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Hari Prasad (not his real name), a former havaldar in the Indian Army and his crippled wife Lakshmi (not her real name), who has earned much recognition for excellence in the teaching field in India, came to the UAE from Hyderabad in 2000.
3 FC soldiers Havaldar Munir Khan , Lance Naik Irshad Hussain and Sepoy Haq Nawaz Khan embraced shahadat.
The soldiers who embraced martyrdom include Lance Naik Irshad Hussaim, Havaldar Muneer Khan, and sepy Haq Nawaz Khan.
Those killed were identified as Assistant Subedar Muhammad Aslam, Naik Havaldar Umar Ali and Hassan Ali.
He said the terminated personnel included Havaldar Muhammad Aslam and constables Irfan Majeed, Zainullah, Rashid Abbas, Muhammad Ishaq, Ibrahim and lady searcher Shazia Naureen.
Pillai's film casts the actor as traffic havaldar Godbole, "a guy in legal trouble whose life is in a mess to begin with".
Nagraj Rao Havaldar from Bangalore, while the flute performances of Pandit Chetan Joshi of Delhi and Santosh Kumar of Benaras left the audience spellbound.
In Gilgit-Baltistan, a function was held at the tomb of Havaldar Lalak Jan shaheed, Nishan-e-Haider at Hundur in Ghizer .
Tenders are invited for supply of books titled (1) Sales & Distribution Management by Krishna Havaldar and Vasant Cavale (Mcgraw Hill) 2e.
PK Mishra, who served in the BSF from 1971 to 2012 and was the first Additional Director General from the BSF cadre, said, "Constables in para- military forces have to wait for 18 years of service to get their first promotion for the post of Havaldar.
BAJAUR AGENCY -- Havaldar Muneer Khan, who was martyred in firing from across Pak-Afghan border in Momand Agency was laid to rest in his hometown at Utmankel Tehisl of Bajaur Agency here on Saturday.