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Heera Bazaar goes to border

Heera Bazaar goes to border

In a novel initiative, diamond merchants of Surat and Mumbai have come forward to provide soldiers what they require the most - sun glasses to protect eyes from the harsh Sun, RO plants to quench thirst and quarters to support children and widows of martyred ... DNA, 3 weeks ago

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Nearly 350 military men killed in Zarb-i-Azb: ISPR

Soldiers patrol at an empty bazaar during a military operation against Taliban militants in the main town of Miramshah in North Waziristan.— AFP/file RAWALPINDI: In a series of tweets, Director General of the Inter-Services Public Relations ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

UPNL staff block traffic, demand regular jobs

Uttarakhand Purva Sainik Kalyan Nigam Limited (UPNL) employees held a protest rally and blocked traffic at Dilaram Bazaar and New Road here today. The protesters condemned the baton-charge on UPNLemployees, 24 of whom were injured. The agitating ...
 Chandigarh Tribune5 hours ago

Want a general's uniform? Visit Sadar Bazaar in Delhi

Believe it or not, Promit Kumar Mitra actually created history a few days ago by becoming the first civilian to have walked into a major military installation in the country wearing a major general's uniform. While Mitra's intentions behind entering ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Soldiering on even during Ramadan

GERIK: About 25 men in digital camouflage uniform on a river bank suddenly jumped to their feet and cheered, on seeing two boats with rations and parcels approaching. They were part of a battalion of the 6th Royal Ranger Regiment (6RRR), ... days ago

Former Australian soldiers fight to get Afghan interpreter a visa

Former Australian soldiers are fighting to get a visa for an Afghan interpreter who was left behind in Afghanistan and fears for his life, after he failed a US Defense Department character test. Key points: Afghan interpreter worked with ...
 ABC Online6 days ago
DNA India

Nepali soldier wins Mount Everest marathon

Nepali soldier Bed Bahadur Sunuwar won the world's highest marathon in the snow-covered foothills of Mount Everest. Sunuwar, who was among the 150 local and foreign runners in the race, completed a challenging 42-kilometre run in just four hours ...
 DNA India1 month ago Nepalese soldier wins Tenzing-Hillary Marathon on Everest  Rediff.com1 month ago Nepalese soldier wins world's highest marathon in snow-covered foothills of Mount Everest  Abu Dhabi National4 weeks ago Nepalese runner wins world's highest marathon  Free Malaysia Today1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan, Afghan soldiers clash at Khyber Pass

Tension surged between Pakistan and Afghanistan on Monday as a curfew was imposed in Torkham after a crossfire along the border. Due to the persisting situation, a ban has been imposed on every kind of transportation. The residents of the area have started ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Pakistan, Afghanistan amass troops at Torkham border  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Uneasy calm prevails at Torkham border  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

13 injured in Pak-Afghan border skirmishes

Home » General News » Pakistan June 14, 2016 At least thirteen persons including a Frontier Corps (FC) soldier and three Khasadar men sustained injuries during skirmishes between Pak-Afghan border security forces here on Sunday night, an ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago Pak-Afghan clashes at Torkham injures troops, civilians  DAWN Group2 weeks ago Pak-Afghan skirmish at Torkham injures troops, civilians  DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Where have the dhabas gone?

Wide, 4 lane expressways have taken the pleasures out of seeing life along the roads like the highways of old -- homes, bazaars, dhabas, women filling water, elderly folk sitting under the peepal tree... True Indian scenes most often lie on less travelled routes, along roads that have fallen off the map, after modern highways have come up. On the fourth leg of their 2,148 km journey,'s Archana Masih and photographer Rajesh Karkera discover one such forgotten place in the Thar Desert.
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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