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The Indian Army is working towards ensuring that it has more manpower available for operations and related tasks by picking out troops from one of its services.

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Changing the status quo in guarding of Myanmar border would be a setback for operations against North Eastern insurgent groups based in Myanmar, the Army has said opposing the Union Home Ministry’s proposal to merge Assam Rifles with the Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).

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Over 200 ITBP officers and jawans have trained in Mandarin for "better interaction" during border standoffs with Chinese troops, a top official said on Wednesday.

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The Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed is trying to coordinate with other groups in Kashmir to carry out attacks, Jammu and Kashmir's police chief said on Wednesday, while announcing that the al-Qaida's offshoot, the Ansar Ghazwatul Hind, has been wiped out from the Valley.

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In its bid to augment the fighting arms Indian Army has commissioned a new study to rationalize troops of the Army Supply Corps (ASC).

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The Indian Army’s major strike against terrorist launch pads in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir on Sunday was crucial to stop infiltration ahead of the winters to stop attempts to create unrest in the Valley over the effective scrapping of Article 370.

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Former captain of the Indian Cricket Team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni was recently spotted driving a modified Nissan Jonga. He arrived at the local JSCA Stadium in Ranchi, his hometown, which is hosting the third and last Test between India and South Africa, in the former Indian Army owned SUV.

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On Sunday, Two Jawans of Indian Army lost their lives during the ceasefire violation by Pakistani Army on Line of Control in Tangdhar Sector. The name of the two Indian army Jawan were Hav Padam Bahadur Shrestha and Rfn Gamil Kr Shrestha.

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Indian Army has given a befitting reply to Pakistan on attempts to infiltrate and such actions will continue if they don’t stop infiltration, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday.

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Two very significant pitches for indigenously developed arms came from the highest levels of the Indian Army in the past week. Addressing a DRDO conference on October 15, army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat said the forces would fight and win the next war with homegrown solutions.

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