BIOGRAPHY OF CAPTAIN PAWAN KUMAR – 10 PARA SF

Captain Pawan Kumar D.O.B 15Jan 1993 BIRTH PLACE JIND ( HARYANA) SERVICE ARMY SERVICE NO IC-78545K REGIMENT THE DOGRA REGIMENT UNIT 10 PARA SF RANK CAPTAIN AWARDS SHOURYA CHAKAR DATE OF MARTYRDOM 21Feb 2016 Capt Pawan Kumar was born on January 15, 1993 and hailed from Jind in Haryana. Born on the Indian Army Day (15 Jan), Capt Pawan Kumar…

BIOGRAPHY OF CAPTAIN AS JASROTIA AC(P) SM – 9 PARA SF

On 15 Sep 1995, Capt Arun’s unit had gotten believable data from insight sources about nearness of 20 psychological militants in a collapse Lolab valley. A choice was taken by the security powers to dispatch a pursuit and obliterate activity to catch the psychological militants under the authority of Capt Arun. Capt Arun alongside his soldiers got the ball rolling…

INDIAN LINE OF CONTROL SURGICAL STRIKES BY INDIA

Surgical strike square measure military attacks within which meant to end in harm to the meant legitimate military target solely, with no harm to close structures, vehicles, buildings, or the final public infrastructures and utilities. An extremely swift and targeted attack is distributed within the case of a strike, in conjunction with the equally vital aim of minimizing the casualty…

The Poignant Love Story Of PVC Captain Vikram Batra and Dimple Cheema

“Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it, it flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.” The achievements of Late PVC Captain Vikram Batra in the Kargil war in 1999 can’t be forgotten. The entire nation holds the utmost respect for the Kargil war hero, who sacrificed his life for the country’s pride.…

Indian Gallantry Awards

Gallantry awards Gallantry Awards are instituted by the govt of India to honour the acts of bravery and sacrifice of the officers/personnel of the military, different lawfully ingrained Forces and civilians. These gallantry awards square measure declared doubly during a year – 1st on the occasion of the Republic Day then on the occasion of the July 4. Types of…

India’s only Woman warrior Flying Officer Gunjan Saxena, in the Kargil War – The Untold Story

In May 1999, twenty-five-year-old tall, slim and soft-spoken Flying Officer Gunjan Saxena, posted at Udhampur with 132 Forward Area Control (FAC) Flight, gets orders to move to Srinagar. The daughter of an Army officer, Gunjan is looking for action and happy to go to Srinagar. Before leaving she calls up her parents, Lt Col (retd) A. Saxena and Mrs Saxena,…

HERO OF THE 1971 INDO-PAKISTANI WAR – COLONEL HOSHIAR SINGH (PVC)

Col Hoshiar Singh was born on 5th May 1937 in a village of Sisana on Rohtak-Sonipat road. His father Chaudhary Hira Singh, was a respectable farmer and mother, Mathuri Devi, a kind-hearted housewife. Col Hoshiar Singh married Dhanno Devi while he was still studying in the 7th standard and had three sons. He completed his schooling in his hometown and…

फौजी बनना आसान नहीं

बहुत सारा लिखा हमने प्यार मोहब्बत पे तो कभी लिखा समाज के मुद्दों पर। पर आज में लिखना चाहती हूं उन देश के जवानों के नाम जो चौबीसों घंटे सरहद पर खड़े है, सिर्फ अपने परिवार के लिए ही नहीं इस देश के हर परिवार के लिए और अपनी भारत माता कि रक्षा के लिए।। यह पंक्तियां हमारे फौजी भाईयो…

Women Achievers – International women’s day

1.    Lt. Gen. Punita Arora: General Arora is the first Indian woman to hold the rank of Lieutenant General in the India Armed Forces and first female Vice Admiral in the Indian Navy.In her 37 years of her service, she has received 15 medals for her exceptional leadership and service to the nation. 2.    Air Mrshl. Padmavathy Bandopadhyay:  First woman officer to…