Secunderabad: Lieutenant General Anil Kapoor, Director-General of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering & Colonel Commandant, Corps of EME, and Colonel Debadas Nanda, Officiating Commandant, 1 EME Centre, laid wreaths at EME War memorial to pay homage to the valiant soldiers who laid down their lives to uphold the honour and pride of the country. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us The wreath laying ceremony on Kargil Diwas was also to commemorate the soldier craftsman’s solemn pledge to the fallen brethren that they would uphold their legacy and bring glory to the country. The ceremony was attended by serving ranks of the Eagles Fraternity.The corps of EME find a special mention in the Armed Forces for providing technical support towards seamless sustenance of equipment and machinery of the Indian Army in addition to their gallant contribution for preserving the sovereignty and integrity of the nation. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us The occasion also served as an inspiration to the present generation of ‘Eagles’ to continue to work towards upholding the highest traditions of the Indian Army & uphold the nation’s pride. The occasion also served as an inspiration to all ranks of the Centre to reaffirm their resolve to continue to work towards upholding the highest traditions of the Indian Army and the Nation.
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The Historic Wilmington Foundation is honoring an historic building that played a major role in the lives of thousands of students in the Port City.The group dedicated a plaque for the former Williston Industrial High School, which is now the International School at Gregory.- Advertisement – Williston was the city’s first public high school for African Americans. It closed as a high school in 1969, when the school board desegregated the school system.