BANGLADESH LIBERATION WAR OF 1971

Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971 and Operation Eagle in Chittagong Hill Tracts.

LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH – FALLEN HEROES ON BOTH SIDES

The Indo-Pak War of 1971 is memorable because of Fallen Heroes on both sides. Wars cannot be won without human sacrifice. The Attacking Party and the Defending Party have to display Valor in the true Traditions of rendering Military Service.

ABOUT GUNS, VICTORY AND GALLANTRY AWARDS- 1971 BANGLADESH LIBERATION WAR

ABOUT GUNS, VICTORY AND GALLANTRY AWARDS- 1971 BANGLADESH LIBERATION WAR About Guns, Victory and Gallantry Awards – Bangladesh Ops of 1971. The US President Richard Nixon and the Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Washington DC, 4 November 1971. OPERATION EAGLE 1971 – ABOUT GUNS, VICTORY, AND GALLANTRY AWARDS.  THE MILITARY ACTION IN THE CHITTAGONG HILL […]

GUNS, VICTORY AND GALLANTRY AWARDS- BANGLADESH LIBERATION WAR OF 1971

During the Indo-Pak War of 1971, the Medical Officer belonging to the Indian Army Medical Corps had displayed Courage while operating inside the enemy territory and in the face of enemy action. Being a Combatant, the Gallantry displayed by the AMC Officer deserves proper recognition.

BURMA SHAVE CARTOON – A DISGUSTING INSULT

The cartoon picture of decapitated Buddha that was published in The Ann Arbor News on Wednesday, October 3, 2007 is plainly disgusting and is clearly an insult. It serves no purpose other than to hurt the feelings of people who respect Lord Gautama Buddha.  

“BURMA SHAVE” – A DISGUSTING INSULT

The Ann Arbor News published a cartoon picture of decapitated Buddha.

OPERATION EAGLE 1971 – A SERMON IN KAPTAI BANGLADESH

OPERATION EAGLE 1971 INCLINED TOWARDS PEACE

INDIA – THE LAND OF GAUTAMA BUDDHA

This entry is dedicated to the loving memory of those brave men who had sacrificed their lives while nurturing fond hopes to win freedom for Tibet and they had cherished a dream to preserve the Tibetan Identity.