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News story: Concert spectacular tops off Invictus Games
Department for Transport

News story: Concert spectacular tops off Invictus Games

The concert was opened in true military style by the pipes and drums of 2nd Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles. Then 10 drummers from the Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines HMS Collingwood joined 2009 Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity on ... Department for Transport, 1 month ago
Times of India

Gallipoli 1915, a tale of Indian bravery buried in history

, a young lieutenant of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, British Army, watched in awe as an Indian Army battalion almost ended the stalemate at Gallipoli. Men of the 1/6 Gurkha Rifles rose from their positions and pressed up the Sari Bair ridge, ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Department for Transport

News story: Golden start for British troops at Invictus Games

Royal Anglian Private Alex Tate got the UK military off to a winning start by bagging gold in the first final of the day. He swept to victory in the IT1 100-metre final in a blistering 12.17 seconds. The race saw a British one-two, with veteran ...
 Department for Transport1 month ago

Rare exhibit highlights India's contributions to First World War

Contact: Steven Purewal, 778.840.4740; [email protected] Marianne Meadahl, University Communications, 778.782.9017; 604.209.5770; [email protected] A little known chapter in World War 1's 100-year old history-the contributions of India's ...
 Noodls3 hours ago
Times of India

Junk 11 World War II ordinances: Law panel

NEW DELHI: The Law Commission on Tuesday submitted a report to the law ministry recommending that all 11 ordinances promulgated during World War II have lost relevance long ago and warranted immediate repeal. Even as successive governments in India ...
 Times of India6 days ago

Princess Anne visits National Memorial Arboretum (Bang Showbiz)

Britain's Princess Anne visited the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire on Monday (22.09.14). The 64-year-old royal - the daughter of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip - unveiled a memorial stone, known as The Chautara, at the site of ...
 Yahoo!Xtra3 weeks ago
Sangai Express

Maharaja-in-council of Manipur for customary and religious : Matters of its people

The kingdom of Manipur began to exist centuries before Christ, unlike the Kingdom of Great Britain, which came into being only from 449 A.D. when Teutonic wild Tribes, the Angles, the Jutes and Saxons from the sea coast of North Germany landed in ...
 Sangai Express1 month ago

A leader in lead and livery

Shamus Wade 1928-2014 Shamus Wade was, from the late Sixties through to the Nineties, one of the world's leading authorities on, and dealers in, lead toy soldiers. Wade was a young advertising copywriter in London when he began collecting toy ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago

India's Massive Interference in Nepal's Domestic Affairs

By: Shashi P.B.B. Malla & Chandra Bahadur Parbate Prashant Jha: Battles of the New Republic. A Contemporary History of Nepal, New Delhi, Aleph Book Company, 2014, IR 395,- The writer is one of the most prolific Nepalese journalists in English ...
 People's Review Nepal1 month ago

The war India forgot!

Rahul Singh (Insight) / 5 September 2014 They served with courage but hardly ever remembered? ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago
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