'We don't know what the reasons were that we gave back the Haji Pir Pass which was strategically very important. Today the entire infiltration into Kashmir takes place from that area. If we had retained that post that we had captured, things could have been different.' 'A lesson we need to learn is if you start losing the gains of war at the negotiating table, they become a disincentive for future wars,' says Lieutenant General D B Shekatkar (retd), reviewing the lessons from the 1965 War. ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
The exhibition titled Shauryanjali celebrating the Golden Jubilee of Indo-Pak War of 1965, opened at the India Gate lawns on Wednesday. The exhibition has recreated the battle scene in various sectors beginning from Rann of Kutch to the ceasefire ...Millennium Post, 3 weeks ago
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