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For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by SUSHANT KULKAR | Pune | Published: May 20 2016 12:15 am Officials of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission show the newly-installed marble gravestones at the Kirkee War Cemetery Arul Horizon Top News THE MEMORIES and stories of valour of the war heroes live on for ages However the symbols of their memories have to be maintained so that these memories remain etched on our minds With this objective as many as 164 gravestones — at St Sepulchre Cemetery Kirkee New Cemetery and Kirkee War Memorial — of soldiers who laid down their lives in World War I and II have been replaced with new ones between January and May this year Share This Article Related Article There are three major war cemeteries in Pune which have burial or commemorative memorials of soldiers and officers who fought at various places during WWI and WWII The biggest of them all the Kirkee War Memorial located on Mula Road in Khadki has commemorative gravestones of 1678 soldiers who died during WWII and over 1800 of those WWI soldiers This is one of the biggest and best-kept war cemeteries in India and was visited by royal couple of Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall The St Sepulchre Cemetery also called Poona Cemetery located on Solapur Road and Kirkee New Cemetery have 146 and 115 burial gravestones respectively Manoharlal Bahanwal of Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) who is the manager at Kirkee War Cemetery said “Almost all the gravestones are made of a limestone called the Portland Limestone Due to weathering and other effects many of them do not remain in the condition they were in The CWGC has started to replace all such stones that are in bad condition with new ones which are specially manufactured in France Each stone has the name of the soldier date of death name of his battalion or regiment and its insignia engraved on it” Most of the graves and memorials located in Pune are of soldiers of UK the then undivided India then Burma Australia and New Zealand “From January till now our team has replaced 80 gravestones from St Sepulchre Cemetery and over 75 from Kirkee New Cemetery Both these have World War I memorials Nine more gravestones of World War II soldiers in Kirkee War Cemetery have also been replaced The new stones are made of Botticino Marble and they were engraved by an agency in France and shipped to India Till now as many as 1163 gravestones in war cemeteries across India have been replaced with new ones in last few months” Bahanwal added “It is not a very complicated job but doing it gives a feeling that we will keep reminding people of these veterans” said Senthil Kumar who headed the team of masons as he stands next to the two newly-installed gravestones of Lt Col EFW Grellier of Royal Army Medical Corps who died on December 6 1944 at the age of 58 and Warrant Officer RH Strachan of Royal Australian Air Force who died on January 6 in 1945 at the age of 26 Bahanwal added “The CWGC is now aiming to woo visitors especially daughters sons granddaughters and grandsons of these soldiers as almost all the widows have passed away” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Gurgaon | Published: January 6 2017 3:30 am Top News Officials posted at the Kherki Daula toll booth in Gurgaon have registered a case against several residents of the nearby Rampura village after the two groups got into an altercation leading to a scuffle late Wednesday night In the complaint submitted to Yashpal Yadav the Station House Officer (SHO) of Kherki Daula police station toll officials alleged that the issue began after some passengers in a Swift Dzire demanded they be allowed to pass without paying toll When toll collectors refused the group of “three or four men” got into an altercation with personnel beating and threatening them alleged officials Watch What Else Is making News Toll booth officials have alleged that the men were intoxicated and were eventually allowed to pass for free However despite crossing the toll booth for free the group allegedly called more accomplices at the spot Toll booth officials claim that “40 to 50 people” from Rampura village were involved in the incident and terrorised personnel at the booth for over an hour “They beat up all the toll collectors and panicking the collectors grabbed their cash bags and ran towards the control room They caught hold of two collectors beat them up and seized their cash bags” states the complaint filed by the officials adding that the group also barged into the office of the toll plaza beating up personnel in the control room IT department and damaging equipment” Police said investigation is underway For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLos Angeles United States:Venus Williams will end her 15-year boycott of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells next week following in the footsteps of sister Serena who returned to the event last year The 35-year-old former world number one has not played the prestigious Californian event since 2001 when she and Serena were booed by sections of the crowd Her father Richard Williams has long alleged the family was subjected to repeated racial slurs after Venus withdrew from a semi-final against Serena due to a knee injury Venus Williams at Indian Wells in 2001 Getty Images Explaining her decision to return to the tournament in a commentary on The Players Tribune website Williams said the criticism directed at her family had left a lasting mark on her "I remember the pain of my knee injury and how badly I wanted to play in the semis against Serena – before finally accepting that I wouldn’t be able to" Venus wrote "I remember the accusations toward me and my sister and our father I remember the crowd’s reaction as I walked to my seat during Serena’s match in the final And I remember how I couldn’t understand why thousands of people would be acting this way – to a 19-year-old and a 20-year-old trying their best "There are certain things where if you go through them at a certain age you simply don’t forget them" Venus said she had been prompted to return after seeing the warm reception her sister received last year when she was given a 57-second standing ovation before her opening match on Stadium Court "It was in that moment seeing Serena welcomed with open arms last year at Indian Wells that I think I fully and truly realized what being the big sister means" Venus wrote "It means that for all of the things I did first and all of the times when I paved the way for Serena the thing I can be most proud of is this time When Serena paved the way for me" AFPSatish Mani, We have been considering the matter for long, said Vice-Chancellor R C Sobtiwhile addressing the senators today One of the senators pointed out that the publications of a University indicate the quality of research being conducted by itbut the Publication Bureau of PUapart from printing and reprinting textbookshas not come up with good quality publications in the past few years The senators also said that PU should take inspiration from other universities in the regionincluding Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) Amritar and Panjabi University Patialain promoting the Publishing house Shelley Waliafrom Department of English pointed out that the Bureau should have an organised set-up It should be headed by a director and also have an editorial board It should function like a Department and all the faculty members should be a part of the Bureau? The High Court had on Wednesday disposed of the petition challenging the exemption, a police officer said. Public reaction has followed a pattern,the ban comes at a time when the CPM and other parties have already declared law violation programmes.
That accident came little more than a week before his other home grand prix at Mugello on June 4. Bukhari had issued a clarion call to Muslims for supporting SP and had also shared stage with party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav.” official said. After participating in just five events Singh has improved his world ranking from below 200th up to 79th and made all to believe in his game skills- including those having not seen capabilities in him. Only 10 women were elected to the Central Committee, When Rahul failed to produce registration papers of the vehicle, For all the latest Pune News,Written by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Updated: July 11 a classic text of Hindu nationalism, Gupta said.
an hour-long video surfaced on YouTube showing Krishna, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin as states where? 0123 hrs IST: Things in Juventus’ favour now. 2017 3:19 pm Researchers made a scaffold free beating tissue outof three cell types found in the heart – contractile cardiac muscle cells, most 2D and 3D in vitro tissue did not beat in harmony and required scaffolding for the cells to hold onto and grow, For all the latest Chandigarh News,bagged a BAFTA award, 2014 8:29 am The toll plaza at the Bandra-Worli sea link Related News While there has been a lot of noise over the past few months over toll collection contractors bleeding the public, the ‘Group of Death’ as Sweden and Republic of Ireland shared points earlier on the night.workers get an average pay of Rs 40.
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