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Jawan who crossed LoC after surgical strikes seeks retirement

Soldier Chandu Babulal Chavan, who had "inadvertently" strayed across the Line of Control (LoC) in 2016 after the surgical strikes and spent nearly four months in captivity in Pakistan, has sought premature retirement.

Martyr cremated in Bathinda village

“He had come for a fortnight to meet us an attend a wedding. He went back on December 18 and told me he would take me along after 3-4 months,” said Singh's wife.

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21 Indian, 2 British soldiers injured in UK troop carrier pile-up

Indian defence sources said the accident took place last evening when the troops of both countries were coming back after the day's joint exercise.

Recalling the valour of Indian soldiers during WW-I

Photo exhibition depicting contribution of Indian soldiers opens in city.

Supreme Court rejects Centre's appeal denying benefit to disabled soldiers

The AFT had extended the benefits of an extra amount in their pensions on account of disability.

Govt moving on war history, memorial: Jaitley

The government is also finalising a plan for setting up the war memorial.

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UN Chief Ban Ki-moon honours sacrifice of Indian soldiers in World War I

Around one million Indian men took part in the World War I in which more than 60,000 died in action, along with many others from Africa, Asia.

LoC killings: Martyrs' bodies to be taken home,govt asked to act tough

Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh is slated to visit the LoC to take a stock of the security situation.

BJP attacks Antony for hiding 'truth' about soldiers' killing at LoC

Antony said there's no compromise regarding defence and protection of country's integrity.

UK to bring alive role of Indian soldiers

Around 1.2 million soldiers from undivided India fought for the British Empire during the war, of which 74,000 died.

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PM Modi meets Siachen survivor at Army hospital

New Delhi, Feb 09 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday went to meet Siachen avalanche lone survivor Lance Naik Hanumanthappa at the Army's Research and Referral Hospital. He is the lone survivor out of group of ten Indian soldiers who were wiped out by an avalanche in the Siachen last week. Modi, along with Army Chief General Dalbir Singh, interacted with the doctors, who treated the soldier.

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