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New pro-China president of Maldives Dr Mohamed Muizzu asks India to withdraw its military from the country, assures friendship will continue

Dr Mohamed Muizzu, the recently elected president of Maldives, has formally asked India to remove its armed forces from the country

Sri Lanka: Indian High Commission denies rumors of the deployment of Indian Military personnel in the country

As per reports, the Indian high commission in Sri Lanka has denied rumors that India is deploying Indian military personnel in the country.

High level probe ordered for accidental release of missile during inspection which fell in Pakistan, says Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh in Rajya Sabha

No loss of lives or property was reported from Pakistan on the accidental firing of missile from India during routine maintenance

Indian Army’s ‘Sindhu Sudarshan’ exercise: Over 40000 troops, tanks, attack helicopters currently displaying strike power in Rajasthan

the Army attempts to validate the operational effectiveness and warfare capability of the Indian Army’s 21 Corps, one of service’s three so-called strike corps, in an integrated air, land battle scenario.

UAE troops to take part in training exercise at the Indian Military Academy

A 20 member contingent of the UAE has already reached the Indian Military Academy as part of the programme on Wednesday.

NSAB chairperson PS Raghavan alleges Lt General DS Hooda had revealed details of a secret report, Hooda denies

As a part of the largest reform programme of the defence forces, the Modi government has been trying ways to "optimise" the size of the military forces

Ten things India must do to stop being a soft state

India is overly defensive. Despite its massive economic and military power, it does not respond to grave provocations (26/11, for example). It does not retaliate when attacked. It tolerates countless attacks on its citizens and affronts to its prestige.

Twitter user lists out various initiatives of military modernisation under Modi government

The axiomatic call of duty rooted in a soldier has always been respected by this Government and given utmost importance

Teenage actor who acted in film ‘Haider’, joined Lashkar-e-Taiba, neutralised in encounter

Police confirmed that the two teenagers had joined the Lashkar-e-Taiba, immediately after they went missing on August 31

India-China to resume ‘hand-in-hand’ military drill after one year gap due to Doklam standoff

The 'hand-in-hand' military dril will focus on counter terrorism operations and will promote mutual understanding between the two militaries.

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