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.
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.
MARCH 10. TIBET AWARENESS DAY – TIBET’S BATTLE OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT DESERVES WORLD’S SYMPATHY.
The Living Tibetan Spirits have received the news about H.H. Dalai Lama’s high-profile visit to the United States with a sense of joy and optimism.
Democracy and the Future of Tibet: To introduce Democracy into Tibet, H.H. Dalai Lama must surrender his temporal powers to the People of Tibet.
My spiritual relationship with the Living Tibetan Spirits.
On Valentine’s Day, I pledge to keep my Old Flames Alive. I seek the Path of Triple Refuge. “Buddham Saranam Gacchami, Dhammam Saranam Gacchami, Sangham Saranam Gacchami.”
On December 10, 2009, we have observed the 61st anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It gives us hope and reminds us about the challenge that we face in the Land of Tibet.
The Flag of Indian Army Medical Corps symbolizes its Primary Mission. Army Medical Corps provides support during the Battle, while preparing for the Battle, and to keep the Army Battle-Ready at all times. The lives of the seriously wounded depend upon the professional skills of the Medical Officer and the medical personnel deployed at […]
Major General (Retd) Sujan Singh Uban, AVSM, the former Inspector General of Special Frontier Force had published his story titled The Phantoms of Chittagong : The Fifth Army in Bangladesh and had narrated the successful military operation in Chittagong Hill Tracts in the 1971 War of Liberation of Bangladesh. I would like to tell the Untold story.