The airman, who is posted at the critical 3 Wing of the air force, was traced after the Delhi police traced all phone records of people present in the Nizamuddin area as part of efforts to contain the spread of the virus. Sources said that at least two...
Security forces in the insurgency-hit Bastar division of south Chhattisgarh are not just fighting naxals, but are also tackling the coronavirus outbreak, an official said on Saturday.
The security forces on Saturday morning launched a cordon and search operation based on intelligence inputs about the presence of militants in Hardmand Guri village in Kulgam, a police spokesperson said.
US President Donald Trump has expanded the role of the US Army in the fight against the deadly coronavirus, saying that no one is better prepared to fight the current situation which is like a war.
Covid 19 is the canary in the coal mine, warning humanity against trying to harness the destructive power of pathogens whose lethal nature is simply the consequence of their evolution. It is only when we mess with their natural design to fashion weapons that horrors visit the world.
Military officials said five viral testing laboratories of the services, capable of carrying out COVID-19 tests, are preparing dedicated coronavirus facilities including intensive care units for tackling the outbreak. Besides medical, the armed forces are also providing logistics support to the civilian authorities.
CRPF helpline gets 91 percent calls for coronavirus, lockdown information; few for rations, healthcareadmin - 0
The Kashmir-based 'madadgaar' helpline was expanded on March 26 for a pan-India coverage with the addition of WhatsApp number- 7082814411 to help those affected by lockdown and other restrictions declared by the government to contain the spread of coronavirus.
The unproved ceasefire violation took place in Sunderbani sector of the district, they said. The injured were admitted to a hospital, the officials said.
Wall Street Journal reporter Pearl, 38, was investigating Islamist militants in the city of Karachi, the capital of Sindh, after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States when he was kidnapped in January 2002. He was beheaded weeks later. The Sindh provincial government's Home Department issued the...
The removal of Captain Brett Crozier, first reported by Reuters, was announced by acting U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas Modly, who said the senior officer of the nuclear-powered vessel of 5,000 crew members had exercised poor judgment in the way he "broadly" distributed his letter.