The desert trembled by the blasts of K-9 thunderbolt made in the country

The desert trembled by the blasts of K-9 thunderbolt made in the country

Under Make in India, the best artillery gun ever manufactured in the country was fired from K-9 Vajra when the desert shook. In the training of the soldiers of Sapta Shakti Command running at Mahajan Field Firing Range, training was given by running K-9 Vajra on Monday evening. Along with this, the medium scale 130 mm artillery guns were used by the Indian Army for nearly forty years.
The original K-9 Vajra is a fine example of indigenous artillery. In August 2019, the first consignment of this gun of Korea technology manufactured in the country was inducted into the army. It can be easily used on hilly and desert inaccessible sites. Vajra has been deployed a few days before the Indian Army on the border with China.
Now Indian soldiers are being trained in its operation in the desert and to hit the target accurately. So that in a war-like situation, in the inaccessible desert of the western front of the country, we can do two hands with the enemy.

Know what and why it is important that
5 crew members live in this artillery gun mounted on the K-9 Vajra armored vehicle. Being fully air-conditioned, soldiers can work in sandy gorges in scorching heat.
The sensor scan system is engaged. Which gets scanned when nuclear chemical is in the environment. That is, it can also be used at the site of nuclear or chemical attack. The oxygen reaching the soldier in armor is purified and reaches.
It is mounted on a chanterelle vehicle running at a speed of 70 kilometers per hour. Which has the power to run smoothly even in high sandy slopes and hilly areas.
A heavy explosive shell from the gun can destroy the target within a radius of 40 km.
The gun tube can move up to 73 degrees. That is, the surface of the target can fire from the front and from above.
It is a fully automatic operated gun. Which gets the signal of the target to the command post from the OP. Accurate fire is done by fixing the target gun on the map from the command post.

It is 130 mm artillery gun can
destroy the target with shells up to 27.5 km.
It is a medium scale gun that can rotate up to 45 degrees and fire.
The team of 9 soldiers runs it together. It is carried from one place to another by attaching it to the back of a truck or tank.
This Russian-made artillery gun is being used by the Indian Army for 40 years.
Makes a loud noise when firing. It is not capable of firing at very high angles.

Army Commander
also reached AS Bhinder, Army Commander of Sapta Shakti Command on Monday to observe the annual exercise inspection of South Western Regiment in War Need . He inspected the Mahajan Field Firing Range from a helicopter. The annual training includes combat arms of the Artillery Regiment including 130 mm Artillery Gun and K-9 Vajra.

From morning till night, the fire started
in the south in the Mahajan range. Artillery guns were fired from 6 am to 9 pm in the training camp of soldiers of Western Command. The fireballs coming out with the fire from the barrel of the gun were visible far and wide.

To increase the enthusiasm of the students, this school of Madurai took a step towards traditional sports

To increase the enthusiasm of the students, this school of Madurai took a step towards traditional sports

Madurai , a unique attempt to get out of addiction to online games . Due to Corona, online classes have been going on for a long time and it has also brought those children closer to mobile and net, who tried to keep away from mobile. As a result, many children also got caught in the addiction of online games. Model Government Girls Higher Secondary School, located in Ottakadai, Madurai district, has introduced traditional games for its students in order to remove the same students from the addiction of online games and to connect them with the traditional game.

During the lockdown, the school headmistress S. Shashidhara prepared a traditional playground in the school premises by spending out of her own pocket. The way social media has progressed in the last few years, children are also moving ahead. Online classes have brought children closer to mobiles and nets, so that they can continue with their studies. But during the same period students also became addicted to online games. A traditional playground has been prepared in the school with the aim of taking the students out of the addiction of online games. This is happening for the first time in a government school.

During the conversation, the headmistress said that in the last few years, due to mobile, children have gone far away from the traditional game. This step has been taken with the aim of connecting them with traditional sports. This process will also help in inculcating values ​​of the students, improving their concentration and skills. The idea came to me when the renovation work was going on in the schools during the lockdown. The school now has special areas for playing Pallanguzhi, Chess, Thatangal (Sotangal), Neerkodu and Snake-ladder.

He told that due to Corona, the online classes going on for the last one and a half years have affected a lot of students. But now that students are joining traditional sports, there is a marked improvement in them. Every day students in grades IX to XII have library time or a music class and up to 20 children are allowed to play these traditional games during the same time.

They say that
this move of the school is very commendable and I really like to play chess in the open, in the shade of trees, among the birds and with the squirrels in the background. Playing Pallanguzhi is helping to improve our mathematical skills and for us this game is a stress reliever.
-R. Tenmozhi, Class X student

Hand and eye coordination is felt to improve with this type of game and concentration increases. Snakes and ladders indirectly teach us a very valuable lesson. We always have the fear of falling down when we are at a height in it. But with our hard work and efforts, we can go up again. It's not just a game, it's teaching us skills.