68th Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra65168280812197 Tamil Nadu2024611313157 Delhi173877846398 Gujarat1635692321007 Rajasthan83654855184 Madhya Pradesh78914444343 Uttar Pradesh77014651213 West Bengal48131775302 Andhra Pradesh3461228960 Bihar3359120915 Karnataka292299749 Telangana2499141277 Jammu and Kashmir234190828 Punjab2197194942 Odisha17239779 Haryana172194019 Kerala120957510 Assam9361044 Uttarakhand493794 Jharkhand4621914 Chhatisgarh4471021 Chandigarh2891994 Tripura2711720 Himachal Pradesh223634 Goa70420 Manipur6060 Puducherry57230 Nagaland3600 Meghalaya27121 Arunachal Pradesh310 Mizoram110 Sikkim100
Nation Current Affairs 04 Mar 2020 Indian Army will use ...

Indian Army will use blockchain technologies: Naravane

ANI
Published Mar 4, 2020, 2:16 pm IST
Updated Mar 4, 2020, 2:16 pm IST
Naravane said that Indian Army will use blockchain technologies and direct energy weapons like laser
Army Chief General MM Naravane speaking at an even in New Delhi on Wednesday March 4 (ANI photo)
 Army Chief General MM Naravane speaking at an even in New Delhi on Wednesday March 4 (ANI photo)

New Delhi: Army Chief General MM Naravane on wednesday said that, terrorist organisation ISIS was far more advnaced in using social media than forces like US and the UK

"In Iraq and Syria, it is the ISIS an organisation steeped in the 17th century, was far more advanced in using social media than the 21st-century forces like the US and the UK.

 

MM Naravane, Army Chief General

Naravane while speaking at the Indian Army's internal seminar with the theme 'changing characteristics of land warfare and its impact on the military' made an emphasis on China's military might.

"China has not been involved in real hardcore combat for a few decades now, yet its regular showcasing of its military might has created this aura of China being the undisputed military leader in key technology domain." he said

Last year, the Indian Air Force had carried out an airstrike in Pakistan's Balakot, targetting Jaish-e-Muhammed's (JeM) terror training camps in response to a terror attack on a CRPF convoy in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama in which at least 40 personnel were killed.

"The Balakot airstrike demonstrated that if you play an escalatory game with skill, military ascendence can be established in cycles that do not necessarily lead to war," he added.

He said the Army was looking at using "blockchain technologies" and direct energy weapons like a laser in the future.

"We are looking at using blockchain technologies and direct energy weapons like a laser in future. We are also focusing on dynamic response. We are refining our capacities on both the western and northern borders. We are developing both kinetic and non-kinetic methods,"  the army chief said.

...
Location: India, Delhi, New Delhi




ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT