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Chinar Corps Commander Lieutenant General KJS Dhillon on Saturday said that Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry regiment is a 'small India' in itself. Lieutenant General Dhillon was attending the event of passing out parade of jawans of Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry regiment in Srinagar.

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It's the most lethal, sophisticated and all-weather battle tank that India has indigenously designed and conceptualised till date.

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After the Armed Forces were attacked by cyber crooks on Friday late night, the tri-services cyber wings issued emergency warning to all the defence personnel not to access mail titled -- 'Notice' -- with attachments, sources said on Saturday.

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The first batch of 10 dogs trained in sniffing out mines and other explosive devices were on Saturday handed over to the Bangladesh army by the Indian Army at the Petrapole check post in North 24-Parganas on Saturday.

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Over 400 freshly-trained youths from Jammu and Kashmir were on Saturday recruited into the Army at a passing-out-parade here, the first such parade of the force after the erstwhile state became the Union territory.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked citizens to pitch in for those in the military on Armed Forces Flag Day. The Armed Forces Flag Day is observed every year on December 7 since 1949 in honour of soldiers, airmen and sailors who fought on the borders to keep the country safe.

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Two unidentified persons on Friday allegedly fled after stealing two INSAS rifles and 20 rounds of ammunition from the Pachmarhi Army Camp in Madhya Pradesh's Hoshangabad.

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Amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan, the Indian Army is looking for close to 200 armoured fighting vehicles for deployment in different sectors in the frontier with Pakistan.

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Exercise Sindhu Sudarshan, conducted by Sudarshan Chakra Corps of the Pune-headquartered Southern Command, which concluded on Wednesday, was marked by the first-of-its-kind collective trial of a large number of newly-inducted equipment and technology in the actual battle conditions in Thar desert along the western front.

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Scuffle among the personnel at the Kadenar base camp of Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) led an infuriated jawan opened indiscriminate fire killing five and critically injuring two other personnel in one of the worst Maoist-affected districts of Narayanpur in south Chhattisgarh. Later he killed himself with his service weapon AK-47.

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Scuffle among the personnel at the Kadenar base camp of Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) led an infuriated jawan opened indiscriminate fire killing five and critically injuring two other personnel in one of the worst Maoist-affected districts of Narayanpur in south Chhattisgarh. Later he killed himself with his service weapon AK-47.

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Five Army personnel went missing while two others were rescued after two massive avalanches hit forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Gurez and Karnah. A rescue operation has been launched by the Indian Army at both locations.

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To begin with, the official said, at least four companies (4000 men) of Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) have already left Kashmir.

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A total of 284 cadets of National Defence Academy graduated on Saturday during the 137th passing out parade held at Khetrapal Parade ground at the academy in presence of Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.

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Pakistan on Saturday (1 December) violated the ceasefire along the line of control (LoC) in Shahpur and Qasba areas of the Poonch sectors of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), reports Asian News International (ANI).

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