Security forces in Kashmir have gunned down Riyaz Naikoo and this killing is being considered as a big achievement for the Indian forces. Naikoo was a known terror face in the valley. This elusive catch was an A++ category terrorist Naikoo quickly rose to be the Hizbul Mujahideen's ‘operational commander'.
Neeraj Chopra has qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. Booking an Olympic berth is a proud moment not only for him but also for the entire nation. Many thought he wouldn’t qualify. Due to his elbow injury, he had missed the IAAF World Championships, the Diamond League and The Asian Championships while recovering from the injury.
The Indian Army has men of real steel! Havildar Anuj Kumar Taliyan is proof of that. Kumar is no less than a desi hulk. He just won gold at the 11th world bodybuilding championship. The event was held in south Korea where Kumar won a gold medal in the 100 plus kg weight category. On November 27, when he returned to India, he received a rousing welcome.
Kishore Kumar served the country for 18 years as part of the Indian Army. Now, even after retiring, he hasn’t stopped serving his nation: he provides free of cost training to those aspiring to join the armed forces. Kumar is training around 80 boys at his coaching center in Karnataka's Shivamogga. His motive is to make the youth aware of the Army’s recruitment rallies
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