While the age of 20s is to enjoy life and merry making, there are only few brave youngsters who write an exam conducted by UPSC to get into the National Defence Academy and prepare relentlessly for a life of supreme sacrifice and valour. I came across so many curious minds who wanted to know that how actually the life of a NDA cadet is? What all they go through in those 3 meticulous years? What should be their way of survival in National Defence Academy which initially seems to be no less than hell? See also: Indian Army rank wise salary. In the beginning, there will be all panic for a person who get in to the academy.
I Spent A Month Looking For Love On Military Dating Sites
Indian Army wants soldiers, officers to delete all dating apps - Times of India
You're in the military and planning to get married. Or you're planning to marry a service member. But are there any military marriage laws or military marriage rules you need to know before you tie the knot? There are no laws governing military marriage. Military members can marry whomever they want, including same-sex partners. There are no military marriage fees and you do not need a special military marriage license.
Indian Army launches indigenous mobile app ‘SAI’, will facilitate secure messaging
In honor of Memorial Day, we talked to four military spouses about what what their marriages are really like, especially when one spouse is far away or in combat. They shared some truths about their lives, which are often misunderstood by civilians. While common marriage advice holds that a person should place his or her marriage above all else, military spouses often don't. Living with this reality often requires a lot of patience, said Alison Perkins, who serves as the editor of a military spouse resource website, SaluteToSpouses. A misconception about military marriage is that it frequently involves infidelity, according to Perkins.
SAI will be used by the army to facilitate secure messaging within the service, it added. SAI was developed by Colonel Sai Shankar, the commanding officer of a signals unit in Rajasthan, and then upgraded to military-grade standards. In July, after the Centre banned 59 apps of Chinese origin or with Chinese links from app stores in India, the defence ministry had instructed soldiers and officers of the Indian Army to delete 89 apps from their mobile devices, including news apps like Daily Hunt, dating apps like Tinder, social networking apps like Facebook, TikTok, video-conferencing apps like Zoom and gaming apps like PUBG. Popular social media apps Facebook and Instagram have also been banned. Last year, the army had instructed its soldiers and officials to stay clear of using WhatsApp for official purposes.