TNI Editorial | Musharraf doesn’t deserve India’s misty-eyed goodbyes

Taliban was quietly allowed to regenerate in Pakistan, and it happened right under Musharraf's watch.

Kargil Diary: Cave That Helped A Village Survive Pak Shelling

HUNDERMAN, KARGIL: It’s been 23 years since Pakistan Army intruders tried to cut off Kashmir from India. While Kargil bore the intensity of the war, with our brave jawans thwarting the enemy’s evil designs, the villagers of the last village on the Line of Control recall the nights when they had to take shelter in

Last Village On Indo-Pak Border: Preserving Memories Of 1971 War

  HUNDERMAN, KARGIL: At first impression, Hunderman looked like a haunted village with abandoned houses. But on a careful look, one can find that the last village on the Indo-Pak Line of Control, just 10 kms from the city of Kargil, carefully preserves the memories of the 1971 war. The village houses a one-room museum

Vijay Diwas Special: Kargil Shepherd Who 1st Spotted Pakistanis In 1999

DRASS/ KARGIL: More than two decades later, Mohammad Yusuf Lone’s memory is still fresh as morning dew. The former army man from Khandial in Drass was tending his animals at Tololing Hill when he first spotted the presence of Pakistani troops. Lone’s instinct quickly sensed the possibilities and he promptly informed the presence of enemies

Kargil Vijay Diwas: School, That Rose From Rubble, Salutes Martyrs Of War

DRASS/KARGIL: From the rubble of the war, the Government Higher Secondary School in the border village of Pashkum rose like a phoenix to become a symbol of undying resilience in the face of adversity. More than two decades later, the school paid homage to the martyrs of the Indian armed forces who laid their lives

Kargil Vijay Diwas: The 1999 War Hero Who Died A Month Later

DRASS/KARGIL: Rakhi is meant to celebrate the beautiful relationship between a brother and a sister. But for Asha Ahluwalia, Rakhi brings the painful memories of her heroic brother Major Sudhir Walia who fought during the Kargil War. While Major Walia survived the war, he died a month later fighting the terrorists in the jungles of

Nobody Can Match Indian Army’s Valour: BJP Prez Nadda

NEW DELHI: Paying rich tributes to the Indian Army for their sacrifices, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda said that nobody can match the Indian Army’s eternal strength and valour and this gives us confidence that victory will always be ours. Nadda was speaking at an event to mark the 23rd Kargil Vijay Diwas

Kargil Vijay Diwas: 23 Yrs On, Ladakh Men Serve As Porters To Army

DRASS/KARGIL: A lot had changed since 1999 when Pakistan cast its evil eyes on India. However, the memories of the Kargil war still linger in the minds of the locals, many of whom provided logistical support to the brave Indian soldiers who faced the bullets of the Pakistan army intruders. The New Indian visited the

Kargil Diwas: 5 Most Inspiring Bollywood Movies About Indian Army

NEW DELHI: 26th July is a red-letter day in the annals of India and is celebrated as the ‘Kargil Vijay Diwas’. On this day in 1999, the gallant Indian soldiers annihilated Pakistani forces and ousted them from the areas around Kargil. On this occasion, The New Indian talks about five Bollywood films which pay rich

Kargil Vijay Diwas: An Evening To Our Gallant Heroes

SRINAGAR: Tunes of patriotic songs reverberated in the atmosphere, swelling one with pride, as the Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA) paid homage to our gallant heroes who laid their lives protecting us from the evil designs of our neighbour during the Kargil war. The AWWA organised a special evening with the gallantry award winners, the