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15 Things Your Father Does For You Which No One Else Can Do In This World For You

Dads are important. Exactly as important as mothers are in a child’s life. Father’s influences the lives of their children tremendously and have critical roles to play in a child’s development. Today we are going to take a moment to recognise how remarkably our dads have helped (and are still helping) to shaping our live.

1. He recounts to you how he met your mother and how he went insanely happy when you were born

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My dad had been recounting these stories to me for several years, over and over and over again.

2. When you were just a small bundle, he often got up for late night feeding, changing diapers, wiping your butt or supervising your potty sessions

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3. Being your greatest teacher, your papa taught you to act with responsibility and take responsibility of your actions

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4. He treated you the way he wanted to be treated when he was a kid – with respect, attention and unfaltering encouragement

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5. He showered his unconditional love for your mother without restraint and basically gave you a guide on ‘how to become the best partner in the world’

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6. He listened when you needed to be heard and learned what the kids wanted/expected from their father
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7. He fed your imagination with ghosts and fairy stories & even made ridiculous noises while reading Jungle Book when you were young

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8. Admit it, you used to love riding on your father’s shoulders (more than any other ride in the park) when you were very young

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9. He coached you in sports, adventures, games and also taught you how to play hide-and-seek

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10. Your father disciplined you when you required to be disciplined

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By doing so he made you accountable, infused consistency and brought balance in your life.

11. Not-to-mention the kick-ass life advises he gives you – “if someone ever touches you where you don’t want them to, crack their skull with your knuckles. I’ll handle the rest.”

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12. No matter how financially capable you become, they are always trying to pay on your behalf

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Me: I got my salary today. Finally I’ll buy the laptop I require for my work.
Dad: Let me buy that to you. I’ve got some money deposited in bank. How will you survive if you have to buy such expensive things?
Me: Dad, I won’t use all my salary.
Dad: No argument, let me buy it to you. I’ve got some money deposited in bank. How will you survive if you have to buy such expensive things?

13. He voices his admiration for you in front of everyone (which can sometimes be very very embarrassing)

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Because he understands the greatness of what you’ve achieved and what more you can do.

14. In the world we live in, fathers set a healthy loving tone for family relationships by respecting you, your brothers and sister and your mother

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This is one of the signs of a truly great father.

15. Since childhood he’s the one who has guided you to see life for what it is and love life for what it is

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Coz you’ve got only one life to live! Be thankful to your father.
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What These Japanese Cleaners Do Is Miracle @ Bullet Train

About 323 Shinkansen bullet trains depart Tokyo station daily, transporting about 400,000 passengers every day, and the super cleaning crew only need 7 minutes to make you a comfortable journey.

Dateline Tokyo journalist Charli James went behind the scenes with the Shinkansen bullet train cleaning crew to film their “7-Minute Miracle” turnaround.

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திலீபன் காவல்துறையில் உதவி ஆய்வாளர்

கோடியில் ஒருவர்.........
 
கலக்கல் உதவி ஆய்வாளர்....

பெயர் : திலீபன்.....

இவர் காவல்துறையில் உதவி ஆய்வாளராக பணியாற்றி வ்ருகிறார்....

நேர்மை.....மட்டுமே இவரது +++++++

இவர் வேலைக்கு சேர்ந்து மிகக்குறைந்த சர்வீஸ் காலத்தில் மிக் அதிகமான இட மாற்தல்களை பெற்றவர் இதுவைர் இவர் பெற்ற இட மாறுதல்கள்...

Avinashi --- 6 months
Sendamaram --- 18 days
AR palai --- 30 days
Sencottai --- 22 days
AR palai --- 2 days
Sencottai --- 24 days
SUSPENSION --- 33 DAYS
Kovilpatti (west) --- 58 days
tuticorin(central) --- 1 day
thalamuthunagar --- 93 days.
tuticorin (central) --- 136 days.....
Thiruchendur --- 253 days
AR tuty --- 13 days
Thiruchendur --- from 13.12.14
just now he was working in
ettayapuram p.s

இவர் சேர்ந்தமரத்தில் பணியில் சேர்ந்தபோதில் இருந்து கடைபிடித்துவரும் நேர்மையும் கண்டிப்புமே அதிகாரிகளின் எரிச்ச்லுக்கு காரணமாகி பல முறை இடமாறுத்ல் பெற்றதற்கு காரணம் என தகவ்ல்கள் வருகின்றன ...

 

இவர் செங்கோட்டையில் பணியாற்றியபோது அங்கு நடை பெற்ற சுவாரசியமான நிகழ்வுகள் இவரைப்பற்ரி தெரியப்படுத்தும் அது உங்களுக்காக இவரைபற்றி குமுதம் ரிப்போர்ட்டரில் வெளிவந்த கட்டுரையில் உள்ளது கண்டிப்பாக படிக்க அதை படித்தால் இவரைப்பற்ரி தெரியும்...... இவர் செங்கோட்டையை விட்டு மாற்றப்பட்ட போது செங்கோட்டையில் கேக் வெட்டி , வெடி வெடித்து கொண்டாட்டங்களை சிலர் நிகத்தியது இவர் நேர்மைக்கும் கண்டிப்புக்கும் கிடைத்த பரிசு.....

 
இப்ப ஹை லைக்டா இவர் பண்னியது ....

பல காவல் நிலையங்களில் திருடு போய் கண்டுபிடித்த
நகைகளில் பாதிக்கும் குறைவாக வழங்கும் பல அதிகாரிகளுக்கு மத்தியில் .....
 
நேற்று எட்டையபுரம் பகுதியில் நடைபெற்ற விபத்தில் ஓட்டுனர் மரணமடைய அவருடன் வந்தவர்கள் படுகாயமடைந்தனர் தகவலறிந்து சென்ற திலீபன் அதிர்ச்சியிலும் விபத்தில் சிக்கிய வாகனத்தில் இருந்த 100 சவரன் நகை (தற்போதைய மதிப்பு சுமார் 20 லட்சத்திற்கும் மேல் ) ம்ற்றும் 7 ஆயிரம் பணத்தை கைப்பற்றி மறு நாள் விபத்தில் இறந்தவரின் மரு மகனை அழைத்து ஒப்படைத்துள்ளார் ஒரு குண்டுமணி குறையாமல்...

என்ன செய்யலாம் இவரை ......
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Meet the 'Rajinikant' of auto-rickshaw drivers "Sandeep Bachche"

Sandeep Bachche is not just another auto-driver but the owner of a feature-laden auto even James Bond would be proud of. Plus, he has a heart of gold, donates part of his earnings to charity and is famous even among Bollywood stars.
Here is what makes him and his auto famous -


- pictures of national heroes on his windshield.

- description of all the features of his auto on the back

- a payphone for local and STD calls mounted next to his meter.

- wi-fi facility

- a TV screen

- daily newspapers

- currency rates, gold and silver rates, stock exchange values, weather forecast, day and date and even the sunrise, sunset, moonrise and moonset times displayed


- a well-equipped first-aid kit

- he does not charge anything from people going to hospitals

- posters that give public service messages

- a donation box (all money goes to cancer relief)

- Senior citizens get special rates and handicapped travellers get a fifty percent discount

- In addition, he donates two rupees per trip to charity.
Bachche's charity began after he lost his mother to illness. He realised that there were other people around him who were far unhappier than he was, and donating small amounts to the needy gave him lots of happiness. Slowly, he made it his passion, and that's how it all began.
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Narendra Kumar Patni Founder Patni Computer Systems (Acquired by IGATE)


Very few get to herald a new era of entrepreneurship; of these people, the number of those who went on to carve a niche for themselves in the annals of history is fewer still. Especially, in a country where enterprise activities were predominantly centred on agri and agri-based products and services, Mr. Narendra Patni pioneered the beginning of the software services industry – outsourcing – to be precise.

Much later, this proved to be the platform for over scores of thousands of entities – small and big – to start, flourish, and prosper in what would eventually be termed as the process outsourcing industry. Although the practice wasn’t exactly what Naren (as his closed associates would call him) had endeavoured and started, this off-shoot of outsourcing (as envisioned by Mr. Patni) actually spurred on other entrepreneurs to so ostensibly create demand for a new type of skills-set that India’s Youth Dividend provided – which came at a fairly economic price and which offered the option to meet this demand that was created.


Patni Computer Systems, the brain-child of Mr. Narendra Patni, at the time proved to be the fertile place for some of India’s greatest business leaders of the future, as indeed the prelude to the inception of Infosys -that would eventually become one of the prominent IT services company in the world.

Early days and Education
Mr. Patni was born into a Marwari Jain family in 1943. In a sort of digression from what one would associate as a vocational activity in the traditional Marwari milieu - in the first or second decade of India’s independence- Narendra opted to become an engineer. What’s more, he had his proper technological grounding at the Roorkee Engineering College (which was later renamed to be known as the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology – IIT Roorkee) where he pursued and completed electrical engineering.
Right after completing his engineering, he enrolled for a masters in electrical engineering at the world renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), from where he also went on complete another masters - in business management at the Sloan School of Management.

The spark, start, flight, and take-over
While the zest to succeed was evident from his education plans and choice of career, the spark that that led to the founding of PCS eventually was his tryst some inspiring folks as well as some like-minded, enterprising Indian brethren who had also been at MIT at the time.

It can be safely said the one who had the most influence on young Narendra was Mr. Jay Wright Forrester – one of legends of modern computing- who taught Industrial Dynamics at MIT. The course dealt with using computer simulations to solve business problems. This had a lasting impact on Mr. Forrester’s enthusiastic and creative pupil.

Apart from Mr. Forrester, there were also others like Lalit S. Kanodia (Founder & Chairman, Datamatics Global Services) and Arun Firodia (Founder, Kinetic Group) at MIT – with whom Narendra interacted, who had noticed the spark early on as he was found to be always a little ahead of the others when it comes to everything computer related. Not only that, Narendra was also known to have actively participated in all the community events organised by the Indian students’ association at MIT.

All these combined and started to shape the entrepreneur in Narendra.

But before the entrepreneur Narendra had expressed himself, there were professional stints and associations which allowed him to gain practical insights and business perspectives that would prove so path-breaking for him and for his motherland.

After completing his masters in 1969, he started working with Asia Pacific Capital (HK) limited as advisor, followed by jobs at the US Trust Company of New York and Arthur D. Little Inc. (as a consultant). Not long after, he was hired by Mr. Jay W. Forrester, as President of the Forrester Consulting Group – the company founded by him. This was testimony to the fact that Mr. Forrester had spotted the spark in Narendra during their time together at MIT (as teacher and pupil respectively).

These associations facilitated for Narendra great hands-on experience of the consulting business which essentially involved outsourcing of work.

The astute Narendra, building on the experience thus gained, saw a great business opportunity in data conversion work. The basis of approach was that he considered it as something that could be done back home in India where low wages offered him the luxury of staying very competitive.

The start
After having made up his mind, the enterprising self of Narendra started to express itself not so long after his job stints. In September of 1972, with help, support, and encouragement of his wife Poonam, he started a company in a small apartment that would offer data conversion services. It was called “Data Conversion Inc.” It worked well enough for the couple to encourage them to open an office in Pune with 20 employees – to augment hands that would help complete the work they were getting.

After half-a-decade or so later, and after having tasted success with their all-new business model /approach, Narendra decided to expand and go full-fledged into the IT services outsourcing business.
Since doing that entailed greater involvement and stake-holding, he brought in his brothers Ashok and Gajendra – who were both technocrats themselves. This augured well, and in the year 1972, Patni Computer Systems (PCS) was founded by the brothers.

The flight
In the initial days, the newly founded company sold Data General’s mini-computers while the other company Data Conversion Inc. (later renamed as Patni Americas) continued in the field of data conversion. But, Narendra, being the tech-savvy, creative person, and visionary he was, wanted the company take up software development services.

Thus, PCS hired a young engineer Narayan Murthy and entrusted him with the responsibility of heading PCS’ software division. Murthy did his bit in the growth of the company by bringing in S Gopalkrishnan, Nandan Nilekani and five others who contributed to success of the company to become the premier provider of software services. The same group of employees hired by Murthy along with himself would go on to found Infosys, which has since become a top technology services company of the world. When at the peak, PCS employed over 15,000 employees in 23 offices with presence in many countries of the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. The company’s off-shore development centers were located in eight Indian cities. The company listed was on the New York Stock Exchange in 2006.

The problems & take-over
Ironical as it may sound, but that fact remains that while Infosys, the company founded by the very same people who helped PCS grow, capitalized on the business opportunity presented by the turn of the century – with the Y2K situation and the avenues it opened up for it and a host of others that had sprung up in the years subsequent to Infosys’ inception, PCS did not. It let the opportunity slip-by. Moreover, the internal squabbles within the company – especially the brothers- also contributed to the continued stagnancy that PCS went through. As a result, when others went to become blue-chip companies and crossed the billion dollar marks, PCS struggled and remained a sub-billion dollar company.

Further, the company was split into two – hardware and a software division which apparently made it difficult to manage and consequently lead to corporate chaos. Apart from that, the problem seemed to have been compounded by the decision to bring in General Atlantic as investors – as it gave little control to Narendra over the functioning of the company.

The rumbling in the top echelons of the company, helped a much smaller entity called iGate to sense a great opportunity to acquire PCS, which it did in May 2011 for a reported deal of $1.2 billion – much to the disappointment of Narendra Patni. While he served as Chairman of iGate upto 2011 (was CEO of PCS upto 2009), he just didn’t like the fact that PCS was brought to a situation where it was took-over by a much smaller company whereas ideally it should have been the other way round.

Family
Narendra was married to Poonam and has two children, son Anirudh and daughter Ambika. The family lived in Boston. Anirudh runs a company that was floated under the guidance of his father Narendra. The doyen of the Indian information technology industry in the true sense often referred to as the “poster boy of Indian outsourcing” died of a cardiac arrest in June 2014. He was 71.

Awards and Accolades
The Indian Institute of Technology (Roorkee) honoured Narendra Kumar Patni with the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2008. He awarded for Corporate Development, Administration and Entrepreneurship.
Featured among India’s Richest 40 list of 2005 published by Forbes – was ranked 37th with an estimated net worth of $650 million.
Often referred to as the father of the Indian outsourcing industry
(This is our tribute to the late Narendra K Patni - the doyen of the Indian IT industry in the true sense. Often referred to as the IT guru of India, Mr. Patni will forever be remembered as the man who paved the way for a really global India - even if it was ever so inadvertently. The write-up tries to have a sneak-peek into his persona (life, work, PCS and later).
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நேர்மையாக இருக்க முயல்வது ஒரு போராட்டம்

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ஒரு மிகப்பெரிய நிறுவனத்தின் முதலாளி தனக்கு வயதாகி விட்டதால் அவர் நிறுவனத்தின் பொறுப்பை அவரிடம் வேலை செய்யும் ஒரு திறமையானவரிடம் ஒப்படைக்க முடிவு செய்தார். எல்லாரும் தன் அறைக்கு வருமாறு கட்டளை இட்டார்.
உங்களில் ஒருவர் தான் என் நிறுவனத்தின் பொறுப்பை ஏற்க வேண்டும், அதனால் உங்களுக்கு ஒரு போட்டி வைக்க போகிறேன். யார் வெற்றியடைகிறார்களோ அவர் தான் அடுத்த மேலாளர் என்றார்.
என் கையில் ஏராளமான விதைகள் இருக்கின்றன இதை ஆளுக்கு ஒன்று கொடுப்பேன். இதை நீங்கள் உங்கள் வீட்டில் ஒரு தொட்டியில் நட்டு, உரம் இட்டு தண்ணீர் ஊற்றி நன்றாக வளர்த்து அடுத்த வருடம் என்னிடம் காட்ட வேண்டும். யார் செடி நன்றாக வளர்ந்து இருக்கிறதோ அவரே என் கம்பெனியின் பொறுப்பை ஏற்க வேண்டும் என்றார்.
அனைவரும் ஆளுக்கு ஒரு விதை வாங்கி சென்றனர். அந்த கம்பெனியில் வேலை செய்யும் ராமுவும் ஒரு விதை வாங்கி சென்றான். தன் மனைவியிடம் முதலாளி சொன்ன அனைத்தையும் சொன்னான். அவன் மனைவி தொட்டியும் உரம் தண்ணீர் எல்லாம் அவனுக்கு கொடுத்து அந்த விதையை நடுவதற்க்கு உதவி செய்தாள்.
ஒரு வாரம் கழிந்தது நிறுவனதில் இருக்கும் அனைவரும் தங்கள் தொட்டியில் செடி வளர ஆரம்பித்து விட்டது என்று பேசிக்கொள்ள ஆரம்பித்தனர். ஆனால் ராமுவின் தொட்டியில் செடி இன்னும் வளரவே ஆரம்பிக்கவில்லை.
ஒரு மாதம் ஆனது செடி வளரவில்லை, நாட்கள் உருண்டோடின ஆறு மாதங்கள் ஆனது அப்பொழுதும் அவன் தொட்டியில் செடி வளரவே இல்லை. நான் விதையை வீணாக்கிவிட்டேனா என்று புலம்பினான் ஆனால் தினந்தோறும் செடிக்கு தண்ணீர் ஊற்றுவதை நிறுத்தவில்லை. தன் தொட்டியில் செடி வளரவில்லை என்று அலுவலகத்தில் யாரிடமும் சொல்லவில்லை.
ஒரு வருடம் முடிந்து விட்டது எல்லாரும் தொட்டிகளை முதலாளியிடம் காட்டுவதற்காக எடுத்து வந்தார்கள். ராமு தன் மனைவியிடம் காலி தொட்டியை நான் எடுத்து போகமாட்டேன் என்று சொன்னான். அவன் மனைவி அவனை சமாதானப்படுத்தி நீங்கள் ஒரு வருடம் முழுக்க உங்கள் முதலாளி சொன்ன மாதிரி செய்தீர்கள். செடி வளராததற்கு நீங்கள் வருந்த வேண்டியதில்லை. நேர்மையாக நடந்து கொள்ளுங்கள் தொட்டியை எடுத்து சென்று முதலாளியிடம் காட்டுங்கள் என்றாள்.
ராமுவும் காலி தொட்டியை அலுவலகத்திற்-க்கு எடுத்து சென்றான். எல்லார் தொட்டியையும் பார்த்தான் விதவிதமான செடிகள் ஒவ்வொன்றும் ஒவ்வொரு உயரத்தில் இருந்தன. இவன் தொட்டியை பார்த்த அனைவரும் சிரிக்க ஆரம்பித்தனர்.
முதலாளி எல்லாரையும் தன்னுடைய அறைக்கு வருமாறு சொன்னார். அருமை எல்லாரும் செம்மையாக செடியை வளர்த்து உள்ளீர்கள் உங்களில் ஒருவர் தான் இன்று பொறுப்பு ஏத்துகொள்ளபோகறீர்கள் என்றார். எல்லாருடைய செடியையும் பார்வை இட்டார். ராமு கடைசி வரிசையில் நின்றிருந்தான் அவனை அருகே வருமாறு அழைத்தார்.
ராமு தன்னை வேலையை விட்டு நீக்கத்தான் கூப்பிடுகிறார் என்று பயந்து கொண்டே சென்றான். முதலாளி ராமுவிடம் உன் செடி எங்கே என்று கேட்டார். ஒரு வருடமாக அந்த விதையை நட்டு உரமிட்டு தண்ணீர் விட்டதை விலாவாரியாக சொன்னான்.
முதலாளி ராமுவை தவிர அனைவரும் உட்காருங்கள் என்றார். பிறகு ராமு தோளில் கையை போட்டுகொண்டு நமது கம்பெனியின் நிர்வாகத்தை ஏற்று நடத்தப் போகிறவர் இவர்தான் என்றார். ராமுவுக்கு ஒரே அதிர்ச்சி தன் தொட்டியில் செடி வளரவே இல்லை பிறகு ஏன் நமக்கு இந்த பொறுப்பை கொடுக்கிறார் என்று குழம்பிபோனார்.
சென்ற வருடம் நான் உங்கள் ஆளுக்கு ஒரு விதை கொடுத்து வளர்க்க சொன்னேன் அல்லவா அது அனைத்தும் அவிக்கப்பட்ட விதைகள் [Boiled seeds]. அந்த விதைகள் அவிக்கப்பட்டதால் அது முளைக்க இயலாது. நீங்கள் அனைவரும் நான் கொடுத்த விதை முளைக்காததால் அதற்கு பதில் வேறு ஒரு விதையை நட்டு வளர்த்து கொண்டு வந்தீர்கள். ராமு மட்டுமே நேர்மையாக நடந்து கொண்டான், ஆகவே அவனே என் நிறுவனத்தை நிர்வாகிக்க தகுதியானவன் என்றார்.
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15 Things Every Indian Soldier Goes Through In Their Life Which Will Destroy Your Thinking

“We are forlorn like children, and experienced like old men, we are crude and sorrowful and superficial…..”  ― Erich Maria Remarque

Soldiers are the only lot that actually deserve the name ‘hero’. There is no country without an army and there’s no army without its soldiers. Let us take a moment in our busy little lives and think over the kind of experiences an Indian soldier has to go through in his/her life.

1. They are awestruck, overwhelmed, proud and happy (all bundled up together) at the first sight of the army academy

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2. And then almost immediately it’s time for the traumatic haircut that breaks their heart into millions of pieces

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Years and years of effort and expensive products crusing down the drain in a couple of minutes. I feel for you dude, but trust me, it’s worth it!

3. The stages of training that an Indian soldier goes through are more gruelling and bone crushing then you can ever imagine

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Starting from early morning soldiers are initiated into intense physical and psychological training. The idea is to make them tougher, faster and more efficient. And the immediate goal is to habituate the soldiers into being physically and mentally alert at all goddamn times.

4. When they finally make it to battle field, they unanimously chant – “If death strikes before I prove my blood, I promise, I will kill death”

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To put things in perspective, let me recount to you the story of a man – Jaswant Singh Rawat – who single-handedly baffled 300 Chinese soldiers. During the Indo-Chinese war in 1962 when Jaswant’s entire company retreated at the face of advancing Chinese army, he insisted on staying back.With the help of 2 Monpa tribal girls he kept the chinese army at bay for 3 whole days. When they eventually found out that they were being fooled by a single Indian soldier, they captured him. But by then Jaswant had shot himself in the head. We are proud of you lads!

5. And then comes the saddest of experiences when a soldier loses a comrade

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6. Death, destruction, blood, wound, bullet holes – these images haunt them for as long as they live

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7. Returning troops often suffer depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (aka PTSD) resulting from the horrible ordeal they’ve gone through in the battlefield

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For war veterans PTSD occurs from traumatic incidents like mugging, being tortured, raped or being held captive. Soldiers suffering from PTSD become emotionally numb and are often driven to committing suicide. Poor souls!

8. The experience of washing away the unbearable guilt of having killed someone for the first time is something we’ll never know

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But our dear soldiers understand that back home their loved one’s are counting on them, to keep them safe and sound.

9. So, off they go, marching to the front once again, vowing that they’ll return, either victorious or wrapped in the tricolour

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10. And then one day they experience the joy of saving a comrade

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11. For an Indian soldier, the stars on their shoulder are way too magnificent than the one’s in the distant sky

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12. Letters become a significant part of their lives and the lives of their families

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13. No matter what hardship they face, every time they view the DLTGH (days left to go home) marked on the calendar, their heart melts

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14. Joys of returning home alive, to love, to embrace and to live is something most of us will never truly understand the way soldiers do

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15. And no matter how happy and comfortable they are, no matter how much they love being home, when the motherland calls, they’ll rise without hesitation and march again to save the country

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Long live the Indian soldiers!

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