India helps Uganda to set up military war game centre
On Sunday, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni inaugurated the war game centre conceptualised by Indian military team for Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF).
North Korea discusses new policies for increasing 'nuclear war deterrence': KCNA
Discussions at the Central Military Commission meeting also ...
20 years after withdrawal, Israel, Hezbollah brace for war
"We are preparing seriously for the next war. We're not taking any shortcuts becau...
A wealthy, powerful, democratic India would help frustrate China's 'hegemonic ambitions': US Senator
"America won its most important Cold War victories by helping democracies become rich in ways that advanced its own security and prosperity. It's high time to revive that approach, and India is the place to start," John Cornyn -- a Republican Senator from Texas --wrote on Twitter.
India looks ready for long stand-off with China, may not stop border infra work
Indian security sources say India should be prepared for more turbulence with China on the border. This is because, as a “second mover” India is playing catch-up to China’s own impressive border development works. In the past four years, India has stepped on the gas on border roads and landing strips, all along the LAC.
Had asked Army to prepare for cross border war during Kargil conflict: Former Army chief VP Malik
Malik said that a leader is effective when he knows what he wants and makes it clear. He said that he had decided then that the army must be prepared to launch forces across the border. This was counter to government’s instruction to not cross the Line of Control.
India, China enhance military presence in Ladakh as tension mounts
It is learnt that the India's top military brass is constantly monitoring the evolving situation even as the US said the aggressive behaviour by Chinese troops was a reminder of the threat posed by China. Sources said the Chinese troops significantly increased their presence in areas around Pangong Tso and even brought in additional boats to the lake.
In war or in business, focus should be on human capital: VP Malik
Training leaders at all levels is necessary and the focus has to be on 'human capital', said former Army Chief General VP Malik, explaining how leadership played a crucial role during the Kargil conflict in 1999 when the army had been prepared to cross into Pakistan at six days' notice.
Myanmar army again guilty of abuses, possible war crimes: UN expert
The military is locked in an increasingly bloody civil war against the Arakan Army (AA), an insurgent group fighting for more autonomy for ethnic Rakhine Buddhists. Scores have been killed, hundreds wounded and some 150,000 people have fled their homes since the fighting erupted in January last year.
Coronavirus crisis 'biggest invisible war'; Armed forces and military assets adequately protected: Rajnath Singh
"The fight against COVID-19 is possibly the biggest invisible war in our lifetime. A war against humanity and having various impact on health and economic security of the nation. The armed forces are assisting the nation in its fight against coronavirus," Singh said.
Indo-Pak ties in 2019: From brink of war to corridor of peace
The outgoing year solidify the fact that the mistrust between the two countries is deeper than perceived.
Attack on Taiwan an option to stop independence, top China general says
Speaking at Beijing's Great Hall of the People on the 15th anniversary of the Anti-Secession Law, Li Zuocheng, chief of the Joint Staff Department and member of the Central Military Commission, left the door open to using force.
Coming Apocalypse of Xi Jinping
China stares at an economic collapse in wake of Covid of an economy already bruised with Trump's trade war. Therefore, the move in Hong Kong reflect Xi and Party's nervousness is managing economic fallouts of Covid and trade war. Current Hong Kong move appears geared more towards domestic audience rather than global for a change.
Escalatory game does not always lead to war, says Army Chief Naravane
Addressing a seminar on ‘Changing characteristics of land warfare and its impact on the military’ in Delhi, Naravane said the army is “embracing low-hanging technologies and inducting them with speed into our units and formations”.
Afghan forces killed in first 'Taliban attack' since ceasefire end
The temporary truce ended on Tuesday but a lull in the country's grinding violence has largely held, raising hopes that the militants and Kabul could soon start much-delayed peace talks.
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