Black Day(Search results - 8)
India22, Oct 2020, 1:28 PM
India will never forget these 6 stories of valour
Over a thousand soldiers martyred, another 3000 injured. The first India-Pakistan war has left a lasting imprint on the nation's mind. Barely two months after independence, on October 22, 1947, Pakistan's proxy raiders backed by its army invaded Jammu and Kashmir to capture it. The raiders plundered and killed hundreds of innocent people before being ruthlessly defeated by the Indian armed forces.
This year, India is observing a black day on October 22 to mark the brutal onslaught that Pakistan unleashed on Kashmir in 1947.
Let's take a look at some of the innumerable stories of sacrifice and bravery that every Indian should be proud of today
Politics31, Oct 2019, 9:40 AM
Should India be worried at Pakistan celebrating black day?
The online website from Pakistan 'Dawn' says that Pakistanis around the world celebrated Black Day. Here's the reason why there is no reason to be worried about it.
India13, Aug 2019, 1:35 PM
Guru Ravidas temple razed in Delhi; Dalits continue to protest in Punjab
The Supreme Court had on August 9 observed that "serious breach" has been committed by the Guru Ravi Das Jayanti Samaroh Samiti by not vacating the forest area as earlier ordered by the court
India10, Jun 2019, 10:29 AM
Situation in Bengal tense as BJP calls for statewide 'Black Day'
The Centre on Sunday had also expressed concern over the "unabated violence" in Bengal. Several party workers from both the BJP and TMC have been allegedly murdered over flaring political tensions
India6, Sep 2018, 6:26 PM
Teachers unpaid for months in Pondicherry, Patna observed Black Day on Teachers' Day
Teachers and staff of government-aided private schools in Pondicherry, near Chennai, boycotted the celebrations demanding the implementation of 7th pay commission recommendations, disbursement of their six months pending salary and pension.