Zee Media Exclusive: Live rescue operations in flood-hit Kashmir Part-II

Watch: Zee Media Exclusive footage of 'Live rescue operations' conducted by the Indian military in the flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir even as the death toll crossed 200 in the worst floods that the state has witnessed in the last 60 years.

PM Modi inducts INS Kolkata, says military might best deterrent to war

Asserting that military might was the biggest deterrent to war, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today declared his government`s commitment to modernising the defence forces saying "when we are capable, no one can dare challenge us".

Keep defence forces modernised, well equipped: Punjab Governor

Expressing concern over the use of sophisticated weapons by terrorists, Punjab Governor Shivraj V Patil on Friday stressed on keeping defence forces modernised by equipping them with modern weaponry.

11 rights violation cases against defence since 2009

Defence forces are investigating 11 cases of human rights violation registered against their personnel since 2009.

‘No proposal to induct women in combat duties’

There is no proposal to induct
women in combat duties in the defence forces including fighter pilots in the IAF, government told the Lok Sabha.

Address concerns of defence forces first: Congress

Differences appeared in the
ruling NC-led coalition in Jammu and Kashmir over the issue of
revocation of AFSPA with ally Congress today favouring talks
with the Defence Ministry on the matter.

Australian Defence forces capture two Taliban leaders in Afghan

The Coalition Forces Headquarter in Afghanistan has stated that The Australian Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) and the Afghan police have captured two Taliban leaders in Oruzgan province.

Govt considering optical fibre network for defence forces

Government is considering providing a dedicated Optical Fibre Cable (OFC) network to the defence forces in place of the spectrum released by them for civilian usage, Defence Minister AK Antony said.

Israeli woman put on trial for leaking classified documents

An Israeli woman, who is
accused of leaking "highly classified" military documents,
went on trial on Monday, facing prospects of life imprisonment.

Defence forces act tough against corrupt: Navy Chief

In the backdrop of Army Generals
facing action in the Sukna land scam, Navy Chief Admiral
Nirmal Verma on Friday said it was only the armed forces that
always took action against the corrupt.

Oz opposition disagrees with placement of women into forces

In the backdrop of Australia planning to shed gender inequality in defence forces, the country`s opposition party on Thursday said the frontline of war is no place for women but maintained its support for equality in armed forces.