Two injured in blast at army depot in J&K

Srinagar, Jan 16 : Two labourers were injured in an explosion inside an army field ammunition depot in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Tuesday, police said. Police sources said two injured in the explosion at the Khundroo field ammunition depot were taken to hospital. “The cause of explosion is being ascertained,” a police source […]

India attends SCO military cooperation meet

By Gaurav Sharma Beijing, Jan 16 : India for the first time participated in the military cooperation meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), which it joined last year. An Indian delegation led by Major General Ajay Seth participated in the meeting here, which discussed issues of practical cooperation amongst the SCO member countries, the […]

2 parties eye alliance to become Japan’s biggest opposition group

Tokyo, Jan 15 : Two of Japan’s opposition parties on Monday exchanged a document on consensus on their basic policies as they agreed to form an alliance in parliament. While an official merger has not yet been confirmed, Motohisa Furukawa, Secretary General of the Party of Hope and Teruhiko Mashiko, who serves the same position […]

Afghan air force kills 32 militants in latest raids

Kabul, Jan 15 : At least 32 militants were killed in two separate airstrikes in Afghanistan, the Defence Ministry said on Monday. In one raid conducted by Afghan National Army (ANA) Air Force on Sunday against a Taliban’s position in Khaki Safed district of western Farah province, 28 insurgents were killed and 10 others injured, […]

China won’t attempt further misadventure in Arunachal: GOC Eastern Command

Kolkata, Jan 15 : Claiming that China had “apologised” for breaching Indian territory in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tuting area during road construction, GOC-in-C, Eastern Command, Lt Gen Abhay Krishna on Monday said the Chinese would not try such misadventures again as the footprint of the Indian Army is everywhere. “We marked the ground and told them […]

India denies casualties in cross-border firing

New Delhi, Jan 15 : The Indian Army on Monday denied that any of its soldiers were hit in cross-border exchange of fire that left at least four Pakistani soldiers dead. Indian Army officials said there were no casualties on the Indian side, and added that the Pakistani soldiers were killed in a “effective counter […]