'The Abhimanyu'

'The Abhimanyu'

All efforts were being made to recognise and honour the valour, bravery and sacrifices of the brave soldiers of the Indian Armed Forces in the 1971 war and an opportunity to rejoice as well as celebrate the occasion throughout the country with full fervour ...
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from: The Hans India

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- Bangladesh war veterans recall testing times from 1971 battleground
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- HT THIS DAY: December 5, 1971 — Counter-offensive is under way; crushing blow dealt on Pak war machine
The Indian Force lost a total of 11 aircraft, six in West Pakistan and five over Bangla Desh. This, according to a Defence Ministry spokesman, is “moderate” considering that the IAF attached heavily defended targets in daylight.
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- This reporter's diary on Bangladesh War is a brilliant read
Manas Ghosh, the writer, says it's a pity that efforts by Indian diplomats to secure support for the cause of the war hardly find space in the history books of Bangladesh. Almost half a century ago, Manas Ghosh, a brilliant reporter, walked the talk in ...
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- Retort In The East During The Bangladesh Liberation War In 1971
On 3rd December 1971, Pakistan Air Force launched a pre-emptive strike on seven Indian airfields in the west, hoping to cripple the IAF at the very beginning of that conflict.
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- Pakistan-Bangladesh: Rethinking the paradigm
This journey of pain, unfortunately, started much before December of 1971. In fact, within just a few years of independence from the British Raj of India, the Bengali Language Movement started in 1952.
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