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IPS Association Nov 7
An CO openly threatening civil authorities in deserves condemnation. Unlike him, Civil Authorities acted with maturity and lived up to the Sardar's advice, "A policeman who loses his cool ceases to be a police officer".
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Rajeev Chandrasekhar 🇮🇳 Dec 1
The aftr prejudging bfr investigatn now questns rule of law n courts! 🤔 IAS sits in judgement of the Armedforces n now Courts! Its upto many young/committd of IAS to restore credibilty of this vital part of ‘s governance
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Naja Tayem Sep 10
Walking,hangout n chilling with friends in ,
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Press Trust of India 5 Apr 17
India has never used me against China: the in .
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Youth Ki Awaaz 🌈 Nov 8
What really happened when Indian Army’s Arunachal Scouts personnel were seen vandalising a Police station in Arunachal Pradesh’s as well as an officer issuing threat statement to a police officer?
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Bon Pete Nov 10
Row: "We Forget, All Public Servants Serve the Same Flag & contribute to nationhood in their own unique ways": Major writes in his most recent engaging article focusing the "Mutual Respect Needed Between Army & Civil Servants"
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Karma Paljor Nov 21
The price people of Arunachal Pradesh pay for being true patriots. Earlier police in were threatened by an army officer and now villagers beaten mercilessly and shoved painkillers post! Leaders profess love only in speeches ! Their silence is deafening
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Krishna Kant Sharma Nov 10
"The larger question of civil military relations also needs a re-look." A balanced and nuanced piece on the incident by All the 3 services need to introspect and work together.
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Harpreet Nov 19
A wonderful take by Gen on the recent incident. The last para aptly sums it up - let this be a catalyst to holistically revisit the issue of Civil Military Relations in the country. Worth a read
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Kailash Kher 6 Nov 17
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Col Ashok; Veteran Nov 8
Have you noticed? why did used word 'Republic is In Danger' to scare politcians to show a non-existing ghost of Coup? Yhi to Khel hai? sustain a Coup Phobia againt a professional and loyal Military. Motive? to be parter in crime of loot?
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औरंगज़ेब🇮🇳 Nov 6
You cant expect COs to win war for you and be an impotent goat when two of his men are beaten mercilessly by policemen. The high headedness of police needs to be curbed. CO was very right in his actions
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Mohit Chauhan Oct 30
Thank you ji. I've now performed in twice, last year at n thz year in Must say d love I get in ur state is beyond words. Am indebted 4 that affection. N n I shall carry d story of Arunachal's hospitality wherever in d world we go!
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The Obzerver Nov 7
Dear Why don't you stand up for your officers in West Bengal instead of shielding the wilful defaulters of The CO is just calling out the incompetence of your SHO
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vivek solanki Nov 8
I agree with your points . Now the truth is in open. It is police who manhandled the Army.
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MyNation Nov 9
In the ongoing tussle over a scuffle between the troops of an unit & policemen in ’s , it has emerged that the police personnel had violated legal procedures by detaining two soldiers and also beating them up in lockup.
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Pema Khandu Sep 14
Let us imbibe or the passion to serve for the love to flourish. Visited District Hospital in today and distributed fruits to the patients as part of to celebrate the 69th birthday of Hon'ble PM Shri Ji.
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Pema Khandu Sep 13
Inaugurated the Arunachal Pradesh State Cooperative Apex Bank building this evening at during my whirlwind tour of district. I hope the bank will keep customer satisfaction on priority and explore more on cashless transactions.
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Holiday Scout Sep 8
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Meghna Girish Jan 29
Our young soldiers never let us down. Fought and upheld honour under all odds. 'The War saw a failure of Military and Political Leadership of the Country'. Today, Shaheed Diwas, listen to soldiers who saved our democracy.
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