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    Ministry of Defence
    20-November, 2017 19:08 IST
    Dr Bhamre inaugurates 2nd annual conclave of Foreign Defence Attaches

    Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr Subhash Bhamre said the Government has been tirelessly working towards making up for critical shortages of the armed forces over the years and the policies are now designed to make procurement and acquisition of defence platforms both fast and transparent. Dr Bhamre was addressing defence attaches of around 70 countries, strategic experts, captains of indigenous defence industry & Foreign Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) while inaugurating the 2nd annual conclave of Foreign Defence Attaches, jointly organised by Headquarters Integrated Defence Staff (HQ IDS) and defence portal BharatShakti.in here today.

    Quoting the 2015 statement of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi who had said that the Government was spending tens of billions of dollars on acquisitions from abroad and 20 to 25 per cent reduction in imports could directly create additional jobs in India, Dr Bhamre said, “This is why defence is at the heart of our ‘Make in India’ programme. We have reformed our defence procurement policies and procedures. There is now clear preference for equipment manufactured in India. Our procurement procedures will ensure simplicity, accountability and speedy decision making.”

    Elaborating on the issue of ‘Make in India’, Dr Bhamre further said, it provides a wide opportunity and the Government would like to invite global defence companies to take advantage of India being a huge market while simultaneously sharing their technology with us. The Defence Procurement Procedure 2016 and its Chapter on Strategic Partnership provides the necessary methodology for such partnerships to flourish.

    Raksha Mantri Smt Nirmala Sitharaman in a video message conveyed best wishes for the important deliberation at the conclave and informed the gathering she was looking forward to the outcome of the conclave. There were three technical sessions entitled ‘Is India Ready to Absorb High-End Technology,’ Defence Exports: The Indian Experience’ and ‘Defence Technology and Models Abroad.’ The valedictory address was delivered by the Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to the Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC) Lt Gen Satish Dua.

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    The Minister of State for Defence, Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhamre addressing the gathering at 2nd Annual Conclave of Defence Attaches, in New Delhi on November 20, 2017.
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    The Minister of State for Defence, Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhamre visiting the exhibition at 2nd Annual Conclave of Defence Attaches, in New Delhi on November 20, 2017.
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    The Minister of State for Defence, Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhamre visiting the exhibition at 2nd Annual Conclave of Defence Attaches, in New Delhi on November 20, 2017.
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    T-90 (Bhishma) army tanks during a dress rehearsal for the Republic Day Parade in New Delhi in January 2014. (Mohd Zakir/HT File Photo)

    India was negotiating the purchase of 321 launchers and 8,356 fire-and-forget missiles with Israeli firm Rafael Advanced Defence Systems Ltd.
    india Updated: Nov 20, 2017 23:22 IST

    India has dropped plans to buy Spike anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) systems worth Rs 3,200 crore from Israel, defence ministry sources said on Monday. Instead, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has been asked to develop the ATGMs for the army’s infantry and mechanised infantry units to provide impetus to the Make in India plan, the sources said.

    India was negotiating the purchase of 321 launchers and 8,356 fire-and-forget missiles with Israeli firm Rafael Advanced Defence Systems Ltd.

    However, a report in Israeli newspaper Haaretz quoted a Rafael spokesperson as saying that the Israeli firm had not been officially informed of any change in the decision to buy Spike missiles. Rafael already “began the transfer of development and manufacturing knowledge as part of the Make-in-India program. This activity will continue as planned,” Rafael deputy spokesman Ishai David told Haaretz.

    With the defence ministry retracting the tender to buy the ATGM systems, the army’s wait to induct the weapon is likely to get longer, army sources said. The DRDO could take up to four years to develop the next-generation ATGMs.

    The Spike missile can destroy armoured vehicles and bunkers from a distance of 2.5 km and the army was planning to equip more than 400 units with the third-generation ATGM systems.

    The decision not to buy the missiles comes around 10 months after the defence ministry appointed a committee, headed by a major general, to examine various aspects related to the deal.

    India had chosen the Israeli ATGM over US defence and aerospace firm Raytheon’s Javelin system nearly four years ago. The army currently uses the older Milan and Konkur ATGMs built by public sector undertaking Bharat Dynamics Limited under license from French and Russian firms, respectively.

    Hoping that it world bag the order, Rafael had stitched up an alliance with India’s Kalyani Group to produce the missiles in Hyderabad.
     
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    http://www.hindustantimes.com/india...-sacrifices/story-p8gSNTGeTxhECDv4y2h6WM.html

    Universities were also requested to arrange functions and talks for the students in their colleges or institutes to generate awareness on the sacrifices made.
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    Army officers donate money to the welfare fund for family members of martyrs and retired army officials on the occasion of Armed Forces Flag Day, in Jalandhar, on December 7, 2015. (Pardeep Pandit/HT File Photo)

    The University Grants Commission (UGC) on Monday asked universities across the country to observe the Armed Forces Flag Day on December 7 to commemorate the “supreme sacrifices” made by the armed forces personnel during conflicts.

    In a letter sent to the heads of such institutions, the commission asked them to observe the day for the “supreme sacrifices made by our valiant Armed Forces personnel for protecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of our country and securing our lives against the threats of insurgency and terrorism” and against natural calamities.

    For this purpose, “the universities are requested to arrange functions/ talks for the students in their colleges or institutes to generate awareness”, it urged.

    According to sources, the Defence ministry wants to observe the day in a big way and has asked the UGC to observe the day.

    “Till now, there has never been a large scale digital/ social media campaign for the AFFD to compliment the on ground efforts to mobilize public contribution to the armed forces flag day fund,” said a source.

    This year, from the 1 to 7 December, there will be a wide digital campaign spread across Twitter Facebook etc encouraging people to wear the armed forces flag with pride to show their support and solidarity with the military. The campaign aims to increase contributions to the fund that will used to support disabled ex-servicemen, war widows, children of martyrs and other such beneficiaries.

    For the first time, the public will be able to contribute to the fund using a UPI code.

    “This campaign falls under one of Smt Nirmala Sitharaman’s main priorities of ensuring the welfare of ex-serviceman that she iterated during her first day in-charge as Raksha Mantri”.
     
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    The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind inspecting the Guard of Honour, during his arrival at Imphal Airport, in Manipur on November 21, 2017.
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    22-November, 2017 18:46 IST
    42nd International Committee on Military Medicine World Congress

    The 42nd ICMM World Congress on Military Medicine in New Delhi has reached the half way mark today. The proceedings during the opening sessions for the day included a plenary session on “International Collaborations in Military Medicine: The way forward” which saw extensive and heartening exchange between member nations. Delegates from 75 member nations of the ICMM are participating in the event.

    Scientific sessions till now include deliberations on current topics like High Altitude Medicine, Aerospace Medicine, Marine Medicine, CBRN Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Operational Planning & Medical Logistics and Military Medicine Training. Ethics in Military Medicine were deliberated upon extensively, especially in the backdrop of the bane of terrorist attacks the world over. Casualty Evacuation in the scenario of Counter Insurgency/Counter Terrorism Operations was also discussed with active participation of delegates from many member states. The delegates also thronged the scientific exhibition featuring the latest state-of-the-art equipment and cutting edge technology.

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    The Director General of Armed Forces Medical Services and new Chairman of the General Assembly and the Committee of International Congress of Military Medicine (ICMM), Lt. General Bipin Puri interacting with the delegates at the 42nd ICMM World Congress, in New Delhi on November 22, 2017.
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    24-November, 2017 15:14 IST
    Speech by the Hon’ble president of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind at the closing ceremony of the 42nd World Congress of the International Committee of Military Medicine


    1. I am happy to be among you today at the closing ceremony of the 42nd World Congress of the International Committee of Military Medicine (ICMM). I am told that all of you, that is, the delegates from 74 member states who participated, had excellent discussions during this conference. I congratulate the ICMM as well as the Indian Armed Forces Medical Services for conducting the Conference successfully.


    2. For nearly a century now, the ICMM has been making a meaningful impact in the practice of military medicine across the world. The uniformed medical services deliver health care in the most trying circumstances. They truly work at the ‘cutting edge’ of the medical profession. This ‘edge’ does not sharpen overnight, but is achieved through years of perseverance and training.


    3. Through its Regional and World Congress, ICMM provides a global platform for sharing and meaningful learning. You are able to duly address contemporary, real-time and relevant issues pertaining to Military Medicine, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief, Mass Casualty Medicine and Infectious disease epidemiology including outbreaks, Medical Logistics and missions.


    4. The medical service is an important pillar for any military. The Armed Forces Medical Services of India have been providing stellar service not only to the Armed Forces but have also been in the service of the nation both in peace and war. They are the most valuable first responders in times of natural and man-made calamities and crises and are in a perpetual state of readiness. The onus of promoting and delivering preventive, curative and rehabilitative medical care for the serving soldier and his family, including our esteemed veterans, has been carried out by the Armed Forces Medical Services with commendable professionalism.


    5. In this context I am extremely heartened to observe the content of the deliberations which have occurred over the last 5 days at the 42nd Congress of ICMM here at New Delhi. The theme of this year’s World Congress has been appropriately kept as “Military Medicine in Transition”. The theme itself portrays both the dynamic and evolving nature of medical science per se and the ever changing and volatile environment of the practice of military medicine, in particular. I am sure the word ‘Transition’ mentioned in the theme, refers to a continuously occurring positive change and learning based on prevalent situation.


    6. I am told that the Conference held deliberations on emergency medicine, environmental medicine, lifestyle diseases, Mass Casualty management, Disease Outbreak response, rehabilitative medicine, and so forth. All these issues are very relevant for our citizens but particularly important for the men on ground, that is, our brave SOLDIERS.


    7. A soldier of any country is a very valued and special citizen. His or her pledge to safeguard the country from any threat, at the peril of life, puts him or her at a special pedestal. A soldier undergoes a well-planned regimen, and in doing so, is often exposed to harsh alien environments that put physical and mental stress on the body. In a vast country like ours, our valiant forces too, face tough environmental conditions of high-altitude, glacial conditions, deserts, jungles, violent seas and the aerospace. I am sure the deliberations on the medical aspects related to these very military specific environments, would have been fruitful, owing to the varied exposure and experience of speakers.


    8. Now, I wish to say something about the brave women who join the armed forces. Women have always, in some role or the other, been an important part of Armed Forces across the world. Different countries have different terms of engagement and employment of women in uniform. More and more countries are going forward to give them greater responsibilities. In India too, women have evolved as able soldiers in whichever arm or service they have served in.


    9. In the field of combat medical care, historically, they have had a distinguished record as health care providers. The Indian Armed Forces Medical Services has had women adorn the uniform as Medical, Dental and Nursing Officers since our independence, and they have served and proved themselves even in extremely difficult situations, with great distinction. I am glad to note that a special panel discussion was slated in the programme, to discuss the role of a woman as a combat soldier.


    10. In keeping with the present world scenario, it is important that we focus on two aspects of medicine; training and medical research. Both are progressive and mandated requirements of the medical profession, which help the organization and the individual to constantly grow and expand. I compliment the 42nd World Congress of the ICMM to have addressed both aspects of training as well as medical research. I am sure that your deliberations would immensely benefit the medical fraternity in uniform, but more importantly would bring positive benefits to the health and longevity of the soldiers from respective national armies.


    11. I wish the ICMM World Congress all success in their future endeavors, assuring it of full cooperation and support from India. I once again compliment our Indian Armed Forces Medical Services for hosting this conclave.


    Thank you.

    Jai Hind!


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    The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind at the closing ceremony of World Congress of the International Committee of Military Medicine, in New Delhi on November 24, 2017. The Minister of State for Defence, Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhamre, the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa, the Chief of Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat and other dignitaries are also seen.
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    The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind addressing at the closing ceremony of World Congress of the International Committee of Military Medicine, in New Delhi on November 24, 2017.
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    The Minister of State for Defence, Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhamre addressing at the closing ceremony of World Congress of the International Committee of Military Medicine, in New Delhi on November 24, 2017.
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    The Director General of Armed Forces Medical Services, Lt. General Bipin Puri addressing at the closing ceremony of World Congress of the International Committee of Military Medicine, in New Delhi on November 24, 2017.
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    24-November, 2017 16:39 IST
    Defence of Andaman & Nicobar Islands Exercise (DANX-17)

    Defence of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Exercise (DANX) was conducted under the aegis of Andaman & Nicobar Command. The five day exercise started on 20 Nov 2017 and culminated on 24 Nov 2017.

    From the planning stage onwards, joint planning and integrated approach was adopted for synergistic application of forces. Main objective of the exercise was to practice & validate procedures and drills of all the Command forces aimed at defending Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Accretional forces from the main land including fighters, Special Forces, Naval ships and heavy lift transport aircraft participated in the exercise.

    The highlights of the exercise were fighter ops, night para jumps at sea, slithering of troops from helicopters and amphibious landings of troops by ships. After the exercise the Commander-in-Chief Andaman and Nicobar Command applauded all the four Components for their synergistic planning and precise execution of the Command plans and urged all to focus on the take-aways from the exercise for being fully prepared for any eventuality in future.

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    New Delhi, DH News Service, Nov 25 2017, 0:16 IST
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    Amphibious assault drill being carried out by the forces during the Defence of Andaman exercise
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    The Indian military, for the first time, carried out a 'Defence of Andaman' exercise that simulated the scenario of retrieving an island in case of invasion by an enemy.

    The mock drill involving Indian Air Force's Jaguar ground attack combat jets, army's armoured vehicles and para-commandos took place between November 20 and November 24.

    "It is unprecedented. We have never conducted such an exercise," said an officer.

    The goal of the war game was to free an island taken over by enemy. It involved fighter operations, para-jumping at night from C-130J Super Hercules, slithering of troops from helicopters and amphibious landing of infantry troops and armoured (BMP) vehicles carried by the navy's tank-landing ships that can come very close to the beach, allowing troops and vehicles to move to the island.

    The Indian Navy operates three types of Landing Ship Tank (LST) vessels belonging to the Shardul, Magar and Kumbhir class of warships.

    The para-commandos came from Agra, while the armoured vehicles were from the army brigade deployed on the island as part of the tri-service command.

    There are 572 islands in Andaman and Nicobar. Many of them are uninhabited. For a long time, security agencies feared intrusion into one of the islands by an enemy, which could even be non-state actors.

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    "The forces will focus on the takeaways from the exercise for being fully prepared for any eventuality in future," Vice Admiral Bimal Verma said at the conclusion of the exercise.

    The maiden Defence of Andaman exercise takes place days after the Indian Coast Guard's Exercise Sagar Kavach that seeks to secure thee islands and respond to any emergency.

    The maritime exercise on the eastern sea board comes at a time when China is making an effort to expand its footprint in the Indian Ocean. While Chinese nuclear submarines are frequently criss-crossing the ocean, the communist country has publicly declared its plan to strengthen its maritime forces to assert supremacy in the strategically important region.

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    The Defence Secretary, Shri Sanjay Mitra laying wreath at Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate, on the Occasion of the 69th Raising Day of the National Cadet Corps (NCC), in New Delhi on November 25, 2017.
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    The Defence Secretary, Shri Sanjay Mitra and the Officiating Director General, National Cadet Corps (DGNCC), Major General B.K. Guha paying homage at Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate, on the Occasion of the 69th Raising Day of the National Cadet Corps (NCC), in New Delhi on November 25, 2017.
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    The Defence Secretary, Shri Sanjay Mitra, the Officiating Director General, National Cadet Corps (DGNCC), Major General B.K. Guha and senior officers from NCC along with NCC cadets, at Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate, on the Occasion of the 69th Raising Day of the National Cadet Corps (NCC), in New Delhi on November 25, 2017.
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    26-November, 2017 16:00 IST
    NCC Commemorates Its 69th Raising Day

    National Cadet Corps (NCC), the largest uniformed youth organisation in the world, is celebrating its 69th Raising Day today. On this solemn occasion, Defence Secretary Shri Sanjay Mitra and Officiating DG, NCC Maj Gen B K Guha laid wreaths on behalf of the entire NCC fraternity by paying homage to the martyrs who made their supreme sacrifices for the country, at Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate here yesterday.

    The NCC raising day was also celebrated all over India with cadets participating in marches, cultural activities and social development programmes.

    The NCC is at the forefront of contribution towards social causes and community development activities. Its cadets have done the nation and the organisation proud by their remarkable achievements in the fields of sports and adventures. They have also won laurels in the National Shooting and Equestrian competitions and other events.

    During the current year, the NCC was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for its contribution towards Swacchta Abhiyan. It has played a pivotal role in spreading awareness during the digitisation campaign and International Yoga Day.

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    Soldiers donating blood at 1 EME Centre, during Army -Voluntary Blood Donation Camp to help children suffering from Thalassemia and Leukemia (Blood Cancer) diseases, in Secunderabad on Saturday. PTI
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    By: PTI | Bhubaneshwar | Updated: November 25, 2017 6:46 pm

    Indian Army Chief, General Rawat arrived in Odisha to attend a function at the Army Air Defence College in Gopalpur in Ganjam district.

    Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat today visited the Sri Jagannath Temple at Puri and witnessed the Sun Temple in Konark. Rawat arrived in Odisha to attend a function at the Army Air Defence College in Gopalpur in Ganjam district.


    “I sought blessings for all including me, my family, the country and our forces. I prayed to the deities for happy and peaceful lives of jawans and their family members along with safety and security of the country,” he told reporters.

     
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    Ministry of Defence
    27-November, 2017 18:22 IST
    Eligibility of Divorced Daughter of Armed Forces Personnel for Grant of Family Pension

    As per Ministry of Defence (MoD) letter of September 2015, presently only those children who are dependent and meet other conditions of eligibility for family pension at the time of death of the Government servant or his/her spouse, whichever is later, are eligible for family pension. Accordingly, divorced daughters who fulfil other conditions are eligible for family pension if a decree of divorce had been issued by the competent court during the life time of at least one of the parents.

    The Government has been receiving grievances from various quarters that the divorce proceedings are a long drawn procedure which take many years before attaining finality. There are many cases in which the divorce proceedings of a daughter of a Government employee/pensioner had been instituted in the competent court during the life time of one or both but none was alive by the time the decree of divorce was granted by the competent authority.

    The matter has been examined and it has been decided vide Ministry of Defence letter dated 17 November 2017 to grant family pension to a divorced daughter of Armed Forces personnel in such cases where the divorce proceedings has been filed in a competent court during the life time of the employee/pensioner or his/her spouse but divorce took place after their death – provided that the claimant fulfils all other conditions for grant of family pension. In such cases, the family pension will commence from the date of divorce.

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    A group of students from Arunachal Pradesh on a excursion tour sponsored by ITBP, calling on the Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri Kiren Rijiju, in New Delhi on November 27, 2017.
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    The Chief of General Staff, Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic, General Raimberdi Duishenbiyev paying homage at Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate, in New Delhi on 27 November 2017.
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    The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind inspecting the Guard of Honour, during his arrival, at Kolkata Airport, in West Bengal on November 28, 2017.
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    Sudan Block lit in tricolours during the Light and Sound Show of 133rd NDA course at The National Defence Academy (NDA) in Pune on Wednesday. (Pratham Gokhale/HT Photo)

     

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