“Baba Harbhajan Singh-A Dead Soldier Still On Duty”

  Baba Harbhajan Singh was born into a Sikh family on August 30th  1946 in the village of Sadrana in district Gujjarawala Punjab (Pakistan). In June 1956 he enlisted as a soldier in Amritsar and joined the Signal Corps. On 30 June 1965, he was granted a commission and posted to the 14 Rajput Regiment. During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 he served as an Adjutant of … Read more “Baba Harbhajan Singh-A Dead Soldier Still On Duty”

Story of Lt. Triveni Singh: A Warrior who fought terrorists till his last breath to secure Jammu Railway Station

Martyrs never die. They become immortal. History records their names in golden letters. Lt. Triveni Singh, Ashok Chakra, is one such martyr. In a rare act of courage, he killed two heavily armed militants at the Jammu railway station on January 02, 2004 and saved hundreds of helpless passengers at the platform before he succumbed … Read more Story of Lt. Triveni Singh: A Warrior who fought terrorists till his last breath to secure Jammu Railway Station

MARCOS Officer Varun Singh: Story of a DADIWALA FAUJI who fought Death and Won

This is the remarkable story of a man whose determination to serve his nation helped him fight grievous injuries and overcome all odds to become the commander of Indian Navy’s base INS Karna. In many ways, Varun Singh was always destined to become a soldier. His father was an officer in the navy. In an … Read more MARCOS Officer Varun Singh: Story of a DADIWALA FAUJI who fought Death and Won