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'Badluram ka badan': Origins of Indian Army's favourite marching song, and why it retains its iconic status
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'Badluram ka badan': Origins of Indian Army's favourite marching song, and why it retains its iconic status

Badluram, a jawan in the Assam Regiment, died during World War II in Japan when India was still under British rule. The quartermaster was supposed to report deaths of the soldiers to the authorities so that the ration for the slain soldiers be stopped. But he didn’t remove Badluram’s name from the list. Every soldier was entitled to ration (food supplies) and the quartermaster continued to take rations on Badluram's name. Many, however, say he forgot to remove the name.

Brave soldier killed four terrorists before attaining martyrdom
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Brave soldier killed four terrorists before attaining martyrdom

A senior Army official said on Friday that he was injured badly in the encounter as the terrorists who crossed over from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir(PoK) were having a slight height advantage.

And the winners are: Assam Regiment, BSF best marching contingents at Republic Day parade
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And the winners are: Assam Regiment, BSF best marching contingents at Republic Day parade

Assam Regiment has been adjudged the best marching contingent in the services category and Border Security Force among the para-military and other auxiliary forces which took part in 67th Republic Day parade at the Rajpath.

Srinagar attack: Mizoram's martyrs to reach home on Thursday
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Srinagar attack: Mizoram's martyrs to reach home on Thursday

The Mizo soldiers belonged to the Assam Regiment and were deployed in Jammu and Kashmir as Rahstriya Rifles.