The Gurkhas: Special Force
by Chris Bellamy
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4. Tony Blair
The 122nd British casualty of the war in Afghanistan died this month in a makeshift operating theatre of a field hospital near the town of Musa Qala.
Hooray and three hearty cheers for the British judge who this week finally delivered a smidgen of justice to brave men who fought and nearly died for Britain.
Veteran Gurkha soldiers and members of the Nepali community in Hong Kong joined their former comrades in London in a day of protest yesterday to demand full pensions for service and the right to...
The rituals of Gurkha recruitment have changed only gradually over the years. But the nervous candidates competing for a place in the prestigious unit this week are likely to serve in a radically...
IN A BARE training hall in Yuen Long, some youngsters practise taekwondo while their instructor prepares a lesson. There's little about his slight build and unassuming manner to suggest it, but...
They cannot live or work in the UK, despite having served in its military
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is expected to announce in the next few days a softening of the rules that...
Securicor Gurkha Services is celebrating its 10th anniversary as Asia's leading security service.
The Director of Immigration has been branded unreasonable after demanding a former Hong Kong Gurkha rifleman travel from Nepal to provide DNA evidence he is the father of a housewife seeking...
Some leading shipowners and operators, including the world's top cruise companies, are employing Gurkhas on their vessels for anti-piracy duties.
An upturn in the SAR economy and a rise in infrastructure development has led to an increase in the demand for Gurkha security guards.