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After Army Chief's warning, authorities ask public to stay

The decision came a day after Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat warned of tough action against those hampering counter- insurgency operations.
DNA

Will come down hard on 'anti-nationals' supporting terrorism and raising Pak and ISIS flags: Army Chief Rawat

Gen Bipin Rawat said those supporting terror activities are being given an opportunity but if they continue with their acts then security forces will come down hard on them.
DNA

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News video: Proxy War By Pak Impacting Secular Fabric – Gen Rawat

Proxy War By Pak Impacting Secular Fabric – Gen Rawat 01:22

Expressing concern over the proxy war being waged by Pakistan in India, especially Jammu and Kashmir; Gen Bipin Rawat has said that it is affecting the secular fabric of a country like India. He was..
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PM pays homage to soldiers, says their valour will be

On the occasion, Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat briefed the Prime Minister on the encounters in which the casualties took place.
DNA

AeroIndia begins with dazzling displays by aerobatic teams

*A breathtaking display of thrilling manoeuvres by military aircraft and aerobatic teams left the audience spell-bound at the 11th edition of Aero India air show that started here today. * The..
Deccan Herald

Bison gores man to death in Coimbatore

bison gores man to death in coimbatore
*Coimbatore:* A 48-year-old estate worker was gored to death by a bison, in nearby Nilgiris district on Monday, police said. The incident occurred when Murugaiah, a tea estate worker was on his way..
Mid-Day

Global warming, ecological changes, Pak shelling triggering

Global warming, ecological changes and heavy shelling by Pakistani troops are triggering avalanches in places like Jammu and Kashmir, which had not reported such instances earlier, Army Chief Gen Bipin..
DNA

Army Chief Gen. Bipin Rawat launches Whatsapp helpline for grievances of Army personnel

army chief gen. bipin rawat launches whatsapp helpline for grievances of army personnel
Chief of Army staff General Bipin Rawat has launched a Whatsapp helpline to receive grievances of the army personnel.The helpline number is 9643300008.
All India Radio

Army chief Bipin Rawat launches Whatsapp no. for soldiers to post their grievances

Chief of Army staff Gen Bipin Rawat on Friday launched a Whatsapp helpline to receive grievances of army personnel.
Oneindia

Army sets up WhatsApp number for direct complaints to Gen Bipin Rawat

The Army has set up a WhatsApp number for its soldiers to post their problems directly to Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat instead of going to the social media directly. The WhatsApp number to register..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Deccan Herald

WhatsApp No. for direct complaints to Army chief

The Army has set up a WhatsApp number for its soldiers to post their problems directly to Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat instead of going to the social media directly. The WhatsApp number to register..
IndiaTimes

Lt Gen Bakshi, Hariz get PVSM medal

Lt Gen Praveen Bakshi and Lt Gen P M Hariz, who were superseded by Gen Bipin Rawat in the race for Army chief, have been awarded Param Vishisht Seva Medal. The medal is awarded to officers for their..
IndiaTimes

Superseded officer Lt Gen Bakshi awarded PSVM for meritorious service

Lt Gen Praveen Bakshi and Lt Gen P M Hariz, who were superseded by Gen Bipin Rawat in the race for Army chief, have been awarded Param Vishisht Seva Medal. PVSM is awarded to officers for their..
DNA

Army Chief on his first visit to J&K assured people of well being

Army Chief, Gen Bipin Rawat reviewed the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
Oneindia

Army Chief assures Kashmir People that his force will ensure their well-being

Undertaking his first visit to Jammu and Kashmir as Army Chief, Gen Bipin Rawat today reviewed the security situation and assured the people of the Valley that his force will ensure their..
All India Radio

Nepal invites new Indian Army chief to visit in February

Nepal has extended an invitation to new Indian Army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat to visit the country in February, a Nepal Army spokesperson here said.
Sify

Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat gets invitation to visit Nepal

Nepal has extended an invitation to new Indian Army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat to visit the country in February, a Nepal Army spokesperson here said.
Oneindia

'Pakistan to give befitting reply in case of Indian surgical strike'

Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Monday said the country's armed forces would respond with full force if India tried to carry out any surgical strikes inside Pakistan. This comes days after..
Sify Also reported by •Oneindia

Lance Naik Yagya Pratap shifted to Bareilly Military Hospital

*Lance Naik Yagya Pratap, who had uploaded a video talking about some jawans allegdly being made to do menial duties in the Army, has been shifted to Bareilly Military Hospital after he abstained from..
Deccan Herald

Indian surgical strike will meet befitting response, warns Pak

*Pakistans Defence Minister Khawaja Asif today warned India of severe consequences in case of a surgical strike on his country. The minister also claimed that India does not want to continue the..
Deccan Herald

Day after Army chief Rawat's warning, video of soldier singing about grievances surfaces online

A day after the Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat issued a warning to the soldiers who take to social media to air their grievances, a fresh video of a jawan highlighting the difficulties faced by the..
DNA


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