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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,   ,  
Cyclone 'Hudhud' to hit Andhra, Odisha coasts tomorrow, Centre takes stock of relief preparedness

Cyclone 'Hudhud' to hit Andhra, Odisha coasts tomorrow, Centre takes stock of relief preparedness

11 Oct 2014

Hyderabad/Bhubaneswar: With Cyclone 'Hudhud' expected to hit the Andhra Pradesh and Odisha coasts by Sunday, state authorities evacuated thousands of people in vulnerable areas to safer places.

Odisha coast,   Andhra Pradesh,   Cyclone Hudhud,   coastal districts,   ndrf,   army,   navy,   National calamity,  
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 ,  
India, China officials to discuss border issues today

India, China officials to discuss border issues today

15 Oct 2014

Beijing: Officials of India and China would hold their first meeting of a bilateral border mechanism on Thursday in New Delhi after the recent standoff between the armies of the two nations in Ladakh region.

India,   China,   India China border,   India China dispute,   Bilateral border,   New Delhi,   Standoff,   India Army,   Ladakh,   Border dispute,  
India will not bow down before anyone: Rajnath Singh on ceasefire violations

India will not bow down before anyone: Rajnath Singh on ceasefire violations

09 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In the wake of relentless ceasefire violations by Pakistani rangers along international border, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that the Indian defence forces were giving a 'befitting' reply to them and the country won't bow down before anyone.

Rajnath Singh,   ceasefire violations,   Pakistani rangers,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   BSF,   Jammu and kashmir,   POK,   Indian Army,  
Tatra deal: Court to hear case against Tejinder Singh on December 6

Tatra deal: Court to hear case against Tejinder Singh on December 6

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A Delhi Court on Monday fixed December 6 for hearing a case in which CBI has charge sheeted Lt Gen (retd) Tejinder Singh for allegedly offering Rs 14 crore bribe to then Army Chief Gen V K Singh for clearing Tatra vehicles file.

Tejinder Singh,   Tatra deal,   December 6,   Lt Gen (retd) Tejinder Singh,   Rs 14 crore bribe,   Army Chief Gen V K Singh,   Tatra vehicles,  
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,  
<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 ,  
Protesters storm PTV office in Islamabad, evicted by <strong>army</strong>

Protesters storm PTV office in Islamabad, evicted by army

01 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Hundreds of protesters aiming to topple Pakistan's government stormed the state broadcaster's office on Monday, blocking its transmission briefly before the army evicted them and secured the building.

PTV,   Pakistan Television,   Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf,   Pakistan Awami Tehreek,   Imran Khan,   Nawaz Sharif,   Pakistan crisis,   Pakistan unrest,  

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