Monday, August 10, 2020

Separatist militants killed Indian soldiers on base in Kashmir

Recommended

Lockheed Martin receives $182 million for MH-60R Sea Hawk sonars

Pentagon’s No.1 weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp. was awarded a contract modification from the Naval Air Systems Command for Airborne Low Frequency Sonars (ALFS). The...

U.S. Navy warships conducts operations with Indian Navy

The Nimitz Carrier Strike Group with Indian Navy ships are conducting cooperative operations in the Indian Ocean, according to a press release issued Thursday...

India receives final Apache and Chinook helicopters from United States

The Indian Air Force has taken delivery of the last five of 22 Boeing AH-64E(I) Apache Guardian attack helicopters and five of 15 CH-47F(I)...

India deploys 36,000 troops to contested Himalayan border

India has deployed more than 36,000 troops along a disputed Himalayan border, according to local sources. Indian troops and weapons were moved after the Chinese...

India looks to buy more fighter jets amid border tension with China

The Economic Times, India's leading business newspaper, has reported that country's Air Force is seeking to urgently procure 21 additional upgraded MiG-29 fighter jets...

India deploys main battle tanks closer to Chinese border

The Indian Army has deployed more tanks closer to the Chinese border in the Himalayas following conflict at the Pangong Tso lake. On May 5,...

Share

A group of suspected militants attacked an army camp in Chowkibal’s Panzgam area in Kupwara district of Kashmir on Thursday.

The attack has claimed the lives of three soldiers while two militants have been killed by the Indian forces.

In November last year, seven soldiers were killed when militants dressed as policemen stormed a military camp in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota. The brazen attack was the second in as many months since the siege of another army base at Uri left 19 Indian soldiers dead, spiking tensions between India and Pakistan.


- ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW -

India accuses Pakistan of aiding militant groups, a charge Islamabad denies, but anger against Indian rule is widespread in the Muslim-majority region.

Street protests flared in recent weeks as thousands of Kashmiris vented anger against alleged abuses by Indian forces after a video emerged of a local man tied to the front of an army jeep and used as a human shield.

If you wish to report grammatical or factual errors within our news articles, you can let us know by using the online feedback form.

Executive Editor

Recommended

Lockheed Martin receives $182 million for MH-60R Sea Hawk sonars

Pentagon’s No.1 weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp. was awarded a contract modification from the Naval Air Systems Command for Airborne Low Frequency Sonars (ALFS). The...

U.S. Navy warships conducts operations with Indian Navy

The Nimitz Carrier Strike Group with Indian Navy ships are conducting cooperative operations in the Indian Ocean, according to a press release issued Thursday...

India receives final Apache and Chinook helicopters from United States

The Indian Air Force has taken delivery of the last five of 22 Boeing AH-64E(I) Apache Guardian attack helicopters and five of 15 CH-47F(I)...

India deploys 36,000 troops to contested Himalayan border

India has deployed more than 36,000 troops along a disputed Himalayan border, according to local sources. Indian troops and weapons were moved after the Chinese...

India looks to buy more fighter jets amid border tension with China

The Economic Times, India's leading business newspaper, has reported that country's Air Force is seeking to urgently procure 21 additional upgraded MiG-29 fighter jets...

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

Belarus mobilizes 3,000 soldiers over invasion concerns

The Belarus military will mobilize at least 3,000 soldiers starting 10 August ahead of August’s presidential election and over invasion concerns. A Belarus' military official...

U.S. Air Force partners Hermeus to develop hypersonic military aircraft

On Thursday, aerospace company Hermeus has announced that it partnered with the U.S. Air Force and the Presidential and Executive Airlift Directorate to work...

Canada launches production of new combat vehicles

Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan said that production on the first Armoured Combat Support Vehicle, or also know as ACSV, has begun in London,...

TRENDING NOW