A year after Thai coup, stability trumps growth for business

When Thailand`s Army seized power in a bloodless coup, much of the business establishment quietly cheered them on. A year on, the captains of Thai industry remain firmly behind the junta, despite a lacklustre economy and a delayed return to democracy.

Army instructed to neutralise infiltrators: Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Thursday that the army has been given orders to neutralise infiltrators trying to enter India.

Army instructed to neutralise infiltrators: Manohar Parrikar

 Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Thursday that the army has been given orders to neutralise infiltrators trying to enter India.

Burundi president loyalists say coup failed amid sporadic shooting
Burundi president loyalists say coup failed amid sporadic shooting

The head of Burundi`s army said on Thursday that an attempted coup had failed and forces loyal to President Pierre Nkurunziza were in control, but bursts of gunfire in the capital through the day suggested the battle for power was not yet over.

Synergy among all stakeholders needed to indigenise defence production

 Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt General Philip Campose today emphasised the need for a synergised approach by all stakeholders to ensure success of the 'Make In India' initiative in the defence sector.

Syrian troops battle to free trapped forces: Monitor

Syrian government forces advanced Saturday towards the rebel-held town of Jisr al-Shughur, where around 250 regime force members and their families are trapped in a hospital building, a monitor said.

France should have probed Central Africa child abuse earlier: UN rights chief

UN rights chief Zeid Ra`ad Al Hussein on Friday said France should have probed much earlier claims that its soldiers raped children in the Central African Republic between December 2013 and June 2014.

Nepal Army launches Operation Sankat Mochan

The Nepal Army on Friday launched its ambitious Operation Sankat Mochan to mobilise its personnel in quake hit areas as foreign search and research teams have left the Himalayan nation.

Troops kill 28 suspected militants in central Nigeria: military

Troops killed 28 suspected militants during a weekend operation in central Nigeria launched in response to an attack last month which saw six soldiers gruesomely murdered, the military said Monday.

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

Two UN men hit by Syria fire on Israeli-held Golan: Army

Two UN peacekeepers were wounded on Monday when mortar rounds fired from Syria hit their base in the Israeli-held sector of the Golan Heights, an army spokesperson said.

Lebanon forces arrest IS-linked cleric: Security source

Security forces on Sunday arrested a Lebanese man accused of being a cleric and recruiting agent for the extremist Islamic State jihadist group, a security source told AFP.

Zee Media exclusive report from LoC

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Nigeria frees 234 more women, children from Boko Haram stronghold: Army

Nigeria troops have freed another 234 women and children from Boko Haram`s stronghold in the Sambisa forest, the military said Friday.

UN urged to `shed all light` on Central African Republic child sex abuse scandal

Save the Children has urged France and the United Nations to "shed all light" on accusations that French soldiers sexually abused hungry children in the Central African Republic.

Clashes between Mali army, rebels leave 19 dead

Ten militants and nine soldiers died in clashes between the Malian army and the main Tuareg rebel alliance, the government said today, raising fears for the country's fragile peace process.

DNA: India's indigenous artillery gun 'Dhanush' clears Army trails

Dhanush is India's indigenous artillery gun which is extremely powerful has successfully cleared its field trials and is ready for manufacture in numbers.
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Bombay HC asks Army to consider war veteran's disability pension plea

 The Bombay High Court on Thursday directed Army authorities to consider within two weeks a representation made by a 68-year-old war veteran seeking disability pension.

South Africa to deploy army over anti-immigrant attacks

 South African soldiers will be deployed to tackle gangs hunting down and killing foreigners, officials said Tuesday, after at least seven people died in a wave of anti-immigrant violence.

Burundi warns Army could be called out over protests

 Burundi`s government warned on Monday it could call out the army if protests escalate over controversial plans by President Pierre Nkurunziza to defy a two-term limit and seek re-election.