Manu Pubby The Indian Express Group
Wednesday 30 October '13From ‘golden batch’ of Sainik School that includes a serving CM, high-profile seer
Tuesday 29 October '13The mystery over the death raised tensions in the area.
Thursday24 October '13Firm gets 21-day notice; MoD says internal mechanism found proof.
Wednesday16 October '13The attackers had held the unit hostage for several hours, killing four soldiers.
Wednesday16 October '13The grave point is that these clashes have taken place at operational and active units, not at headquarters.
Saturday12 October '13Heightened emotions led to violence and two majors and a soldier were hospitalised for their injuries.
Friday11 October '13It is still unclear what triggered the fight but sources said that the clash took place yesterday.
Friday11 October '13Army has maintained secrecy on the scope and depth of the inquiry.
Thursday10 October '13Ministry believes there is enough ground to invoke integrity pact
Thursday10 October '13Ministry believes there is enough ground to invoke integrity pact.
Wednesday9 October '13More than two dozen militants were trapped in Keran and took over an abandoned village on the LoC.
Wednesday9 October '13The war exercise, the endgame of which coincided with Monday’s meeting of the Nuclear Command Authority.
Saturday5 October '13Tribunal in three months; pressure on CBI to conclude probe.
Saturday5 October '13But MoD note says most leaks originated from Air HQ.
Thursday3 October '1315 Corps Commander Lt Gen Gurmeet Singh said the situation was 'well under control'.
Saturday28 September '13The former Chiefs objected on mixing the 'Sadbhavna' operation with the illegal funding issue.
Friday27 September '13Samba attackers have created an 'Arc of Terror', attempting to spread terrorism beyond Kashmir.
Wednesday25 September '13Former Army chief Gen Shankar Roychowdhury said there has never been an instance of the Army paying off individuals.
Thursday19 September '13He dismissed concerns that such collaboration can be hampered due to India’s refusal to sign the so called frameworks agreements.
Tuesday17 September '13In reality, the challenge for India’s missile programme lies much farther ahead of the range it can achieve.
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