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Starting is wrong saying we have no military history. And some of the data is outdated or omitted like in case of navy(omits destroyers P!%B and new frigates from Russia).
If anyone comes across such videos or articles doubting India’s military modernisation, just copy paste the latest update from this thread..

Even if Creator of the content is biased, atleast people visiting the page will get to see the current status.

 

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Indian, Kyrgyz special forces begin two-week exercise

Bishkek [Kyrgyzstan], April 16 (ANI): The eight India-Kyrgyz joint special forces exercise was inaugurated on Friday here.

Initiated first in 2011, the two-week-long exercise Khanjar focusses on high-altitude, mountains and counter-extremism.

The exercise was inaugurated today at the Special Forces Brigade of National Guards of Kyrgyz Republic in Bishkek, the Indian embassy said.

Commander of Kyrgyz National Guards Colonel Ergeshov Talantbek, in his opening remarks, commended the high-altitude resilience of the two personnel and their camaraderie and interoperability.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars some one posted this on the DFI Twitter Account's.

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Army set for change, to have soldiers’ grievances officers | Chandigarh News - Times of India

CHANDIGARH: In what can be described as winds of change seven decades after Independence, the Indian Army is readying to play a proactive role in dealing with grievances of serving soldiers with the local civil administration by introducing the concept of “soldiers’ grievances officers” (SGOs). These officers, as per the proposal, would be a dedicated junior commissioned officer (JCO) tasked to actively deal with matters of soldiers and their families pertaining to local civil administration and, if required, to accompany them to the concerned civil offices. The move is aimed to keep the soldiers and their families stress-free.

 

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