An army officer died in a road accident while leading a convoy of vehicles in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir."Major L Rambo Singh laid down his life while performing operational duties in extreme harsh climate and rough mountainous terrain of eastern Ladakh while upholding the finest traditions of the Indian Army," a defence spokesman said.The spokesman did not elaborate on the circumstances that led to Singh's death yesterday but sources said his vehicle skid off the road and fell into a ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
IMPHAL, March 11 - Indian Army paid rich tribute to its martyr from Manipur Major L Rambo Singh, who laid down his life while performing operational duties in extreme harsh climate and rough mountainous terrain of eastern Ladakh.The mortal remains of the ...The Assam Tribune, 2 weeks ago State soldier E Pao!, 2 weeks ago
[India], Mar. 3 (ANI): China's former diplomat and border negotiator has suggested that India must willingly cede the Tawang region in Arunachal Pradesh and China will reciprocate by giving up its claim over Aksai Chin to solve the border dispute between both ...Sify, 3 weeks ago
'Delhi was not concerned.''It would continue sleeping for several more years, with the result that Indian territory is still occupied by China today,' says Claude Arpi. IMAGE: A sketch of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru against the backdrop of China's capricious leader Mao Zedong who order his troops to invade India in October 1962. One of the Nehru government's biggest historical blunders has been the Aksai Chin road built by China on Indian soil without Delhi noticing it. Among the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
In a bid to enhance functional relations at the border, ceremonial personnel meetings between troops of the Indian Army and Chinese Peoples Liberation Army were held on Thursday in eastern Ladakh on the occasion of India's 68th Republic Day.At the ...Prokerala, 1 month ago On Republic Day, Indian, Chinese troops commit to boost functional relations Sahara Samay English, 1 month ago
On his maiden visit to Jammu and Kashmir after taking charge, new Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat on Thursday reviewed the security situation and favoured a dynamic strategy to handle the "proxy war". Rawat, who visited some forwards areas in Akhnoor and Rajouri sectors and interacted with troops, commended the soldiers for "strongly reciprocating to the unprovoked ceasefire violations by Pakistan". The army chief began his three-day tour by visiting the Udhampur-based Northern Command where he was ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Army chief visits J-K, reviews security situation Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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