1 in 3 hand grenades is a dud: Indian Defence survey

Indian security forces losing confidence over their weaponry

Indian security forces losing confidence over their weaponry

NAGPUR: Imagine a scenario in which an Indian soldier’s life depends on a grenade — may be the last one with the jawan(soldier)— to stop an advancing enemy. He takes the pin out and lobs it. But, instead of hearing an explosion, the jawans are met with a hail of bullets.
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Airspace violations by Chinese choppers: India

MI-17s_Afghan_lgLEH: Two Chinese helicopters have reportedly violated the Indian airspace in recent months in Leh area of north Jammu and Kashmir during which they air-dropped some canned food in barren land at Chumar, northeast of this Himalayan town, along the border.

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Indian Maoists planing a counter plan against Indian Security Forces

Maoists plan to take 'guerrilla war' to new areas

Maoists plan to take 'guerrilla war' to new areas

NEW DELHI: If the Centre has its action plan ready to deal with Maoists, the Red ultras have a counter-plan in place which talks about expanding their “guerrilla war to new areas” to “disperse the enemy force (security personnel) over a sufficiently wider area”.

When chief ministers of Naxal-affected states and their police chiefs meet here sometime this month, they will have the “counter-plan” as a big challenge before them while devising their strategy of “coordinated action” against Red terror.
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110 ceasefire violations by Pak since 2006: Indian Govt, but there is some thing more

NEW DELHI: 110 incidents of ceasefire violation from Pakistani side have
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taken place along the Line of Control (LoC) since 2006 in which nine Indian

security personnel were killed, the government said on Monday.

“A total of 110 incidents of ceasefire violations have taken place along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir since 2006. These include 47 incidents of trans-LoC firing… our troops have suffered nine fatal and 25 non-fatal casualties,” defence minister A K Antony said in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.
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Women join BSF to guard Indian borders

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Indian Infantry, special forces to get new-generation carbines and rifles

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Army’s high-tech F-INSAS project also focuses on transforming soldiers into self-contained, fully networked, mobile killing machines

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