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General MM Naravane attends 'Army Chief's Conclave' in Bangladesh

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Military exercise Shantir Ogrosena ends; Indian Army chief attends closing ceremony 02:08

Shantir Ogrosena, multinational military exercise, concluded in Bangladesh on April 12.The armed forces of India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Sri Lanka participated in the exercise. Observers from the US, UK, Turkey and Saudi Arabia also participated. The multilateral UN-mandated counterterrorism exercise...

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Indian Army Chief MM Naravane speaks out on India-China disengagement at Ladakh| Oneindia News [Video]

Indian Army Chief MM Naravane speaks out on India-China disengagement at Ladakh| Oneindia News

Army Chief General MM Naravane, speaking on the India-China disengagement at Ladakh, on Tuesday said that India has not lost out on any territory and the situation was where it was before the border dispute started. "We have not lost out on any territory, we are where we were before this whole thing started...Not an inch of land has been lost," he told ANI when asked about the disengagement process between the two countries. #MMNaravane #Ladakh #IndiaChina

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‘Terror Camps Still Exist…’ [Video]

‘Terror Camps Still Exist…’

Indian Army chief spoke on ceasefire agreement between India & Pakistan. General MM Naravane said that terror camps still exist on the other side of the Line of Control (LoC). Naravane said that recent attacks are acts of desperation to spoil atmosphere. “Terror camps and infrastructure still exist on the other side of the LoC. For terrorism to come down, those camps have to get dismantled. Only when the snows melt, we will come to know how serious Pakistan is about dismantling this terror infrastructure. We also have some local terrorists who increasingly feel marginalised.” He added, “They are trying to spoil the atmosphere with random acts of terror.” Watch the full video for more.

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Terror camps still functional: Army Chief on Pak's seriousness against terrorism [Video]

Terror camps still functional: Army Chief on Pak's seriousness against terrorism

Army Chief General MM Naravane in an exclusive interview to ANI said that terror camps and infrastructure still exist on other side of LoC. He said that for terrorism to come down, the camps have to get dismantled and it's only possible when snow melts. "We will come to know how serious Pakistan is about dismantling terror infrastructure for putting people across," he said.

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‘Not an inch has been lost…’: Army chief on India-China disengagement in Ladakh [Video]

‘Not an inch has been lost…’: Army chief on India-China disengagement in Ladakh

India did not lose even an inch of its territory during its months-long standoff with China in Eastern Ladakh, said Army chief General MM Naravane on Tuesday. "We have not lost out on any territory, we are where we were before this whole thing started...Not an inch of land has been lost," General Naravane said while speaking on India-China disengagement in Ladakh. Watch the full video for more details.

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Army Chief dedicates memorial to Kargil hero [Video]

Army Chief dedicates memorial to Kargil hero

Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General MM Naravane, dedicated a memorial to Param Vir Chakra awardee, late Captain Manoj Pandey, at his native village in Rura in UP's Sitapur on March 19. General Naravane also met his family. Captain Manoj Pandey had led multiple attacks during 'Operation Vijay'. He assisted in capture of Khalubar, before he succumbed to his injures.

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Over 40 countries offered assistance to India amid COVID 2nd wave: MEA [Video]

Over 40 countries offered assistance to India amid COVID 2nd wave: MEA

At the time when India is battling with second wave of COVID-19, over 40 countries have come forward to offer assistance to the country. During a press conference in Delhi, Foreign Secretary of India, Harsh V Shringla on April 29 said, "We also have a flight coming in from Ireland with 700 concentrators. France's flight will be coming in on Saturday. Over 40 countries, not just developed countries but also our neighbours Mauritius, Bangladesh, Bhutan have all come forward to offer assistance." "We're also expecting tomorrow and over the next couple of days three special flights from the US. President Biden spoke to the PM and offered extensive assistance. We have a cargo flight arriving tonight from UAE with ventilators and carrying Favipiravir medicines," he added.

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Movement of stranded Bangladeshis patients to be considered: Bangladesh Assistant High Commission [Video]

Movement of stranded Bangladeshis patients to be considered: Bangladesh Assistant High Commission

Bangladesh closed borders with India for 14 days amid surge in COVID-19 cases. "Bangladesh borders have been sealed for two weeks. Although movement of passengers has been restricted, we're considering movement of stranded Bangladeshis particular patients and their attendants. Bangladeshis, who are stranded in Tripura, will be taken care by Bangladesh Assistant High Commission," said Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner Mohammad Jobayed Hosen.

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