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Chandhok retires from Le Mans

Indian driver Karun Chandhok and his Irish team Murphy Prototypes were forced to retire from the 24 Hours of Le Mans at the 82nd running of the world's greatest endurance race.It was a tough race with 19 cars retiring after early torrential rains created ... Prokerala, 1 month ago

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597 defence personnel committed suicide in last 5 years

Press Trust of India New Delhi, 22 July: The armed forces lost 597 personnel to suicide in the last five years while 1,349 officers quit the Army during the same period, Rajya Sabha was informed today. From 2009 to 2013, 597 armed forces ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Army plans to extend SSC tenure  India Today1 day ago Nearly 600 Indian soldiers took own lives in 5 years  Pakistan Today1 week ago Nearly 600 Indian military suicides in 5 years  The Express Tribune1 week ago

Double DNF ends Force India points run

Force India saw it impressive early-season consistency come to an abrupt end at the Hungarian Grand Prix, where both Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez failed to see the chequered flag after separate incidents. The Silverstone team had been a regular ...
 Crash.net2 days ago Mangalore: Lest We Forget Kargil! Army Veteran I N Rai Wants You To Join Indian Armed Forces  Mangalorean4 days ago Kargil war Fifteen years hence…  ZeeNews.com3 days ago The Great Escape: India's unsung war heroes  Rediff.com2 months ago

Army Chief praises new Government's decisiveness

Press Trust of India New Delhi, 24 July: Few days before retirement, Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh praised the decisiveness of the NDA Government at a tea party held for him by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley. Mr Gen Singh praised the decisiveness ...
 The Statesman6 days ago Outgoing chief lauds ‘decisive’ government  Asian Age6 days ago

Veterans want robust diplomacy to tackle Chinese challenge

ed forces veterans here are concerned over the recent misadventures of China along the Indian border; they however are hopeful that with a new Government at helm in New Delhi the Indian foreign policy towards China would see a marked change. The ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
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Stop illegal Bangladeshis or Assam could turn into 'Bosnia or Kashmir': BSF ex-officer

Retired Indian security personnel must be allowed to settle along the Bangladesh border to be New Delhi's "eyes and ears" vis-a-vis illegal migration, a former BSF officer says. Retired Border Security Force (BSF) Additional Director General PK Mishra also ...
 IBN Live2 weeks ago 'India must settle ex-servicemen on Bangladesh border'  Prokerala1 month ago 'India must settle ex  First Post.com4 weeks ago

Pakistan fires at posts, India responds

Pakistani troops on Saturday again violated the November 2003 ceasefire agreement by targeting a Border Security Force (BSF) forward post along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Arnia sector. Officials in Jammu said that the Pakistani troops ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Pakistan violates truce again, opens fire on border outposts  Oman Tribune1 week ago

Veteran spinner Murali Kartik retires from competitive cricket

Veteran left-arm spinner Murali Kartik today retired from competitive cricket having played eight Tests and 37 ODIs for India between 1999 and 2007 taking 24 and 37 wickets respectively. However it was first-class cricket where Kartik was always a force to ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Kartik calls time on career  Deccan Herald1 month ago Murali Kartik retires from competitive cricket  Rediff.com1 month ago

Tyagi faces ED case on copter deal

New Delhi, July 4: Retired air force chief S.P. Tyagi will be investigated in a money laundering case, registered by the Enforcement Directorate against him and three of his cousins after investigators in Italy found prima facie evidence that slush funds ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago

Govt didn't accept report on public lands: Speaker

The State government has not accepted the report of retired bureaucrat V Balasubramanian who headed the Task Force for Recovery of Public Lands, according to Speaker Kagodu Thimmappa. "Law Minister TBJayachandra told me that the report has not been accepted.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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