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India's first indigenous 9 mm machine pistol has been jointly developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the Indian Army, the Defence Ministry said on Thursday.

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After calling Gurkha recruitment a legacy of past and the 1947 tripartite agreement "redundant", Nepal Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali has now said that the Nepalese can join Indian Gurkha regiments.

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A Pakistani intruder shot by the Border Security Force (BSF) along the international border in Punjab’s Gurdaspur sector on Thursday night was identified by the Pakistan Rangers on Friday morning.

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Troops posted in Ladakh will be among the first to get vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus as the national plan goes underway from January 16, with officials saying that vaccine centres are fully geared for mass inoculations, . . .

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More than 270 terrorists are currently active in Jammu and Kashmir, which is less than the 2019 and 2020 figures, official sources have said.

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India’s first indigenous 9 mm Machine Pistol “ASMI” has been developed by Lt Col Prasad Bansod from Infantry School, Mhow with assistance from ARDE, Pune in a record time of four months. The weapon fires the in-service 9 mm ammunition.

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An Indian Army officer has indigenously developed a 'microcopter' which can be used by the Army to carry out surveillance inside a building or room in which terrorists are hiding.

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Army Chief Gen. Manoj Naravane on Tuesday asserted that the Army was ready to hold its ground as long as it took along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh to achieve the national objectives, and noted that a collusive threat . . .

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BJP MP Subramanian Swamy has been warning of the dangers of the Chinese troop buildup in Ladakh for several months.

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With Covid-19 restrictions now being eased as the outbreak ebbs, and facing an aggressive China on the Line of Actual Control and in the Indian Ocean, the Indian armed forces are preparing to induct multiple platforms this year.

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The Army is likely to face a key capability gap when it comes to artillery modernisation, with best case scenario calculations showing that a sizeable number of much needed modern howitzers will only arrive by 2026.

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China has moved back close to 10,000 troops from the Ladakh border as the winter peaked in the region. However, frontline positions remain fully manned by Indian and Chinese troops along contentious points on the Line of Actual Control.

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Colonel B Santosh Babu and some of the other Indian Army personnel, who were killed while valiantly fighting Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh in June last year, are expected to be honoured with gallantry awards . . .

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India’s Defence Ministry modified its procurement coverage final 12 months, paving method for leasing of army tools. In the previous few months, New Delhi has rented drones and naval weapons from Washington.

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Pakistani troops violated ceasefire by resorting to unprovoked mortar shelling and firing on forward posts and villages in different sectors along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) in Rajouri, . . .

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