'One Rank, One Pension' to become a reality on August 15?
'One Rank, One Pension' to become a reality on August 15?

A report claimed on Tuesday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi may announce the implementation of 'One Rank, One Pension' on August 15.

Indian military lab develops kit to detect swine flu in hours

In a major breakthrough in detecting the deadly swine flu virus that killed around 2,000 people in India in an outbreak this year, a key military research centre has developed a kit that can detect the virus in a matter of hours.

DNA: Indian Army in a financial crisis, unable to buy critical weapons

Parliament's standing committee on defence has said that the Indian army doesn't have the money to buy weapons that they really need.Because of a low budget allocation this year, defence forces won't be able to buy operationally critical equipment like artillery guns, carbines, missiles and antit

Nepal earthquake: China's PLA faces flak over swift evacuation by Indian military

The Indian military's swift evacuation of thousands of Indians from quake-hit Nepal has put China's PLA on the defensive with questions raised as to why its efforts to rescue stranded Chinese nationals did not match that of India.

R-Day celebration: Special Beating Retreat ceremony held at Wagah border

A special Beating Retreat ceremony took place on Monday at the Wagah Border here on the occasion of the 66th Republic Day.

Experts' take on boosting India-US ties

In the backdrop of US President Barack Obama's historic visit to India as the chief guest at Republic Day parade, the two nations have deepened their ties in science, technology, innovation, agriculture, health, education and skills.

Experts' take on boosting India-US ties- Part II

In the backdrop of US President Barack Obama's historic visit to India as the chief guest at Republic Day parade, the two nations have deepened their ties in science, technology, innovation, agriculture, health, education and skills.

Obama, PM Modi attend Prez Pranab's 'At Home' reception

US President Barack Obama along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday attended the 'At Home' reception ceremony hosted by Indian President Pranab Mukherjee at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on the occasion of 66th Republic Day of India.

R-Day parade: Obama witnesses India's cultural heritage, military might- Part II

Multi-hued images of India's rich cultural diversity and military might as well as achievements in diverse fields unfolded on Monday at the 66th Republic Day parade which had a US President Barack Obama as the Chief Guest for the first time.

R-Day parade: NSC praises the grand display by all-women military contingent

As US President Barack Obama attended the annual Republic Day parade as the Chief Guest at Rajpath on Monday, his National Security Council (NSC) took to Twitter to praise the display by the all-women military contingent.

R-Day parade: Obama witnesses India's cultural heritage, military might

ulti-hued images of India's rich cultural diversity and military might as well as achievements in diverse fields unfolded on Monday at the 66th Republic Day parade which had a US President Barack Obama as the Chief Guest for the first time.

India sees first-ever women's contingent at R-Day parade

India witnessed the first march by women army, navy and air force personnel at the 66th Republic Day parade on Monday.

Cultural heritage, military might at display on Republic Day

Multi-hued images of India's rich cultural diversity and military might as well as achievements in diverse fields unfolded Monday at the 66th Republic Day parade which had a US President Barack Obama as the Chief Guest for the first time.

No outdated military equipments utilised by soldiers: Govt

No outdated military equipments are utilised by soldiers as government has a well established procedure to replace them, Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

Indian military short of 9,845 officers

The Indian armed forces are short of 9,845 officers, and the government said Tuesday that it had taken several steps to overcome the situation.

Watch: Indian military's lethal weapons

The encounter in Arnia sector of Jammu region close to Indo-Pak border ended on Friday morning after the remaining fourth militant was gunned down by security forces during the terror attack on an Army patrol that in all left 12 people dead including five civilians and three army personnel.

Watch: Indian military's lethal weapons- Part 2

The encounter in Arnia sector of Jammu region close to Indo-Pak border ended on Friday morning after the remaining fourth militant was gunned down by security forces during the terror attack on an Army patrol that in all left 12 people dead including five civilians and three army personnel.

Pakistan slams Pentagon report on terror safe havens

Pakistan on Wednesday reacted sharply to a blunt Pentagon assessment that it harbours terrorist sanctuaries, saying the remarks in the report contained "unsubstantiated allegations" and "unwarranted comments".

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.