BHARAT DARSHAN – REMEMBERING SAM BAHADUR I have good reasons to pay this tribute to Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw(‘SAM BAHADUR’) who passed away on June 27, 2008. I count him as my ‘Parsi Connection’ apart from Mrs. Indira Gandhi who was India’s Prime Minister when I reported to Officers Training School, AMC Centre, Lucknow on […]
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE CELEBRATES ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH INDIAN ARMED FORCES : On behalf of Special Frontier Force. Establishment No. 22, I am very pleased to share this post on Indian Armed Forces. Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162, USA SPECIALFRONTIERFORCE.ESTABLISHMENT22 Indian Armed Forces Facts About The Indian Armed Forces That’ll Make You Respect Them Even […]
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – OPERATION EAGLE 1971 – LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH : Prime Minister Indira Gandhi during 1971 initiated the Liberation of Bangladesh with military action in Chittagong Hill Tracts. This battle plan was code-named Operation Eagle. This was India’s undeclared war on Pakistan that commenced on November 03, 1971, a month prior to India’s […]
Operation Eagle-Liberation war of Bangladesh. Indira Gandhi conferred Bangladesh’s highest State Honor.
The Living Tibetan Spirits have set their minds free and they ask all Tibetans to let Freedom flow in the Land of Tibet.
Army Medical corps faces its greatest challenge in providing initial Resuscitative Care to the Battle Casualty in the Combat Zone.
The psychological preparation for war demands that the man should overcome his ‘Fear of Death’ so that he could physically march toward’s his enemy’s position and willingly confront the threat of Death.Indian Tradition views this as an act of severing the pedicle or stalk of a Cucumber to separate it from its attachment to the Vine. Breaking Free from Attachment is the Mantra.
I had joined the Indian Army Medical Corps in 1969 as a Final Year M.B.B.S. student and the flame to serve the Nation got extinguished during September 1983 at Ministry of Defence, South Block, The Secretariat Building in New Delhi.
The memorable foot journey through the forests of Chittagong Hill Tracts while evacuating battle wounded casualties of Indo-Pak War of 1971, and the unexpected encounter with a Chakma tribal youth who had needed help.
In the history of Indian Army Medical Corps, I had the unique privilege to perform the tasks of Nursing Assistant and Ambulance Assistant in providing patient care and comfort when I had accompanied on foot and medically evacuated my battle casualties during the Indo-Pak War of 1971.