Indian Army Recruitment 2021: There is a golden opportunity for those who are looking forward to serve in the Indian Army. The Indian Army has brought out a notification of recruitment for about 90 vacancies for the Indian Army 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme (TES) 45 Recruitment 2021 for the July session of this year. Candidates who want to apply for the vacancies in the Indian Army can do so through the official website: joinindianarmy.nic.in. Interested candidates should know that they should submit their online application for the 10+2 TES 45 Recruitment 2021 by March 2, 2021. Only those candidates who have the 12th pass certificate that is those who have cleared their 10+2 exams with the PCM (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) subjects are eligible to apply for the TES vacancies in the Indian army. Candidates who get selected through the recruitment cycle will be joining as permanent commission in the army after four years of basic military training followed by … [Read more...] about Indian Army releases notification for 90 posts, 12th pass candidates can apply before this date
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Next Arthur J Pais In 1941, at the height of the Second World War, Subhas Chandra Bose went to Germany to seek Adolf Hitler's help in organising an Indian army to fight their common enemy, England . In the third part of his four-part interview to Arthur Pais, biographer Sugata Bose talks about Netaji's time in Europe . Part I: Grand nephew turns Netaji's biographer Part II: 'Netaji had a romantic, deeply emotional side to him' L et us talk about Netaji in Europe , and his outlook towards people of different religious and ethnic backgrounds. In the 1940s, Subhas Chandra Bose gave up his earlier inhibitions about meat and other food restrictions and so on, but remained essentially the same man in terms of his values. His biggest achievement in public life was to bring about the unity all of the religious communities of India: Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians. Mahatma Gandhi also brought about … [Read more...] about ‘Netaji was able to both respect and transcend religious differences’
Image: A visitor looks at a picture of Subhas Chandra Bose at a museum in Kolkata. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters 'The non-violent movement would not have brought freedom to the country, that had to be an armed struggle.' C handra Kumar Bose is Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's grand nephew. After the Narendra Modi government declassified 100 files on Netaji, C K Bose joined the Bharatiya Janata Party, raising eyebrows why a descendant of Netaji, who was once a president of the Indian National Congress, would join a party that is opposed to the Congress. C K Bose (seen, below left, with BJP President Amit Shah) spoke to Syed Firdaus Ashraf/ Rediff.com about why he had joined the BJP and the controversies swirling around the declassification of the Netaji files. Why did you join the BJP? Subhas Chandra Bose was one of the first nationalists of India. I can say the BJP is a nationalist party. Joining a party obviously cannot be for one or two reasons, it has … [Read more...] about ‘Netaji was the reason why the British left India’
Next O ver six decades after his death, freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose remains one of the most intriguing figures of India's Independence struggle. In his recently released book His Majesty's Opponent , Harvard historian and Netaji's grand nephew Sugata Bose chronicles his fascinating life, revealing some little known facts about the great leader and revisiting some of the most landmark events of his life. Here's the chat transcript: V asks: Why did Netaji resign from the Congress presidentship even after he won against Jawaharlal Nehru. Wasn't it an emotion decision and a bad one at that? Sugata Bose says: Netaji resigned because Mahatma Gandhi would not suggest names for the Congress Working Committee as required by a resolution passed at the Tripuri Congress. As he put it, he resigned in a helpful spirit. It may have been partly an emotional decision, but it paved the way for him becoming Netaji by raising the Indian National … [Read more...] about ‘Netaji would have done his best to stop partition’
The debate on Sardar Patel’s legacy is less about the Sardar and more about the acute sense of threat felt by the Delhi establishment at the rise of Narendra Modi and questions he has raised about the disproportionate share of credit given to a single family, says Colonel (retd) Anil Athale. T he recent fracas over Sardar Patel’s legacy and the unease amongst the defenders of the dynasty (themselves members of minor dynasties) triggered a childhood memory of a text book lesson on India’s first prime minister. The textbooks, to highlight the hardships suffered by Nehru in going to jail, informed us that the Nehru family was so rich that Motilal Nehru, Jawaharlal’s father; used to send his laundry to Paris! Just to confirm, this author checked with contemporaries and even some younger generation persons and all of them remember this bit! One wonders if this genuine example of unadulterated sycophancy is still part of the NCERT text books! Readers of this column can help in this … [Read more...] about The legacy of Sardar Patel: History as a political football!