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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWhen the sun rose on 17th November 1962, it was a new day full of opportunities and newer possibilities for every person. The early winter morning didn't betray the hidden chain of events that were to unravel as the day progressed. 21-year-old Jaswant Singh Rawat, of the famed Garhwal Rifles Regiment, was deployed in the NEFA region on this fateful day along with his unit - 4 Garhwal Rifles. The Indo-China war in the northeastern region of Nuranang (present-day Arunachal Pradesh) was soon to face the fourth assault from the Chinese Army, the final one after its two previous attacks were neutralised by his battalion. An attack that would turn this young braveheart into a legend. © YouTube Born on 19th August 1941 to Guman Singh Rawat in Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand, Jaswant joined the Indian Army on 19th August 1960, aged 19 years, as a Rifleman. On 17th November 1962, when the troops of Garhwal Rifles were ordered to retreat from the Battle of Nuranang, Jaswant refused to budge and desert his post. It was the last phase of the war, which had otherwise fared poorly for the Indian Army, as the Indian troops began to fray from a shortage of manpower and ammunition. So when the Chinese attacked that morning from the Sela top, they did not expect to encounter the daredevilry and rare courage of a young Indian soldier to come in their way and destroy their bigger plans. © YouTube The attack, which started on the morning on 17th November, went on for the next seventy-two hours. At one point, when the Chinese came to close to his company with an MMG, Jaswant decided to make the ultimate sacrifice and went ahead to neutralise it with Lance Naik Trilok Singh Negi and Rifleman Gopal Singh Gusain. In the events that followed, Jaswant held on to his post alone, fired continuously from different bunkers, and ended up killing almost 300 Chinese soldiers single-handedly, before he was fatally injured by the Chinese. This one selfless act turned the course of the entire battle and helped the Indian troops get an edge. The Indian Army was able to stop the Chinese progress into Arunachal Pradesh. It turned Jaswant into a legend and the locals have event erected a Buddhist temple at the spot. © Wikipedia Not just the locals, but even the Indian Army has kept Jaswant alive amongst them. According to an India Times report, a hut has been constructed on the spot where he was Martyred. The bed placed inside the hut is kept neat and tidy by the Army jawans posted there, while his shoes are regularly polished and letters sent to Jaswant are kept in the hut for Jaswant to read, and taken away the following day. It is also believed that this fourth assault gave rise to the legend of Baba Jaswant Singh who guards the Indian borders in the East. The locals also give a different account of the of the events that unravelled that day. They believe that when Jaswant's company fell back, he remained at his post. Then along with the help of two Monpa porter-girls, he set up weapons at different spots and kept firing at the Chinese troops in rotation, which created an illusion that the Chinese were facing the entire battalion instead of just one soldier. © Rediff/Rajesh Karkera It was only when the Chinese captured the man who supplied Jaswant with ration that they realised the actual situation. Following this revelation, one of the Monpa girls was killed in a grenade attack and the other was captured, while Jaswant killed himself by shooting a bullet to his head to prevent his own capture. No matter which version of the story we wish to believe, there is no denying the show of ultimate courage and sacrifice by him when was faced with a possibility that could cost his country a part of it's being and identity. Jaswant Singh Rawat, who was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra (posthumously), deserves to be remembered as the hero that he is, by one and all.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsNo matter what kind of hair you're blessed with, if you don't know how to style it properly, it's bound to look messy (not necessarily in the attractive, out-of-bed messy way, which takes a lot of work btw). Unless you have a buzz cut, you need hair products, and the sooner you get on board, the better it is for your crowning glory. However, there are a whole lot of products in the market, and if you don't understand how they work and which ones will suit you the most, you're in for a world of confusion. But don't worry, because we're here to de-tangle that mystery for you, and that too on a budget. Here are 7 gels, waxes, and sprays under Rs 300 that will help you style your hair in any way you want to, just like they do it in a salon: 1. Schwarzkopf Taft All-Weather Power Mega Strong Hair Lacquer © Amazon This strong lacquer can be sprayed on in a hassle-free way, before and after styling. It doesn't weigh your hair down and protects it from dryness. Want a tricky style without damaging your hair? This is the one product to go for. Price: INR 251/- Buy it here 2. Gatsby Harajuku Styling Wax, Mat And Hard © Amazon Want the complicated, tousled aesthetic that is super hard to achieve? This matt finish wax is your go-to product, that will keep your hair in place for hours. Price: INR 170/- Buy it here 3. Set Wet Studio X Hair Styling Wax © Amazon If you want a wax that's easy to style with, and allows restyling of your hair easily, go for this one. This wax was co-created with celebrity hair-stylist Aalim Hakim, in order to bring the celeb-inspired looks at home. Price: INR 175/- Buy it here 4. Set Wet Ultimate Hold Hair Gel © Amazon Styling your long hair can be one of the toughest challenges, but not with this gel right here. Apply all over evenly, and style as you wish for a long lasting, non-greasy hold. Price: INR 120/- Buy it here 5. Gatsby Leather Set & Keep Spray © Amazon When there is high humidity in the air, styling your hair gets extremely difficult. What you need is a spray that will hold it effortlessly, without adding too much volume. This one is perfect for such a scenario. Price: INR 190/- Buy it here 6. Beardo Strong Hold Hair Wax © Amazon If you want a hair wax that provides separation, hold and humidity resistance, while maintaining a rock-solid hold, go for this one. Price: INR 178/- Buy it here 7. Ustraa Hair Wax - Wet Look © Amazon Remember when the wet look was a rage? Well, other styles have taken over now, but some of us still want to indulge in that classic aesthetic. Go for this one if you relate. Price: INR 284/- Buy it here
The power of social media is insane, as it is capable of doing everything and anything beyond your imagination. You can find your life partner on a dating site and some people even marry on Skype. So, when 25-year-old Nilesh Khedekar decided to apologise to his girlfriend Shivde, he thought of going old school and tried being unique. The man posted around 300 banners across Pune city saying 'I'm Sorry' hoping for forgiveness. However, instead of being forgiven, the poor guy got arrested and is now liable to pay a fine of 72,000 Rupees. © Twitter People on Twitter are obviously finding this hilarious. Entire World :- Kiki, Do you love me ? Pune :- Shivde, i am Sorry <3 — adida_in (@adida_in) August 18, 2018 Some are even offended! THERE IS NO DEARTH OF MORONS IN INDIA, à¤à¤ à¤¢à¥à¤à¤¢à¥ à¤²à¤¾à¤ à¤®à¤¿à¤²à¥à¤à¤à¥. This bloody loser Lover put "I am sorry Banner" for her girlfriend in Pune at every 300 meter distance.NOTHING WRONG IN IT BUT HE DID IT WITHOUT ANY PERMISSION AND WITHOUT PAYING ANY SINGLE DIMEhttps://t.co/SCZzpzP47b — The Lieberand™ (@Thelullz) August 19, 2018 His intentions might be good behind this gesture, but seems like Shivde is in no mood to forgive!