Indo-Tibetan Border Police personnel celebrate personnel
Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel with the national flag celebrating Republic Day at 17000 feet in snow today. The temperature in Ladakh at present is minus 20 degrees Celsius. 'Himveers' chanting 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and 'Vande Mataram'.
Mumbai: Sanjeev Mittal, General Manager of Central Railway unfurls the national flag at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
PM Modi arrives at the National War Memorial at India Gate
Delhi: PM Modi arrives at the National War Memorial at India Gate. The PM is received by the Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, the first ever Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat, Army Chief Gen Naravane, Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh, Air Force Chief Air Marshal RKS Bhaduria.
PM Modi lays wreath at National War Memorial
Delhi: PM Modi leads the nation in paying tributes to the fallen soldiers, by laying a wreath at National War Memorial. Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat, Army Chief Gen Naravane, Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh, Air Force Chief Air Marshal RKS Bhaduria present
PM Modi arrives at Rajpath
Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at Rajpath where Republic Day parade will begin shortly.
Manmohan Singh, CJI SA Bobde, Om Birla, others at Rajpath
Delhi: Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh, his wife Gursharan Kaur, Chief Justice of India Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and others at Rajpath for Republic Day celebrations.
Lieutenant General Asit Mistry lead this year's R-Day parade
Delhi: This year's Republic Day parade is led by the Parade Commander, Lieutenant General Asit Mistry, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, Sena Medal, Vishisht Seva Medal, General Officer Commanding, Headquarters Delhi Area
Capt. Tania Shergill leads all-men marching contingent at R-Day parade
Delhi: The marching contingent of the Corps of Signals is led by Captain Tanya Shergil, a fourth generation Army Officer. The motto of the Corps is “Teevra Chaukas”
Display of strength by Indian Army at R-Day parade
Military vehicles and tableaux rolled down Rajpath on a chilly but sunny Sunday morning as India celebrated its 71st Republic Day.
Odisha tableau shows the Rukuna Ratha Yatra of Lord Lingaraja
Delhi: The tableau of Odisha shows the Rukuna Ratha Yatra of Lord Lingaraja.
Tableau of Himachal Pradesh showcases the Kullu Dussehra festival
Delhi: Tableau of Himachal Pradesh showcases the Kullu Dussehra festival and the tableau of Madhya Pradesh depicts the Tribal Museum of state.
Telangana tableaux depicts Bathukamma, Telangana tableaux depicts Bathukamma, a floral festival of the state
Delhi: Telangana tableaux depicts Bathukamma, a floral festival of the state and tableaux of Assam depicts bamboo and cane crafts from the state.
Tableau of Rajasthan showcases the architectural and cultural heritage of Jaipur
Delhi: Tableau of Rajasthan showcases the architectural and cultural heritage of capital city Jaipur.https://twitter.com/ANI/status/1221299883522412545?s=20
Gujarat's Republic Day tableau represents architectural wonder 'Rani ki Vav'
Delhi: The tableau of Gujarat showcased 'Rani ki Vav - Jal Mandir', a unique piece of ancient Indian architectural style and craftsmanship located in the city of Patan. It is the only step-well declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
CRPF women bikers showcase daredevilry at R-Day parade
Delhi: Women bikers of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) named as 'CRPF Women Daredevils' showcased their daring stunts at India's 71st Republic Day parade.Leading the Dare Devils was Inspector Seema Nag, who was seen saluting while standing atop a moving motorcycle. Head Constable Meena Chaudhary displayed the ready position to fire two 9mm pistols in both her hands while balancing herself amazingly on her motorcycle.CRPF women bikers showcase daredevilry at R-Day parade
Marching contingent of Corps of Army Air Defence makes R-day parade debut
Delhi: The marching contingent of the Corps of Army Air Defence on Sunday made its debut on Rajpath during the 71st Republic Day parade.The marching contingent of the Corps of Army Air Defence, was led by Capt Vikas Kumar Sahu of Army Air Defence Centre. The history of the Corps of Army Air Defence dates back to 1940 when the No. 1 Technical Training Battery was raised. By 1943 as many as 33 Anti-Aircraft regiments were raised and seven Anti-Aircraft brigades were deployed in India.