In strong message to China, India tests Agni-5

In a strong strategic signal to China amidst the continuing 17-month military confrontation in eastern Ladakh, India tested its most formidable missile, the over 5,000-km range Agni-V, on Wednesday evening. Continue Reading

Disengagement is win-win situation for both sides: Army Chief

The disengagement of armies of India and China from north and south banks of Pangong Tso is a ‘very good end result’ and a win-win situation for both the sides, Army Chief Gen M M Naravane said, stressing that there are strategies in place to address other pending issues in eastern Ladakh. Continue Reading

Editorial: Let peace prevail

Kudos to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar for outlining broader ideas to mend strained ties between India and China. He said the two countries are truly at crossroads and their choices will have profound repercussions, not just for them but for the entire world. Continue Reading

No budgetary constraints to meet Army’s requirements: Rajnath Singh

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said there are no budgetary constraints for capability development and meeting other requirements of the Army. Continue Reading

Mike Pompeo hails India for banning 59 Chinese Apps

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday commended India for banning 59 Chinese apps including TikTok citing a serious security risk even as he launched a scathing attack on China, saying that Beijing cannot threaten countries and bully them in the Himalayas. Continue Reading

76 Indian soldiers injured: Army

The Indian Army has said seventy-six Indian soldiers, who were injured during a violent clash with the Chinese troops at Galwan Vally in eastern Ladakh, were undergoing treatment at various hospitals. Continue Reading