62 Cavalry has the dual honour of being the first Armoured Regiment to be raised in independent India, as also the first raised on Tanks. Raising orders were issued on 1st July 1956, and the Regiment was declared fir for war on 31st March 1957.
In the long and glorious history of the Indian Army, Army Post Offices have played a pivotal role in maintaining the morale of the troops. Being a part of the national postal system, Field Post Offices have served as a connecting link between the troops placed in far-flung locations guarding the frontiers and their families back home.
Shri Bishwanath Roy, a veteran freedom fighter was born into a farming family at village Khukhundoo in Deoria district of Uttar Pradesh, on 10th December 1906. Son of Shri Jagat Narain Rai, he got his early education at a village school
The Calcutta Girl’s High School was established in 1856 by Lord Canning, as a boarding school for English speaking girls. Since then it has grown by leaps and bounds under the able guidance of a succession of dedicated educationists.
The Universal Children’s Day, celebrated on 14th November every year, is an occasion to renew our commitment to the cause of children and re-dedicate ourselves to fulfilling their basic needs and rights. The day also coincides with the birthday of India’s first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, fondly called ‘Chacha Nehru’ by...
Religious Society of Don Bosco, called the Salesian Society was established in 1859 by Don Bosco, an Italian priest of the nineteenth century at Voldocco (Italy). In 1872 a similar Society for women, called the Salesian Sisters was formed to look after poor girls. Don Bosco organized his lay collaborators into a Salesian family.
Shri G. Varadaraj was a pioneer of education, business and industry as well as a Parliamentarian. Born to Shri Ganga Naidu on 1st November, 1936 at Coimbatore, Shri G. Varadaraj did his schooling from the Sarva Jana High School in Peelamedu
The full-fledged High Court of Judicature for the Jammu and Kashmir State was established in the year 1928. Earlier, the Ruler of the State (Maharaja) was the final authority in the administration of justice. In the year 1889, the British Government asked the then ruler of the State
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