Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro and President of India Ram Nath Kovind left as the 71st Republic Day parade concluded on Sunday, 26 January.
The celebrations witnessed display of India's military prowess at the parade, where Apache and Chinook helicopters also made their debut. Meanwhile, states displayed their tableaux, ranging across different themes.
India is celebrating its 71st Republic Day today. Bolsonaro, who is the chief guest for the function, is on a four-day visit to India. He was given a ceremonial welcome at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in the presence of Kovind and Modi.
- 22 tableaus —16 from states and union territories and the rest from various ministries and departments — took part in the Republic Day parade
- The Delhi Police has issued a traffic advisory for routes to take and avoid
- Kolkata Citizens will form 11 km-kong human chain to “uphold unity”
- President Kovind addressed the nation on the eve of the Republic Day, on 25 January
With Apache, Chinook, 'Dhanush', India Displays Military Might at R-Day Parade
Anti-satellite weapon 'Shakti', lethal artillery gun 'Dhanush', and newly-inducted helicopters Apache and Chinook were among the key military assets showcased by India for the first time at the Republic Day parade on Sunday, 26 January.
Scaled down models of IAF's Rafale aircraft and Indian Navy's Kolkata-class stealth destroyer and a Kalvari-class submarine were also displayed during the ceremonial event.
A marching contingent of the Corps of Army Air Defence was also part for parade for the first time.
Beating The Retreat Ceremony Begins at the Attari-Wagah Border
Beating the retreat ceremony begins at the Attari-Wagah border on Republic Day. The ceremony is marked with a parade by the soldiers from the Indian and Pakistani army and ends with the perfect coordination of lowering of the flags of the two nations.
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A clash broke out between police personnel and BJP youth wing workers in Howrah, West Bengal after police stopped them from performing 'Bharat Mata Puja' to mark the Republic Day celebrations.
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