Friday, March 15, 2013

Watch Indian Army Chief Speak Live At India Today Conclave

Indian Chief of the Army Staff, General Bikram Singh will address a session at the India Today Conclave 2013 starting Friday. His session is at 12PM on Friday (today) and is on India's preparedness for war, and the Army's role in nation-building. The General's speech and the following interaction with the audience will be live on HEADLINES TODAY starting 12PM. If you don't have access to the channel, the live stream is here.

7 comments :

Anonymous said...

how omar abdullah... gave the signal to hizb-ul-mujahideen... to kill the 5 crpf jawans... in Jammu & kashmir... after disarming them... this is the same... tactics used by... mughals against... chatrapati shivaji...

Anonymous said...

why should crpf... gaurd the schools... of jammu & kashmir... let the terorrist kill... J&K kids... why indian mothers... wifes... children... suffer for... J&K bastards...

Anonymous said...

becoz j&k is also a part of india

Anonymous said...

But do they accept it? Do one thing, like "TimesNow" Facebook and go through the comments of any post related to J&K and look what th residents have posted about th army and the Indian Governemt.

Dinakar Peri said...

Hey Shiv, thanks I watched the address live. Is there a way if I can get the video? Can you post it on youtube or upload a compressed version. Thanks

Teo T said...

Hi Shiv, brilliant blog- I've only recently come across it and I've been thoroughly enjoying reading through it. You have really interesting reflections on the issues and events of the Indian military. I don't suppose you would consider sharing your work over at Glipho? We are a new social blogging site, and are building a strong, active community of creative writers- our users would love to see your posts. If you like, take a second to check us out at http://glipho.com and see what you think.

Thanks for your time, and keep up the brilliant blog!

All the best,

Teo

Anonymous said...

J&K is not only Kashmir.. It Has Jammu and Ladhakh and we, people from those areas have suffered more and are still more nationalistic than you metro dwellers... Do spare a thought for us, before you call us 'those J&K bastards'. Shame on you for even thinking like that.