Indian army soldiers salute at a war memorial during "Vijay Diwas" (or victory day celebration) in a military garrison in Srinagar July 26, 2012. The Indian army commemorates "Vijay Diwas" annually in memory of more than 500 soldiers who were killed thirteen years ago during a war with Pakistan. The war took place in the mountains of the Kargil and Drass sectors, at the Line of Control or a military ceasefire line, which divided Kashmir between the two south Asian rivals. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: ANNIVERSARY MILITARY POLITICS)
Indian army inducts 323 youths in J&K as soldiers
- Over 300 youths, hailing from different parts of the state, were today inducted as soldiers in Jammu-Kashmir Light Infantry of Army after successfully completing 42-week long training course.
- 323 youth from J&K were inducted into the Army at a passing out parade held at Bana Singh Parade Ground in the Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry (JAKLI) Regimental Centre.