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37 killed in Boko Haram, Nigerian <strong>army</strong> clash

37 killed in Boko Haram, Nigerian army clash

18 Feb 2015

Abuja: At least 37 people have been killed in a confrontation between Boko Haram militants and Nigerian troops in the northeastern state of Borno, emergency services personnel said.

Boko Haram attacks,   Nigerian army,   Boko Haram militants,   army clash,  
<strong>Army</strong> helicopter crashes in Dimapur

Army helicopter crashes in Dimapur

02 Feb 2015

Kohima/Kolkata: A Cheetah helicopter of the Army crashed on Monday seconds after taking off from Rangapahar helipad in Nagaland's Dimapur district, with the two pilots and an army official on board escaping unhurt.

Cheetah helicopter,   Indian Army,   Army helicopter,   Helicopter crash,   Helicopter pilot ,  
North Korean leader orders <strong>army</strong> to be 'fully prepared' for war: Report

North Korean leader orders army to be 'fully prepared' for war: Report

23 Feb 2015

Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has asked the country's army to be "fully prepared" for war at an important meeting of the ruling party, according to reports.

North Korean leader,   Kim Jong-un,   army,   war,   Central Military Commission,  
Sri Lanka appoints new <strong>Army</strong> chief; reinstates Fonseka loyalists

Sri Lanka appoints new Army chief; reinstates Fonseka loyalists

20 Feb 2015

Colombo: Major General Chrishantha de Silva was on Friday appointed as the new Sri Lankan Army chief by President Maithripala Sirisena, who also reinstated several loyalists of former army chief Sarath Fonseka.

Sri Lanka,   Sri Lanka army chief,   Chrishantha de Silva ,   new Sri Lankan army chief,  
<strong>Army</strong> helicopter crashes in Kashmir, two pilots killed

Army helicopter crashes in Kashmir, two pilots killed

11 Feb 2015

Srinagar: An army helicopter on Wednesday crashed in Bandipora district of central Kashmir, killing a Lieutenant Colonel and a Major who were piloting the chopper, an Army spokesperson said.

Army helicopter,   Helicopter crash,   Kashmir helicopter crash,   Army chopper,  
Indian <strong>Army</strong> aims to become 100 percent digital, bats for Cloud storage system

Indian Army aims to become 100 percent digital, bats for Cloud storage system

03 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Indian Army is aiming for a highly encrypted Cloud storage system for itself, similar to that of Google, to store data as it is working towards becoming a "100 percent digital" force.

Indian Army,   Cloud storage system,   Army digitization,   Indian Army upgradation,   Indian Army technology ,  
Ukraine <strong>army</strong>, rebels miss deadline to start weapons pullback

Ukraine army, rebels miss deadline to start weapons pullback

17 Feb 2015

Luhanske (Ukraine): Ukrainian government troops and Russia-backed rebels failed on Tuesday to start pulling back heavy weaponry from the front line in eastern Ukraine as a deadline passed to do so.

Ukraine,   Russia,   OSCE,   Ukrainian President,   Poroshenko,   Russian President,   Vladimir Putin,  
Government, BJP dissociate with Mufti statement; Opposition walks out

Government, BJP dissociate with Mufti statement; Opposition walks out

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Opposition in Lok Sabha on Monday lambasted Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed for giving credit to Pakistan, Hurriyat and militants for the smooth conduct of elections in the state, forcing the government and the BJP to "full  disassociate" themselves with the controversial statement.

Ranjnath Singh,   EC,   Election Commission,   Indian Army,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   JK Chief Minister ,  
Two injured in bomb explosion in Meghalaya

Two injured in bomb explosion in Meghalaya

02 Mar 2015

Shillong: Two people were injured on Monday morning after militants hurled a crude bomb at a petrol pump in Meghalaya's West Khasi Hills district, police said.

Meghalaya,   West Khasi Hills,   Bomb Explosion,   Garo Militants,   Garo National Liberation Army,   A'chik Matgrik Elite Force,  
Pakistan Rangers violate ceasefire, target BoP in RS Pura

Pakistan Rangers violate ceasefire, target BoP in RS Pura

27 Feb 2015

Jammu: After a week-long lull in firing from across the International Border (IB), Pakistani Rangers tonight violated the ceasefire and targeted a Border-out-Post (BoP) in the R S Pura sector of Jammu.

Pakistan Rangers,   Ceasefire violation,   Jammu ceasefire,   Border outposts,   International Border,   Indian Army,  

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