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Change of baton at White Knights Corp

Source: The Sangai Express New Delhi, April 16 2014: Bringing laurels to the North-East, an Army officer has become the first Lieutenant General as well as in taking over the largest Corp in the country, the White Knights Corp, said Defence ... E Pao, 1 day ago

JEE Advanced 2014: Chemistry made easy! New Delhi,April 14, 2014| UPDATED13:14 IST Even though there is still time for the JEE (Mains) 2014 result to be out, students should pep-up their preparations for the JEE (Advance) 2014 in order to score well in the same. The ...
 India Today3 days ago

Army chief reviews situation with Northern Commander

Excelsior Correspondent Army chief Gen Bikram Singh being received at the Northern Command Headquarters in Udhampur by GOC-in-C Lt Gen Sanjiv Chachra on Friday. JAMMU, Apr 11: Army chief Gen Bikram Singh today held a high level review of ...
 Daily Excelsior.com6 days ago

Army say AFSPA must stay in Kashmir

Srinagar: Amid public outcry against army's occupation of various land resources including the famous Tosamaidan resort, Indian army's Kashmir-based commander Lt. General Gurmeet Singh on Wednesday reiterated that the army in Kashmir required the ...
 Kashmir Observer21 hours ago

Lt Gen Himalay Singh gets new charge

GUWAHATI: Lt Gen Konsam Himalay Singh, an alumnus of Sainik School, Goalpara (SSG), on Wednesday assumed command of the White Knight Corps, the Nagrota-based 16 Corps of the Northern Command, which is the largest corps of the Army. Lt Gen Singh took ...
 Times of India1 day ago

PDP files complaint with ECI against NC patron

SRINAGAR, Apr 14: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Monday said that National Conference allegations that PDP was behind the Khrew militant attack, are serious in nature and asked Dr Farooq Abdullah to come out with the source of information about the ...
 Kashmir Times3 days ago Pampore Attack: PDP retorts Farooq's blame, writes to ECI  Kashmir Observer3 days ago
New Indian Express

V K Singh Remembering 'Sam Bahadur', India's First Field Marshal

The article is taken from Former Army Chief General V K Singh's blog and published with his permission. Field Marshal Sam Hormusji Framji Jamshedji Manekshaw is, without a doubt, the most popular and colourful military leader in India. Having led ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago V K Singh Remembers 'Sam Bahadur', India's First Field Marshal  New Indian Express1 week ago
Eurasia Review

An Alliance Or Nexus Against India: China-Pakistan Strategic Alliance And Kashmir Problem Analysis

Introduction The Kashmir Problem/conflict is a territorial dispute between the Government of India, Kashmiri insurgent groups and the Government of Pakistan over control of the Kashmir region. While an inter-state dispute over Kashmir has existed ...
 Eurasia Review2 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Henderson Brooks Report On 1962 War: Secrecy An Ostrich Act Analysis

By Professor B. R. Deepak There is nothing new about the Henderson Brooks- P S Bhagat Report, the only fact that is established by Neville Maxwell by uploading it on his website is that he indeed possessed a copy as was widely believed, for he ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago 1962 debacle: Did India army mistakes trigger the war?  Sify3 weeks ago Dhola Post that triggered war was on China's side of McMahon Line  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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