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Gurkha invasion resulted in first British colony in Solan hills

Book: Solana, Mosaic of Experiences; Author: Minakshi Chaudhary; Publisher: District Cultural Council of Solan; Pages: 120; Price: Rs 1,000The Gurkha invasion in the early 19th century was the turning point for the otherwise quiet and peaceful hills of Solan, ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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Double amputee among 100 takes part in winter ski fest in Gosainkunda

Former British Gurkha army, Hari Budha Magar, is seen skiing during the fifth winter ski festival held in Gosainkunda, on Tuesday, December 27, 2016. Photo Courtesy: Krishna Thapa Magar KATHMANDU: Over 100 participants around the world took part ...
 Himalayan Times3 weeks ago Double amputee among 100 take part in winter ski fest in Gosainkunda  Himalayan Times3 weeks ago

British Army Through The Eyes Of A Gurkha Part 5

Disclaimer/Caution: Much of this content is graphic in nature, showing unfiltered media from the global war on terror and other conflicts. To the best of Military.com's knowledge, the images, videos, and content featured on "Shock & Awe" pages are ...
 Military.com1 week ago

Former British Gurkha aims to break disability-imposed limitations

A former British Gurkha soldier who lost both his legs in Afghanistan says that he plans to stand atop the world’s highest peak in 2018, breaking the boundary of disability. The post Former British Gurkha aims to break disability-imposed limitations ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago

The British Army Gurkhas Giving Back To Nepal

Services Sound & Vision Corporation Footer menu Services Sound & Vision Corporation, Chalfont Grove, Narcot Lane, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9 8TN Charity Registered in England No. 233480. Company Limited by Guarantee. Registered in ...
 Forces TV1 month ago

We Are The Gurkhas Project Brings Communities Together

A project to help the British Gurkha community to integrate is underway in Aldershot. Funded by the Armed Forces Covenant, We Are The Gurkhas introduces veterans to people living locally, to foster better relations and understanding. Forces ...
 Forces TV2 months ago
Gulf Times

Survivor of gun attack played dead on beach

The widow of a British man killed in a terrorist attack on a beach in Tunisia has told an inquest she played dead between two sunloungers after she had been shot in the stomach. Allison Heathcote, who was 48 at the time, was staying at the ...
 Gulf Times4 hours ago Widower tells inquest he was not warned of Tunisia terror threat  The Guardian7 hours ago Widow of Tunisia attack victim 'played dead' after being shot by beach gunman  Irish Independent8 hours ago

Glorious (and not-so-glorious) history

The common discourse about Gorkhali rule in the hills of Kumaon and Garhwal is one of suffering, from which the British takeover provided relief Jan 12, 2017- Yet another Prithvi Jayanti has gone by and the annual theatrics around whether the ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago

The legend and legacy of Gallipoli

Why did British and French empire forces invade Gallipoli? Turkey, then the heart of the Ottoman empire, was an ally of Germany. Controlling the Gallipoli Peninsula meant controlling the strategically important Dardanelles, which opened up to the ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago
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The Fidel Castro I knew

'Castro told us: "Give me a thousand Gurkhas and I shall keep my neighbour under control!"''We pretended that we did not know which neighbour he meant.'Ambassador T P Sreenivasan remembers Fidel Castro. IMAGE: Fidel Castro greets Vice-President Hamid Ansari during a rare 65-minute meeting in October 2013. It was the last time the Cuban revolutionary met an Indian leader.   A popular story about President Fidel Castro is about the three-hour (or longer) speeches that he used to make. At ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Nehru boosted my morale, confidence, will never forget gesture, Castro said: Natwar Singh  Indian Express1 month ago
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