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2008 - The Madras Regiment Providing Flood Assistance (BIHAR)

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(Ex 20th Carnatic Battalion - 1777)

 
1970 - 3 Madras Color Presentation -Wellington

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 1970 - 3 Madras Color Presentation -Wellington
 


1971 - Indo Pak war - The Delta Company defenders of Kalsian Khurd, (Capt Chandrashekar, Hav Santhiah, Sub.Perumal Pillai etc) who held on to their defensive despite overwhelming odds.
1971 - Indo Pak war - The Delta Company defenders of Kalsian Khurd,
(Capt Chandrashekar, Hav Santhiah, Sub. Perumal Pillai etc)
who held on to their defensive despite overwhelming odds.




From
The Black Pom Pom
( A SHORT HISTORY OF THE MADRAS REGIMENT  - 1758 - 1972 )
Lt. Col Jitendra Kumar - 3 MADRAS

 


 


Undated photo - Circa 1960's
3 Madras - Capt J Kumar,
Capt Ruben Das etc

1969 - Poonch Sector - Bimber Gali
C.O.'s Bunker.   Caption behind photo reads,
Dada- from your Bunker  - Signed by Unknown.
 

1971 - Khalra Sector - Lt Col J.Kumar,
Maj Chaubal, Sep. Manoharan etc

1971 - Lt Col J.Kumar, Capt Benny,
Sep Rajendran etc

The Commanding Officers
 

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2007 - 3 Madras Commanding Officers - 45th R.D.
 


The Seconds-in-Command


Poonch Sector

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Poonch Sector

Firozpur
 

Firozpur

Poonch

Firozpur

Khalra Sector
 

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The Adjutants




The Quartermasters



The Subedar Majors



Honours and Awards


 
 
2008 - Bihar Flooding
3rd Bn. Pictures ( 1 Pages )



Click here for 4 Pages of 2007 - 3 Madras 45th Raising Day Photographs

2007 - 45th Raising Day
3rd Bn. Pictures
( 4 Pages )

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Click here for 4 Pages of 2006 - Siachen Photographs

2006 - Siachen Pictures
( 4 Pages )

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Click here for a larger Image of  1885 Madras Regiment Uniform

Soldiers of 19th Madras infantry 1885 (Now 3 Madras)
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Photo Link to
Bharat-Rakshak

 
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1990's Col. Ajit Singh, Lt. Col. J. Kumar, Mrs Nirdosh Kumar, Col. Vasudeva at MRC.

1990's Col. Ajit Singh,
Lt. Col. J. Kumar,
Mrs Nirdosh Kumar,
Col. Vasudeva at MRC.
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2005- 3 Madras get together at DSOI Delhi

2005- 3 Madras get together
at DSOI Delhi

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2005- Col Chaman, Brig K at DSOI Delhi

2005- Col Chaman,
Brig K at DSOI Delhi
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2005-  Brig K,Col Sakuja at DSOI Delhi

2005- Brig K,
Col Sakuja at DSOI Delhi
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2005-  Brig K,Brig Jaspal Singh at DSOI Delhi

2005- Brig K,
Brig Jaspal Singh at
DSOI Delhi
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From The Black Pom Pom
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE MADRAS
REGIMENT  - 1758 - 1972

Lt. Col Jitendra Kumar
3 MADRAS
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1970 - 3 Madras contingent at MRC

1970 - 3 Madras contingent
at MRC
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1971 - C.O.'s Office - Firozepur

1971 - C.O.'s Office- Firozepur
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1972- C.O.'s farewell - Railway Stn- Firozepur
1972- C.O.'s farewell -
Railway Stn- Firozepur
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1972- C.O.'s farewell - Firozepur
1972- C.O.'s farewell -
Firozepur
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1971 War -Khalra Sector
1971 War -Khalra Sector
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1971 War - Div G.O.C. Maj Gen Freemantle at 3 Madras
1971 War - Div G.O.C.
Maj Gen Freemantle at
3 Madras
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1972 - Sports Trophy - Firozepur
1972 - Sports Trophy -
Firozepur
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1971 War - The famous 500 pounder that  dropped 5 yds from the C.O.'s bunker during the Pak Air raid by Sabres, but failed to explode. Note the missing fin which may have been the reason it possibly dropped on its side and did not explode. Lt Col J Kumar and unidentified Artillery Major
1971 War - The famous
500 pounder that dropped
5 yds from the C.O.'s bunker
during the Pak Air raid by
Sabres, but failed to explode.
Note the missing fin which
may have been the reason
it possibly dropped on its
side and did not explode.
Lt Col J Kumar and
unidentified Artillery Major
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