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15 yrs after Kargil War, Drass is a tourist town, with money, new houses, jobs
Indian Express

15 yrs after Kargil War, Drass is a tourist town, with money, ...

Ceasefire has encouraged building of concrete houses. Source: Shuaib Masoodi Mushkohfirst shot to fame during the India-Pakistan Kargil War as an inhospitable battlefield. Fifteen years later, the valley, with the Tiger Hills in the backdrop, is a ... Indian Express, 1 month ago

Kargil Special: What happened at Mushkoh Valley?

Kargil, July 25: Mushkoh Valley is a valley in Ladakh, that gained prominence during the 1999 Kargil conflict. This is the valley where the former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf had arrived as the then Pak army chief to give instructions to the Pak ...
 One India1 month ago
India TV

Legendary tale of 'Captain Vikram Batra': The 'Sher Shah' of Indian Army

India TV Buzz [ Updated 11 Sep 2014, 13:44:14 ] New Delhi: “I'll either come back after raising the Indian flag in victory or return wrapped in it, but I will come for sure,” last words of brave Captain Vikram Batra who snatched point ...
 India TV4 days ago

The invincible soldier

Even five bullets did not deter this Himachal native from vanquishing Pakistani troops atop Point 4875 Sanjay Kumar Havaldar, 13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles 3 March 1976 In the tidy olive-green army cantonment in Dehradun where 13 Jammu and ...
 Tehelka1 month ago

The lion of tiger hill

The plucky young soldier came back from the dead to help the Indian Army retake the strategic Tiger Hill Yogender Singh Yadav Naib Subedar, 18 Grenadiers 10 May 1980 - Yogender singh yadav was born in Aurangabad Ahir village near ...
 Tehelka1 month ago

Dreams of glory

The courageous Captain sacrificed his life trying to save a soldier during a mountain assault in the Kargil War Vikram Batra Captain, 13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles 9 September 1974 7 July 1999 Not very many years back, a little boy with a ...
 Tehelka1 month ago

War or peace, Army has learnt its tough lessons

15 years after the Kargil war, the Army hasn't forgotten anything. It's now better prepared with its men, machine & surveillance Azhar Qadri Dras (Kargil), July 25 At the icy height of 10,760 ft, Dras welcomes its few visitors with a rusting, faded ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

Nation in safe hands, says Army Chief on goodbye visit to Kargil

Summary Jaitley, service chiefs to pay tribute today. Days before he retires, Army Chief General Bikram Singh visited the Kargil war memorial to commemorate the martyrdom of soldiers killed in 1999 war with Pakistan. And in the foothills of ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

15th anniversary of Kargil War becomes extra special for brave heart Sanjay

CHANDIGARH: Rifleman Sanjay Kumar, the youngest living recipient of country's highest gallantry award Param Vir Chakra (PVC), has another reason to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Kargil War as he has been promoted as junior commissioned officer ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Oneindia

Kargil Special: Dras transformed from hell to heaven after Kargil War

Dras, July 23: On 3rd May, 1999, a shepherd living on the border informed the Indian Army that some strangers were seen on the border. Upon the shepherd's warning, the Indian Army sped up the patrolling and found out that the Pakistani forces had ...
 Oneindia1 month ago
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