Amid the ongoing visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Ladakh's Nimo over continuous border tension between India and China, Congress veteran leader Adhir Chowdhury on July 3 state that the Prime Minister's visit to Ladakh will certainly boost and galvanize our army personnel's morale but at the...
To make the country self-reliant, the Delhi Merchants Association has been engaged in providing employment to the common people. They are preparing rakhis made from clay and seeds. To pay respect to soldiers who lost their lives in Galwan valley clash, they want to send 5000 rakhis.
Following Galwan stand-off between India and China, people have boycotted Chinese rakhis. Chinese rakhis have been made disappeared from the market of Shimla. The market has been flooded with homemade rakhis. Earlier, a campaign raised on social media to boycott Chinese products. Meanwhile, in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad people started buying desi rakhis over Chinese ones.
Minister of State for Home Affairs, Nityanand Rai visited Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) headquarters in Delhi on July 27 on the occasion of 82nd Raising Day of CRPF. During his speech, Rai remembered bravery of CRPF officials during Indo-China war in1959 and said, "We are celebrating the Raising Day of CRPF and during this COVID-19 pandemic time, CRPF is continuously working to help the citizens with great bravery. In the Hot Springs area of Ladakh in October 21, 1959, when China attacked us, 10 CRPF jawans lost their lives but China had to suffer a heavier loss. This glorious history is also associated with CRPF."
Some good news on the defence front as the much anticipated Rafale jets make their way to Ambala air base from France. With this, India will get a much-needed boost in its military arsenal. Meanwhile,..
Credit: HT Digital Content Duration: 09:02Published
Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that 'there was no intelligence failure' in the violent face-off in Ladakh's Galwan Valley, which claimed the lives... IndiaTimes Also reported by •Mid-Day