Women Empowerment in defence forces🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

First of all i thank to all women who being with me, made my life much awesomeness,drived me to right path in my life.

Girls with dream become women with vision ..Happy womens day..

Women are everywhere today ,leading the front shoulder in shoulder with men in every organisation .The armed force is one such finest organisation in india which gives equal platform to both men and women and to prove themselves.

These Lady Officers Will Motivate You To Join The Indian Army, Navy and Air Force. Women in our defence forces are playing an important role and making us proud time and again.

1)Priya Jhingan-The first lady cadet to join indian army as an officer commissioned on march 6,1993.

2)FLYING OFFICER Avani Chaturvedi becomes the first Indian women to fly a fighter aircraft solo

3)LT.COL Mitali Madhumitha became the first Indian women officer to recieve the sena medal for the gallantry in 2011

4)Wing Commander Pooja Thakur became the first Indian woman officer ever to lead a tri-service guard of honor for a visiting dignitary.who led guard of honour for Obama

5)OTA sword of honour. Capt. Divya Ajith Kumar from chennai,accomplished her army training from Officer’s Training Academy, Chennai. Her father was also an Army Officer. She was only 21, when she completed her training.

6)27 Year Old Sandhya Chauhan is a Rewari Girl. She leads the mixed member contingent of 147 sailors and three officers. She is the first woman from her region to represent Indian Navy on a Republic Day Parade. Her brother was her inspiration as he joined Army in the year 2005.

7)Lieutenant Commander Priya Jeyakumar leads the Indian Navy Contingent of all women officers and cadets.

8)Capt Urvashi Rana of 114 Armoured Engineer Regiment

9)Captain Haobam Bella Devi Unfurls The Flag At Republic Day Celebration. A young Manipuri woman performed the most prestigious duty, of unfurling the flag in the presence of the President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee, PM Narendra Modi. Chief Guest US President Barack Obama and many important dignitaries.

10)Fallen jawan’s wife turns lieutenant. Priya Semwal who was commissioned as an officer into the Corps of the Electrical and Mechanical.

11)Sqd Ldr Shekhawat is the only woman officer of the armed forces to lead a marching contingent twice on Republic Day. Indian Air Force’s all-women contingent marching during the 66th Republic Day Parade at Rajpath in New Delhi.

12)Lieutenant Ganeve Lalji–a young intelligence officer–is set to create history by becoming the first woman to be appointed as a key aide to an Army Commander.

13)Although, in the past, female naval and coast guard officers have been known to spend their entire career doing on-shore duties alone, Asst. Cmdt. Chouksey, 25, has already started sailing.

14)Cmdr Gutta Sowjanya Sree and Lt Vartika Joshi from the Navy and Asst Cmdt Vasundhara Chouksey from the Coast Guard have braved the rough seas between Chennai and Kochi as part of an expedition aboard the INSV Mhadei under the leadership of Commander Dilip Donde.

15)Indian Navy Passing Out Parade May 2015: Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha awarding ‘Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief (South) Gold Medal’ for being adjudged the best woman trainee to Cadet Surabhi Chopra.

16)Indian Army all Women Expedition team to Mt Everest, the highest peak in the world.

17)Lieutenant Colonel Sophia Qureshi has become the first woman officer to lead an Indian Army contingent at a multi-national military exercise.

18)Lieutenant Kiran Shekhawat, Killed in Dornier Crash, is the First Woman Officer to Die in the Line of Duty.

19)Flight LT.Gunjan saxena the first indian women officer to fly in a combat zone during kargil,later she was honoured with shaurya chakra award.

20)Punita Arora, first woman in Indian military to don the rank of Lieutenant General and Vice Marshal

Not only that, but she has been awarded 15 medals in her 36 years of career in Indian Armed Forces which include PVSM, VSM, and SM.

21) Captain Ruchi Sharma is the first operational woman Paratrooper. She is the first lady officer to don the maroon beret and was trained at the para trainning school

வாழ்க தமிழ்

Vazharga INDIA



Mystery of lal bahadur shashthri ‘s death🇮🇳🇮🇳

           Generations have gone but the conspiracy theories revolving shashtri’s death have not ceased..!!😟😟

Where it happened exactly 50 years ago on jan 11 1966!!.. The then 2nd prime minister of india officially died of heart attack in tashkent ,hours after signing a peace agreement with pak president Ayub khan on jan 10,1966.


      Within 1st year of his prime ministership pakistan  waged war against INDIA.  The then president of pakistan Ayub khan underestimated the leadership of lal bahadur shahstri..

Lal bahadur shahsthri the 2nd P.M of INDIA dismantled pakistan’s covert operation named  GIBRALTAR in 1965..

Pak decided to infiltrate Jammu and kashmir with advanced weapons..But M.R.Sashthri unleashed INDIAN ARMY.

Softskill and humble shasthri lead india towards victory…….Pakistan Army surrendered to us on the 22nd day of war


While Indian army marching towards lahore ,Pak president Ayub khan sought UN&Russian intervention.  After great efforts from USA &Russia Shashtri relented and agreed to stop the war.

Inorder to maintain peace security b/w 2 countries Tashken agreement was signed.     This agreement took place at ussr from jan 4-10,1966.Agreement signed around 4p.m on jan 10. This agreement was meant to be stop the war between them.  Hours after signing shashtri the P.M of india died of heart attack.  Shashtri’s sudden death has lead to persistent conspiracy that he was poisoned.

Was Lal Bahadur shashtri poisoned?

  Official claims by the USSR stated that he died of heart attack around 1.30 A.M. Shastriji’s daughter was last one to talk with him.His last words to her was “I am going to have a glass of milk and sleep”.

15 minutes later she was told her father was dead .All his(shashtri)belongings came to back to INDIA ,except his thermol flask from which he had his last drink of milk.Shashtri’s personal doctor M.R. RN.Chungh stated that” he had no previous cardiac eliments and he was physically fit”. Most unlikely that he had a heart attack.

    And then M.R.Shasthri’s body were taken to delhi ,his wife Lalitha shastri was shocked to see his body,she questioned why his body turned blue????why there are some cuts at the abdomen??Shockingly there was no postmortem carried out ..


Once cia agent M.R.Robert revealed that the death of Shashtri and babha(Father of nuclear atomic science) was executed by CIA.They accomplished mission because,shashtri gave green light for nuclear tests and the usa seemed threatened by INDIA emerging as a well developed nuclear state.The interview was published in a book named “CONVERSATION WITH THE CROW”


There was a committe named “Raj naryan ” to provide a documents regarding the conspiracy of shashtri death.But the enquiry didnot provide any conclusion .Two witnesses made their way to enquiry committe at parliament in 1977.One was R.N.Chungh ,shashtri’s personal doctor who accompained him to tashkent.Most surprising thing is  while he was on his way to committe ,he was hit by a moving vehicle and died there with his family.The second witness was Ramnath,his personal servent who was also present with him on his death .Ramnath left his residence to make his way to parliament but he was hit by a vehicle,he lost his legs&memory.

 According to shahstri’s family members ,before his death he told them(“I have been carrying this burdern too long i will  shed it today”)

 In 2009,anuj dhar,author of CIA’S Eye towards south asia ,asked the indian p.m.o under RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT(RTI) Plea about shashtri’s death.PMO Replied that it had a classified document on his death.but they refused to declassify it.They argued that declassifying shashtri’s document may harm foreign relations,create diruption in our country .


  • Shashtri was WAR TIME PM who died suddenly not just in office ,attending a critical summit in a foreign country to discuss end a war.
  •   Yet there continues to be silence on his mysterious death .
  • Was then P.M Was poisoned ?? 51 years since death,no answers for his death.still its a unsolved mystery .

If  the government was to declassify documents on his death, his family and the Indian public may get some substantial evidence or information on how our second premier died.

He led the nation to victory in the 1965 war. His slogan, ‘ Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’, became our war cry. Many twists in the mystery behind his death have taken place since the night of 11th Jan, 1966 in Tashkent.

    Thank you!!!vazhga tamizh ..vazhrga INDIA🇮🇳🇮🇳 Jai hind

    INDO- PAK 1947 WAR🇮🇳

    Date-22 october 1947-1 january 1949

    Location -Kashmir

    Territorial changes-1)Pakistan controls azad kashmir and gilit baltistan

    2)Where as INDIA controls jammu,srinagar,Ladakh,Kashmir valley!.


    •      A)India-1200 killed,3000 wounded
    •     B)Pakistan-6000killed,14500 wounded
    • Kashmir war of 194

    The ideologies of Jawaharlal Nehru and Muhammad Ali Jinnah were poles apart and two different states (Hindu and Muslim) were desperately demanded by both of them. The British demarcated Punjab and Bengal to create a new Islamic country, Pakistan.

    Declared on August 17, 1947, demarcation line between India and Pakistan came to be known as the Radcliffe Line, named after a British lawyer Cyril John Radcliffe. This ‘architect’ of geographical schism who was visiting India for the first time and had almost zero knowledge about Indian history, its wonderful culture and even its map, took only 5 weeks to complete his job which divided a subcontinent covering an area of 450,000 sq. km. with a whopping population of 88 million.

                             Since the very dawn of independence ,Kashmir has been the most contentious issue and a major irritant in the indo-Pak relations  

    Exercising the rights given to the princely native states by the india independence act 1947,The ruler of kashmir ,maharaja hari singh acceded neither to India nor  to pakistan but remained independent.

    The pakistani rulers ,however strongly coveted kashmir as the majority of its population were muslims who they thought wanted accession to pakistan.

    Pakistan ,therefore started pressurise Hari singh and later invaded kashmir.

    India did not moved thier troops as requested by Maharaja singh.

     In order to avoid its direct involvement in attacking J & K, the Pakistani Army deployed tribesmen from the North-West Frontier Province and trained them to make advancement into the Valley. In a tactical move to bring Maharaja Hari Singh under pressure, the Pakistani government imposed sanction on vital supplies like food, cotton, petrol, salt etc. to the state. Obstruction in the flow of essentials, including communication lines, contributed a great deal in crippling Jammu and Kashmir – a state in a deplorable condition with apparently no connection to the outside world.

    As maharaja had no adequate armies to repulse the attack,he asked india for help and with certain condition also agreed to accede to India


    Pakistan launched a full scale invasion of kashmir on 22 october 1947.

    As india had no intention of a similar invasion of pakistan so it had not made any advance planning.

    Srinagar was their main target ,As pak had planned to let it troops cross the borders on oct 22 and then storm sringar by 26 oct.

    As per maharaja request our indian pm jawaharlal nehru the first indiam contigent ,the first sikh battallion landed in kashmir on oct 27.

    The indian troops were immediately airlifted to srinagar.When indian army itself preparing for counter offensive,the pak invadera during first 10 days were advancing towards the srinagar.This was the most critical stage in the war.

    The first major battle was fought on nov 7 1947 at srinagar.The fight continues for more than 24 hrs.The indian army carrying a relentless offensive defeated the enemy ob 14 nov at uri at a distance of 65 kms from srinagar .

    Down to south ,the state army battalions were posted at places like naushera,poonch,jhangar,rajouri,Bhimber,mirpur,kotli, along the state borders.These were encircled by indian army.on nov 19 indian troops captured Naushera,jhangar.And then followed by poonch,kotli,mirpur.

    The greatest battle was however fought on 6feb 1948,A terrible fight ensued in which the indian airforce gave a good account itself.some 2000 pakistanis were killed against 49 indian casualities.Later,on 18 march jhangar were also liberated from enemy.
    On 8 april the indian fighters marched towards Rajouri and occupied it on 13th april.After the fightings in several other hilly tracts of kashmir,relief of poonch was started in sep 1948.

    ATlast un declared ceasefire on jan 1 ,1949 though one third of the kashmir still remained to be liberated from the enemy.


    After protracted negotiations a cease-fire was agreed  by both the countries, which came into effect. 

    The terms of the cease-fire as laid out in a United Nations resolution of 13 August 1948, were adopted by the UN on 5 January 1949. This required Pakistan to withdraw its forces, both regular and irregular, while allowing India to maintain minimum strength of its forces in the state to preserve law and order. 

    On compliance of these conditions a plebiscite was to be held to determine the future of the territory. 

    Indian losses were 1,104 killed and 3,154 wounded,  whereas Pakistani losses were 6,000 killed and 14,000 wounded.India gained control of the two-thirds Kashmir whereas, Pakistan gained roughly one-third of Kashmir.

    Most neutral assessments agree that India was the victor of the war as it was able to successfully defend about two thirds of Kashmir including Kashmir valleyJammu,ladakh.