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Terrors attacks do not suggest resurgence of militancy: <strong>Army</strong>

Terrors attacks do not suggest resurgence of militancy: Army

07 Apr 2015

Srinagar: Army on Tuesday said there were lessons to be learnt from Monday's militant attacks in Kashmir that claimed lives of three policemen, but dismissed suggestions that there was resurgence of militancy in the Valley.

Terrors attack,   Militancy,   Army,   Valley,   Line of Control,   AFSPA,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Parrikar arrives in J&K to review security situation

Parrikar arrives in J&K to review security situation

22 May 2015

Srinagar: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday began his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir to review the security situation in the state. The Minister arrived in Nubra in Ladakh region from where he will go to Leh and later to Srinagar.

Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Parrikar in Jammu and Kashmir,   Security review,   LoC,   LAC,   Army Chief,   General Dalbir Singh Suhag,   Latest Nation News ,  
Wreckage of US chopper found in Nepal; toll reaches 117

Wreckage of US chopper found in Nepal; toll reaches 117

15 May 2015

Kathmandu: Rescuers in quake-hit Nepal on Friday located three charred bodies and the wreckage of a US Marine helicopter that went missing while delivering aid in the devastated Himalayan nation as death toll from the fresh quake reached 117 amid three fresh tremors.

Nepal Earthquake,   Wreckage of US Chopper,   Earthquake Death,   Nepal Army,   Dolakha,   Relief Efforts,   Latest World News ,  
CRPF to change strategy to curb weapon snatching in J&K

CRPF to change strategy to curb weapon snatching in J&K

14 May 2015

Srinagar: CRPF on Thursday said it is working on changing the strategy of deployment and patrolling in order to curb the incidents of weapon-snatching by militants in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the recent killing of two of its personnel in Anantnag district.

CRPF,   Indian Army,   Militan attacks,   Weapon snatching,   Terror attack,   Latest States News,  
Myanmar rebels convene in remote Wa region

Myanmar rebels convene in remote Wa region

01 May 2015

Yangon: A host of Myanmar ethnic rebels began talks in the isolated Wa region bordering China on Friday as they mull whether to agree a full ceasefire with the government, an armed group official said.

Myanmar rebels,   Wa region,   United Wa State Army,   UWSA,   Taang National Liberation Army,   TNLA,   Myanmar,   Latest World News,  
Prince Harry to quit <strong>Army</strong> in June

Prince Harry to quit Army in June

17 Mar 2015

London: Keen on opening a "new chapter" in his life, Prince Harry on Tuesday announced that he will leave the British army in June after 10 years of service that saw him fight on the frontline twice in Afghanistan.

Prince Harry,   Harry to quit Army,   British army,   Prince to quit British army,  
Congress MP bats for Netaji Bose regiment in Indian <strong>Army</strong>

Congress MP bats for Netaji Bose regiment in Indian Army

17 Apr 2015

Kolkata: Batting for the declassification of secret government files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda on Friday said he has moved a bill proposing to name an army regiment after the nationalist leader.

Bose secret,   Modi government,   Secret files,   Netaji,   Subhas Chandra Bose,   Congress MP,   Deepender Singh Hooda,   Army regiment,  
Capacity building must continue unabated: Manohar Parrikar

Capacity building must continue unabated: Manohar Parrikar

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday said capacity building must continue unabated, as he met top commanders in the national capital. The Minister presided over two separate meetings of the Army commandos and the Air Force commandos.

Capacity building,   Manohar Parrikar,   Defence Minister,   Army commandos,   Air Force commandos,   Indian Army,   latest India news,  
Indian <strong>Army</strong> organizes cycle rally to create awareness on social issues

Indian Army organizes cycle rally to create awareness on social issues

17 Apr 2015

Siliguri: The cycle rally organized by Indian Army to create awareness on social issues reached Siliguri town on Friday after covering a distance of around 2,000 kilometres.

Sashastra Seema Bal,   Uttarakhand,   Army cycle rally,   Indian Army,   Siliguri,   Save girl campaign,   latest India news,  
 New device to confirm chikungunya in an hour found

New device to confirm chikungunya in an hour found

13 May 2015

New York: With a new assay developed in the US, health workers now have a quick way to detect whether or not a sample of mosquitoes harbours the virus that causes chikungunya (CHIKV) within an hour.

chikungunya,   US,   CHIKV,   Aedes mosquitoes,   US Army Medical Research,   mosquitoes,   Latest lifestyle news ,  

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