Australia  

Infantry Day: CDS Gen Bipin Rawat, Army chief Naravane at National War Memorial

Video Credit: HT Digital Content - Duration: 01:16s - Published
Infantry Day: CDS Gen Bipin Rawat, Army chief Naravane at National War Memorial

Infantry Day: CDS Gen Bipin Rawat, Army chief Naravane at National War Memorial

Top Indian Army officials were seen in New Delhi at the National War Memorial on Tuesday.

The officials had gathered on the occasion of Infantry Day.

Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, Army Chief Manoj Mukund Naravane were seen at the National War Memorial.

The officials paid tribute at NWM.

Indian Army observes Infantry Day every year on October 27 to mark the landing of first Indian troops in Jammu and Kashmir.

The troops were airlifted from Delhi to Srinagar to push back Pakistan supported intruders in 1847.

Watch the video for more.


You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Manoj Mukund Naravane Manoj Mukund Naravane Chief of Army Staff

‘Terrorists desperate to disrupt J&K’s democratic process’: Army chief [Video]

‘Terrorists desperate to disrupt J&K’s democratic process’: Army chief

Army Chief General MM Naravane on Saturday said that terrorists across the border are making desperate attempts to infiltrate into the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and disrupt normal democratic processes."With the ongoing situation on our western borders, terrorism continues to be a serious threat, and that is not abating in spite of all efforts made. There are terrorist launch pads and terrorists across the line of control (LoC) making desperate attempts to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir to disrupt normal democratic processes," Naravane said. He said that with the onset of winters, last-ditch attempts are being made to infiltrate before the passes close and level of snow make it impossible to cross over. Meanwhile, first phase of DDC polls ended in J&K with nearly 52% voting turnout. Watch the full video for more details.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 05:03Published
Terrorists desperate to disrupt democratic process in J-K: Army Chief [Video]

Terrorists desperate to disrupt democratic process in J-K: Army Chief

Army Chief General MM Naravane on November 28 said terrorism continues to be a serious threat along country's western borders, and terrorists from Pakistan have been making "desperate attempts" to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir to disrupt the local body elections. "With the ongoing situation on our western borders, terrorism continues to be a serious threat, and that is not abating in spite of all efforts made. Terrorists making desperate attempts to infiltrate into J-K to disrupt normal democratic processes," the Army Chief told media persons in Kannur, Kerala where he reviewed a passing out parade of 164 cadets at the Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:31Published
Gen Naravane conferred with honorary rank of 'General of the Nepal Army' [Video]

Gen Naravane conferred with honorary rank of 'General of the Nepal Army'

Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane was conferred with the honorary rank of 'General of the Nepal Army' by Nepal President Bidhya Devi Bhandari on November 05. He was also presented a sword and a scroll during the function. This age-long tradition reflects the strong ties between both the countries.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:04Published

Bipin Rawat Bipin Rawat Current Chief of Defence Staff of India

‘Must shed dependency on other nations’: Gen Rawat on defence production [Video]

‘Must shed dependency on other nations’: Gen Rawat on defence production

Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat said the future civil-military integration will hold the key to a 'whole of nations' approach towards national security. "In the wake of contracting envelope of the defence budget, we must look at creating dual-use infrastructure through civil-military fusion."He said the emergence of a hyper connected and super collaborative world spawning innovation in artificial intelligence, cognitive sciences, robotics, drones, bioweapons, directed energy weapons, quantum computing, nanotechnology, and cyber capabilities will revolutionize warfare in the years to come. Gen Rawat said India should move out of dependency on individual nations for military requirements. Watch the full video for more details.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 02:06Published
‘Larger conflict can’t be discounted’: CDS Gen Bipin Rawat on China tension [Video]

‘Larger conflict can’t be discounted’: CDS Gen Bipin Rawat on China tension

Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat said the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh remained tense and that India's posturing has been "unambiguous". "The situation along the LAC in eastern Ladakh remains tense and the People's Liberation Army is facing unanticipated consequences for its misadventure in Ladakh because of firm and strong responses by Indian forces," Gen Rawat said. Talking about the overall security calculus, Gen Rawat said border confrontations, transgressions and unprovoked tactical military actions spiralling into a larger conflict cannot be discounted. The Chief of Defence Staff also touched on the issue of cross border terrorism from Pakistan and the way it has been dealt with by the Indian armed forces. Watch the video for more details.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 02:51Published
India's defence industry to make total indigenous equipments in coming years: CDS Rawa [Video]

India's defence industry to make total indigenous equipments in coming years: CDS Rawa

Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat on November 06 said that Indian defence industry is growing exponentially and will deliver state-of-art weapons and equipment fully made in India. "In the coming years, we will see our defence industry growing exponentially and contributing to the overall defence preparedness and deliver us state-of-art weapons and equipment fully made in India," said Rawat.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:20Published

New Delhi New Delhi Capital of India

Protesting farmers refuse Centre's invite, seek involvement of all 500 groups [Video]

Protesting farmers refuse Centre's invite, seek involvement of all 500 groups

Farmers continued their protest against Centre's farm laws at Delhi-Haryana border. Protesting farmers refused to entertain the government's invite of conditional talks. They have sought involvement of all 500 organisations in meeting with the Centre. Farmers' response came after the government proposed December 1 as the new date of talks with group leaders. Farmers have been agitating ever since the passing of new farm laws by the union govt. Farmers have threatened to block all entry points to New Delhi, demanding repeal of laws.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:01Published
India farmers block major roads in New Delhi protest [Video]

India farmers block major roads in New Delhi protest

Farmers vent their frustration towards the government's new agricultural legislation.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:05Published
Delhi Police solve home loan fraud case [Video]

Delhi Police solve home loan fraud case

Economic Offences Wing of Delhi Police solved a home loan fraud case and arrested the accused person Sachin Sharma. Accused had taken a house on rent in Surajmal Vihar of east Delhi and took three loans worth Rs 6.70 crore against rented house by preparing a forged chain of title documents. One of the home loans was taken in the name of a dead person. In this regard, a case was registered at Police Station EOW, New Delhi and investigation was taken up. During investigation, it was revealed that the accused was involved in a criminal conspiracy with accomplices. Under the supervision of senior officials, the police team arrested the accused and produced him before the court. Further investigation is in progress.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:11Published

Indian Army Indian Army Land based branch of the Indian Armed Forces

3 Chinese warships in Indian Ocean region since 2008: Navy Chief [Video]

3 Chinese warships in Indian Ocean region since 2008: Navy Chief

Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh on December 03 confirmed the presence of three Chinese warships in the Indian Ocean region since 2008 for anti-piracy patrols. "We have an SOP to tackle the situation if there is an infringement (by Chinese research vessels). The Navy's activities are in close coordination and synergy with the Indian Army and Indian Air Force." He further said, "We have deployed the P-8I aircraft at various locations on the requirement of Army and Indian Air Force. In addition, we have deployed the Heron surveillance drones on the northern borders. As of now, three Chinese warships are in the Indian Ocean region. The Chinese have been maintaining three ships since 2008 for anti-piracy patrols."

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:08Published
Indian Army's free medical camp benefits locals in JandK's Rajouri [Video]

Indian Army's free medical camp benefits locals in JandK's Rajouri

Indian Army organised a free medical camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district. Large numbers of local residents came here along with their children and senior citizens. Besides medical check-up, medicines and wheel chairs were also provided to the people. Locals lauded the Indian Army for organising a medical camp. "I am thankful to the Army, they have organised a free medical camp for us," a local told ANI.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:49Published
Watch: In J&K, Army soldiers carry new mother on stretcher on snow-covered road [Video]

Watch: In J&K, Army soldiers carry new mother on stretcher on snow-covered road

In a humanitarian gesture, Indian Army soldiers were seen helping a new mother in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara. The woman was carried on a stretcher along a snow-covered road in Lolab. She was taken from a government hospital to her home by the soldiers. She had reportedly given birth to a baby on November 27 morning. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 01:12Published

National War Memorial (India) National War Memorial (India)

World Diabetes Day: Indian Army's Armed Forces Clinic organises cycle rally in Delhi [Video]

World Diabetes Day: Indian Army's Armed Forces Clinic organises cycle rally in Delhi

On World Diabetes Day, Indian Army's Armed Forces Clinic organized a cycle rally to National War Memorial at India Gate complex on November 14. Senior officers including Adjutant General Lt Gen Arvind Dutta took part in the rally to spread the message of 'Cycle to Avoid Diabetes'.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:08Published
Infantry Day: Mike Pompeo, Mark Esper pay tribute at National War Memorial [Video]

Infantry Day: Mike Pompeo, Mark Esper pay tribute at National War Memorial

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and US Secretary of Defence Mark Esper paid tribute at National War Memorial on 74th Infantry Day on October 27. Infantry Day is observed as a remembrance of the first military event of independent India. Mike Pompeo and Mark Esper are in India to participate in third India-US 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:03Published

Infantry Infantry Military personnel who fight on foot


Jammu and Kashmir (state) Jammu and Kashmir (state) Former state administered by India

Watch: Shooting in J&K on voting day, DDC candidate injured; Omar condemns [Video]

Watch: Shooting in J&K on voting day, DDC candidate injured; Omar condemns

In a shocking incident during third phase voting in the Jammu and Kashmir District Development Council elections, a candidate was shot in Kokernag area of Anantnag. Anees ul Islam, of the Apni Party, was rushed to a hospital. Doctors later said he suffered a bullet injury and his condition was stable. National Conference leader and former J&K CM Omar Abdullah condemned the incident, praying for the victim's survival, and criticising forces 'inimical' to peace in the region. The Union Territory's first DDC election is being held in 8 phases under a massive security cover. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 02:36Published
Watch: Pak refugees celebrate after voting in J-K DDC polls [Video]

Watch: Pak refugees celebrate after voting in J-K DDC polls

People who came from Pakistan as refugees celebrated after casting votes in the third phase of District Development Council (DDC) polls in Jammu and Kashmir on December 04. They danced to celebrate the occasion with great pomp and show. Pakistan refugees have voted for the first time in over 70 years in local body polls. President of West Pakistan Refugee Action Committee, Labha Ram Gandhi said, "This is first time in 72 years that we're voting in local body polls. We're happy to participate in democratic process." According to J-K Election Commission, 37.17 percent voter turnout was recorded till 11 AM. The last phase of voting for DDC is on December 19 and counting of votes will take place on December 22.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:04Published
DDC elections: Voting for 3rd phase underway in J-K [Video]

DDC elections: Voting for 3rd phase underway in J-K

Polling is underway for the third phase of District Development Council (DDC) elections in several parts of Jammu and Kashmir on December 04. People were seen standing in a long queue at a polling booth in Chak Jafar Village in Jammu, waiting for their turn to cast their votes. Similar scenes were witnessed in Rajouri and Baramulla district which are part of the third phase of the voting. First-ever DDC elections are being held in eight phases and will go on till December 19. Counting of votes will take place on December 2

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:50Published

Srinagar Srinagar City in Jammu and Kashmir, India

Specially-abled children in Srinagar get hearing aids on International Day of Persons with Disabilities [Video]

Specially-abled children in Srinagar get hearing aids on International Day of Persons with Disabilities

As the world celebrated International Day of Persons with Disabilities, people from all sections of society came forward to help specially-abled children in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar. The International Day of Persons with Disabilities was also marked at Abhedananda Home (School For Specially-abled Children). From hearing aids to other essential item, from blankets to clothes, everything was distributed to specially-able children at Solina situated Abhedananda Home. These donations were made by social welfare department and JandK Police and CRPF. At the event, these students showcased their talents as well.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 03:28Published
India denies reprisal attacks after troops killed in Kashmir [Video]

India denies reprisal attacks after troops killed in Kashmir

But residents of one area outside Srinagar have told Al Jazeera details about an attack they say was carried out by security forces.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:19Published
Happy, proud to reach this stage: Kashmir BSF IG on 56th Raising Day [Video]

Happy, proud to reach this stage: Kashmir BSF IG on 56th Raising Day

Border Security Force (BSF) celebrated its 56th Raising Day on December 01 across the nation. BSF personnel celebrated the event in Srinagar today. Kashmir BSF IG, Rajesh Mishra also attended the event. He said, "It's the 56th Raising Day of BSF and I am sure the sentinels, officers and employees all would be happy and proud to reach this stage." The Border Security Force was constituted on December 01, 1965 and is one of the paramilitary forces of India.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:46Published

Related videos from verified sources

Ethiopia PM says Tigray operation over after army seizes Mekelle [Video]

Ethiopia PM says Tigray operation over after army seizes Mekelle

Abiy Ahmed announces end of military operations in Tigray region after army says it is in ‘full control’ of Mekelle; TPLF vows to keep fighting.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 04:11Published
Rajputana Rifles celebrates its Remembrance Day at Delhi Cantonment [Video]

Rajputana Rifles celebrates its Remembrance Day at Delhi Cantonment

Indian Army's Rajputana Rifles celebrated its Remembrance Day at Delhi's Cantonment area on November 25. Lt Gen KJS Dhillon paid homage to the bravehearts. Many serving officers of Rajputana Rifles..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:23Published
Alabama Man on a Mission to Photograph WWII Vets While They’re Still Here [Video]

Alabama Man on a Mission to Photograph WWII Vets While They’re Still Here

So far, Jeffrey Rease has photographed 110 World War II veterans as part of his photo series, "Portraits of Honor."

Credit: Southern Living     Duration: 01:05Published