2016 Republic day special

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2016 Republic day special

Postby jayasimha » 25 Jan 2016 18:02

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/525 ... erial.html

In a first, DD to air aerial shots from Rajpath

Prakash Kumar, New Delhi, Jan 24, 2016, DHNS:
Indian Air Force's fighter planes during full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath in New Delhi on Saturday. For this year's Republic Day, Doordarshan will be deploying no less than 27 latest high-definition cameras to capture every glimpse of the gala event. PTI
For this year’s Republic Day, Doordarshan will be deploying no less than 27 latest high-definition cameras to capture every glimpse of the gala event and using two hydraulic cranes of over 80 feet height for dynamic aerial shots on Rajpath for the first time.

“This is for the time we will be using these many HD cameras for the coverage of the mega event. The two hydraulic lifts to be used for the first time to capture live shots from above the India Gate, along with four will dinosaur like jimmy jib cranes which could go up to 40 feet, will help us create a visual treat for the television viewers of the live event across the globe,” a DD official told Deccan Herald.

Fifteen of the 27 HD cameras will be deployed at strategic locations on Rajpath. Of them, two robotically controlled cameras will be placed right inside the presidential enclosure. Seven of the total HD cameras will be positioned at the India Gate while another five at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

“For the first time, we have been allowed to use our jimmy jib cranes for capturing shots while moving across the Rajpath. It will be placed near President podium and utilised to take vintage shots from the top of the crane,” the official added.

Besides, exclusive dynamic microphones have been deployed on the parade ground to pick up foot movements, command of commanding officers and movement of vehicles and other atmospheric sound for enriching the quality of audio signals.

“This arrangement has been in addition to the sound feeds provided by signals wing of the Army,” officials said.

Over 100 Doordarshan personnel from various departments have been working for three months to ensure uninterrupted live telecast of the elaborate coverage of the Republic Day ceremonies.

The entire coverage has been planned and being executed under the overall supervision of DD’s Additional Director General Nadoja Mahesh Joshi. Special arrangements have been made in association with the Air Force for coverage of the flypast.

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OMG... As i predicted and wished in Military Issues & History Forum • Re: Indian Military Aviation - 21 Sept 2015 2 days ago,, DD has taken action... I as i knew earlier,, there are people in either PMO or MoD or Doordarshan reading every single post in BR...
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Now for the real thing... don't be surprised if Mahesh Joshi himself flies a sukhoi or march on rajpath left right left right ....or he himself is a part of some tableau.. or wonder struck spectator by the awesome display of our mighty sukhoi.. he will be there and will have 100 cameras pointed at himself..
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apart from the above Happy Republic day in advance to one all in BR as well as people following us closely in PMO, MoD, doordarshan and to all the people of this country .. my wish is let everything go well in all parts of the country and let it be a glorious celebrations...

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bit of history as I heard/ read some where. Some one with good knowledge pls share and enlighten us...
we got independence on AUg 14/15 midnight. But actually India decided to celebrate Republic day 26th Jan with great fanfare in bigger scale with march past etc.. bigger than independence day because it was day when actually the swatantra movement started many years ago culminated with freedom...

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Aditya G » 25 Jan 2016 18:38

IST OF PERSONNEL BEING AWARDED GALLANTRY / DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS ON THE OCCASION OF REPUBLIC DAY 2016


ASHOKA CHAKRA



1. L/NK MOHAN NATH GOSWAMI (POSTHUMOUS), 9 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)

PARAM VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL






1. LT GEN ARUN KUMAR SAHNI, UYSM, SM, VSM, ARTILLERY
2. LT GEN RAKESH NANDAN, AVSM, SM, ARMY AIR DEFENCE
3. LT GEN MANMOHAN SINGH RAI, AVSM, VSM, ENGINEERS
4. LT GEN AMIT SHARMA, AVSM, VSM, ARMOURED CORPS
5. LT GEN DEEPENDRA SINGH HOODA, UYSM, AVSM, VSM**, INFANTRY
6. LT GEN HARMINDER JIT SINGH SACHDEV, AVSM, SM, INFANTRY
7. LT GEN KAMALJIT SINGH, AVSM**, ARMOURED CORPS
8. LT GEN NAVKIRAN SINGH GHEI, AVSM**, PARACHUTE REGIMENT
9. LT GEN ANIL KUMAR AHUJA, UYSM, AVSM, SM, VSM**, ARTILLERY
10. LT GEN GURMIT SINGH, UYSM, AVSM, VSM, INFANTRY
11. LT GEN RAVINDRAN NARAYAN NAIR, AVSM, SM, INFANTRY
12. LT GEN GHANSHYAM SINGH KATOCH, AVSM, VSM, INFANTRY
13. LT GEN GURDEEP SINGH, AVSM, INFANTRY
14. LT GEN RAVINDRA VASANTRAO THODGE, AVSM, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
15. LT GEN SRINIVASAN LAKSHMI NARSIMHAN, AVSM**, VSM, INFANTRY
16. LT GEN NITIN KUMAR KOHLI, AVSM, VSM, SIGNALS
17. LT GEN RAKESH MOHAN MITTAL, AVSM, SM, VSM (RETIRED), ENGINEERS
18. LT GEN KOCHERLAKOTA GOPAL KRISHNA, AVSM, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
19. LT GEN SANJAY KULKARNI, AVSM, SC, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
20. LT GEN BHUSHAN KUMAR CHOPRA, AVSM, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS

KIRTI CHAKRA
1. SUB MAHENDRA SINGH, SM, 9 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
2. SEP JAGDISH CHAND (POSTHUMOUS), DSC


UTTAM YUDH SEVA MEDAL
1. LT GEN KONSAM HIMALAY SINGH, AVSM, YSM, INFANTRY
2. LT GEN BIPIN RAWAT, AVSM, YSM, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
3. LT GEN BALWANT SINGH NEGI, YSM, SM, VSM**, INFANTRY
4. LT GEN SUBRATA SAHA, YSM, VSM**, INFANTRY
5. LT GEN SARATH CHAND, AVSM, VSM, INFANTRY

BAR TO ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL
1. LT GEN RAYMOND JOSEPH NORONHA, AVSM, SM, INFANTRY
2. LT GEN BOBBY CHERIAN MATHEWS, AVSM, VSM, INFANTRY
3. LT GEN AMARJEET SINGH, AVSM, SM, INFANTRY

ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL
1. LT GEN RAVINDRA SINGH PANWAR, SM, VSM, SIGNALS
2. LT GEN ANIRUDHA CHAKRAVARTY, VSM, INFANTRY
3. LT GEN RAJENDRA PRASAD RAI, VSM, ARMY SERVICE CORPS
4. LT GEN GOPAL SINGH BISHT, VSM, SIGNALS
5. LT GEN IQBAL SINGH SINGHA, VSM, INFANTRY
6. LT GEN JOHN A GEORGE, VSM, ARTILLERY
7. LT GEN PALEPU RAVI SHANKAR, VSM, ARTILLERY
8. LT GEN AMIT SARIN, SM, VSM, ARMY ORDINANCE CORPS
9. LT GEN RAJEEV VASANT KANITKAR, SM, VSM, ARMOURED CORPS
10. LT GEN JAGBIR SINGH, SM, VSM, MECHANISED INFANTRY
11. LT GEN PATTIARIMAL MOHAMEDALI HARIZ, SM, VSM, MECHANISED INFANTRY
12. LT GEN ASHOK BHIM SHIVANE, VSM, ARMOURED CORPS
13. LT GEN KANWAL JEET SINGH, VSM, ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
14. LT GEN RAJEEV TEWARI, ARMOURED CORPS
15. LT GEN GOVIND SINGH CHANDEL, YSM, INFANTRY
16. LT GEN SURESH SHARMA, ENGINEERS
17. LT GEN JAGVINDER SINGH, VSM, REMOUNT AND VETERINARY CORPS
18. MAJ GEN SURINDER SINGH, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
19. MAJ GEN RAMKISHAN SAIWAL, VSM, ARMY ORDINANCE CORPS
20. MAJ GEN PAMPAPATI DODDAPPA HALLUR, VSM, INFANTRY
21. MAJ GEN RAJESH SAHAI, SM, INFANTRY
22. MAJ GEN JAIVEER SINGH NEGI, YSM, VSM**, INFANTRY
23. MAJ GEN DINESH SHARMA, VSM, INFANTRY
24. MAJ GEN CHANDI PRASAD MOHANTY, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
25. MAJ GEN PARAMJIT SINGH, SM, PARACHUTE REGIMENT
26. MAJ GEN ASIT BHAILAL MISTRY, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
27. MAJ GEN ARVIND DUTTA, VSM, INFANTRY
28. MAJ GEN YOGESH KUMAR JOSHI, VrC, SM, INFANTRY
29. MAJ GEN MANOJ C PANDE, VSM, ENGINEERS

SHAURYA CHAKRA
1. COL SANTOSH YASHWANT MAHADIK, SM (POSTHUMOUS), PARACHUTE REGIMENT
2. MAJ PRAPHUL KUMAR BHARDWAJ, 12 PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)
3. MAJ ANURAG KUMAR, 9 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
4. MAJ SANDIP YADAV, ARMOURED CORPS / 55 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
5. LT HARJINDER SINGH, GENERAL SERVICE / 3 KUMAON
6. NK SATISH KUMAR (POSTHUMOUS), GUARDS/ 21 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
7. NK KHEEM SINGH MEHRA, 21 KUMAON
8. SEP DHARMA RAM (POSTHUMOUS), MAHAR/ 1 RASHTRIYA RIFLES

YUDH SEVA MEDAL
1. MAJ GEN AJAY KUMAR DAS, SC, INFANTRY
2. MAJ GEN ANAND SINGH RAWAT, SM, VSM, INFANTRY
3. MAJ GEN NAGESH P RAO, SM, PARACHUTE REGIMENT
4. MAJ GEN RAJ SHUKLA, SM, ARTILLERY
5. BRIG SUDHIR KUMAR JHA, ASSAM REGIMENT
6. BRIG VM BHUVANA KRISHNAN, DOGRA
7. BRIG HARJEET SINGH SAHI, SM, RAJPUT
8. COL PARMVIR SINGH JAMWAL, SC, MECHANISED INFANTRY
9. COL NAVNEET CHAIL, SM, ARMY AVIATION
10. COL RAJMEET SINGH, MAHAR/ 1 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
11. COL GAGANDEEP SINGH, GUARDS/ 21 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
12. COL RANJIT JHA, 21 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
13. COL SUDHIR CHAMOLI, 5/5 GORKHA RIFLES
14. COL BALBIR SINGH, 2 RAJPUT
BAR TO SENA MEDAL (GALLANTRY)

1. MAJ KRISHNA KANT BAJPAI, SM, RAJPUT/ 12 ASSAM RIFLES

SENA MEDAL (GALLANTRY)
1. LT COL RADHAKRISHNAN MURALI, INTELLIGENCE CORPS,
2. LT COL BEJOY RAVEENDRAN, MECHANISED INFANTRY/ 31 ASSAM RIFLES
3. LT COL KARANBIR SINGH NATT, 160 INFANTRY BATTALION TERRITORIAL ARMY
4. MAJ AJAY SINGH RAUTELA, 3/1 GORKHA RIFLES
5. MAJ SANDEEP SINGH PATHANIA, DOGRA/ 40 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
6. MAJ UDAY BHANOT, MAHAR/ 1 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
7. MAJ VAIBHAV VISHESH, 19 DOGRA
8. MAJ AKASH ASHOK TAPADIA, 26 RAJPUT
9. MAJ BIKESH CHAUHAN, SIGNALS/ 3 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
10. MAJ LIENGOUSIEM K GANGTE, 12 ASSAM
11. MAJ N ANANDARAJ, ENGINEERS/ 27 ASSAM RIFLES
12. CAPT MANEET KUMAR PANT, 12 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
13. CAPT VIKRANT PAUL, ASSAM/ 42 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
14. CAPT RAHUL SOLANKI, SIGNALS/ 56 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
15. CAPT MANEESH BORA, 4 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
16. CAPT ASHISH CHHIKARA, 5 RAJPUT
17. CAPT DEEPESH SINGH MEHRA, PARACHUTE REGIMENT/ 21 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
18. CAPT MAYANK SHUKLA, ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, 2 DOGRA
19. CAPT VINEET PHOGAT, GUARDS/ 50 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
20. CAPT ASHUTOSH RANA, 11 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
21. CAPT ASHWANI KUMAR (POSTHUMOUS), ARMY MEDICAL CORPS/ 3 LADAKH SCOUTS
22. SHRI RAJ KUMAR SHARMA, ASSISTANT COMMANDANT, 27 ASSAM RIFLES
23. NB SUB LATE SANJAY MURLIDHAR, MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY/ 56 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
24. HAV BABLI SINGH, 5 RAJPUT
25. HAV DIWAN SINGH, 3 KUMAON
26. HAV DEEPAK THAPA CHHETRI, 4 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
27. HAV SANTHOSH JOSEPH, 4 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
28. L/HAV RHOROTHO KATIRY, ASSAM/ 42 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
29. L/HAV DHARMENDRA KUMAR, 15 MAHAR
30. NK SURENDER PAL, 2 DOGRA
31. NK SATYAPAL SINGH RAWAT, 4 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
32. NK MOHAN GURUNG, PARACHUTE REGIMENT/ 21 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
33. NK RACHPAL SINGH, 12 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
34. NK CH UMAMAHESHWAR RAO, ARTILLERY/ 32 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
35. NK SRI CHITRA SAIKIA (POSTHUMOUS), GUARDS/ 21 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
36. L/NK SANJAY MANKOTIA, 19 DOGRA
37. L/NK AASH KUMAR GURUNG (POSTHUMOUS), 3/1 GORKHA RIFLES
38. L/NK HARMESH SINGH, GUARDS/ 21 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
39. L/NK NARESH SINGH RAJPUT, 16 RAJPUTANA RIFLES
40. SEP ANKUL, 12 JAT
41. SEP HARPREET SINGH (POSTHUMOUS), 8 SIKH
42. SEP MAHENDAR SINGH SHAWANT, KUMAON/ 50 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
43. SEP KHIANGTE LALNUNCHHUANGA, ASSAM/ 35 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
44. SEP JARMAL SINGH, 8 SIKH
45. GNR JAGESHWAR (POSTHUMOUS), ARTILLERY/ 29 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
46. RFN SHSHIR MALL (POSTHUMOUS), GORKHA RIFLES/ 32 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
47. RFN VIJAY KUMAR, 23 ASSAM RIFLES
48. GDMN JAGDISH PRASAD (POSTHUMOUS), GUARDS/ 21 RASHTRIYA RIFLES

BAR TO SENA MEDAL (DISTINGUISHED)

1. BRIG H DHARMARAJAN, SM, ENGINEERS
2. COL ANIRUDH CHAUHAN, SM, 20 RAJPUTANA RIFLES
3. COL AAKASH KHAZANCHI, SM, SIKH/ 46 RASHTRIYA RIFLES BATTALION

SENA MEDAL (DISTINGUISHED)
1. MAJ GEN INDUPURU NARAYANA, VSM, ARTILLERY
2. MAJ GEN KAPIL KUMAR AGGRAWAL, VSM, ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
3. MAJ GEN AJAY OHRI, INFANTRY
4. MAJ GEN JAI SINGH NAIN, INFANTRY
5. MAJ GEN RAKESH KUMAR ANAND, VSM, SIGNALS
6. MAJ GEN RAJINDER KUMAR, VSM, JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL DEPARTMENT
7. BRIG KRISHNA KUMAR MAHADEVAN IYER, ARMY AIR DEFENCE
8. BRIG SHANTANU DAYAL, VSM, GARHWAL RIFLES
9. BRIG BISHWAJEET GHOSH, VSM, ENGINEERS
10. BRIG TUMUL VARMA, VSM, ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
11. BRIG JAI SINGH, GRENADIERS
12. BRIG VIRESH PRATAP SINGH KAUSHIK, KUMAON
13. BRIG RASHIM BALI, VSM, SIKH LIGHT INFANTRY
14. BRIG ANIL SINGH, ENGINEERS
15. BRIG ANIL KUMAR, REMOUNT AND VETERINARY CORPS
16. COL DHARAMVEER SINGH SUHAG, VSM, GORKHA RIFLES
17. COL INDERJIT SINGH PANJRATH, ARMY AIR DEFENCE
18. COL VINOD BAJIYA, RAJPUT
19. COL JITENDRA BENIWAL, SIKH LIGHT INFANTRY
20. COL A SRIDHAR, ARTILLERY
21. COL APINDER PAL SINGH, SIGNALS
22. COL DIGVIJAY SINGH, SIKH
23. COL KANWAR JITENDRA SINGH, ARMY SERVICE CORPS
24. COL GAURAV JAIN, ARTILLERY
25. COL RAGHUDEEP MINHAS, 269 ENGINEER REGIMENT
26. COL SONENDER SINGH, 117 ENGINEER REGIMENT
27. COL TEJVIR SINGH, PUNJAB
28. COL VIKRAMJEET SINGH VIRK, 15 MAHAR
29. COL ASHOK KUMAR THAKUR, RAJPUTANA RIFLES/ 18 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
30. COL AJAY LONDHE, 54 ENGINEER REGIMENT
31. COL GOVINDAN PRAVEEN, 14 GARHWAL RIFLES
32. COL YOGESH KUMAR BISHT, PUNJAB/ 22 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
33. COL SS KAMATNURKAR, ASSAM REGIMENT/ 1 ARUNACHAL SCOUTS
34. COL DALWINDER SINGH ATWAL, 18 ENGINEER REGIMENT
35. COL GIRIDHAR DHONDIRAM KOLE, GARHWAL RIFLES/ 14 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
36. COL VIJAY SUDHAKAR BHAVE, 13 PUNJAB
37. LT COL SANJEEV KUMAR, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL
1. LT GEN GURMUKH SINGH, SM, VSM, ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
2. MAJ GEN SUNIL SRIVASTAVA, VSM, ARTILLERY
3. MAJ GEN MICHAEL MATHEWS, VSM, ENGINEERS
4. MAJ GEN DEEPAK KALRA, VSM, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
5. MAJ GEN PRAVEEN DIXIT, VSM, ARMOURED CORPS


VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL
1. LT GEN SATISH PRABHAKAR NAWATHE, ENGINEERS
2. LT GEN PRADEEP SINGH MEHTA, ARMOURED CORPS
3. LT GEN RAVINDRAN R, INFANTRY
4. LT GEN TK BANDYOPADHYAY, ARMY DENTAL CORPS
5. MAJ GEN MADINANI RAMESH BABU,SM** (RETIRED), INFANTRY
6. MAJ GEN BHUPESH KUMAR JAIN, INFANTRY
7. MAJ GEN AJAY ANAND, SM, ENGINEERS
8. MAJ GEN AJAY KUMAR PANT, ARMOURED CORPS
9. MAJ GEN VIVEK SEHGAL, INFANTRY
10. MAJ GEN VINOD KUMAR, ARMY AIR DEFENCE
11. MAJ GEN NARINDER PAL SINGH, ARMOURED CORPS
12. MAJ GEN PHOOL KANWAR SIWACH, MECHANISED INFANTRY
13. MAJ GEN ANIL PRAHLAD BAM, ARTILLERY
14. MAJ GEN MANOJ ARUN OKA, INFANTRY
15. MAJ GEN RAHUL BHARDWAJ, GUARDS
16. MAJ GEN KRISHNA ESWARAN, ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
17. MAJ GEN PS RAJESHWAR, ARTILLERY
18. MAJ GEN SUDARSHAN SHRIKAT HASABNIS, ENGINEERS
19. MAJ GEN EMANUEL FERNANDES CHRISTOPHER, SM, INFANTRY
20. MAJ GEN JAISHANKAR G, INFANTRY
21. MAJ GEN RAJIV EDWARDS, ARMOURED CORPS
22. MAJ GEN HEMANT JONEJA, INFANTRY
23. MAJ GEN VIJAY SINGH, SM, INFANTRY
24. MAJ GEN ASHISH RANJAN PRASAD, SIGNALS
25. MAJ GEN TARANJIT SINGH, ARMOURED CORPS
26. MAJ GEN PARAMJIT SINGH SANDHU, MECHANISED INFANTRY
27. MAJ GEN JAGATBIR SINGH, ARMOURED CORPS
28. MAJ GEN ARUN KUMAR SAPRA, ENGINEERS
29. MAJ GEN RAMACHANDRA NAGRAJ, SIGNALS
30. MAJ GEN BASANT KUMAR REPSWAL, ARMY SERVICE CORPS
31. MAJ GEN PS NARWAL, REMOUNT & VETERINARY CORPS
32. MAJ GEN RAKHI SINGH, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
33. MAJ GEN SUSHILA SHAHI, MILITARY NURSING SERVICE
34. BRIG YOGENDRA DIMRI, ENGINEERS
35. BRIG SURINDER KUMAR PRASHAR, GUARDS
36. BRIG NAV KUMAR KHANDURI, ARMY AIR DEFENCE
37. BRIG HARSHA GUPTA, SIKH LIGHT INFANTRY
38. BRIG CODANDA POOVAIAH CARIAPPA, SM, RAJPUTANA RIFLES
39. BRIG AJAY PAL, ARTILLERY
40. BRIG PRITPAL SINGH BHATIA, ARMY AIR DEFENCE
41. BRIG N RAJKUMAR, SM, BIHAR
42. BRIG RAJINDER DEWAN, SIKH
43. BRIG SANDEEP BHARGAVA, ARTILLERY
44. BRIG MONISH DATTA, JAMMU AND KASHMIR RIFLES
45. BRIG VIJAY SINGH RAWAT, KUMAON
46. BRIG ANMOL SOOD, RAJPUTANA RIFLES
47. BRIG AMARDEEP SINGH AUJLA, RAJPUTANA RIFLES
48. BRIG RAJESH PUSHKAR, ARMOURED CORPS
49. BRIG RANJIT SINGH GHUMMAN, MADRAS
50. BRIG PRAVEEN KUMAR AIRY, GRENADIERS
51. BRIG HARINDER SINGH, SM,YSM, MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY
52. BRIG RAJIV MOHAN GUPTA, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
53. BRIG CHARANJEET SINGH AHLUWALIA, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
54. BRIG VELAMAKANNI SATYANARAYANA GURUNDH, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
55. BRIG RASHMI DATTA, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
56. BRIG VINEET SHARMA, ARMY DENTAL CORPS
57. COL JASBIR SINGH KANWAR, ASSAM REGIMENT
58. COL AJAI SHARMA, 157 INFANTRY BATTALION TERRITORIAL ARMY
59. COL NAWAL KISHORE OHRI, JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL DEPARTMENT
60. COL UDAY KUMAR YADAV, SC, SM, MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY
61. COL NAVEEN SINGH, VrC, JAMMU AND KASHMIR RIFLES
62. COL PRAVEEN BHAL, SIKH/ 6 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
63. COL PANKAJ KAUSHAL, ARMY AVIATION
64. COL PRASHANT NAIR, SM, MADRAS/ 1 ASSAM RIFLES
65. COL RAJESHWAR SINGH BAZAD, SM**, RAJPUT
66. COL SANJAY KANNOTH, 2/8 GORKHA RIFLES
67. COL VINEET AGRAWAL, 20 ENGINEER REGIMENT
68. COL PRITHVIRAJ SINGH RAWAT, 3/4 GORKHA RIFLES
69. COL VIKRAM SUDHIR THAKUR, 3 GRENADIERS
70. COL SUBIR SONDHI, 3 GARHWAL RIFLES
71. COL SUVEER BHARGAVA, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 92 BASE HOSPITAL

MENTION-IN-DESPATCHES

1. MAJ BINIT KUMAR, 28 PUNJAB
2. LT RAJESH KUMAR, 20 RAJPUTANA RIFLES
3. SEP GURPREET SINGH, 19 SIKH
4. MAJ KOBITIRTHA SANYAL, MAHAR/ 1 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
5. MAJ PRASANTH R PILLAI, 18 JAT
6. CAPT ABHISHEK REPSWAL, 66 ENGINEER REGIMENT
7. NK RAJENDRA SINGH, KUMAON/ 50 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
8. NK JAVID AHMAD CHOPAN, 9 PARA (SPECIAL FORCES)
9. L/NK NIRMAL DARLAMI, 3/1 GORKHA RIFLES
10. SPR PETCHIMUTHU S, ENGINEERS/ 1 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
11. RFN NASEER AHMED KHAN, JAMMU AND KASHMIR LIGHT INFANTRY
12. GNR RAVI KUMAR PATEL, ARTILLERY/ 56 RASHTRIYA RIFLES
13. CAPT PRADIP SHUKLA, 11 GARHWAL RIFLES
14. NK GOPENDRA SINGH, 2 RAJPUT

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Aditya G » 25 Jan 2016 18:42

The complete list

http://pib.nic.in/newsite/pmreleases.aspx?mincode=33

he President has approved awards of 365 Gallantry and other Defence decorations to Armed Forces personnel and others on the eve of the 67th Republic Day Celebrations. This includes one Ashoka Chakra, four Kirti Chakras, 11 Shaurya Chakras, one Bar to Sena Medal (Gallantry), 48 Sena Medal (Gallantry), 04 Nao Sena Medal (Gallantry), two Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry), 29 Param Vishisht Seva Medal, 05 Uttam Yudh Seva Medal, 04 Bar to Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, 49 Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, 20 Yudh Seva Medal, three Bar to Sena Medal (Devotion to Duty), 37 Sena Medal (Devotion to Duty), eight Nao Sena Medal (Devotion to Duty), 16 Vayu Sena Medal (Devotion to Duty), 05 Bar to Vishisht Seva Medal and 118 Vishisht Seva Medal.

The nation’s highest peacetime gallantry award Ashoka Chakra has been awarded posthumously to 13625566W Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami of 9 Para (Special Forces)/6th Battalion of the Rashtriya Rifles for his acts of most conspicuous gallantry.

On the intervening night of 02/03 September 2015 Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami was part of an ambush in Haphruda forest at Kupwara district of Jammu & Kashmir. At about 2015hrs, there was a fierce encounter with four terrorists wherein two of his comrades were injured and pinned down. Lance Naik Mohan along with his buddy dashed forward to rescue their injured colleagues, knowing well the risks to their own lives. He first assisted in eliminating one terrorist. Sensing grave danger to three of his wounded colleagues, Lance Naik Mohan with utter disregard to his own personal safety, charged at the remaining terrorists drawing intense fire from them. He was hit in the thigh. Unmindful, he closed in and eliminated one terrorist, injured another and was again shot in the abdomen. Undeterred by his injuries, he hurled himself on the last terrorist and killed him at point blank range before succumbing to his wounds. Lance Naik Mohan not only killed two terrorists, but also assisted in neutralizing the other two and save the lives of three of his wounded colleagues.

Thus, Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami exhibited most conspicuous gallantry in personally eliminating two terrorists and assisting in evacuation of his wounded colleagues and made supreme sacrifice in the highest traditions of the Indian Army.

The full list of the recipients of gallantry and other Defence decorations to Armed Forces personnel and others is as follows:
SL. NO.
RANK & NAME
SERVICE


ASHOKA CHAKRA



1.
13625566W L/NK MOHAN NATH GOSWAMI,
9 PARA (SF) (POSTHUMOUS)
ARMY



KIRTI CHAKRA



1.
JC-413444W SUB MAHENDRA SINGH,
SM, 9 PARA (SF)
ARMY


2.
3986807H SEP JAGDISH CHAND,
DEFENCE SERVICE CORPS PLATOON(POSTHUMOUS)



3.
SHRI RAJESH ATRA,
HEAD CONSTABLE
MHA


4.
LATE SHRI GAUTAM KOCH,
ARMED BRANCH CONSTABLE (POSTHUMOUS)




SHAURYA CHAKRA


1.
IC-58160L COLONEL SANTOSH YASHWANT MAHADIK,
SENA MEDAL, THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)/41ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES (POSTHUMOUS)
ARMY


2.
IC-70237P MAJ PRAPHUL KUMAR BHARDWAJ,
12 PARA (SF)



3.
IC-71155Y MAJ ANURAG KUMAR,
9 PARA (SF)



4.
IC-71516M MAJ SANDIP YADAV,
ARMD, 55 RR



5.
SL-05351Y LT HARJINDER SINGH,
GEN SER, 3 KUMAON



6.
4190712P NK KHEEM SINGH MEHRA,
21 KUMAON



7.
4577583P SEP DHARMA RAM, MAHAR,
1 RR (POSTHUMOUS)



8.
15614460W NAIK SATISH KUMAR,
BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS/ 21ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES (POSTHUMOUS)
ARMY


9.
LATE CONSTABLE SHRI ROCKY (POSTHUMOUS)
MHA


10.
SHRI RAKESH KUMAR SHARMA



11.
SHRI BIKRAMJEET
PRIVATE EMPLOYEE, PESTICIDE FACTORY UPL




PARAM VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL



1.
IC-31633D LIEUTENANT GENERAL ARUN KUMAR SAHNI, UTTAM YUDH SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY
ARMY


2.
IC-31663M LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAKESH NANDAN,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL / ARMY AIR DEFENCE



3.
IC-34003 LIEUTENANT GENERAL MAN MOHAN SINGH RAI,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / CORPS OF ENGINEERS



4.
IC-34014M LIEUTENANT GENERAL AMIT SHARMA,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / ARMOURED CORPS



5.
IC-34019l LIEUTENANT GENERAL DEEPENDRA SINGH HOODA, UTTAM YUDH SEVA MEDAL, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL INFANTRY / HEADQUARTER NORTHERN COMMAND



6.
IC-34098l LIEUTENANT GENERAL HARMINDERJIT SINGH SACHDEV, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL / INFANTRY



7.
IC-34350A LIEUTENANT GENERAL KAMAL JIT SINGH,
BAR TO ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / ARMOURED CORPS



8.
IC-34356A LIEUTENANT GENERAL NAVKIRAN SINGH GHEI,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL/ INFANTRY



9.
IC-34385P LIEUTENANT GENERAL ANIL KUMAR AHUJA,
UTTAM YUDH SEVA MEDAL, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL, BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



10.
IC-34392L LIEUTENANT GENERAL GURMIT SINGH
UTTAM YUDH SEVA MEDAL, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL INFANTRY



11.
IC-34396F LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAVINDRAN NARAYAN NAIR, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL / INFANTRY



12.
IC-34402K LIEUTENANT GENERAL GHANSHYAM SINGH KATOCH, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



13.
IC-34454A LIEUTENANT GENERAL GURDEEP SINGH,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY



14.
IC-34775X LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAVINDRA VASANTRAO THODGE, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL INFANTRY / MASTER GENERAL OF ORDNANCE



15.
IC-34890 LIEUTENANT GENERAL SRINIVASAN LAXHMI NARSIMHAN, BAR TO ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



16.
IC-35036X LIEUTENANT GENERAL NITIN KUMAR KOHLI,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / CORPS OF SIGNALS



17.
IC-35040A LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAKESH MOHAN MITTAL, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS / DIRECTOR GENERAL OF BORDER ROADS



18.
IC-35226K LIEUTENANT GENERAL KOCHERLAKOTA GOPALA KRISHNA, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



19.
IC-37022W LIEUTENANT GENERAL KULKARNI SANJAY,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SHAURYA CHAKRA, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



20.
MR -04133N LIEUTENANT GENERAL BHUSHAN KUMAR CHOPRA, AVSM, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS



21.
VICE ADMIRAL PARASURAMA NAIDU MURUGESAN,
AVSM, VSM (01958-Z)
NAVY


22.
VICE ADMIRAL SAROJ KUMAR JHA (01866-R)



23.
VICE ADMIRAL AV SUBHEDAR, AVSM, VSM (40735-B)



24.
AIR MARSHAL JAGJEET SINGH, VSM, ADC (14814)
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)
AIR FORCE


25.
AIR MARSHAL HERIKUDRU BABU RAJARAM, AVSM, VSM (14939), ADMINISTRATION / AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (RETIRED)



26.
AIR MARSHAL POCHANA PRASAD REDDY, VM, ADC (15008) FLYING (PILOT)



27.
AIR MARSHAL KULWANT SINGH GILL, AVSM, YSM, VM, ADC (15220) FLYING (PILOT)



28.
AIR MARSHAL BIRENDER SINGH DHANOA, AVSM, YSM, VM, ADC (15405) FLYING (PILOT)



29.
AIR MARSHAL SHIRISH BABAN DEO, AVSM, VM, VSM (15681) FLYING (PILOT)




UTTAM YUDH SEVA MEDAL


1.
IC-35206W LIEUTENANT GENERAL KONSAM HIMALAY SINGH, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, YUDH SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY, HEADQUARTERS 16 CORPS
ARMY


2.
IC-35471M LIEUTENANT GENERAL BIPIN RAWAT,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, YUDH SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRYHEADQUARTERS 3 CORPS



3.
IC-35479Y LIEUTENANT GENERAL BALWANT SINGH NEGI, YUDH SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL, BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY HEADQUARTER 14 CORPS



4.

IC-35494N LIEUTENANT GENERAL SUBRATA SAHA,
YUDH SEVA MEDAL, BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY, HEADQUARTERS 15 CORPS



5.
IC-35904Y LIEUTENANT GENERAL SARATH CHAND,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY / HEADQUARTERS 4 CORPS




BAR TO ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL


1.
IC-35173W LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAYMOND JOSEPH NORONHA, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL / INFANTRY
ARMY


2.
IC-35650M LIEUTENANT GENERAL BOBBY CHERIAN MATHEWS, ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



3.
IC-35919F LIEUTENANT GENERAL AMARJEET SINGH,
ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, SENA MEDAL / INFANTRY



4.
AIR MARSHAL KARATH PADMADASS NAIR,
AVSM (15195) FLYING (PILOT)
AIR FORCE



ATI VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL


1.
IC-31634X LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAVINDRA SINGH PANWAR, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / CORPS OF SIGNALS
ARMY


2.
IC-34028M LIEUTENANT GENERAL ANIRUDDHA CHAKRAVARTY, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY



3.
IC-34148L LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAJENDRA PRASAD RAI, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / ARMY SERVICE CORPS



4.
IC-34708M LIEUTENANT GENERAL GOPAL SINGH BISHT, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / CORPS OF SIGNALS



5.
IC-34765 LIEUTENANT GENERAL IQBAL SINGH SINGHA, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY



6.
IC-34838P LIEUTENANT GENERAL JOHN J GEORGE, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



7.
IC-34901Y LIEUTENANT GENERAL PALEPU RAVI SHANKAR, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



8.
IC-34954X LIEUTENANT GENERAL AMIT SARIN,
SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS



9.
IC-35109A LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAJEEV VASANT KANITKAR, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / ARMOURED CORPS



10.
IC-35115M LIEUTENANT GENERAL JAGBIR SINGH,
SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL/ MECHANIZED INFANTRY



11.
IC-35137L LIEUTENANT GENERAL PATTIARIMAL MOHAMADALI HARIZ, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL/ MECHANIZED INFANTRY



12.
IC-35602M LIEUTENANT GENERAL ASHOK BHIM SHIVANE, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, ARMOURED CORPS



13.
IC-35796A LIEUTENANT GENERAL KANWALJEET SINGH, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, CORPS OF ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ARMY


14.
IC-35915L LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAJEEV TEWARI,INFANTRY



15.
IC-37247Y LIEUTENANT GENERAL GOVIND SINGH CHANDEL, YUDH SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY



16.
IC-39818 LIEUTENANT GENERAL SURESH SHARMA,
CORPS OF ENGINEERS



17.
V-00347M LIEUTENANT GENERAL JAGVINDER SINGH, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, REMOUNT VETERINARY CORPS



18.
IC-35480N MAJOR GENERAL SURINDER SINGH, SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY



19.
IC-38747H MAJOR GENERAL RAMKISHAN SAIWAL,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS



20.
IC-38487H MAJOR GENERAL PAMPAPATI DODDAPPA HALLUR, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



21.
IC-39342K MAJOR GENERAL RAJESH SAHAI,
SENA MEDAL, INFANTRY



22.
IC-39522M MAJOR GENERAL JAIVEER SINGH NEGI,
YUDH SEVA MEDAL, BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



23.
IC-39656L MAJOR GENERAL DINESH SHARMA,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY



24.
IC-40314K MAJOR GENERAL CHANDI PRASAD MOHANTY,
SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



25.
IC-40353H MAJOR GENERAL PARAMJIT SINGH,
SENA MEDAL, INFANTRY



26.
IC- 40360Y MAJOR GENERAL ASIT BHAILAL MISTRY,
SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY



27.
IC-40382X MAJOR GENERAL ARVIND DUTTA, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, INFANTRY



28.
IC-40500A MAJOR GENERAL YOGESH KUMAR JOSHI,
VIR CHAKRA, SENA MEDAL, INFANTRY



29.
IC-40716F MAJOR GENERAL MANOJ PANDE,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, CORPS OF ENGINEER



30.
VICE ADMIRAL SRIKANT (02297-W)
NAVY


31.
VICE ADMIRAL R HARI KUMAR, VSM (02540-Y)



32.
VICE ADMIRAL MURLIDHAR SADASHIVPAWAR, VSM (02483-T)



33.
VICE ADMIRAL AJENDRA BAHADUR SINGH, VSM (02619-A)



34.
REAR ADMIRAL KISHAN KUMAR PANDEY, VSM (02329-T)



35.
REAR ADMIRAL SRI PRAKASH LAL, VSM (40973-W)



36.
REAR ADMIRAL RAJASEKHARA SARMA SISHTLA, VSM (50832-A)



37.
AIR MARSHAL ANIL KHOSLA, VM (15871) FLYING (PILOT)
AIR FORCE


38.
AIR MARSHAL CHANDRASHEKHARAN HARI KUMAR, VM, VSM (15881) FLYING (PILOT)



39.
AIR VICE MARSHAL PRAVEEN KUMAR, VSM (15970)
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)



40.
AIR VICE MARSHAL ARCHAN KUMAR BHATTACHARYA, VSM (16322) AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)



41.
AIR VICE MARSHAL JITENDRA KUMAR SINGH, VSM (16545), AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)



42.
AIR VICE MARSHAL RAJEEV SACHDEVA (16582) FLYING (PILOT)



43.
AIR VICE MARSHAL SHAIK MAHABOOB SUBHANI (16865) ACCOUNTS



44.
AIR COMMODORE SUNIL PADEGAONKAR, VSM (17279), AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER (MECHANICAL)



45.
AIR COMMODORE MANISH KHANNA, VM (18554) FLYING (PILOT)



46.
AIR COMMODORE SUNIL KASHINATH VIDHATE, VM (18825) FLYING (PILOT)



47.
AIR COMMODORE HARPREET SINGH BASRA, VM (19174) FLYING (PILOT)



48.
AIR COMMODORE TEJINDER SINGH SAREEN, VM (17138) FLYING (PILOT)



49.
AIR COMMODORE KALLAPPA HOLLANNAVAR SURESH,
VSM (18124) FLYING (PILOT)




YUDH SEVA MEDAL


86
1.
IC-39491X MAJOR GENERAL AJAY KUMAR DAS,
SHAURYA CHAKRA, INFANTRY / HEADQUARTERS 31 SUB AREA
ARMY


2.
IC-40366A MAJOR GENERAL ANAND SINGH RAWAT,
SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / INFANTRY / COUNTER INSURGENCY FORCE (DELTA)



3.
IC-40680N MAJOR GENERAL PANDALA NAGESH RAO,
SENA MEDAL INFANTRY



4.
IC-40685M MAJOR GENERAL RAJ SHUKLA,
SENA MEDAL, ARTY (GC)



5.
IC-44573K BRIGADIER SUDHIR KUMAR JHA
THE ASSAM REGIMENT / HQ 22ND SECTOR ASSAM RIFLES



6.
IC-47566Y BRIGADIER VM BHUVANA KRISHNAN
THE DOGRA REGIMENT / HEADQUARTERS 102 INFANTRY BRIGADE



7.
IC-48389W BRIGADIER SAHI HARJEET SINGH,
SENA MEDAL, THE RAJPUT REGIMENT / 120 INFANTRY BRIGADE



8.
IC-54541P COLONEL PARAMVIR SINGH JAMWAL,
SHAURYA CHAKRA, THE MECHANISED INFANTRY /9TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



9.
IC-56645P COLONEL NAVNEET CHAIL,
SENA MEDAL, ARMY AVIATION CORPS / 204 ARMY AVIATION SQUADRON (UTILITY HELICOPTER)



10.
IC-57959H COLONEL RAJMEET SINGH,
THE MAHAR REGIMENT / 1ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



11.
IC-58166M COLONEL GAGANDEEP SINGH,
BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS / 21ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



12.
IC-58215K COLONEL RANJIT JHA,
21ST BATTALION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)



13.
IC-59183Y COLONEL SUDHIR CHAMOLI, THE GORKHA RIFLES (FRONTIER FORCE) / 104 INFANTRY BRIGADE



14.
IC-59265F COLONEL BALBIR SINGH,
THE RAJPUT REGIMENT / 11 MOUNTAIN BRIGADE



15.
REAR ADMIRAL BISWAJIT DASGUPTA, VSM (02782-Y)
NAVY


16.
CAPTAIN ALOK ANANDA, (04049-A)



17.
INDER SINGH OJHA, MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER II RC 1, 161550-K



18.
SATYA RANJAN MANDAL,
MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER ASW I (S), 174964-Y



19.
KESHAR SINGH CHAUDHARY,
PETTY OFFICER RC I, 139289 –T



20.
WING COMMANDER BHUPENDER SINGH SEHRAWAT,
VM (24203) FLYING (PILOT)
AIR FORCE



BAR TO VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL


1.
IC-38183L LIEUTENANAT GENERAL GURMUKH SINGH,
SENA MEDAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL / CORPS OF ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ARMY


2.
IC-39868W MAJOR GENERAL SUNIL SRIVASTAVA,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY / HEADQUARTERS 56 INFANTRY DIVISION



3.
IC-39865H MAJOR GENERAL MATHEWS MICHAEL,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS



4.
IC-03989M MAJOR GENERAL DEEPAK KALRA,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS



5.
IC-39076W MAJOR GENERAL PRAVEEN DIXIT,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, ARMOURED CORPS




VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL


1.
IC-35118 LIEUTENANT GENERAL NAWATHE SATISH PRABHAKAR, CORPS OF ENGINEERS
ARMY


2.
IC-37316K LIEUTENANT GENERAL PRADEEP SINGH MEHTA, ARMOURED CORPS



3.
IC-37398X LIEUTENANT GENERAL RAJAN RAVINDRAN,INFANTRY



4.
DR-10358M LIEUTENANT GENERAL TAPAS KUMAR BANDYOPADHYAY, ARMY DENTAL CORPS



5.
IC-35449M MAJOR GENERAL MADINENI RAMESH BABU,
BAR TO SENA MEDAL, INFANTRY



6.
IC-35563Y MAJOR GENERAL BHUPESH KUMAR JAIN INFANTRY



7.
IC-35908P MAJOR GENERAL AJAY ANAND, SENA MEDAL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS



8.
IC-38097A MAJOR GENERAL AJAY KUMAR PANT, ARMOURED CORPS



9.
IC-38408H MAJOR GENERAL VIVEK SEHGAL, INFANTRY



10.
IC-38686W MAJOR GENERAL VINOD KUMAR
ARMY AIR DEFENCE / HEADQUARTERS 41 SUB AREA



11.
IC-38696A MAJOR GENERAL NARINDER PAL SINGH ARMOURED CORPS / HQ 2 CORPS



12.
IC-38752N MAJOR GENERAL PHOOL KUMAR SIWACH, THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY



13.
IC-38928N MAJOR GENERAL ANIL PRAHLAD BAM,
SENA MEDAL, REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



14.
IC-39101K MAJOR GENERAL MANOJ ARUN OKA / INFANTRY



15.
IC-39135X MAJOR GENERAL RAHUL BHARDWAJ MECHANIZED INFANTRY



16.
IC-39371Y MAJOR GENERAL KRISHNA ESWARAN
CORPS OF ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS



17.
IC-39380A MAJOR GENERAL PODALI SHANKAR RAJESHWAR, REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



18.
IC-39445H MAJOR GENERAL HASABNIS SS, ENGINEERS (GC)



19.
IC-39500N MAJOR GENERAL CHRISTOPHER EMANUEL FERNANDES, SENA MEDAL, INFANTRY



20.
IC-39598MMAJOR GENERAL GOPALA KRISHNAN JAISHANKAR, INFANTRY



21.
IC-39643N MAJOR GENERAL RAJIV EDWARDS, ARMOURED CORPS



22.
IC-39655H MAJOR GENERAL HEMANT JONEJA, INFANTRY



23.
IC-39675W MAJOR GENERAL VIJAY SINGH, SENA MEDAL, INFANTRY



24.
IC-39846X MAJOR GENERAL ASHISH RANJAN PRASAD, CORPS OF SIGNALS



25.
IC-39874K MAJOR GENERAL TARANJIT SINGH,ARMOURED CORPS



26.
IC-39909P MAJOR GENERAL PS SANDHU,MECHANIZED INFANTRY



27.
IC-39940 MAJOR GENERAL JAGATBIR SINGH, THE ARMOURED CORPS



28.
IC-40295K MAJOR GENERAL KUMAR SAPRA,CORPS OF ENGINEERS



29.
IC-40873N MAJOR GENERAL RAMACHANDRA NAGRAJ,
CORPS OF SIGNALS / HEADQUARTERS 17 CORPS



30.
IC-42273K MAJOR GENERAL BASANT KUMAR REPSWAL,
ARMY SERVICE CORPS



31.
V-00358Y MAJOR GENERAL PRATAP SINGH NARWAL, REMOUNT VETERINARY CORPS
ARMY


32.
MR-05622L MAJOR GENERAL RAKHI SINGH,
ARMY MEDICAL CORPS



33.
NR- 16382Y MAJOR GENERAL SUSHILA SHAHI,
MILITARY NURSING SERVICES



34.
IC 41461Y BRIG YOGENDRA DIMRI,CORPS OF ENGINEERS



35.
IC-41471HBRIGADIER SURENDAR KUMAR PRASHAR,
BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS



36.
IC-41495M BRIGADIER NAV K KHANDURI,
ARMY AIR DEFENCE



37.
IC-41521H BRIG HARSHA GUPTA, YUDH SEVA MEDAL,
THE SIKH LIGHT INFANTRY



38.
IC-41858L BRIG CODANDA POOVAIAH CARIAPPA,
SENA MEDAL, THE RAJPUTANA RIFLES



39.
IC-42356P BRIGADIER AJAY PALREGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



40.
IC-42603X BRIGADIER PRITPAL SINGH BHATIAARMY AIR DEFENCE / HEADQUARTER 33 CORPS



41.
IC-43307A BRIGADIER N RAJKUMAR, SENA MEDALTHE BIHAR REGIMENT



42.
IC-43877P BRIGADIER RAJINDER DEWANTHE SIKH REGIMENT / HEADQUARTERS EASTERN COMMAND



43.
IC-44808L BRIGADIER SANDEEP BHARGAVA
REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY / HEADQUARTERS 2 MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY BRIGADE



44.
IC-45555N BRIGADIER MONISH DATTA



45.
IC-45909L BRIGADIER VIJAY SINGH RAWAT
THE KUMAON REGIMENT / 81 MOUNTAIN BRIGADE



46.
IC-47121M BRIGADIER ANMOL SOOD
RAJPUTANA RIFLES / 1 SECTOR RASHTRIYA RIFLES



47.
IC-47261Y BRIGADIER AMARDEEP SINGH AUJLA
THE RAJPUTANA RIFLES / HEADQUARTERS 268 INFANTRY BRIGADE



48.
IC-48046A BRIGADIER RAJESH PUSHKAR
ARMOURED CORPS / HEADQUARTERS 14 (INDEPENDENT) ARMOURED BRIGADE



49.
IC-48096L BRIGADIER RANJIT SINGH THE MADRAS REGIMENT



50.
IC-48118Y BRIGADIER PRAVEEN KUMAR AIRY
THE GRENADIERS / HEADQUARTERS 17 INFANTRY BRIGADE



51.
IC-41528M BRIG HARINDER SINGH, SENA MEDAL, YUDH SEVA MEDAL, THE MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY



52.
MR-04899XBRIGADIERRAJIV MOHAN GUPTA, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS



53.
MR-04969L BRIGADIER CHARANJEET SINGH AHLUWALIA, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS / HEADQUARTERS 3 CORPS



54.
MR-06435Y BRIGADIER VELAMAKANN SATYANARAYANA GURUNADH, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS



55.
MR-05966K BRIG RASHMI DATTA, ARMY MEDICAL CORPS



56.
DR-10426P BRIGADIER VINEET SHARMAARMY DENTAL CORPS



57.
IC-44693H COLONEL JASBIR SINGH KANWAR
THE ASSAM REGIMENT



58.
IC-46453K COLONEL AJAI SHARMA
THE SIKH REGIMENT / 157 INFANTRY BATTALION (TA) (H&H)SIKH



59.
IC-46474A COLONEL NAWAL KISHORE OHRI
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT



60.
IC-46705L COLONEL UDAY KUMAR YADAV, SHAURYA CHAKRA, SENA MEDAL, THE MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY



61.
IC-50881A COLONEL NAVEEN SINGH, VIR CHAKRA, THE JAMMU AND KASHMIR RIFLES



62.
IC-53945L COLONEL PRAVEEN BHALTHE SIKH REGIMENT



63.
IC-54027LCOLONEL PANKAJ KAUSHALREGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



64.
IC-55944F COLONEL PRASHANT NAIR, SENA MEDAL
THE MADRAS REGIMENT



65.
IC-56055W COLONEL RAJESHWAR SINGH BAZAD, SENA MEDAL** THE RAJPUT REGIMENT



66.
IC-57360P COLONEL SANJAY KANNOTH
THE GORKHA RIFLES / HQ 2 MOUNTAIN DIVISION



67.
IC-57427H COLONEL VINEET AGRAWALCORPS OF ENGINEERS



68.
IC-58224L COLONEL PRITHVIRAJ SINGH RAWAT THE GORKHA RIFLES



69.
IC-58364X COLONEL VIKRAM SUDHIR THAKURTHE GRENADIERS



70.
IC-58464H COLONEL SUBIR SONDHITHE GARHWAL RIFLES / HEADQUARTERS 25 INFANTRY DIVISION



71.
MR-06311K COLONEL SUVEER BHARGAVA
ARMY MEDICAL CORPS / 92 BASE HOSPITAL



72.
REAR ADMIRAL AMIT BOSE (50931-A)
NAVY


73.
COMMODORE HARINDER PAL SINGH (40989-F)



74.
COMMODORE PARIYARATH SURESH (02554-B)



75.
COMMODORE RAJESH PENDHARKAR (03130-N)



76.
COMMODORE JYOTIN RAINA (03556-F)



77.
COMMODORE RAKESH KUMAR DAHIYA (03179-Z)



78.
COMMODORE RAVI MALHOTRA (03056-W)



79.
SURGEON CAPTAIN VIVEK HANDE (75568-W)



80.
CAPTAIN PANDA PRACHET SURENDRA PRASAD (03804-W)



81.
CAPTAIN(TS) RAVI BHUSHAN SRIVASTAVA (02900-R)



82.
CAPTAIN (TS) DALIP KUMAR SHARMA (03209T)



83.
COMMANDER VINOD PAL SINGH RAWAT (03617-W)



84.
CAPTAIN KORAK DE (51481-A)



85.
COMMANDER SANJEEV SAHNI (04640-W)



86.
SURGEON COMMANDER TELKATWAR MOHAN RAMRAO (75746-Z)



87.
HANUMAN DUBEY, MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER I ASWI(WEAPONS), 149943-F



88.
AIR COMMODORE MOTHLAMPET SABARI GIREESA MENON (17035), ADMINISTRATION / AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER
AIR FORCE


89.
AIR COMMODORE PRANAY KUMAR HRIDAYESH SINHA (17118), AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)



90.
AIR COMMODORE ANNADA KANTA MISRA (17201) ADMINISTRATION / AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER



91.
AIR COMMODORE SANJAY KUMAR (17637) AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER (ELECTRONICS)



92.
AIR COMMODORE SHASHIKER CHOUDHARY (17645) AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)



93.
AIR COMMODORE NARINDER TANEJA (18187) MEDICAL



94.
AIR COMMODORE RANJAN KUMAR CHOUDHURY (18384) MEDICAL



95.
GROUP CAPTAIN SANJAY SHUKLA (17379) ADMINISTRATION



96.
GROUP CAPTAIN KRISHNASWAMY ANANTHARAMAN (17882) ADMINISTRATION



97.
GROUP CAPTAIN SUNIL MEDIRATTA (18893) ADMINISTRATION / FIGHTER CONTROLLER



98.
GROUP CAPTAIN AJAY KUMAR PAN (19377) LOGISTICS



99.
GROUP CAPTAIN SIVARAMAN SREEKANTH (19479) ADMINISTRATION / AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER



100.
GROUP CAPTAIN LANKA VENKATA SAI RAMESH (19626 ), AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)



101.
GROUP CAPTAIN SANJIV GHURATIA (19648) AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)



102.
GROUP CAPTAIN HILAL AHMAD RATHER, VM (19863)
FLYING (PILOT)



103.
GROUP CAPTAIN R RAVISHANKAR (20152) FLYING (PILOT)



104.
GROUP CAPTAIN BIJAN KUMAR PANDA (20349) AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)



105.
GROUP CAPTAIN SATINDER SINGH REHAL (20862)
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)



106.
GROUP CAPTAIN SAMEER MADHUKAR KALODE (20968), AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)



107.
GROUP CAPTAIN SHAILESH RANJAN (21254) FLYING (PILOT)



108.
GROUP CAPTAIN RAJESH JOSHI (21502) FLYING (PILOT)



109.
GROUP CAPTAIN MALUK SINGH (21528) FLYING (PILOT)



110.
GROUP CAPTAIN AJVEER SINGH MINHAS (22126) FLYING (PILOT)



111.
GROUP CAPTAIN VAIBHAV DUTT BADONI (22738)
FLYING (PILOT)



112.
GROUP CAPTAIN ANAND SONDHI (22916) FLYING (PILOT)



113.
WING COMMANDER ABHIJIT PRAKASH DESHPANDE (24218) FLYING (PILOT)



114.
WING COMMANDER MUDIT MATHUR (24573) ADMINISTRATION



115.
WING COMMANDER J ANGEL REUBEN (24808)
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)



116.
GROUP CAPTAIN KRISHNASWAMY PREMKUMAR,
VM (21241) FLYING (PILOT)




117.
GO-1446F ADGBR BINOD BIHARI LAL
BRO


118.
GS-194941Y OEM MANDEEP SINGH




BAR TO SENA MEDAL (GALLANTRY)


1.
IC-66544P MAJOR KRISHNA KANT BAJPAI,
SENA MEDAL, 12TH BATTALION THE ASSAM RIFLES
ARMY



SENA MEDAL (GALLANTRY)


1.
TA-42875X LT COL KARANBIR SINGH NATT,
160 INF BN TA (H&H)
ARMY


2.
IC-59497A LIEUTENANT COLONEL RADHAKRISHNAN MURALI,
4 CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND SURVEILLANCE UNIT



3.
IC-61070P LIEUTENANT COLONEL BEJOY RAVEENDRAN,
THE MECHANISED INFANTRY / 31ST BATTALION THE ASSAM RIFLES



4.
IC-68705L MAJOR AJAY SINGH RAUTELA
THIRD BATTALION THE FIRST GORKHA RIFLES



5.
IC-69995A MAJOR UDAY BHANOT
THE MAHAR REGIMENT / 1ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



6.
IC-70432M MAJOR VAIBHAV VISHESH, 19TH BATTALION THE DOGRA REGIMENT



7.
IC-70967A MAJOR AKASH ASHOK TAPADIA
26TH BATTALION THE RAJPUT REGIMENT



8.
IC-71185W MAJOR BIKESH CHAUHAN
CORPS OF SIGNAL / 3RD BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



9.
SS-43870L MAJOR LIENGOUSIEM K GANGTE
12TH BATTALION THE ASSAM REGIMENT



10.
SS-44233F MAJOR N ANANDARAJ,
CORPS OF ENGINEER / 27TH BATTALION THE ASSAM RIFLES



11.
IC-72249H CAPTAIN MANEET KUMAR PANT,
12TH BATTALION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)



12.
IC-75410X CAPTAIN VIKRANT PAUL
42ND BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



13.
IC-75611W CAPTAIN RAHUL SOLANKI
CORPS OF SIGNALS / 56THBATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



14.
IC-76196M CAPTAIN MANEESH BORA
4TH BATTALION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)



15.
IC-76448N CAPTAIN ASHISH CHHIKARA
5TH BATTALION THE RAJPUT REGIMENT



16.
IC-77704K CAPTAIN DEEPESH SINGH MEHRA
THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES) / 21 BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



17.
SS-43666M CAPTAIN VINEET PHOGAT
BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS / 50TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



18.
IC-79570P CAPT MAYANK SHUKLA,
EME, 2 DOGRA



19.
SS-45863N CAPTAIN ASHUTOSH RANA
11TH BATTALION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT



20.
AR-302M SHRI RAJ KUMAR SHARMA, ASSISTANT COMMANDANT
27TH BATTALION THE ASSAM RIFLES



21.
JC-460506W NAIB SUBEDAR SANJAY MURLIDHAR,
THE MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY / 56THBATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



22.
2994529Y HAVILDAR BABLI SINGH
5TH BATTALION THE RAJPUT REGIMENT



23.
4188349L HAVILDAR DIWAN SINGH 3RD BATTALION THE KUMAON REGIMENT



24.
13622866M HAVILDAR DEEPAK THAPA CHHETRI
4TH BATTALION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)



25.
13623694P HAVILDAR SANTHOSH JOSEPH
4TH BATTALION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)



26.
4369767P LANCE HAVILDAR RHOROTHO KATIRY,
THE ASSAM REGIMENT / 42ND BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



27.
4572469N LANCE HAVILDAR DHARMENDRA KUMAR
15TH BATTALION THE MAHAR REGIMENT



28.
4000012N NAIK SURENDER PAL
2ND BATTALION THE DOGRA REGIMENT



29.
4084250H NAIK SATYAPAL SINGH RAWAT
4th BATTALION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)



30.
5756932A NAIK MOHAN GURUNG
THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES) / 21ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



31.
13626111 NAIK RACHPAL SINGH
12TH BATALLION THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT (SPECIAL FORCES)



32.
15203010L NAIK C H UMAMAHESWA RAO
REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY / 32ND BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



33.
15612737L NAIK SRI CHITRA SAIKIA
BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS / 21ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES (POSTHUMOUS)



34.
4002436H LANCE NAIK SANJAY MANKOTIA
19TH BATTALION THE DOGRA REGIMENT



35.
5048055W LANCE NAIK AASH KUMAR GURUNG
THIRD BATTALION THE FIRST GORKHA RIFLES
(POSTHUMOUS)



36.
15619062Y LANCE NAIK HARMESH SINGH,
BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS / 21 BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



37.
16012692P LANCE NAIK NARESH SINGH RAJPUT,
16TH BATTALION THE RAJPUTANA RIFLES



38.
3204692K SEPOY ANKUL,
12TH BATTALION THE JAT REGIMENT



39.
3408197M SEPOY HARPREET SINGH,
8TH BATTALION THE SIKH REGIMENT (POSTHUMOUS)



40.
4201029X SEPOY MAHENDAR SINGH SHAWANT,
THE KUMAON REGIMENT / 50TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



41.
4378804Y SEPOY KHIANGTE LALNUNCHHUANGA,
THE ASSAM REGIMENT / 35TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



42.
19002584A SEPOY JARMAL SINGH,
8TH BATTALION THE SIKH REGIMENT



43.
15175529H GUNNER JAGESHWAR,
REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY / 29TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES (POSTHUMOUS)



44.
5852252X RIFLEMAN SHSHIR MALL,
THE GORKHA RIFLES / 32ND BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES (POSTHUMOUS)



45.
G/5011948M RIFLEMAN VIJAY KUMAR,
23RD BATTALION THE ASSAM RIFLES



46.
15623495N GUARDSMAN JAGDISH PRASAD,
BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS / 21ST BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES (POSTHUMOUS)



47.
IC-69878P MAJOR SANDEEP SINGH PATHANIA,
THE DOGRA REGIMENT / 40TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



48.
MS-17463L CAPTAIN ASHWANI KUMAR,
ARMY MEDICAL CORPS / 3RD LADAKH SCOUTS (POSTHUMOUS)




NAO SENA MEDAL (GALLANTRY)


1.
CDR SANJAY SHUKLA (03503-K), INS SHIKRA
NAVY


2.
CDR ASHOK KUMAR (83807-W), CCDT (MBI)



3.
ANIL KUMAR, POA (ACMD),(122947-A),INS SHIKRA



4.
TP SINGH, NA I (ACMD), (224869-T), INS SHIKRA




VAYU SENA MEDAL (GALLANTRY)


1.
WING COMMADER RAJIV DOBHAL (24022) FLYING (PILOT)
AIR FORCE


2.
WING COMMANDER NIRMAL KUMAR BAKSHI (24531) FLYING (PILOT)





BAR TO SENA MEDAL (DEVOTION TO DUTY)


1.
IC- 44038K BRIG H DHARMARAJAN, SENA MEDAL
THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS / HEADQUARTERS 22 INFANTRY BRIGADE
ARMY


2.
IC-57146M COLONEL ANIRUDH CHAUHAN, SENA MEDAL
20TH BATTALION THE RAJPUTANA RIFLES



3.
IC-57379N COLONEL AAKASH KHAZANCHI, SENA MEDAL
THE SIKH REGIMENT / 46TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES




SENA MEDAL (DEVOTION TO DUTY)


1.
IC-38280H MAJOR GENERAL INDUPURU NARAYANA, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY
ARMY


2.
IC-38528F MAJOR GENERAL KAPIL KUMAR AGGARWAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, CORPS OF ELECTRONICS & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING



3.
IC-39609N MAJOR GENERAL AJAY OHRI, INFANTRY



4.
IC-41067N MAJOR GENERAL JAI SINGH NAIN,
THE DOGRA REGIMENT



5.
IC-41456N MAJOR GENERAL RAKESH KUMAR ANAND, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, CORPS OF SIGNALS



6.
IC-45200H MAJOR GENERAL RAJINDER KUMAR,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL DEPARTMENT



7.
IC-41585NBRIGADIER KRISHNA KUMAR MAHADEVAN IYER, ARMY AIR DEFENCE



8.
IC-41860H BRIGADIER SHANTANU DAYAL, VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, THE GARHWAL RIFLES / HEADQUARTER NORTHERN COMMAND



9.
IC-41480K BRIGADIER BISHWAJEET GHOSH,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS



10.
IC-42400N BRIGADIER TUMUL VARMA,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDALCORPS OF ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS



11.
IC-42404K BRIGADIER JAI SINGH, THE GRENADIERS



12.
IC-47603F BRIGADIER VIRESH PRATAP SINGH KAUSHIK,
THE KUMAON REGIMENT / HEADQUARTERS 121 (INDEPENDENT)INFANTRY BRIGADE



13.
IC-48067W BRIGADIER RASHIM BALI,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, THE SIKH LIGHT INFANTRY / HEADQUARTERS 112 MOUNTAIN BRIGADE



14.
IC-48502A BRIGADIER ANIL SINGH, CORPS OF ENGINEERS



15.
V-398A BRIGADIER ANIL KUMAR, REMOUNT VETERINARY CORPS



16.
41977F COLONEL DHARAMVEER SINGH SUHAG,
VISHISHT SEVA MEDAL, 9TH BATTALION THE GORKHA RIFLES



17.
IC-49449M COLONEL INDERJIT SINGH PANJRATH,ARMY AIR DEFENCE



18.
IC-50491X COLONEL VINOD BAJIYA,THE RAJPUT REGIMENT



19.
IC-50563W COLONEL JITENDRA BENIWAL,
THE SIKH LIGHT INFANTRY / HEADQUARTERS NATIONAL SECURITY GUARD



20.
IC-50847A COLONEL A SRIDHAR,REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY



21.
IC-52881Y COLONEL APINDER PAL SINGH,
CORPS OF SIGNALS / CENTRAL COMMAND SIGNAL REGIMENT



22.
IC-53047M COLONEL DIGVIJAY SINGH,THE SIKH REGIMENT



23.
IC-54320H COLONEL KANWAR JITENDRA SINGH,
ARMY SERVICE CORPS



24.
IC-54357KCOLONEL GAURAV JAIN,
REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY / 31ST FIELD REGIMENT



25.
IC-54397L COLONEL RAGHUDEEP MINHAS,
CORPS OF ENGINEERS



26.
IC-56631P COLONEL SONENDER SINGH,
CORPS OF ENGINEER / 117 ENGINEER REGIMENT



27.
IC-56784Y COLONEL TEJVIR SINGH, THE PUNJAB REGIMENT



28.
IC-57234H COLONEL VIKRAMJEET SINGH VIRK,
15TH BATTALION THE MAHAR REGIMENT



29.
IC-57355K COLONEL ASHOK KUMAR THAKUR,
THE RAJPUTANA RIFLES / 18TH BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES



30.
IC-57421F COLONEL AJAY LONDHE,
CORPS OF ENGINEER / 54 ENGINEER REGIMENT



31.
IC-57438P COLONEL GOVINDAN PRAVEEN,
14TH BATTALION THE GARHWAL RIFLES



32.
IC-57860M COLONEL YOGESH KUMAR BISHT,
THE PUNJAB REGIMENT / 22ND BATTALION THE RASHTRIYA RIFLES
ARMY


33.
IC-57973P COL SS KAMATNURKAR,
ASSAM REGT, 1 ARUNACHAL SCOUTS



34.
IC-58099M COL DALWINDER SINGH ATWAL, 18 ENGR REGT



35.
IC-58180Y COL GIRIDHAR DHONDIRAM KOLE
GARH RIF, 14 RR



36.
IC-58782M COL VIJAY SUDHAKAR BHAVE, 13 PUNJAB



37.
MR-07768X LT COL SANJEEV KUMAR, AMC




NAO SENA MEDAL (DEVOTION TO DUTY)


1.
REAR ADMIRAL CHANDRA SHEKHAR RAO (40922-B)
NAVY


2.
COMMODORE MAHESH SINGH (03146-Z)



3.
COMMODORE LOGANATHAN SURESH SURIARAJ (50952-Z)



4.
COMMODORE SANJAY SADHU (41288-K)



5.
COMMODORE SUPROBHO K DE (02867-R)



6.
CAPTAIN RAHUL SHANKAR (03956-R)



7.
CAPTAIN SUMEET KAPOOR (04244-W)



8.
BANSHIDHAR SAINI, CPO CD I, 179617-Y




VAYU SENA MEDAL (DEVOTION TO DUTY)


1.
GROUP CAPTAIN NIKHILESH GAUTAM (21210)
FLYING (PILOT)
AIR FORCE


2.
GROUP CAPTAIN SANDEEP KHAN (21581),
FLYING (NAVIGATOR)



3.
GROUP CAPTAIN KANWALJIT SINGH (23175),
FLYING (PILOT)



4.
GROUP CAPTAIN AMARDEEP SINGH PANNU
(23178) FLYING (PILOT)



5.
GROUP CAPTAIN AJAY PAL SINGH (23538) FLYING (PILOT)



6.
GROUP CAPTAIN HRUSHIKESH JAGANNATH PAGE (23566) FLYING (PILOT)



7.
GROUP CAPTAIN PUNEET VIG (23733) FLYING (PILOT)



8.
GROUP CAPTAIN YESH PAL SINGH NEGI (23735) FLYING (PILOT)



9.
GROUP CAPTAIN KULDEEP SINGH (23747) FLYING (PILOT)



10.
GROUP CAPTAIN RAMAN GOEL (23757) FLYING (PILOT)



11.
GROUP CAPTAIN JAYASHANKAR SREERAM (23980) FLYING (PILOT)



12.
WING COMMANDER SANJAY CHOPRA (23786) FLYING (PILOT)



13.
WING COMMANDER NIKHIL SHRIKANT PURANDARE (23792) FLYING (PILOT)



14.
WING COMMANDER DEVAM VATS (25631) FLYING (PILOT)



15.
WING COMMANDER SURAJ SHANKAR (24037) FLYING (PILOT)



16.
WING COMMANDER SHIV SHANKARAM (26561) FLYING (PILOT)




Besides these, 14 Army personnel have also been awarded ‘Mention-in-Despatches’ by the Army Headquarters, which include three for ‘Operation Meghdoot’, nine for ‘Operation Rakshak’ and two personnel for ‘Operation Rhino

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

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Press Information Bureau
Government of India
President's Secretariat
25-January-2016 19:27 IST


Address by the President of India on the eve of the Republic Day of India 2016






My Fellow Citizens:

1. On the eve of the sixty-seventh Republic Day of our nation, I extend my warm greetings to all of you in India and abroad. I convey my special greetings to members of our Armed Forces, Para-military Forces and Internal Security Forces. I pay my tribute to the brave soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice of their lives in defending India’s territorial integrity and in upholding the rule of law.



Fellow Citizens:

2. On twenty-sixth January 1950, our Republic was born. On this day, we gave ourselves the Constitution of India. This day saw the culmination of heroic struggle of an extraordinary generation of leaders who overcame colonialism to establish the world’s largest democracy. They pulled together India’s amazing diversity to build national unity, which has brought us so far. The enduring democratic institutions they established have given us the gift of continuity on the path of progress. India today is a rising power, a country fast emerging as a global leader in science, technology, innovation and start-ups, and whose economic success is the envy of the world.



Fellow Citizens:

3. The year 2015 has been a year of challenges. During this year, the global economy remained subdued. Unpredictability ruled the commodity markets. Uncertainty marked the institutional responses. In such troubled environment, no one nation could be an oasis of growth. India’s economy also had to face the blowback. Weak investor sentiments led to withdrawal of funds from emerging markets including India putting pressure on the Indian rupee. Our exports suffered. Our manufacturing sector is yet to recover fully.



4. In 2015, we were also denied the bounty of nature. While large parts of India were affected by severe drought, other areas reeled under devastating floods. Unusual weather conditions impacted our agricultural production. Rural employment and income levels suffered.



Fellow Citizens:

5. We can call out these challenges because we are aware of them. There is a great virtue in acknowledging a problem and resolving to address it. India is building and implementing strategies to solve these problems. This year, with an estimated growth rate of 7.3 percent, India is poised to become the fastest growing large economy. Contraction in global oil prices has helped maintain external sector stability and control domestic prices. Despite occasional setbacks, industrial performance this year has been strong.



6. Aadhaar, with its present reach of 96 crore people, is helping in direct transfer of benefits, plugging leakages and improving transparency. Over 19 crore bank accounts opened under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana is the single largest exercise in the world at financial inclusion. The Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana aims to create model villages. The Digital India programme is an effort to bridge the digital divide. The Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana targets farmer’s welfare. Increased spending on programmes like MGNREGA is aimed at enhancing employment generation to rejuvenate the rural economy.



7. The Make-in-India campaign will boost manufacturing by facilitating easy conduct of business and improving competitiveness of domestic industry. The Start-up India programme will foster innovation and encourage new-age entrepreneurship. The National Skill Development Mission envisages skilling 300 million youth by 2022.



8. There will be, amongst us, occasional doubters and baiters. Let us continue to complain; to demand; to rebel. This too is a virtue of democracy. But let us also applaud what our democracy has achieved. With investments in infrastructure, manufacturing, health, education, science and technology, we are positioning ourselves well for achieving a higher growth rate which will in the next ten to fifteen years help us eliminate poverty.



Fellow Citizens:

9. Reverence for the past is one of the essential ingredients of nationalism. Our finest inheritance, the institutions of democracy, ensure to all citizens justice, equality, and gender and economic equity. When grim instances of violence hit at these established values which are at the core of our nationhood, it is time to take note. We must guard ourselves against the forces of violence, intolerance and unreason.



Fellow Citizens:

10. For revitalizing the forces of growth, we need reforms and progressive legislation. It is the bounden duty of the law makers to ensure that such legislation is enacted after due discussion and debate. A spirit of accommodation, cooperation and consensus-building should be the preferred mode of decision-making. Delays in decision-making and implementation can only harm the process of development.



Fellow Citizens:

11. Peace is the primary objective of a rational consciousness as well as our moral universe. It is the foundation of civilization and a necessity for economic progress. And yet, we have never been able to answer a simple question: why does peace remain so elusive? Why has peace been so much more difficult to attain than degenerate conflict?



12. As the twentieth century closed down with a remarkable revolution in science and technology, we had some reason for optimism that the twenty-first century would mark an era in which the energies of people and nations would be committed to a rising prosperity that would eliminate, for the first time, the curse of extreme poverty. That optimism has faded in the first fifteen years of this century. There is unprecedented turbulence across vast regions, with alarming increase in regional instabilities. The scourge of terrorism has reshaped war into its most barbaric manifestation. No corner can now consider itself safe from this savage monster.



13. Terrorism is inspired by insane objectives, motivated by bottomless depths of hatred, instigated by puppeteers who have invested heavily in havoc through the mass murder of innocents. This is war beyond any doctrine, a cancer which must be operated out with a firm scalpel. There is no good or bad terrorism; it is pure evil.



Fellow Citizens:

14. Nations will never agree on everything; but the challenge today is existential. Terrorists seek to undermine order by rejecting the very basis of strategic stability, which are recognized borders. If outlaws are able to unravel borders, then we are heading towards an age of chaos. There will be disputes among nations; and, as is well-known, the closer we are to a neighbour the higher the propensity for disputes. There is a civilized way to bridge disagreement; dialogue, ideally, should be a continual engagement. But we cannot discuss peace under a shower of bullets.



15. We on our subcontinent have a historic opportunity to become a beacon to the world at a time of great danger. We must attempt to resolve the complex edges of our emotional and geo-political inheritance with our neighbours through a peaceful dialogue, and invest in mutual prosperity by recognizing that human beings are best defined by a humane spirit, and not their worst instincts. Our example can be its own message to a world in anxious need of amity.



Fellow Citizens:

16. Each of us has the right to lead a healthy, happy and productive life in India. This right has been breached, especially in our cities, where pollution has reached alarming levels. Climate change has acquired real meaning with 2015 turning out to be the warmest year on record. Multiple strategies and actions at various levels is necessary. Innovative solutions of urban planning, use of clean energy, and changing the mindsets of the people call for active participation of all stakeholders. Permanence of such changes can be ensured only if people own these changes.



Fellow Citizens:

17. Love for one’s motherland is the basis of all progress. Education, with its enlightening effect, leads to human progress and prosperity. It helps us develop forces of spirit which can revive lost hopes and ignored values. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan had said and I quote: “End-product of education should be a free creative man who can battle against historical circumstances and adversities of nature” (unquote). The advent of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” demands that this free and creative man should also be able to master the velocity of change to absorb disruptions which are getting embedded in the systems and societies. An eco-system that fosters critical thinking and makes teaching intellectually stimulating is necessary. It must inspire scholarship and encourage unfettered respect for knowledge and teachers. It must instill a spirit of reverence towards women that will guide social conduct of an individual throughout his life. It must breed a culture of deep thought and create an environment of contemplation and inner peace. Through an open-minded approach to the wider spectrum of ideas emanating from within, our academic institutions must become world-class. A beginning has already been made with two Indian institutes of higher education finding place in the top two hundred in international rankings.





Fellow Citizens:

18. The generational change has happened. Youth have moved centre-stage to take charge. March ahead with Tagore’s words from Nutan Yuger Bhore:



“CHOLAAY CHOLAAY BAAJBEY JOYER BHEREE –

PAAYER BEGEYI POTH KETEY JAAY, KORISH NEY AAR DERI”



Move ahead, the roll of drums announce your triumphal march;

With feet of glory, you shall cut out your own path;

Delay not, delay not, a new age dawns.



Thank you.



Jai Hind!

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

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Press Information Bureau
Government of India
President's Secretariat
25-January-2016 19:27 IST


Address by the President of India on the eve of the Republic Day of India 2016






My Fellow Citizens:

1. On the eve of the sixty-seventh Republic Day of our nation, I extend my warm greetings to all of you in India and abroad. I convey my special greetings to members of our Armed Forces, Para-military Forces and Internal Security Forces. I pay my tribute to the brave soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice of their lives in defending India’s territorial integrity and in upholding the rule of law.



Fellow Citizens:

2. On twenty-sixth January 1950, our Republic was born. On this day, we gave ourselves the Constitution of India. This day saw the culmination of heroic struggle of an extraordinary generation of leaders who overcame colonialism to establish the world’s largest democracy. They pulled together India’s amazing diversity to build national unity, which has brought us so far. The enduring democratic institutions they established have given us the gift of continuity on the path of progress. India today is a rising power, a country fast emerging as a global leader in science, technology, innovation and start-ups, and whose economic success is the envy of the world.



Fellow Citizens:

3. The year 2015 has been a year of challenges. During this year, the global economy remained subdued. Unpredictability ruled the commodity markets. Uncertainty marked the institutional responses. In such troubled environment, no one nation could be an oasis of growth. India’s economy also had to face the blowback. Weak investor sentiments led to withdrawal of funds from emerging markets including India putting pressure on the Indian rupee. Our exports suffered. Our manufacturing sector is yet to recover fully.



4. In 2015, we were also denied the bounty of nature. While large parts of India were affected by severe drought, other areas reeled under devastating floods. Unusual weather conditions impacted our agricultural production. Rural employment and income levels suffered.



Fellow Citizens:

5. We can call out these challenges because we are aware of them. There is a great virtue in acknowledging a problem and resolving to address it. India is building and implementing strategies to solve these problems. This year, with an estimated growth rate of 7.3 percent, India is poised to become the fastest growing large economy. Contraction in global oil prices has helped maintain external sector stability and control domestic prices. Despite occasional setbacks, industrial performance this year has been strong.



6. Aadhaar, with its present reach of 96 crore people, is helping in direct transfer of benefits, plugging leakages and improving transparency. Over 19 crore bank accounts opened under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana is the single largest exercise in the world at financial inclusion. The Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana aims to create model villages. The Digital India programme is an effort to bridge the digital divide. The Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana targets farmer’s welfare. Increased spending on programmes like MGNREGA is aimed at enhancing employment generation to rejuvenate the rural economy.



7. The Make-in-India campaign will boost manufacturing by facilitating easy conduct of business and improving competitiveness of domestic industry. The Start-up India programme will foster innovation and encourage new-age entrepreneurship. The National Skill Development Mission envisages skilling 300 million youth by 2022.



8. There will be, amongst us, occasional doubters and baiters. Let us continue to complain; to demand; to rebel. This too is a virtue of democracy. But let us also applaud what our democracy has achieved. With investments in infrastructure, manufacturing, health, education, science and technology, we are positioning ourselves well for achieving a higher growth rate which will in the next ten to fifteen years help us eliminate poverty.



Fellow Citizens:

9. Reverence for the past is one of the essential ingredients of nationalism. Our finest inheritance, the institutions of democracy, ensure to all citizens justice, equality, and gender and economic equity. When grim instances of violence hit at these established values which are at the core of our nationhood, it is time to take note. We must guard ourselves against the forces of violence, intolerance and unreason.



Fellow Citizens:

10. For revitalizing the forces of growth, we need reforms and progressive legislation. It is the bounden duty of the law makers to ensure that such legislation is enacted after due discussion and debate. A spirit of accommodation, cooperation and consensus-building should be the preferred mode of decision-making. Delays in decision-making and implementation can only harm the process of development.



Fellow Citizens:

11. Peace is the primary objective of a rational consciousness as well as our moral universe. It is the foundation of civilization and a necessity for economic progress. And yet, we have never been able to answer a simple question: why does peace remain so elusive? Why has peace been so much more difficult to attain than degenerate conflict?



12. As the twentieth century closed down with a remarkable revolution in science and technology, we had some reason for optimism that the twenty-first century would mark an era in which the energies of people and nations would be committed to a rising prosperity that would eliminate, for the first time, the curse of extreme poverty. That optimism has faded in the first fifteen years of this century. There is unprecedented turbulence across vast regions, with alarming increase in regional instabilities. The scourge of terrorism has reshaped war into its most barbaric manifestation. No corner can now consider itself safe from this savage monster.



13. Terrorism is inspired by insane objectives, motivated by bottomless depths of hatred, instigated by puppeteers who have invested heavily in havoc through the mass murder of innocents. This is war beyond any doctrine, a cancer which must be operated out with a firm scalpel. There is no good or bad terrorism; it is pure evil.



Fellow Citizens:

14. Nations will never agree on everything; but the challenge today is existential. Terrorists seek to undermine order by rejecting the very basis of strategic stability, which are recognized borders. If outlaws are able to unravel borders, then we are heading towards an age of chaos. There will be disputes among nations; and, as is well-known, the closer we are to a neighbour the higher the propensity for disputes. There is a civilized way to bridge disagreement; dialogue, ideally, should be a continual engagement. But we cannot discuss peace under a shower of bullets.



15. We on our subcontinent have a historic opportunity to become a beacon to the world at a time of great danger. We must attempt to resolve the complex edges of our emotional and geo-political inheritance with our neighbours through a peaceful dialogue, and invest in mutual prosperity by recognizing that human beings are best defined by a humane spirit, and not their worst instincts. Our example can be its own message to a world in anxious need of amity.



Fellow Citizens:

16. Each of us has the right to lead a healthy, happy and productive life in India. This right has been breached, especially in our cities, where pollution has reached alarming levels. Climate change has acquired real meaning with 2015 turning out to be the warmest year on record. Multiple strategies and actions at various levels is necessary. Innovative solutions of urban planning, use of clean energy, and changing the mindsets of the people call for active participation of all stakeholders. Permanence of such changes can be ensured only if people own these changes.



Fellow Citizens:

17. Love for one’s motherland is the basis of all progress. Education, with its enlightening effect, leads to human progress and prosperity. It helps us develop forces of spirit which can revive lost hopes and ignored values. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan had said and I quote: “End-product of education should be a free creative man who can battle against historical circumstances and adversities of nature” (unquote). The advent of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” demands that this free and creative man should also be able to master the velocity of change to absorb disruptions which are getting embedded in the systems and societies. An eco-system that fosters critical thinking and makes teaching intellectually stimulating is necessary. It must inspire scholarship and encourage unfettered respect for knowledge and teachers. It must instill a spirit of reverence towards women that will guide social conduct of an individual throughout his life. It must breed a culture of deep thought and create an environment of contemplation and inner peace. Through an open-minded approach to the wider spectrum of ideas emanating from within, our academic institutions must become world-class. A beginning has already been made with two Indian institutes of higher education finding place in the top two hundred in international rankings.





Fellow Citizens:

18. The generational change has happened. Youth have moved centre-stage to take charge. March ahead with Tagore’s words from Nutan Yuger Bhore:



“CHOLAAY CHOLAAY BAAJBEY JOYER BHEREE –

PAAYER BEGEYI POTH KETEY JAAY, KORISH NEY AAR DERI”



Move ahead, the roll of drums announce your triumphal march;

With feet of glory, you shall cut out your own path;

Delay not, delay not, a new age dawns.



Thank you.



Jai Hind!

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AKT/AK

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Aditya G » 25 Jan 2016 19:01

Sepoy Jagdish Chand DSC has been awarded Kirti Chakra. No award for Garuds.

One curious Shaurya Chakra award: SHRI BIKRAMJEET PRIVATE EMPLOYEE, PESTICIDE FACTORY UPL

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby BharadwajV » 25 Jan 2016 21:04

Crank the volume up and enjoy, fellow countrymen...

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby rajatmisra » 25 Jan 2016 22:17

Don't know where else to post. The award list carries the unique number of each person. Officers seem to be mostly IC, followed by a 5 digit number and an alphabet. Some have others that seem obvious (V for vet, MR for medical etc, instead of IC).
Isn't 5 digit too small for all the officer corps since the inception?

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Khalsa » 26 Jan 2016 04:32

Where is the live coverage link from DD ?
Anyone ? Please

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 04:56

^^ As usual, on youtube:



Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXSh3ur5XnQ

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Raja Bose » 26 Jan 2016 05:48

Is this Para SF officer the same one featured in the IA's video ads?

SHAURYA CHAKRA
IC-70237P MAJ PRAPHUL KUMAR BHARDWAJ,
12 PARA (SF)



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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Raja Bose » 26 Jan 2016 05:59

Ln Nk Goswami's last battle which won him the Ashok Chakra posthumously was posted on BRF before. X-positing it here:

Living and dying in the Special Forces

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Sid » 26 Jan 2016 06:27

Raja Bose wrote:Is this Para SF officer the same one featured in the IA's video ads?

SHAURYA CHAKRA
IC-70237P MAJ PRAPHUL KUMAR BHARDWAJ,
12 PARA (SF)




In this video surname is missing from name plate. if it was him it should have said "P K Bhardwaj".

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby SaiK » 26 Jan 2016 06:35



Happy 67th Republic Day!

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Pratyush » 26 Jan 2016 06:54

Off to see the parade in person

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Sid » 26 Jan 2016 07:26

Happy Republic Day folks



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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby member_23370 » 26 Jan 2016 07:28

A very happy republic day to all Indians !!!

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Kashi » 26 Jan 2016 07:57

Raja Bose wrote:Ln Nk Goswami's last battle which won him the Ashok Chakra posthumously was posted on BRF before. X-positing it here:

Living and dying in the Special Forces


Reading this one makes me proud, grateful and sad at the same time. Shat shat naman to Ln Nk Goswami and those who laid down their lives in the service of the nation.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 08:14

So, Delhi apparently is India's heartbeat. Who knew? :)

DD sucks. Streaming is horrible.

If DD YT site does not load, try the ministry of I&B or the PMOIndia Youtube channels. They are also streaming.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 08:27

The Bharatiyar version of Vande Mataram is so soothing. And very nicely composed. Good find, SaiK saar.

Also, the streaming has improved.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Kashi » 26 Jan 2016 08:35

arshyam wrote:So, Delhi apparently is India's heartbeat. Who knew? :)

DD sucks. Streaming is horrible.

If DD YT site does not load, try the ministry of I&B or the PMOIndia Youtube channels. They are also streaming.


DD YT streaming works fine for me...

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Surya » 26 Jan 2016 08:43

streaming has improved

they should turn off that stupid chat

what is scheduled start?

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby SaiK » 26 Jan 2016 09:04

foggy and visibility is like 250 meters

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wow, french contingency! first time I'm seeing firangs on RD parading.
may be I missed om baba's last year. so, tifwiw

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby RoyD » 26 Jan 2016 09:11

A poignant moment to see Mrs. Goswami receiving posthumous Shaurya Shakra. Hail mother India for such brave sons. Wish to be reborn in India and serve the nation in all my rebirths. Jai Hind.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 09:11

Where are the Arjuns? :(

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Postby RoyD » 26 Jan 2016 09:13

Kashi wrote:
arshyam wrote:So, Delhi apparently is India's heartbeat. Who knew? :)

DD sucks. Streaming is horrible.

If DD YT site does not load, try the ministry of I&B or the PMOIndia Youtube channels. They are also streaming.


DD YT streaming works fine for me...


Streaming works fine with me too...

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 09:16

Btw, when the GoC-Delhi led the parade, the jeeps had an emblem like an elephant, but it didn't look like the Madras regt. Any idea which regt. it represents? Couldn't place it on a web search.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby saip » 26 Jan 2016 09:17

How long does the parade last? It is streaming fine.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby SaiK » 26 Jan 2016 09:18

:( no arjun.

btw, saw bheeshma-ji (mms).. he looks tad bit tired and old holding his knees. hope he is ok.
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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Sid » 26 Jan 2016 09:18

First time ALH Rudra variant took part in parade. Already in service

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Vayutuvan » 26 Jan 2016 09:24

A very happy republic day to all Indians and former Indians.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Vayutuvan » 26 Jan 2016 09:25

Pratyush wrote:Off to see the parade in person

Lucky you. Enjoy. I never got a chance to do that.
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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Vayutuvan » 26 Jan 2016 09:28

Arshyam: where did saik post the bhatatiyar Vande Mataram? Link?
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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 09:29

^^ VT saar, in this thread above, look for SaiK saar's post.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Kashi » 26 Jan 2016 09:49

the state tableaus are not in alphabetical order?

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Vayutuvan » 26 Jan 2016 09:53

arshyam wrote:^^ VT saar, in this thread above, look for SaiK saar's post.

Thanks found it. Bhatatiyar is Subramanya Bharathi, right? What a man he was. A true son of India.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 10:05

^^ Yes, the one and only.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby arshyam » 26 Jan 2016 10:34

Bl**dy DD, never changes and never will. One has to listen to the flypast, while beings that cannot fly are on the screen. Why the heck can't they simply focus on the damn sky at least during the flypast? Spoilt the entire wait for me.

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Kashi » 26 Jan 2016 10:35

The foggy skies and the DD cameramen, really make it difficult to enjoy the flypast :(

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Re: 2016 Republic day special

Postby Sid » 26 Jan 2016 10:46

They also had a HD cameras on top of India Gate, which they never used.

They need a good producer, they have all the top notch h/w. It's less camera, more of a production issue.


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