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Indian armed forces are capable of safeguarding the territorial sovereignty of the country, Army Chief Bikram Singh today said. "Indian army is capable of safeguarding territorial sovereignty of the country," the Army Chief said in his address after
Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Friday said that in 2004-05, when he was in the PMO and the case of General J J Singh's appointment as the Army chief came up, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was under tremendous pressure. "Even the PM is Sikh and
The military cooperation between Serbia and Russia is good, "but not exactly as we wish it to be given our joint interests," Serbia's army chief has said. (Beta, file) General Ljubia Dikovi made the statement after his meeting with his Russian
A day after being expelled from BJP, veteran lawyer Ram Jethmalani today hit back, saying by doing so, it has committed "suicide" which will please the "corrupt" government and their collaborators within the party. In a letter to party President
Thailand's army chief on Wednesday urged teachers in the country's insurgency-racked south to stay at home after 6pm to avoid falling victim to militants as the new school year gets under way. Nearly 160 teachers and other school staff have been
Despite a bloody campaign marred by Taliban attacks, Pakistan was holding historic elections Saturday pitting a former cricket star against a two-time prime minister once exiled by the army and an incumbent blamed for power blackouts and inflation.
By Azhar Shah "Tomorrow, it may be mine or my succeeder's turn", this was the actual but unstated upshot of COAS, General Ashfaq Kayani's speech at army headquarters other day.
The ban came as Pakistan's powerful army chief pledged in a rare speech that the military would do everything in its power to ensure the parliamentary election is held as scheduled on May 11, despite the Taliban's attempt to disrupt the vote by
"General Elections might be held in the nation on 11th of May. We should not harbour any suspicions or second thoughts about it," the Army Chief said while addressing a regal assembling on the occasion of Yaum-e-Shuhda here.
Pramono Edhie Wibowo pledged that there would no longer be impunity for members of his corps and that all personnel guilty of criminal acts would be sent to jail. Pramono also said that all court proceedings involving members of the Army would be