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When Mombay Sappers made a precious postal cover

It is a well-known fact that postal special covers are brought out meticulously, and those issued by the Army Postal Services are especially known for their spotless character. Therefore, errors on covers are a rarity, and if at all they happen, ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

Real estate drives sailing enthusiasts away from city

Shrinking lakes and lack of wind speed owing to construction activity being blamed for the slow suffocation of the sport in Bengaluru Watching the Madras Sappers sail to glory in the once pristine waters of Ulsoor lake was a weekend routine for ...
 The Hindu5 days ago
DNA India

Journalist Raghu Karnad Unearths Forgotten Piece of History

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. As India was fighting for its independence, 2.5 million Indian soldiers, the largest volunteer army in history, were conversely fighting for Britain during World War II, reveals journalist Raghu Karnad in his first book, ...
 India-West1 week ago Indian Army does nation proud: 10 soldiers qualifiy for 2016 Rio Olympics  DNA India1 month ago Ten Indian Army soldiers qualify for Rio Olympics  Ani News1 month ago
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10 Army soldiers in Rio bound Indian contingent

New Delhi, Mar 18 (PTI) When the Indian athletes will be striving to better country's London Olympics medal haul of six at the Rio Games in August, at least 10 of them would be from the Indian Army. Of the 10 Indian soldiers, three will be ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago
Khaleej Times

Gunasekaran, Karan scorch tracks on wet, cold day

India's Anandan Gunasekaran, the champion 'blade' runner, and Ram Karan Singh, who is completely blind, scorched the tracks on a wet and cold day in Dubai, Wednesday . Negotiating the rainy conditions beautifully, Gunasekaran, a Bengaluru-based ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago

Admiral backs JNU students vs 'bullies'

Admiral Ramdas, a former navy chief, speaks to the JNU students on Saturday. A Delhi court has extended the custody of Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya by two more days. Another student, Ashutosh, was questioned by the police on Saturday.
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

The Sturdy Tamil

CHANDIGARH:The ongoing Jat stir turned ugly in Panchkula on Sunday when about 100 to 150 protesters blocked the old Panchkula light point road causing a traffic jam on the Zirakpur-Shimla highway for around five hours. Move over salesgirls or ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago
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