Honour the Indian Army that makes us proud in so many ways!
Here’s “An Interesting Quiz on the Indian Army”.

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1. What world record does the Siachen Glacier hold since 1984, for being situated at an altitude of up to around 6,700 meters above mean sea level (MSL), with temperatures as low as −60°C, and maintained by the Indian Army at a cost of USD 1 million per month?

 
 
 
 

2. Unlike other government organizations and institutions in India, there are no provisions for __________ in the Indian Army, whose soldiers are recruited for their overall merit and fitness based on stringent tests and trials?

 
 
 
 

3. The Military Engineering Services (MES)—one of the biggest construction agencies in India—and Border Roads Organization (BRO), are jointly responsible for the construction and maintenance of which highest motorable road in the world?

 
 
 
 

4. Which regiment of the Indian Army is the world’s largest unofficial regiment of its kind, and one among only three such regiments in the world in existence today?

 
 
 
 

5. For their deployment in the invasion of Afghanistan, the United States Special Forces trained at which one of the most elite military training centers in the world, attached to the Indian Army whose soldiers are considered among the very best in high altitude and mountain warfare?

 
 
 
 

6. The 1997 Hindi film Border was based on which battle fought in December 1971 between India and Pakistan, where 120 outnumbered Indian soldiers, helped by the Air Force, defeated 2,000 Pakistani soldiers backed by 45 tanks and a mobile infantry brigade?

 
 
 
 

7. India has the world’s biggest “voluntary” army, by virtue of all its serving and reserve personnel having actually “opted” for service, although there is a provision for conscription, meaning __________, in the constitution, but which was never used.

 
 
 
 

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