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Indian military’s Non-Contact Warfare doctrine

A few months back, India’s Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat said, ‘Non-contact warfare would help gain an advantage over adversaries in the future. Quantum technology, cyberspace and above all, Artificial Intelligence need to be leveraged’. Non-contact warfare includes intimidating the adversary without any physical contact. Today, General Rawat is tasked with drafting a doctrine for non-contact warfare and tracking its implementation. Embracing it could change the way the

16 countries including India to take part in naval exercise in the Indian Ocean New Delhi: India has organised ‘MILAN’ Naval Exercise. 16 countries will be participating in this exercise. It is claimed that India will effectively use this exercise to ensure secure marine transport channels. This naval exercise has gained importance in view of the increased Chinese naval activities in the Indian Ocean. On the background of the Maldives

Tussles in Indian Sub-continent

Only Pakistan responsible for India-Pak tensions accuses a senior leader of Trump administration Washington: The Trump Administration has expressed its concerns by stating that only Pakistan was responsible for the deteriorating situation between India and Pakistan. It said that unless Pakistan gives up its terror policy and makes progress in investigations on incidents like those of the 2016 Pathankot attack where the Indian Air Force base was violated, tensions between

Exemplary service of Indian Women UN Peacekeepers in Liberia

United Nations has been deploying peacekeeping forces across the world in areas which are troubled or violence-torn for protecting the innocent and common people. Over the years India has been the biggest troop contributor to these UN missions. And it is not just Indian men who are going in the corners of the world to make it a safer and a peaceful place but Indian women too are not far

Indian Army Kills Terrorists Across the Border, Sends a Tough Message to Neighbours

It has been just over a year since the ‘Look East’ policy of Government of India has actually transformed into ‘Act East’. And the last five days have been an epitome in it. The Prime Minister of India went on his maiden tour of Bangladesh and sealed the much-awaited border treaty. The event was totally historic and rather awaited for last 41 years. And following this groundbreaking treaty since the

Heartfelt tribute to Indias first Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat

“Our’s will not be the first bullet, but after the first bullet is fired, we won’t count our bullets”, this one line is enough to characterise the personality of India’s first Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat. The afternoon of the 8th of December 2021 brought the terrible news of the untimely and sad demise of Gen. Bipin Rawat, along with his wife and 11 brave warriors of the

India responding proactively to China threat at LAC

Over the last year and a half, China has taken several overt steps to undermine India at the Line of Control (LAC). These steps are in the form of passing new border laws, heavy deployment of troops and weaponry, using demographic changes to displace the local Tibetan population, etc. However, right since the Doklam standoff, India has responded to China proactively. A quick look at the actions initiated by India

two-front conflict

A few days back, China held a night battle drill in Tibet at 16,000 feet height near the Indian border. It came as a deliberate provocation to India and also highlighted the massive troop build-up Beijing is conducting at the Line of Actual Control with India. Moreover, after Taliban has taken over power in Afghanistan, former US National Security Advisor John Bolton has predicted that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons may fall

India on a spree of Military Exercises worldwide

“The more you sweat during practice, the less you bleed in war”, is a famous military saying. Keeping with it, the militaries of the world have been conducting war drills for centuries. Over the last two months, particularly, the Indian Armed Forces have been on a spree of military exercises worldwide. These exercises are helping to augment interoperability with allies. Moreover, they are a part of Indian military diplomacy that

India China Standoff

India and Russia start ‘Indra Navy 2020’ Exercises Kolkata: – India and Russia have started the ‘Indra Navy 2020’ exercises. The war exercises are being held in the Bay of Bengal with the participation of both Indian and Russian navies and the significance of the exercises increase further, against the background of the escalating tension on the Chinese border. Read More: http://www.newscast-pratyaksha.com/english/india-and-russia-start-indra-navy-2020-exercises/ Morale of Indian Army very high, says Army