'Martyred' Lt Col Bikramjit Singh Cremated With Full Military Honours : News Photo

'Martyred' Lt Col Bikramjit Singh Cremated With Full Military Honours

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CHANDIGARH, INDIA - SEPTEMBER 27: The family members of Lt Col Bikramjeet Singh, aged parents Major Paramjit Singh and Luvpreet Kaur, wife Navneet Kaur and daughter Ramneet mourn the loss at the cremation ground in Sector 25 on September 27, 2013 in Chandigarh, India. Army Chief General Bikram Singh and other senior officers of the Western Army Command paid their last respects to the martyred soul. Three terrorists sneaked across the border into Jammu and Kashmir and killed 10 people, including a Lieutenant Colonel of the Indian Army, in two audacious attacks yesterday. The militants, who were dressed in Army fatigues, first struck a police station in Hiranagar of Kathua district in Jammu, killing four cops and two others. (Photo by Gurpreet Singh/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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CHANDIGARH, INDIA - SEPTEMBER 27: The family members of Lt Col Bikramjeet Singh, aged parents Major Paramjit Singh and Luvpreet Kaur, wife Navneet Kaur and daughter Ramneet mourn the loss at the cremation ground in Sector 25 on September 27, 2013 in Chandigarh, India. Army Chief General Bikram Singh and other senior officers of the Western Army Command paid their last respects to the martyred soul. Three terrorists sneaked across the border into Jammu and Kashmir and killed 10 people, including a Lieutenant Colonel of the Indian Army, in two audacious attacks yesterday. The militants, who were dressed in Army fatigues, first struck a police station in Hiranagar of Kathua district in Jammu, killing four cops and two others. (Photo by Gurpreet Singh/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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