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Battle of Malegaon: The Maratha army's Muslim Heroes
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Battle of Malegaon: The Maratha army's Muslim Heroes

At the Battle of Malegaon, Muslim soldiers in the Maratha army defied the British army for a full month when they had no hope of victory as the Chhatrapati and Peshwa had already surrendered.These battles, says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd), are in contrast to the colonial mindset driven narrative of Muslim separatism.The current politics of both communities ensures that the heroes of Malegaon -- or for that matter personalities like Ibrahim Khan, who led the Maratha artillery at the battle of ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Always wanted to join the Army: Gen Bipin Rawat

As a young boy, every morning Gen Bipin Rawat donned the school uniform, but, he said, in his heart he always desired to wear the Army's olive green uniform.And, while life came full circle for him, when Rawat rose to become the 27th Army chief, this general, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Every Indian must salute these patriots

BharatShakti.in Founder Nitin A Gokhale pays homage to Mr E N Rammohan and Colonel M B Ravindranath, two genuine Indian heroes who sadly passed into the ages on Sunday. IMAGE: Colonel M B Ravindranath, Vir Chakra, right, at the Drass war memorial, July 26, 2009. Kind courtesy: http://ssbjcolmbravindranathvrc.blogspot.in Sunday, April 8, brought bad news in quick succession. Two of the nicest, upright, brave leaders of men passed away on the same day. They had probably never met, but both E N ...
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Hope 'our 56 inch strongman' with 'red eyes' has plan on Doklam, says Congress

The Congress today expressed serious concern over the Chinese build-up in South Doklam which it said threatens national security and asked whether the "56-inch strongman" with "red eyes" has a plan to deal with the situation. The opposition party also alleged ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

Travelogue: A mystic journey

Legends, tales and history can leave an unforgettable vivid imprint on your mind as you walk through the small clearings amid the forests of Rajgir or Rajagriha – the house of the royals. It’s an ancient capital of the most powerful empire Magadha until ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Power and tact needed in Kashmir: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday called for using strength and tact to counter "forces seeking to divide the people" of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and said trouble-makers only understood the language of power.There was need for "shakti" (power) and "yukti" (tact) to ensure that "truth prevails", Bhagwat said.The Indian Army, with its "efforts, sacrifices and dedication", had maintained "shakti", which was needed because trouble-makers "only understand the language of power", he said.Stressing ...
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'She was like an elder sister to us'

'It feels like a part of me is going away with her death.'Readers from all over the world remember Sridevi. We asked you Dear Readers to share your fondest Sridevi memories. This is what the huge and irreplaceable loss means to you: Part 1: 'I still have Hawa Hawai on my playlist' Part 2: 'The true meaning of Bollywood was Sridevi' Part 3: 'As flames make you immortal' Part 4: 'Sridevi movies are part of beautiful childhood memories'   ***   IMAGE: Sridevi in Himmatwala. Name: ...
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JeM threatens India, says 'Modi, stop us if you can'

Bhawalpur : The Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM), a terrorist group based in Pakistan, is continuing with its anti-India tirade with threats to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian State at the behest of its ISI masters. While addressing a rally in ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Why Sheila Dikshit was 'saddened' by CWG probe

'An event that should have made India proud was being perceived entirely as a money-making enterprise, resting on malpractices and without any benefits whatsoever for the Capital and its people.'An exclusive excerpt from Sheila Dikshit's memoir Citizen Delhi: My Times, My Life. IMAGE: Then Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit, 2010 Commonwealth Games Federation President Michael Fennell, then Congress MP and Union minister Praneet Kaur and Suresh Kalmadi, then president of the Indian Olympic ...
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How should India deal with Pakistan?

'We need to be in a perpetual state of aggression, and able to swiftly change the goal posts to keep Pakistan in a state of imbalance,' argues Sanjeev Nayyar. IMAGE: CRPF troopers during a gun battle with terrorists who attacked their camp in Karan Nagar, Srinagar, February 12, 2018. Photograph: Umar Ganie Over the weekend, terrorists attacked the Sunjwan army cantonment in Jammu, and six army personnel made the supreme sacrifice. Soon after, on Monday, February 12, the CRPF camp in Srinagar ...
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