In a first, PM Modi to visit National War Memorial before Republic Day Parade | India News - Times of India

Source: The Times of India - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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94% Liberal


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76% "On the parade, Kakkar said 16 marching contingents from Army, Navy, Air Force and Paramilitary forces will take part in the Parade along with ..."
64% "This would also be the first time that the Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat would attend the Republic Day parade and welcome ..."
56% "The National War Memorial was inaugurated last year in February by the Prime Minister.""
55% "Major Nikhil Maurya and Major Tarun Rathee of the Special Forces will lead the 'hell march' conducted during the parade.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

76% : The national war memorial has been built in memory of the Indian soldiers who laid down lives for the country in the post-independence era.
76% : On the parade, Kakkar said 16 marching contingents from Army, Navy, Air Force and Paramilitary forces will take part in the Parade along with 31 bands overall.
64% : This would also be the first time that the Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat would attend the Republic Day parade and welcome the Prime Minister along with the three defence chiefs.
56% : The National War Memorial was inaugurated last year in February by the Prime Minister.
55% : Major Nikhil Maurya and Major Tarun Rathee of the Special Forces will lead the 'hell march' conducted during the parade.

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