70th Republic Day Celebration

By | January 26, 2019

Image Source : ndtv.com, Sculptor : Sudarshan Pattnayak

Happy Republic Day to All Readers,

We indians are celebrating 70th republic day, The day has been celebrated at Red Ford with some really proud moment, in very tight security the flag fly has celebrated today. Here we will tell you some highlighted event from Red Fort at our Capital New Delhi as well in other official places.

Over 500 Indians, people of Indian origin and Russians, attended the 70th Republic Day celebrations organised by the Indian Embassy in Moscow.The Indian diaspora in China attended Republic Day celebrations in the Indian embassy at China as well.

At red fort Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the family of Lance Naik Nazir Ahmed who posthumously received the Ashok Chakra today Woman power was on a remarkable display at the Republic Day celebrations today with contingents of the Navy, Army Services Corps and unit of Corps of Signals led by women officers. Lieutenant Bhavana Kasturi created history to become the first woman to lead an all-men contingency at the parade.

The all-women Assam Rifles contingent participated for the first time in a Republic Day parade. Major Khushboo Kanwar, a 30-year-old mother, lead the contingent of the Assam Rifles, the oldest paramilitary force in the country.Shortly after the event, PM Modi went to the stands to greet the crowd. The prime minister spent nearly 10 minutes as he went to either sides of the stand and waved to the crowd.

Army’s daredevil motorcycle team displays stunts at Republic Day parade.School children perform at 70th Republic Day celebrations.Visuals of the K-9 Vajra-T, a self-propelled howitzer, commanded by Captain Devansh Bhutani. The K9 Vajra, which is making its debut at the parade, has a range of 38 kilometres, has been supplied by L&T in partnership with a South Korean firm, Visuals of the T-90 (Bhishma), the main battle tank of the Indian Army, commanded by Captain Navneet Eric of 45 Cavalry, our PM Modi greets former our prime minister Manmohan Singh. 

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 and again…
Happy Republic Day

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