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Army most admired, respected institution: Dalbir Singh

By PTI
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Chennai, Mar 12: Army chief General Dalbir Singh today said the force was the "most admired and respected institution" in the country and it was even being recognised by the international community. "Indian Army has an image. Our Army is the most admired and respected institution in the country.

We have rendered exemplary service in the face of external and internal challenges," he said in his address after reviewing a passing out parade at the Officers' Training Academy here.

'Army most respected institution'

He said that Indian Army's role in UN peacekeeping operations had been "lauded by the international community" and noted that Indian Army was not just for the power it represents, but also for maturity and responsibility. Earlier, 183 cadets, including 37 women, passed out as officers following an impressive parade.

Among those inducted as officers were Lt Nikita A Nair, a former 'May Queen Miss Pune' who had walked the ramp for two fashion pageants, the Army said.

Lt G Vaishali was a professional Bharatnatyam dancer while Lt Balveer Singh Rathore from Jodhpur is the son of a tourist guide who wanted to make it to the Army. General Singh also gave away awards to outstanding cadets.

PTI

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