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Ex-Servicemen's Assn. Felicitates 3 Armed Forces Veterans on 'Vijay Diwas'
Mangalorean

Army's Northern Command in J&K celebrates Vijay Divas

Press Trust of India Jammu,16 December: The43rdAnniversary of 'VijayDiwas'was today celebrated at Army's Northern command headquarter, where its Commander LtGen D S Hoodaexhorted army men to rededicate themselves in the service of the nation. ... The Statesman, 5 days ago
Army celebrates Vijay Diwas Daily Excelsior.com, 4 days ago
Army celebrates 43rd Vijay Divas in J Jagran Post, 5 days ago
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Daily Bhaskar, 1 week ago
Bangalore Mirror, 2 months ago
Kathmandu Post

Army holds civil-military liaison conference

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Siliguri, 18 December The Civil Military Liaison Conference was held at the Indian Army's Trishakti Corps at Sukna near Siliguri yesterday. The conference was attended by important military and civil dignitaries, the ...
 The Statesman2 days ago Nepal Confers Honorary Title to Indian Army Chief  Outlook India1 month ago General Dalbir Singh, COAS Conferred with Title of Honorary Rank of General of Nepal Army  Business Standard India1 month ago NA title conferred on Gen Singh  Kathmandu Post1 month ago
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DNA India

Contribution of Bengalis in WW1

Since East India Company days, Bengalis were not recruited in the army for cogent political reasons and mistrust prevailing in the English mind. Further, Bengalis were unjustly labeled as non-martial race, and, as such, we find no Bengali Regiment ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago Indian Army discusses land issues with West Bengal government  DNA India1 month ago
Business Standard India

Maruti Suzuki India bags Army deal for Gypsy SUV

Follow @AutomobilesGuru on Twitter for important updates) Business Standard reported that Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has bagged its single largest order of over 4,000 units of its sports utility vehicle Gypsy from the Indian Army. The ...
 Steel Guru1 week ago Maruti bags 4,000-Gypsy order from army  Business Standard India1 week ago Maruti bags its single largest Army deal for Gypsy SUV  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Maruti bags lucrative army deal  Business Standard India2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Indian Army Books Whopping 4,000 Maruti Suzuki Gypsy Units

In the biggest order till date, Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest car maker has received an order of 4,000 units for one of its earliest sports utility vehicles Gypsy from the Indian Army. Maruti Suzuki Gypsy Rakes 4000 Bookings from ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago Maruti Suzuki Received Order for 4000 Units of Gypsy for Indian Army  CarDekho1 week ago Maruti gets their single largest order of Gypsy from Indian army  India Infoline1 week ago
Daily Bhaskar

Mr. Manohar Parrikar please don't call us 'ex-servicemen': An Indian Army Veteran

A country's strength and character are defined not by the way it fights enemies, but the manner in which it treats his/her soldiers. The former army captain raises objection about the use of the term 'ex-servicemen' and prefers the usage of more ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 week ago

11 Years on, ex-Serviceman Awarded Disability Pension

CHENNAI: The Regional Bench of the Armed Forces Tribunal, Chennai, has directed the Defence Ministry and Indian Army to pay disability pension to a 33-year-old invalided recruit. The petitioner, Tatarao Vankala of Srikakulam district, Andhra ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago SOS. Army is Seeing More Suicides.  NDTV2 weeks ago Defence minister hails Indian army, other news updates: Oct 17  One India2 months ago
India Today

38 Indian ex-Army officers call on Army Chief

DHAKA, Dec 15, 2014 (BSS)-A delegation of 38 retired Indian military officers who fought for Bangladesh Liberation war in 1971 today called on Chief of Army Staff General Iqbal Karim Bhuiyan at Hotel Redison here. The Indian Military officers led ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha5 days ago Indian Army remembers 1917 battle on Cambrai Day  Times of India2 weeks ago Retired army officers train Dera Sachcha Sauda chief's militia  India Today3 weeks ago Ex-Gurkhas may get ex-Indian Army men's facilities  Prokerala1 month ago
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Army Takes Responsibility for Killings, Calls It Mistake

SRINAGAR: Accepting responsibility for the killing of two Kashmiri teenagers in Chattergam village of Central Kashmir, Indian Army Friday said that it will provide ex-gratia of Rs 10 lakh each for families of the deceased and Rs 5 lakh for those ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago Army Owns Killings, Calls It Mistake  Kashmir Observer1 month ago Kashmir Shuts Over Civilian Killings, AI Asks Army to Cooperate in Probe  New Indian Express1 month ago

Army Chief tells commanders to assess security situation

Press Trust of India New Delhi, 18 October: ArmyChief Gen DalbirSingh Suhagtoday asked his commanders to continuously assess the situation in view of the security transition taking place in the neighbourhood and directed them to maintain ...
 The Statesman2 months ago Maintain relentless pressure on terrorists in J&K: Suhag  Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago Gen Suhag to Army: Keep terrorists...  The Echo Of India2 months ago Army Chief tells commanders to continously assess security situation  DNA India2 months ago
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