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The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is all set to purchase 25 high-end drones to equip itself to better conduct anti-Maoist operations and deal with militants in Jammu and Kashmir.

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The Army has started implementing reforms aimed at readying a larger talent pool for crucial tasks and bringing down the age of those commanding key formations including along the borders with China and Pakistan.

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An Indian Army jawan buried in an avalanche at North portal of Rohtang Tunnel in Lahul Spiti was saved after two-hour long rescue operation. Earlier this month, a soldier died after he was buried under thick layer of snow in an avalanche in Kashmir's Kupwara district.

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The army is inching closer towards its goal of deploying attack helicopters for the first time, with India issuing a Letter of Request (LoR) to the US government for buying Boeing-made Apache choppers, a person closely monitoring the project said.

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A high-level meeting of Army, state police and Central Reserved Police Force (CRPF) was held in Jammu and Kashmir's Awantipora to review the security situation, intelligence gathering and operational preparedness to counter the design of terrorists.

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A suspicious object the size of a laptop was found in Arunachal Pradesh today. The device recovered from the Arunachal Pradesh village in Kamle district appears to be an instrument which is used to measure atmospheric conditions.

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Howitzers booming in Sikkim near the China border would normally be cause for alarm, especially after last year's tense 73-day standoff on the Doklam plateau. But last month, it was an occasion to celebrate.

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In an attempt to replace its ageing and obsolete weapons, the Indian Army has re-floated the Request for Information (RFI) to procure 5.5 lakh Assault Rifles under Make-in-India category.

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The Indian armed forces over the next decade want over 400 drones, including combat and submarine launched remotely piloted aircraft, as well as directed energy weapons (DEWs) like high-energy lasers and high-powered microwaves capable of destroying enemy targets and even satellites.

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The Indian army will give Pakistan a reply “sooner rather than later” for the February 10 terror attack on a military camp in Jammu, General Bipin Rawat said.

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