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SOURCE : Mail Today Bureau

India’s digital warriors have crippled 30 Pakistan government websites in virtual surgical strikes as protest against the neighbouring country’s announcement of the death penalty to former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav.

A Pakistani military court this month ordered the punishment for Jadhav, after he was accused of espionage and sabotage activities in Karachi and Balochistan. “All the hacking in Pakistan was part of our operation ‘Justice for Kulbhushan Jadhav’,” one of the hackers told Mail Today.
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SOURCE : DAILY MIRRIOR LANKA

A Sri Lankan Navy sailor had died while undergoing diving training at a Naval base in Kochi, India yesterday, Navy Spokesman Lieutenant Commander Chandima Walakuluge said today. He said the 39-year-old Petty Officer (Diving) YPNR Weerasinghe, resident of Kurunegala was among three naval personnel had left for the training in India early this month.

According to the Press Trust of India, the Petty Officer, while carrying out a practise dive in the Ernakulam Channel as part of routine training procedure, failed to surface. The sailor was located after an immediate search was carried out by the attendant supervisory training staff. Continue reading

SOURCE: Major Gaurav Arya’s blog

By 5 April, most people had packed their woolens. The sun shone brightly, and the air in Srinagar had a nip, with a hint of pine. I tucked myself in for a well-deserved sleep. The last 24 hours had been hectic, and my body is not what it used to be.

I crave rest, and a slight change in temperature wakes up broken bones, brutally. I again, by sheer force of habit, turned to Chapter XXII, “Of the Last Fight and the Death of Hector”. Iliad has always fascinated me; Zeus, Agamemnon, Paris, Priam, Hector and Achilles, especially Achilles who was immortal. Or so he thought. Continue reading

SOURCE : DNA INDIA

The government will review its anti-Naxalite strategy, Home minister Rajnath Singh said today after paying homage to 25 CRPF men killed in a deadly ambush by Maoists in Chhattisgarh.Singh, who arrived here at around 10.30 AM and headed to the headquarters of the 4th battalion of the Chhattisgarh Armed Force in the Mana camp area where a wreath-laying ceremony was held.

“It is a cold blooded murder by the extremists. The Centre and state governments will work together and take action in this regard,” Rajnath told a joint press briefing with the Chief Minister Raman Singh. Continue reading

SOURCE : Hindustan Times

A public army has been formed to fight stone-throwers and elements attacking jawans of Indian army and para-military forces in strife torn Kashmir valley .

Balyogi Arun Puri Chaitanya Maharaj, who has formed the Jan Sena, said 13,000 people had registered themselves and were ready to give a befitting reply to the stone throwers.“I appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to permit the Sena to go to Kashmir and teach the separatist forces there a lesson,” he said. Continue reading

SOURCE : IANS

In a radical departure, the new 15-year long-term vision being worked out by the NITI Aayog would also include defence and internal security within its ambit, V.K. Saraswat, a member of the panel that has succeeded the Planning Commission, said on Monday.

Saraswat said the NITI (National Institution for Transforming India) Aayog would pitch for long-term planning of various policy-related issues of internal and external security rather than looking at micro and macro plans.  Continue reading

SOURCE : INDIA TODAY

The Supreme Court on Monday issued a notice to the Defence Ministry on a plea seeking a ban on sahayak system in the Army whereby lower rank staff is forced to do domestic and menial work for seniors.

The petition was filed by a journalist booked under Official Secrets Act (OSA) by Nashik police in connection with the suicide of Lance Naik Roy Mathew who figures in her sting video related to the controversial sahayak(buddy) system in the Army. Continue reading

SOURCE : PTI

The work on the strategic Chabahar Port in Iran for which India will invest USD 500 million is progressing fast and the country has already formed a global port company there, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today.

“We have already formed a global port company there (Chabahar Port),” he said at the launch of a roadshow for the National High Authority of India’s (NHAI) rupee denominated masala bonds here.The Minister of road transport and highways stated that the work at Chabahar was progressing fast. Continue reading

SOURCE : Defensenews.com

The Indian Army is seeking major structural and design changes in the homegrown Arjun Mk-2, but the state-owned Defence Research and Development Organization says the “changes” could take up to seven years, causing a delay in the induction schedule.

The service wants DRDO to redesign the hull, the turret structures and use newer material to reduce the tank’s weight. The Arjun Mk-2 currently weighs about 68.6 tons, compared to the 62-ton Arjun Mk-1 tank currently in operation with the Army. The Mk-2 version’s weight makes it inappropriate for operations in the semi-developed sector of the western front bordering Pakistan where tank battles would take place, according to an Indian Army official. Continue reading

SOURCE :  BLOOMBERG

The launch of China’s second aircraft carrier, expected as soon as this week, will be an important and depressing moment for India. The “Type 001A” — likely to be named the “Shandong” — will give China an edge for the first time in the carrier race with its Asian rival, a literal two-to-one advantage. After decommissioning the INS Viraat earlier this year, the Indian Navy is down to a single carrier, INS Vikramaditya.

Worse, the Shandong has been built at China’s own giant shipyard at Dalian; Vikramaditya is merely a repurposed 1980s-era Russian carrier formerly known as the Admiral Gorshkov. Continue reading

SOURCE :  Zee Media Bureau

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is developing first unmanned combat aircraft, under the ambitious project ‘Ghatak’.The Government has allocated Rs 3,000 crore to develop the drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), which can deliver bombs and missiles.

The project is tentatively called Autonomous Unmanned Research Aircraft (AURA). Continue reading

SOURCE : Newsbytesapp.com

India and the US are set to conduct Malabar Exercise in July in Bay of Bengal. Termed America’s largest military exercise conducted with non-NATO countries, this is the first major military drill under Donald Trump’s Presidency.

Purported to be bigger than previous editions, the Japanese forces are also expected to participate.China, bothered by the trilateral engagement is likely to monitor the exercise closely.

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SOURCE : Arun Prakash / Ex Indian navy chief / ENS

China’s state-owned Global Times newspaper reported last month that the People’s Liberation Army Navy’s (PLAN’s) second aircraft carrier, referred to as “Type 001A” is nearing completion and that another carrier, dubbed “Type 002”, is also under construction. The Type 002 represents not only a much bigger class of ship but will incorporate modern design and operational features, including a catapult and early-warning aircraft.

A senior Chinese official was quoted as saying: “China needs two carrier strike groups in the Western Pacific and two in the Indian Ocean. So we need at least five to six aircraft carriers.” Continue reading

SOURCE : DH News Service

Three Indian Navy ships on Monday began the first phase of the Varuna series of joint exercise with the French Navy in the Mediterranean while a fourth warship is on its way to the UK to take part in another drill with the Royal Navy next month.

Guided missile destroyer INS Mumbai, stealth frigate INS Trishul and fleet tanker INS Aditya have entered Toulon, France for the overseas deployment, while stealth frigate INS Tarkash is on its way to Plymouth for Konkon 2017 exercise with the Royal Navy. Continue reading

SOURCE : PTI

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on?Monday said its Ahmedabad-based Space Applications Centre has developed an android app for computing the solar energy potential of a place.

Developed at the behest of the Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, the app is considered to be a “very useful” tool for installation of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels that is used for tapping solar energy, it said. Continue reading

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