Shortfall of Army officers now less than in 2010

The shortfall of army officers has come down in the last five years. This year, the shortfall was at 17.77 percent compared to 26 percent in 2010, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley told Parliament.

Taliban kill two Pakistan army officers

At least five people including two military officers were killed in a suicide attack in Pakistan Wednesday, the army said. Banned militant outfit Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for the attack.

Six Army officers booked for harassing junior

Six Army officers, including two Brigadier rank officials, have been booked by Ajmer Police for allegedly harassing a junior officer.

Six Army officers booked by Ajmer Police for harassing junior

Six Army officers, including two Brigadier rank officials, have been booked by Ajmer Police for allegedly harassing a junior officer and trying to prove him mentally ill after he raised his voice against certain irregularities.

Meerut clash fourth incident of indiscipline in army since 2010

The clash involving 10 Sikh Light Infantry unit in Uttar Pradesh`s Meerut Thursday, in which two officers and a jawan were injured, is the fourth major instance of indiscipline in the Indian Army in the last three years.

Army officers and soldiers clash in Meerut, two injured

An altercation during a boxing match led to a clash between officers and soldiers of an Army unit in Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, leaving three personnel including the second-in-command injured.

Illegal arms sale: SC questions Army officers continuance in service

The SC questioned the government as to why it was allowing some Army officers to continue in service despite they being allegedly involved in illegal sale of weapons.

Antony orders study to check stress level among Army officers

The Defence Minister has instructed that the study, along with its results on the stress profile of young officers in the Army, should be presented to him next month, DRDO Chief Controller of Life Science W Selvamurthy said.

Stress among army officers being studied

The Indian government has undertaken a study to determine the level of distress among young army officers, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said Wednesday.

615 cadets pass out from IMA to become Army officers

615 cadets passed out after successfully completing a rigorous training course to join the Indian Army as officers.

Service termination stares at Army officers for bigamy

Army is in the process of terminating the services of three of its officers found guilty of marrying more than one woman.

CBI quizzes retd Army officers, Vectra executive

The CBI on Thursday questioned two retired Army officers and an executive of Vectra, whose residence were searched yesterday.

Court extends custody of 6 Adarsh accused to Apr 3

A special court here on Saturday extended
the custody of six accused in the multi-crore Adarsh Society
scam by four days to April 3.

Four top Army officers promoted in Pakistan

Four major generals of the
Pakistan Army have been promoted to the rank of lieutenant general ahead of the retirement of four three-star generals
holding key posts.

I Coast charges 58 pro-Gbagbo Army officers

Ivory Coast has charged 58 army officers close to ousted president Laurent Gbagbo and is holding 40 of them in custody, a military justice official said on Thursday.

No `sahayaks` for Army officers: Parliament panel

Rejecting Defence Ministry`s
argument that the practice of providing `sahayaks` to Army
officers must continue, a Parliamentary panel on Wednesday said
the Army must abolish employing jawans as orderlies.

Bunker fire kills two Army officers in Siachen

Two Army officers were charred to death and four others were injured when their bunker caught fire in Siachen area.

Pak: Army officers discuss security situation

The officers at the meeting resolved to fight the menace of terrorism in national interest.

Army officers` exams to go online this yr

Keeping with the times, the Army`s promotion exams for young officers will go online before the end of this year.

Afghanistan`s first female army officers graduate

Afghanistan`s first female officers
trained by NATO passed out on Thursday to join the national army in
its quest to take over responsibility for the country`s
security within four years.