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Assam Regiment remembers its heroes of 1971 war

Top Indian Army officials on Sunday commemorated the valiant actions of the Assam Regiment in the Chhamb-Akhnoor theatre in the 1971 India-Pakistan war.

Bangladesh`s top court upholds Islamist leader`s death sentence

Bangladesh`s highest court on Tuesday upheld the death sentence of a top Islamist leader and business tycoon for war crimes, clearing the way for his execution within months.

India will remain grateful to Jacob: Modi

PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday paid rich tributes to retired Lt Gen JFR Jacob, who played a key role in the 1971 war, saying "India will always remain grateful to him".

Know more about Lt Gen Jacob, the 1971 Indo-Pak war hero

Know more about Lt Gen Jacob, the 1971 Indo-Pak war hero

Lt Gen JFR Jacob (retd) passed away on Wednesday.

Lt Gen JFR Jacob, 1971 India-Pakistan War hero, passes away at 92

Lt Gen JFR Jacob, 1971 India-Pakistan War hero, passes away at 92

Lt Gen (retd) JFR Jacob, who played a key role in the 1971 war, passed on Wednesday.

Salute to the man who cut off his own leg during 1971 war

Salute to the man who cut off his own leg during 1971 war

Major General Ian Cardozo was injured in the battle of Sylhet in Bangladesh in the 1971 war with Pakistan when he stepped on a landmine.

Navy Day: Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan, PM Modi greet Indian Navy

Today is Indian Navy Day which is celebrated on Indian Navy's victory over Pakistan in 1971. Also homage was paid to all the martyrs who lost their lives for the nation.

Bangladesh hangs two top opposition leaders for war crimes

Bangladesh hangs two top opposition leaders for war crimes

 Bangladesh on Sunday executed two top opposition leaders for war crimes committed during the 1971 war of independence against Pakistan, hours after President Abdul Hamid rejected their mercy petitions.

Bangladesh SC punishes two journalists on contempt charge

 Bangladesh's Supreme Court on Wednesday punished two senior journalists of a leading Bangla daily on contempt charges over publishing an article relating to a 1971 war criminal who was sentenced to death.

Bangladesh upholds opposition politician’s death sentence

Bangladesh`s highest court on Wednesday upheld the death sentence handed down to a top opposition politician for war crimes during the country`s 1971 independence conflict against Pakistan.

54 soldiers missing in wars believed to be in Pakistani custody: India

As many as 54 missing defence personnel of 1965 and 1971 wars are believed to be in custody in Pakistan, the government said on Friday.

Exhibition showcases torture by Pakistani army during 1971 war

Pictures of mounds of rotten human bodies in the villages, thousands of refugees entering into Indian bordering states in from now Bangladesh in 1971 will showcase the barbaric torture perpetrated by the Pakistani army on lakhs of people during a three-day exhibition here.

Security forces recover 1972 war ammunition in Samba

Security forces have dug out ammunition and explosives, including grenades, believed to be left out during India-Pak conflicts in 1971 from the border belt of Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said on Thursday.

DNA: Rumours about Pankaj Singh; a political conspiracy to malign BJP?

Union Home Minister and senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh on Wednesday asserted that all reports about him and his family seeking political favours were baseless .

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Jamaat leader fit for court appearance: Bangladesh authorities

Bangladesh`s prison authorities have said fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami chief Matiur Rahman Nizami was fit for court appearance, 10 days after a special tribunal deferred the verdict on war crimes charges against him due to his sickness.

1971 war shells found in Tripura

Two live mortars dating to the 1971 Bangladesh war have been recovered in Tripura, an official said Tuesday.

Nation salutes 1971 war heroes on `Vijay Divas`

The Nation on Monday paid tribute to its martyred soldiers, on the occasion of the 42nd anniversary of its victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war that resulted in the liberation of East Pakistan now called Bangladesh.

Bangladesh war crimes: BNP MP Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury sentenced to death

Bangladesh war crimes tribunal on Tuesday sentenced an opposition lawmaker to death for his role in 1971 war crimes.

Bangladesh to strip 1971 war criminals of voting rights

The cabinet decided to strip the voting rights of people convicted of "crimes against humanity" during the 1971 liberation war.

Sam Bahadur remembered...

As India remembers Sam Manekshaw on his fifth death anniversary, Zee News pays a tribute to one of the bravest soldiers of the soil.