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July 8: Recapture of Tiger Hill – The battle that won India the Kargil War​

The Battle of Tiger Hill is one of the bravest battles fought around the peak of Tiger Hill by the Indian Army against Pakistan from May to July in 1999, during the Kargil War.

Touching the skies with glory: Women officers in Indian Air Force in reality vs movie world

To make the movie more dramatic, the movie makers have ended up casting aspersions on Indian Air Force and strayed far from truth

NCW chief asks filmmakers of ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil girl’ to apologise and stop the screening of the movie

Earlier, on Thursday, the NCW head had demanded clarity from the former IAF pilot on the allegations of 'gender discrimination' that has been emphasised in the movie.

Indian Air Force objects to scenes in Gunjan Saxena movie, says Dharma Productions has portrayed it as an organisation with extreme gender bias

NOC for the release of the movie will be considered only after the objectionable scenes are deleted or suitably modified, IAF says.

Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar claims he had turned down a £175,000 county cricket contract to fight Kargil War

Shoaib Akhtar revealed how he was ready to turn down a county cricket contract to fight for his country during the Kargil war

Kargil Vijay Diwas: Congress treated Atal Bihari Vajpayee no better than they treat PM Modi

It is July 26, which is Kargil Vijay Diwas. Who is celebrating? The whole country for sure. But did you know that it wasn’t always like that?

While India fought Pakistan at the border in 1999, here are 6 ways in which Congress insulted Kargil victory and our war-heroes

While India fought Pakistan at the border during Kargil in 1999, it was also fighting an internal enemy - the Congress party headed by Sonia Gandhi

Yeh Dil Mange More! Never forget the exemplary bravery of Captain Vikram Batra who attained martyrdom on this day in 1999

Captain Vikram Batra was only 24 years old when he sacrificed his life for the country during the Kargil War

I served in the Indian Army for 20 years, and ‘liberal’ Sagarika Ghose is wrong – War is not ‘elite bloodlust’

This is in response to an extract from a book by Sagarika Ghose (socialite, daughter of the former Director-General of Doordarshan, wife of television personality Rajdeep Sardesai, and part-time columnist) published in The Wire

‘Aggressiveness shown by govt for Abhinandan was missing then’: Capt Kalia’s kin remembers the braveheart 20 years after Kargil

26th July 2019, will mark 20 years of the Kargil War. On this date, in 1999, India successfully took command of the high outposts which had been lost to Pakistan

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