OROP hunger strike enters 14th day, ex-servicemen write to President
OROP hunger strike enters 14th day, ex-servicemen write to President

Ex-servicemen protesting over their demand for 'One Rank One Pension' (OROP) have written to President Pranab Mukherjee, saying some veterans were developing medical complications due to their indefinite hunger strike which entered the 14th day, and the government will be responsible for any untoward incident.

18 jawans injured in explosion in Army camp in Kashmir's Pulwama district

At least 18 army jawans were injured in an explosion at an army camp on Saturday in south Kashmir's Pulwama district.

Mountaineering expedition flagged off for Siachen

Army's Ace of Spade division flagged off a mountaineering expedition to 6,550-metre high mount Zago Kangri in the Siachen Glacier region from Rajouri, a Defence spokesperson said on Saturday.

OROP stir: Another Army veteran hospitalised
OROP stir: Another Army veteran hospitalised

A retired Army havildar who was on a relay hunger strike as part of agitation by veterans for early implementation of 'One Rank One Pension' was on Saturday rushed to the Army hospital after his health deteriorated.

14 injured in Kashmir Army camp blast

Fourteen soldiers were injured on Saturday in an explosion inside an army training camp in south Kashmir's Pulwama district, authorities said.

Captured Pak terrorist Sajjad Ahmed trained in LeT camp, had no specific mission in Kashmir
Captured Pak terrorist Sajjad Ahmed trained in LeT camp, had no specific mission in Kashmir

A day after the Indian Army and J&K Police, in a joint operation, captured Pakistani terrorist Sajjad Ahmed after killing his four associates in a two-day operation in Kashmir, details have started to tumble out.

India is the only external threat: Pakistan military
India is the only external threat: Pakistan military

Pakistan military has told a parliamentary committee that India is the only external threat to the country and the situation with regard to ties was volatile in the wake of the suspended Indo-Pak dialogue.

1965 war anniversary: President Pranab Mukherjee pays homage to martyrs
1965 war anniversary: President Pranab Mukherjee pays homage to martyrs

President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday paid homage to the martyred soldiers to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1965 India-Pakistan war.

OROP row: Injustice done to soldiers must be undone, Major Gen (Retd) Satbir Singh

Major General (Retired) Satbir Singh on Thursday met Army Chief Dalbir Singh Suhag to discuss their demand of `One Rank, One Pension` (OROP) although there was no meeting with the government.

Another Pakistani terrorist Sajjad Ahmed caught alive in Jammu and Kashmir

Another terrorist named Sajjad Ahmad has been caught caught alive today by Indian army.

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After Naved, another Pakistani terrorist Sajjad Ahmed caught alive in Jammu and Kashmir
After Naved, another Pakistani terrorist Sajjad Ahmed caught alive in Jammu and Kashmir

In a major development, Indian security forces captured alive another Pakistani terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.  

Firing between Army and militants in Rafiabad, J&K

A firing between army and terrorists is going on where at present two terrorists are being reportedly dead while a search operation is also underway.

Two anti-militancy operations continue in north Kashmir
Two anti-militancy operations continue in north Kashmir

The two anti-militancy operations in north Kashmir entered the second day on Thursday but no fresh casualties have been reported so far, Army said.

Hardik Patel demands Rs 35 lakh ex gratia for quota stir violence victims

Tension prevailed in Gujarat as the death toll in clashes which started on Tuesday during quota agitation by Patel community climbed to nine today and Army was deployed in more cities to rein in the violence.

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Militant killed in encounter in Kashmir's Uri sector

An unidentified militant was killed in an encounter with security forces near the Line of Control in Uri area of North Kashmir's Baramulla district on Wednesday.

OROP negotiations continue, no breakthrough, protest to go on

 Negotiations over `One Rank One Pension` (OROP) continued on Tuesday as two ex-servicemen on a fast-unto-death were in hospital, while another refused to leave the protest venue even as his health deteriorated.

Militant attack rumour triggers panic in Jammu

A hoax call on Tuesday about spotting of militants triggered panic and fear as it kept the Army and Police on their toes due to search operation.

Army JCO killed in Pak sniper firing along LoC

A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) of Army was killed today in cross-LoC firing by Pakistani troops in Kupwara district of Kashmir.

India, not Pakistan, won 1965 war, says new book
India, not Pakistan, won 1965 war, says new book

A new book has rubbished Pakistan's claim of gaining victory over India in the 1965 war.

Pakistan calls off NSA-level talks, hell bent on raking up Kashmir; India terms decision 'unfortunate'
Pakistan calls off NSA-level talks, hell bent on raking up Kashmir; India terms decision 'unfortunate'

Finally calling off the National Security Agency (NSA) level talks, Pakistan Minister of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) on Saturday reiterated that the scheduled programme can not be held on the basis of the pre-conditions set by India.