Under the scheme, soldiers recruited to non-officer ranks will serve for four years only and be denied pension.
The motive behind the riot was to make sure the Union government withdrew Agnipath scheme so that his coaching academies ...
Following the arrest of 56 persons who allegedly participated in the arson and violence last week at the Secunderabad railway ...
Nobody bothered to articulate the upsides; instead, the four-year tour of duty and denial of life-long pensions got played up ...
Officials say that those involved in the protests will be booked under Section 150 of Indian Railway Act that can attract ...
India reported 12,249 new COVID cases in a span of 24 hours, which is a rise from the previous day's count of 9,923, the ...
Amid the ongoing protests and Bharat Bandh called in several states over the Central government’s new Agnipath scheme, Indian ...
Some decisions and reforms might appear temporarily unpleasant but benefit the country in the long run, Prime Minister ...
The district police backed by personnel of the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) and Rapid Action Force (RAF) remained ...
Security forces in riot gear took over major highways, railway stations and cities in India on Monday in anticipation of ...
Government of India announced the Agnipath Scheme for Indian armed forces. The scheme would recruit 45,000 to 50,000 people — ...
Coaching institutes, which train youngsters aspiring for army jawan jobs, had a key role in instigating the violence at the ...