Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw

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20 years after Kargil War: Pakistani Commanding Officer urged Indian Brigadier for bodies – ‘for paltan’s izzat’

Brig M P S Bajwa (retd), Commander of 192 Mountain Brigade in Kargil War, which captured Tiger Hill, recalls that Lt Col Mustafa, CO of 19th Battalion of Frontier Force (FF) Regiment, spoke to him on wireless communication and made a request for the bodies.

Missing Sam

Field Marshal Manekshaw was loving, gracious, playful and charismatic

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Rediscovering Sam Manekshaw

Sam had the moral courage to confront a Major General who was indicted for taking graft.

Literary awakening

Some prefer walking into the sunset,escaping the bustle and settling into carefully developed quiet.

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Remembering Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw

Born on April 3, 1914 at Amritsar in Punjab, Late Sam Manekshaw was the first Indian Army officer to have been promoted to the rank of Field Marshal.

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