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On this day we remember the following 37 martyrs who sacrificed their lives in various operations: Jem Hardev Singh (5219) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Lal Chand (10354) Jammu & Kashmir State Forces (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Jagat Ram (13763) Jammu & Kashmir State Forces (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Balak Ram (15337) Jammu & Kashmir State Forces (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Girdhari Singh (4636) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Ishwar Singh (4805) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Baboo Singh (4882) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Amim Chand (4924) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Resham Singh (4964) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Jit Singh (5098) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Sukhdev Singh (5128) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Mewa Singh (5217) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Teja Singh (5222) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Sep Nasib Singh (5238) Punjab Regiment (1948 Kashmir War) , Rfn Puran Singh (9105406) Jammu & Kashmir Militia (Now Light Infantry) (1948 Kashmir War) , Spr Mukhtiar Singh (1434256) Corps Of Engineers (Bengal Engineer Group) (1965 India Pakistan War) , Nb Sub Gian Singh (3340727) Sikh Regiment (1971 Bangladesh War) , Spr Mukhtiar Singh (1434256) Corps Of Engineers (Bengal Engineer Group) (Border Ops) , Capt Sunil Chandra Sen (IEC-8005) Pioneer Corps (Border Ops) , Nk C Muniyappan (13845860) Army Service Corps (Border Ops) , Hav Sowaran Singh (3372513) Sikh Regiment (Counter Insurgency) , Nk Digpal Singh (4059248) Garhwal Rifles (Counter Insurgency) , Nk Suraj Singh (13711366) Jammu & Kashmir Rifles (Counter Insurgency) , Nk Suraj Singh (13711366) Jammu & Kashmir Light Infantry (Counter Insurgency) , Hav Pramodh Singh (13711838) Jammu & Kashmir Rifles (Counter Insurgency) , Hav Parmodh Singh (13711838) Jammu & Kashmir Light Infantry (Counter Insurgency) , Nb Sub Inder Singh (JC-157781) Brigade Of Guards (Siachen Operations) , 2Lt M Mohan Jacob (SS-32792) Garhwal Rifles (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Sep Basant Lal (13880937) Army Service Corps (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Sep Basant Lal (13880937) Army Supply Corps (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Sep Tarsem Singh (4455321) Sikh Light Infantry (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Rfn Manmohan Singh (4069614) Garhwal Rifles (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Rfn Ramesh Chandra (40644685) Garhwal Rifles (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Rfn Shishupal Singh (4069644) Garhwal Rifles (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Rfn Sowan Singh (4068711) Garhwal Rifles (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Rfn Umed Singh (4068404) Garhwal Rifles (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Nb Sub Chhota Singh (JC-135675) Sikh Light Infantry (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) ,

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Harry Kler, the man who raced to Dacca (1924 - 2016)

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