Manpreet Singh Badal objects to sand mining department’s demand for ‘army of staff’

As Badal raised the objection stating that he found it difficult to understand why the department needed more than 10 times the existing staff when it was functioning with 36 employees.


Armed Forces Tribunal stays promotion board of Army’s JAG branch for rank of Brigadier

The interim order has come on the petition of a Colonel who had sent a legal notice to the Defence Secretary in July 2017 over the withdrawal of free rations for army personnel.


Army to hand over 3 FOBs to Railways on February 20

Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal to attend inauguration


More green camps this summer

Green Army activities to be extended to 300 schools


Former Army officer was killed for refusing to share matchbox

An officer of Captain rank, Bali was dismissed from service after a court martial in 1989. During the investigation, footage from one of the CCTV cameras showed a man running away from the spot towards Mangal Vihar and M G Road.


Ex-Army officer was bludgeoned to death over matchbox: Pune City Police

Bali, a former officer of the Corps of Electronic and Mechanical Engineers (EME) of the Army, was homeless. He had been living inside a tent on a footpath on Koyaji Road for the last five years.


Army veterans back Major Aditya Kumar

Demand justice for officers named accused in Shopian firing case


Mohan Bhagwat meant RSS workers arrive first during calamity, Army takes time: Ghosh

“His statement only meant that during any calamity, RSS workers arrive first, but the Army takes some time to reach,” Ghosh told mediapersons in Kolkata.


TSWREIS school to help crack entry into forces

To prepare students for careers in Indian Army, Air Force and Navy


‘If death penalty was solution, Army camp wouldn’t have faced attack’

Rasheed, MLA from Langate constituency , said the separatist Hurriyat Conference represents sentiments and sacrifices of the people and accused its leaders of having “diminished their stature by their own actions”.


Why can’t married women be recruited in JAG: HC to Army

Bench says Army should take legal stand against objections


Delhi HC cites Republic Day to question Army on objections to women in JAG

The observation by the court came during the hearing of a PIL by a lawyer claiming that there was "institutionalised discrimination" against married women by not inducting them in the JAG service, the legal branch of the Army.


J-K: Pakistan violates ceasefire along LoC in Poonch

Ceasefire violation: In view of border shelling, the administration has already ordered closure of schools falling within 5 kms from the border.


Pune: Murdered former Army officer had been dismissed from service in 1989

65-year-old Ravindra Bali, a former officer of the Corps of Electronic and Mechanical Engineers (EME), was murdered by two unidentified men outside the main gate of the Southern Command Officers’ mess on Koyaji Road in Pune camp, his home for about


Pune: Murdered ex-Army officer was dismissed from service in 1989

According to army sources, 65-year-old Ravindra Bali, a graduate of the National Defence Academy, had faced a court martial and was dismissed from service in 1989 over allegations of “moral turpitude”.


Former Army officer living on footpath in Pune Camp killed

Police have booked the killers under Section 302, 34 of the IPC. Police said around 12 am, one of the assailants hit Bali repeatedly with a cement block, causing his death. Later, the assailants fled the spot on a two-wheeler. A probe is on to identify th


‘Involved Army to change Rlys. mindset’

Piyush Goyal pays surprise visit to review FOBs being built by the Army


Lack of compassion towards disabled soldiers a cause for concern, says former Army chief VP Malik

VP Malik was speaking at the launch of the revised edition of a book - ‘Maimed By The System’ - on disabled soldiers and the travails of their next of kin at Panjab University.


Parel-Elphinstone Road stations: Army to complete work on foot overbridge today

“The bridge is 70-metre long and 3.9-metre wide... It had to be laid in three spans. The first two spans were laid on Saturday. We will lay the last span on Sunday morning,” said Brigadier Dhiraj Mohan from the Bombay Sappers

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