Navy Chief’s Resignation: A Survey Of The Big Picture

 Navy Chief’s Resignation: A Survey Of The Big Picture  This survey of the big picture punctuating resignation by Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral D K Joshi on 26 February should rightfully start with a tribute to the two brave officers of the Indian Navy, Lt Cdr Kapish Muwal and Lt Manoranjan Kumar. Standing by the loty tradition of sacrifice for the larger cause they evacuated their fellow sailors before being unfortunately trapped in compartment C 3 of INS Sinduratna. They continued the unmatched tradition of the Indian military where young officers have never been found wanting in their devotion to duty. Just like in Kargil in 1999, Kapish and Manoranjan the Vikram Batra’s of the Indian Navy though in different circumstances have done us proud.  Having said...
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