KATHMANDU, MAR 25 - Halfway into the film, Who Will Be a Gurkha?, potential British Gurkha recruits talk among themselves about an education sir with a blinking tic. It was hard not to burst into laughter while he was interviewing them, they say. Kathmandu Post, 1 month ago
Disappointment after historic injustice to Gurkha families - Kathmandu Post, 3 weeks ago
Gurkha Group, Anfa sign 3-yr deal - Kathmandu Post, 3 weeks ago
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Chatham House, London Participants Emile Simpson, British Army Officer, Royal Gurkha Rifles (2006-12); Author, War From the Ground Up: Twenty-First-Century Combat as Politics Chair: Claire Yorke, Manager, International Security Programme, Chatham ...Chatham House, 5 days ago
The new Commanding Officer of the British Army's Second Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles Lieutenant Colonel Marcus Reedman (R) recently paid a courtesy call to the Commander of the Royal Brunei Armed Forces (RBAF) Major General Dato Paduka Seri Hj ...Brunei Times, 3 weeks ago
WITH the motto "must draw blood", the Gurkha's khukri knife has made the Nepalese soldier one of the fiercest and most feared in the world. New Gurkha recruits are learning correct use of the knife Now the British Army has reintroduced formal khukri ...Scottish Daily Express, 1 week ago
Viewd by: 26 Not rated yet 22 April 2013 Reuters/London The Battle of Imphal/Kohima, when British troops fighting in horrendous jungle conditions turned the tide against the Japanese army in World War II, has been chosen as Britain's greatest ...Gulf Times, 3 weeks ago Battles to repel Azad Hind Fauj voted UK's greatest Calcutta Telegraph, 4 weeks ago Victory over Japanese at Kohima is Britain''s greatest battle Indian Express, 4 weeks ago The greatest battle of Britain The Financial Chronicle, 4 weeks ago
The Archbishop of York has led a service for British troops. The service at York Minster marked the return of the 4th Mechanized Brigade, based at Catterick, North Yorkshire, from operations in Afghanistan. Nine soldiers who were killed during a ...BBC, 2 weeks ago
Nepalis living in Britain, led by former Gurkha soldiers, have launched a drive to build up pressure against the proposed sale of the country's historic embassy property in the upscale Kensington Palace Gardens area of London. The UK Chapter of ...Nepali Times, 1 month ago
HER coffin lay on a catafalque in the centre of the great circular space beneath Wren's towering dome and the serried ranks of the great and the good spread out to the walls and down to the Great West Door through which she had entered, borne by ...Scottish Daily Express, 1 month ago 'Margaret Thatcher's funeral was a very British occasion. The Lady would have liked that' Scottish Daily Express, 1 month ago Britain's 'Iron Lady' Margaret Thatcher dies Himalayan Times, 1 month ago
MILITARY units which served in the Falklands War are to have vital roles at Baroness Thatcher's funeral. A group of ex-British paratroopers who fought in the Falklands War leave a wreath for Lady Thatcher More than 700 personnel from all three ...Scottish Daily Express, 1 month ago Falklands War units to play role in Thatcher funeral ITV.com, 1 month ago
The cash-strapped Nepalese government may sell its Kensington Embassy for £100m, it has emerged. The Kensington Palace Gardens property, located on what is known as the Boulevard of Billionaires, is in dire need of repairs but any attempts to sell ...LondonlovesBusiness.com, 3 weeks ago Nepal embassy in london: Gaeso may move SC over priceless property Kathmandu Post, 1 month ago Foreign Embassies Cash In Diplomat Magazine, 1 week ago Not for sale Kathmandu Post, 2 weeks ago
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