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Bachendri bats for BSF
The Telegraph

Bachendri bats for BSF

Legendary climber Bachendri Pal, who recently returned from a 2000km expedition through Rann of Kutch and Wagah, was pained to see BSF jawans manning India-Pakistan borders in harsh weather conditions without basic facilities. Pal said she would write to ... The Telegraph, 16 hours ago

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Pakistan has returned 57 seized Indian fishing boats, ...

Wagah: As many as 57 fishing boats, which were seized of the Pakistani authorities, have been returned to India by the maritime agencies of the neighbouring country, and these will reach the Indian coast on Monday evening. Representational image.
 Firstpost.com6 days ago Pak has returned 57 Indian fishing boats: Rajnath  Press Trust of India6 days ago Pakistan Has Returned 57 Indian Fishing Boats: Rajnath Singh  NDTV6 days ago PAK-BOATS - Pak has returned 57 Indian fishing boats: Rajnath  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
The Freepress Journal

'Paramilitary Forces To Have 33 P.C. Women'

WAGAH:Thirty-three per cent posts in Central paramilitary forces will be reserved for women, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said. We have decided to increase the strength of women in paramilitary forces to 33 per cent, Mr. Singh said at a ...
 Silicon India6 days ago Paramilitary forces to have 33 per cent women: Rajnath  Press Trust of India6 days ago PTI - WOMEN-RAJNATH - Paramilitary forces to have 33 per cent women: Rajnath  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago Paramilitary Forces Will Have 33 Pc Women, Says Rajnath  The Freepress Journal6 days ago
IndiaTV News

Rajnath Singh attends Wagah-Attari joint retreat ceremony in Amritsar

 ZeeNews.com6 days ago Rajnath to visit Attari-Wagah on Mar 22  Press Trust of India1 week ago PTI - RAJNATH-WAGAH - Rajnath to visit Attari-Wagah on Mar 22  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Rajnath to lay foundation stone at Attari  Kashmir Times6 days ago
The Telegraph

An early Wagah welcome

Be it lofty mountains or lazy dunes, Bachendri Pal and her intrepid eves can take up every challenge. No wonder they ended their arduous month-long journey on camels to Wagah on Sunday afternoon, a day ahead of schedule. The 20-member Great Indian Desert ...
 The Telegraph5 days ago Gearing up for dunes  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
The Telegraph

Wagah expedition on last lap

After 24 days of arduous journey through desert, the all-women team of Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) and Border Security Force (BSF) is closing in on its destination - Wagah, the border India and Pakistan. The Great Indian Desert Safari team, led by ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Girls from Odisha's Kalinganagar successfully complete 'Indian Women's Great Desert Safari' organised by Tata Steel  Orissadiary.com4 days ago Tata Steel flags off the Indian Women's Great Desert Safari  Web Newswire1 month ago

Yashwant Sinha calls Wagah beating retreat ceremony ugly

Former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha on Monday questioned the continuance of "ugly" beating retreat ceremony at Wagah on the India-Pakistan border being followed since 1959.
 DNA1 month ago Yashwant Sinha criticises beating retreat ceremony at Wagah Border  Oneindia1 month ago Wagah Border Beating Retreat 'Ugly, Almost Vulgar,' Says BJP Leader Yashwant Sinha  NDTV1 month ago Why are we continuing with 'ugly' ceremony at Wagah, asks Yashwant Sinha  Rediff.com1 month ago
India Today

Delhi-Lahore bus to stop at Wagah now

AMRITSAR: The fear of terror strikes has overshadowed the harbingers of peace - Sada-e Sarhad and Dosti buses plying between Delhi and Lahore. The Pakistan government has decided to restrict the movement of the buses up to the Wagah border in ...
 Times of India2 months ago India-Pak border bus service to terminate at Wagah  India Today2 months ago Bus to Pakistan Restricted to Wagah Border  New Indian Express2 months ago Terror threat restricts dosti bus to Wagah border  Asian Age2 months ago
International Business Times India

Pakistanis outpassion Indians at Wagah

Watch how adrenaline-driven Pakistani's make the most of Wagah border closing 'lowering of the flags' ceremony. Also called, The Beating Retreat ceremony, it is a daily military practice that the security forces of India (Border Security Force) ...
 SAMAA TV1 month ago BBV: BSF soldiers celebrate Republic Day at Wagah border, Amritsar  ZeeNews.com2 months ago SPECIAL: Women BSF soldiers perform 'Beating Retreat' ceremony at Wagah border  Daily Bhaskar2 months ago Republic Day: Beating retreat ceremony takes place at Wagah border  International Business Times India2 months ago
Odisha Samaya

Pak releases 173 Ind prisoners

Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday released 173 fishermen who will be repatriated to India through Wagah border, Radio Pakistan reported. According to the Foreign Office spokesperson, the issue of prisoners between the two countries is a humanitarian ...
 Odisha Samaya1 month ago Pak to release 173 Indian prisoners  Siasat Daily1 month ago Pakistan releases 173 Indian prisoners at Wagah border  Wikinews1 month ago Pakistan to release 173 Indian prisoners  Zee News1 month ago
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