05 Jul 2015
Srinagar: The changed face of militancy in the Kashmir Valley has led the Army to "completely review" its anti-infiltration and counter-insurgency strategies to tackle among other things the growing trend of youths, even educated ones, gravitating towards terror outfits.
13 Jun 2015
Imphal: In the aftermath of June 4 ambush on an Army convoy in which 18 soldiers were killed, three militants, including two NSCN(K) insurgents, have been arrested in Manipur.
29 Jun 2015
New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today arrested a self-styled regional commander of Naga militant outfit NSCN-K who masterminded the June 4 ambush on an Indian Army convoy in Manipur.
30 Nov 2013
Imphal: Barring seven Assembly constituencies within Imphal Municipal area, the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act 1958 will be extended for another year in insurgency-hit Manipur from Sunday.
26 Jun 2015
Imphal: An improvised explosive device (IED) exploded today near the Raj Bhavan here but there was no report of any casualty, a senior police officer said.
06 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Naga insurgent outfit NSCN (Khaplang), with which the Centre abrogated ceasefire in March, has claimed responsibility for the ambush in Manipur in which 18 army personnel were killed and 10 others injured.
05 Jun 2015
New Delhi: An all-out offensive was launched to trace and eliminate the militants involved in massacre of 20 Army men in Manipur on Thursday. The Indo-Myanmar border in Manipur has been closed to stop the militants fleeing to the neighbouring country.
10 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked his Cabinet colleague Jitendra Singh to go to Manipur to take stock of situation there, a day after Army's retaliatory strike in Myanmar that neutralised insurgents believed to be behind the ambush in the state that killed 18 soldiers.
05 Jun 2015
Imphal: Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag today rushed here as security forces intensified their operations in the state following the deadly ambush by insurgents that killed 18 soldiers and injured 11 others yesterday.
10 Jun 2015
Beijing: China today dismissed as 'completely groundless' the media reports accusing its Army officials of having links with a militant group involved in an attack on Indian troops in Manipur that left 18 soldiers dead.