,  
Charges of discrimination 'malicious and insidious': <strong>Army</strong>

Charges of discrimination 'malicious and insidious': Army

15 Sep 2014

Udhampur: Refuting charges as ‘malicious and insidious’ that preference was being given to tourists and out of state residents in their rescue efforts, Army on Monday said it is committed to the task at hand and does not discriminate on the basis of caste, religion, creed or region.

Army in J&K,   Northern Command,   rescue efforts,   Indian Armed Forces,   social media,  
100 more Chinese soldiers enter Ladakh’s Chumar area

100 more Chinese soldiers enter Ladakh’s Chumar area

17 Sep 2014

Leh/New Delhi: Chinese army on Wednesday reportedly made a fresh incursion in Chumar area and refused to return even as a flag-meeting between the two sides is believed to have made no headway in breaking the deadlock.

Chinese army,   Chinese incursion,   Chumar,   Line of Actual Control,   LAC,   People's Liberation Army,   PLA,  
<strong>Army</strong> has been our saviour, says flood victims of Jammu villages

Army has been our saviour, says flood victims of Jammu villages

15 Sep 2014

Surya Chak (Jammu): For the people of this hamlet situated barely a few kilometres from Jammu, it is the Army which came as a saviour after the flash floods in river Tawi ravaged their homes.

flash floods,   river Tawi,   Jammu villages,   Surya Chak,   Government High School,   Tawi Island,   army ,  
Pakistan <strong>army</strong> deployed for flood relief

Pakistan army deployed for flood relief

11 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday deployed the army for relief operations as the country grapples with the deadliest floods in its history that have killed nearly 260 people and affected over a million others.

Pakistan army,   flood relief,   pak flood,   floods,   rescue operations,  

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