Indian, US army to hold joint exercise in Alaska
The theme of the exercise is "Employment of an Integrated Battle Group in Mountain/Extreme Climatic Conditions" under Chapter VII of United Nations mandate. As per the ministry, the lead battalion from the Indian side is from the Maratha Light Infantry, and the 1-24 Infantry Battalion of 1st Brigade Combat Team will participate from the US side.
PM Modi praises German singer Cassandra Mae Spittmann for her melodic voice
The Prime Minister played the renditions of these tracks sung by Cassandra Mae and said: "Such a melodious voice...and every word reflects emotions. We can also feel her attachment to God. You would be surprised to know that this voice is of a daughter from Germany.
Indian Navy chief participates in Seapower Symposium in United States
At the conference, the CNS spoke extensively about the challenges of Human Resource Management, with specific reference to recruitment and retention of trained personnel and India’s initiatives towards addressing these through the "Agnipath" scheme, empowering women and driving the Indian Navy into a gender-neutral force.
Centre mulls move to cancel OCI cards of Khalistani terrorists, confiscate their properties in India
Sources privy to the matter said that the government has asked the agencies to identify the properties of the terrorists settled abroad.
Manipur govt suspends ‘Free Movement Regime’ along Myanmar border, asks Center to close it permanently
Four northeastern states – Manipur (398 km), Arunachal Pradesh (520 km), Nagaland (215 km) and Mizoram (510 km) – share a 1,643-km unfenced border with Myanmar and there are 16 km FMR along these international borders.
‘Worked to save dignity of PM's post’: Danish Ali counters BJP’s allegation
“Today some BJP leaders are trying to run a narrative that I provoked Ramesh Bidhuri in the Parliament, whereas the truth is that I worked to save the dignity of the post of Prime Minister and made the Chairman aware of the highly objectionable words related to Modi Ji. Had demanded his removal from the proceedings of the House,” Danish Ali wrote on X.
Canada should 'thank & reward' whoever killed a terrorist: Ex-Army officer
"He (Hardeep Singh Njjar) was not only a threat to India but also could become a threat to Canadian citizens. In fact, Canada should be happy and thank and reward whoever killed a terrorist residing illegally on their land," Lt. Gen. (retd) Kapur told this correspondent.
Nijjar took training in Pak, backed terrorist activities across India, claims fresh Intelligence report
As per the Intelligence findings, he went to Pakistan in April 2012 even as he was active in the world of crime since 1980. It has been claimed that in Pakistan, he was provided training in handling IEDs by a terrorist.
Pannun runs law firms but spreads lawlessness in India
He also runs a law firm abroad. Pannun's law firm is known as 'Pannun Law Firm' and has offices in New York (Astoria Boulevard, Queens) and California (Liberty Street, Fremont).
PM Modi to flag off 9 Vande Bharat Express trains on Sunday
The nine trains will provide faster connectivity across 11 states -- Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Bihar, West Bengal, Kerala, Odisha, Jharkhand and Gujarat.