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India’s Most Fearless: True Stories of Modern Military Heroes by Shiv AroorThe Army major who led the legendary September 2016 surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the LoC; a soldier who killed 11 terrorists in 10 days; a Navy officer who sailed into a treacherous port to rescue hundreds from an exploding war; a bleeding Air Force pilot who found himself flying a jet that had become a screaming fireball . . .
Their own accounts or of those who were with them in their final moments.
India’s Most Fearless covers fourteen true stories of extraordinary courage and fearlessness, providing a glimpse into the kind of heroism our soldiers display in unthinkably hostile conditions and under grave provocation.
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20 years later, remembering the brave heroes of Kargil on Vijay Diwas
Kargil, Two entire brigades of Pakistani army regulars infiltrated Indian territory and fortified themselves before the Indian army even realized they were there. The top army brass ignored warnings, downplayed the threat and the number of infiltrators till it was almost too late. They were also poorly prepared, operationally and in every other respect. This is the true story of Kargil as seen through the eyes of one of the front-line commanders.
Make your stories go viral. Publish your short stories on Notion Press and get votes and feedback from real readers. Captain Arhant Rajput is a fictional character who portrays a ferocious Indian soldier and a passionate lover. His heart beats first for his country, India, and second for his lovely lady. It had been just a month that he got married. He left his newlywed bride for the call of nation. He was commissioned in Punjab Regiment, the main patrolling company.
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Jump to navigation. India is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Kargil Vijay Diwas today. On this day in , the Kargil War, also known as the Kargil conflict, formally came to an end, with Indian soldiers successfully recapturing mountain heights that had been seized by Pakistani intruders. It was only possible through the valour of the soldiers of the armed forces. Captain Vikram Batra of the 13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifle immortalised himself by turning a soft-drink ad's tagline "Yeh dil mange more" My heart asks for more into an iconic war cry while showcasing on national television the enemy's machine guns he had captured in his first gallant exploits in the Kargil war.