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Heroism Amidst The Debacle: A Signaller’s View Of 1962 War

The plight of the Army Signallers who were desperately trying to keep the vital battlefield channels of communication open despite outdated and inadequate equipment, even as the Chinese overwhelmed the Indian positions in Ladakh and NEFA, is described in vivid, gut-wrenching detail

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Indian Army Gets Its 1st Chief From Corps Of Engineers

General Manoj Pande’s principal challenge during his 2-year tenure will be handling the protracted stand-off with China in Ladakh and preparing the Army for Theatre Commands

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BRO To Set Up New RCC Units, Task Force For Development Work In Ladakh: DG

The BRO chief also asked the Lt Governor for the allotment of land for carrying out various project works in the union territory

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No breakthrough in 15th round of India-China military talks on Ladakh stand-off

Two sides agree to keep LAC’s Western sector stable and continue dialogue

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COVID Count In Ladakh Rises To 23,536

Of the active cases, 714 are under treatment in Leh and 130 in Kargil, the officials said.

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Supply Line To Ladakh Kept Open Through Snow-Bound Zoji La

For the first time, key mountain pass at a height of 11,649 feet is open for traffic after December 31

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New Satellite Image Shows China Constructing Bridge On Its Side Of Pangong Lake In Ladakh: Sources

The armies of India and China had created a buffer zone in Galwan valley following their deadly clashes on 15 June 2020.

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India, China Effectively Controlled Border Frictions In Eastern Ladakh: Chinese FM Wang Yi

Wang's remark comes in the midst of the lingering border row between the two countries in eastern Ladakh.

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Ladakh To Reopen Schools In Kargil Region For Classes 6 To 8 Students

Eight patients were discharged after recovering from the diseases, bringing down the active cases in the region to 71 -- 51 in Leh and 20 in Kargil, the officials said.

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Time To Step Up Defence Innovation & Modernization; Services Must Be The Primary Driving Force Behind All Defence R&D

Modernization is an inescapable and inexorable need of the defence forces in India. The thrust on technology and innovation is an imperative for both the establishment and industry. Instead of adopting a lead role in technological innovation in drone and anti- drone capability by virtue of the available expertise in IT, the country scrambled to hastily acquire even basic equipment. In the face of each crisis, the Armed Forces end up looking far and beyond and yet again initiate a complex cycle of procurement with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), mostly foreign. What is the way out then? The Indian Armed Forces must step into the role of the soldiers- scientist, taking ownership of the weaponry and technology that they depend on, to defend our country, writes Manish Kumar Jha.

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NTPC REL to set up country's first green Hydrogen Mobility project in Ladakh

The MoU will enable NTPC to help Ladakh develop a carbon-free economy based on renewable sources and green hydrogen.

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Govt Approves Over Rs 6,100 Crore-Worth Highway Projects

These include Rs 2,801.33 crore-worth projects in Maharashtra and RS 1,259 crore-worth projects in Assam.

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Manipur CM felicitates Captain Rangnamei for bravery at Galwan Valley

Manipur CM felicitates Captain Rangnamei for bravery at Galwan Valley

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India, China to hold 10th round of Corps Commander level talks today

India, China to hold 10th round of Corps Commander level talks today

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PM Modi to chair 6th Governing Council meeting of NITI Aayog on February 20

PM Modi to chair 6th Governing Council meeting of NITI Aayog on February 20

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