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Reply Col KK Sharma
12:24 AM on November 19, 2017 
exceptional link with many nostalgic memories of Devlali.
Reply Samuelskelt
4:45 PM on November 7, 2017 
Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Gemaldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresdner Zwinger, Verkehrsmuseum Dresden, Frauenkirche, Blaues Wunder, Russisch-Orthodoxe Kirche des Heiligen Simeon vom wunderbaren Berge, Technische Universitat Dresden.

https://gambrinusstrasse.lima-city.de - Sehenswurdigkeiten in Dresden
Reply LadyBBWsexmt
9:51 PM on November 1, 2017 
Hi, you see?

Decided to go get a quick sensual massage the other day. Paid my $110 at one of those cheaper Chinese joints here in Auckland and prepared for my normal session.

What happened next scared and excited me.

One thing led to another and then I found myself massaging and playing with the lady instead. After all if she is enjoying it who am I to stop.
However part way thru this lady went all weird, her face changed , her whole body started shivering badly porn terror and she even had a tear roll down her face. For a moment I thought something had gone wrong badly until what occurred next.
This lovely lady then grabbed out a condom, thinking I was going to get a handjob to finish I obliged. She then jumped on top of me and my sensual massage ended up full service with her wanting it intensely.

Best $110 and one hour ever. But the way the lady went emotional and jumped me was freaky. Wish I could do this everytime with all the girls.
Reply RafaelSmina
1:45 PM on September 21, 2017 
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Reply Frankie Ward
1:06 PM on August 30, 2017 
Dear Sirs, having served In the London Fire Brigade for twenty years and whilst in it learning to dive, I have a great favour to ask of your knowledge of armaments, many years ago whilst diving in Scapa Flow I found a "warhead" which is made of copper and brass it weighs about six and a half stone, it is hollow with no explosives in it, it is in my opinion an odd thing to fire out of a gun as it would be surely too expensive to have fired these things at another ship or target, as I am now in my sixties I am still intrigued by this piece of ordnance......would I or could I be right and assume that this could have been a drill round for the purpose of not damaging the breech of a gun......I re iterate it is safe and hollow, it stand 21 inches high and is 5 inches across the base.....I thank you in advance for any help......
Reply Edward Denmark
3:39 PM on July 19, 2017 
Could you put my book on your site " Not for queen and country" Amazon books
It is about how we shot down 14 Argentine jets during the Falklands war
Thank you
Reply Jean Thompson
2:13 AM on June 5, 2017 
Dear Col Anand
I am a gunner's daughter and was born on the 15th January! I found your website by accident. My father (now deceased) retired as a Lt Col in the Army and I am trying every source imaginable to try and get his service number. Are you able to help me, please - I would greatly appreciate it.
Many thanks.
Jean Thompson
Melbourne, Australia
Reply SamuelOnema
1:56 PM on April 4, 2017 
Reply Vivek
5:38 AM on December 12, 2016 
Sir pl send articles for deolali doings also
Reply Hema
3:21 AM on September 30, 2016 

Here is a post from facebook, that triggered my previous message. We grew up in Devlali. Dad was a doctor, first at Nashik rd. cantt., and then at Devlali, and we lived in Haigh line! Went to school in the Gunner Wagon...and so many memories-I wish I could add the photographs too that were shared on Facebook. The post:

Sarvatra Izzat-O-Iqbal......Everywhere with honour and glory!!

Remembering my father-in-law Col. M D Naidu, VrC (164 Fd Regt) this Gunners' Day. From the cold desert of Ladakh to the Rann of Kutch, from wars at the western and eastern sectors to a peaceful life in Bangalore he led a life of Honour and Bravery.

Happy Gunners' Day!

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Akhilesh Kumar
Akhilesh Kumar Very proud of all in the family...
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Sudershan Kuntluru
Sudershan Kuntluru It is indeed great to see such an accomplished person
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Swati Pant Pande
Swati Pant Pande Happy gunners day to u all!!!!
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Awesh Kumar
Awesh Kumar Respect...!
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Sheetal Bajaj
Sheetal Bajaj We can't thank your family and you enough Smitha Naidu.
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Manisha Singh
Manisha Singh Happy Gunners Day! My dad's a Gunner too :)
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Manish Shingala
Manish Shingala Salutes....!!!
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Priya Varada
Priya Varada A bold and brave soul ! Always inspired others to live strong. Miss you, Damu uncle. 🌹
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Neelam Sood
Neelam Sood Great
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Shibu Warrier
Shibu Warrier Very inspiring! I am sure you guys are very proud!! Dhirendra
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Micheal Wilson Roberts
Micheal Wilson Roberts Respect n salute him...👍
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Suvarna Naidu
Suvarna Naidu On behalf of my family, I thank each one of you for the love, respect and admiratiom shown to us. Now I know why old soldiers never die. When you all hold us in such high esteem how can we die. GOD bless.
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Prathiba Lakshminarayna
Prathiba Lakshminarayna Respect and salute sir
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Hema Nalini Varada
Hema Nalini Varada Salute! Off the field, Damu uncle ( popularly called thus in the Varada clan) was a humble and gentle soul. I loved his zest for life and varied interests in plants, acupressure, his aquarium et al. Seeing him and Swarna Aunty together for me was a pleasure and cheered me up no end. We miss you dear unlce. Thank you for this post, Smita.!:-)
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