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30, Sep 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

Senior IPS officer Arun Kumar, a 1985 batch officer of the Uttar Pradesh cadre, was appointed Director-General of the Railway Protection Force (RPF), today joined the office.Read News

22, Sep 2018, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

Upping the ante over the Rafale issue, Congress president Rahul Gandhi Saturday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Anil Ambani jointly carried out a Rs 130,000 crore "surgical strike" on the defence forces. Read News

21, Sep 2018, by : FnF Desk

Terrorists shot dead three policemen after abducting them from Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir early Friday, police said. The bodies were recovered from an orchard in Wangam area, more than a kilometre from the village the policemen were abducted from.Read News

12, Sep 2018, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

No country in the world is facing the kind of grave threat that India is confronted with, Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa said. He said intentions of adversaries can change overnight and the Air Force needs to match their force level. Read News

11, Sep 2018, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

Just days after pulling out of the joint Bimstec military drill which was being held in Pune, Nepal is now all set to participate in a 12-day long military exercise with China later this month, a move that may not be much appreciated by IndiaRead News

26, Aug 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

At a time when Rahul Gandhi has been leading Congress' charge against what he claims has been a suspicious deal with France for Rafale fighter jets, Anil Ambani has filed a Rs 5000 crore defamation suit against party mouthpiece National Herald for an article published in the paper.Read News

07, Aug 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

Four soldiers including one Army Major have been martyred while foiling an infiltration attempt on Tuesday morning, in which two terrorists have been killed at the Line of Control in Gurez sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district. Read News

30, Jul 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

As many as 41 security personnel, including 20 policemen, were killed and 907 others injured in militancy-related and stone-pelting incidents in Kashmir valley this year, officials said today.Read News

26, Jul 2018, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

The Kargil Vijay Diwas is observed on 26 July every year, in honour of the Indian Army's win in the war in the Kargil-Drass sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian soldiers successfully gained back the high altitude outposts which were infiltrated by Pakistani intruders culminating in Operation Vijay of 1999. Read News

10, Jun 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

Six militants were killed as the Army foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir. An infiltration bid has been eliminated along the LoC in Karen Sector (Kupwara district), a defence spokesman said hereRead News

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