Defence Services Staff College enhanced Indian Army's image, reputation: Stalin


Chennai, May 20 : Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin on Friday said that the Defence Services Staff College at Wellington has enhanced the professional image and reputation of the Indian armed forces. In his remarks after paying a visit to the college, he also said that Tamil Nadu will always be proactive and forthcoming to provide any possible support to help the college achieve more professional landmarks. Stalin, the second Tamil Nadu Chief Minister to visit the DSSC after his late father and Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi in 1973, also called upon the college to continue the work for the country and also appreciated the significant contribution of the prestigious institution for developing a professional armed force for the country. DSSC Commandant, Lt Gen S. Mohan briefed the Chief Minister on the activities carried out at the college. /IANS


Agnipath protest: Bihar suspends Internet services in 20 districts
Patna, June 20 : Keeping in view the call for Bharat Bandh against the Agnipath scheme on Monday, Bihar government temporarily suspended the Internet

Reform was long pending; no place for protesters in army: Lt Gen Anil Puri
New Delhi, June 19 : Lt. General Anil Puri, Additional Secretary, Department of Military Affairs, on Sunday said that reform was long pending in the d

Rajnath meets service chiefs for 2nd day amid Agnipath protests
New Delhi, June 19 : As the agitation over the Central government's Agnipath recruitment scheme continues across the nation, Union Defence Minister Ra