26 January 2020
26 January 2020 News
Republic Day Parade 2020: India shows off military prowess, cultural diversity; Chinook, Apache choppers, women stunt bikers and more
It was a first at the Republic Day parade 2020 for many - a contingent of Chinook and Apache helicopters, a tri-service formation of three Advanced Light Helicopters and motorcycle stunts by women bikers from the CRPF.
Republic Day: West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar unfurls Tricolour, presides over ceremonial march by armed forces in Kolkata’s Red Road
Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar unfurled the Tricolour and presided over a ceremonial march past by armed forces at Red Road
Republic Day 2020: Rajpath lights up with colourful tableux; Chinook, Apache choppers, women stunt bikers and new weapons showcased
The 71st Republic Day parade at Rajpath on Sunday saw many firsts, including a contingent of Chinook and Apache helicopters, a tri-service formation of three Advanced Light Helicopters and motorcycle stunts by women bikers from the CRPF
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 61st edition of his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat', on Sunday at 6 pm.
Republic Day 2020 Highlights: Parade ends with gravity-defying vertical Charlie by Sukhoi 30 MKI; in a first, Chinook choppers, all-women bike stunts stun audience
Republic Day 2020 Updates: The gravity-defying certical Charlie manoeuvre by the Sukhoi 30MKI brought the Republic Day parade to an end. Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the crowds at Rajpath.
Republic Day marks the completion of India’s transition from the British Raj to an independent republic.
Protestors demonstrating against the amended citizenship law sung the national anthem and read the preamble of the Constitution
Mobile phone services were snapped in Kashmir on Sunday as a precautionary measure for ensuring smooth passage of Republic Day celebrations in the valley, officials said.
Here is how you can download and use WhatsApp stickers this Republic Day.
Ahead of Republic Day parade, Jammu and Kashmir removes word 'Sher-e-Kashmir' from name of gallantry and police medals
The Jammu and Kashmir administration announced a change in nomenclature of police medal for gallantry and police medal for meritorious service, removing the word 'Sher-e-Kashmir'.
Republic Day celebrations 2020: Chief guest Jair Bolsonaro is soft on gun control, ambivalent to environmental concerns
Right-wing nationalist Jair Bolsonaro was sworn in as Brazil's president on 2 January, 2019, has been under fire after his environmental policies led to rapid acceleration in deforestation of the Amazon rainforest
Jair Bolsonaro’s Republic Day visit an opportunity for India and Brazil to put to rest ghost of 1961, forge path to prosperity
Ever since Brazil opposed India’s move in 1961 to liberate Goa from Portuguese rule, the relationship between the two nations have been lukewarm at best and frosty at worst.