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#085

Shivraj Thapa's section of men posing for a photograph outside Block 'E'. Date: 1979. Photo Collection: Shivraj Thapa / SGPM.

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#084

Shivraj Thapa fills out a report at the guardroom, near Paya Lebar Road. Date: Mid 1980s. Photo Collection: Shivraj Thapa / SGPM.

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#083

Recruit training, after passing out parade. Block E, Mount Vernon Camp. Date: 1978. Photo Collection: Shivraj Thapa / SGPM.

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#082

On a grass patch at MacRitchie Reservoir, Shivraj Thapa shows off his medal and plaque, where his camp company was overall champion. He came in second for the cross country. Date: Late 1960s. Photo Collection: Shivraj Thapa / SGPM.

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#081

Studio portrait of Shivraj Thapa at Paya Lebar Studio. Date: 1968. Photo Collection: Shivraj Thapa / SGPM.

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#080

Celebrating Dasain at Dhanpati Gurung’s home (second from left), once a section commander to all his men here. Date: Late 1970s. Photo Collection: Krishna Bahadur Gurung / SGPM.

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#079

Shova Gurung and her daughter Puja, at the Police Academy for the yearly Police Carnival. Date: Jun 1991. Photo Collection: Krishna Bahadur Gurung / SGPM.

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#078

Krishna Bahadur Gurung while off-duty at Bukit Timah, practising using a pistol. Date: Late 1970s. Photo Collection: Krishna Bahadur Gurung / SGPM.

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#077

For picnics – usually Nepalis from the same district – at Pasir Ris, the usual staple will include bread (sel roti) and spicy potatoes (aloo dum). The recruits can be found in the background wearing white t-shirts and shorts. Date: 1978. Photo Collection: Krishna Bahadur Gurung / SGPM.

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#076

Singapore Gurkhas from the same batch preparing for their first leave back home to Kathmandu. Date: 1979. Photo Collection: Krishna Bahadur Gurung / SGPM.

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#075

Singapore Gurkhas marching in the streets – from Padang to Beach Road and Geylang – during the first few National Day Parade in Singapore. Kishore Gurung's father Lok Bahadur Gurung was behind the right hand marker of the contingent. His father. Date: Late 1960s. Photo Collection: Kishore Kumar Gurung / SGPM.

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#074

Kishore Gurung with his No 3 Section at weapons training. Everyone had two different sets of uniform, issued at British Camp, Paklihawa in Nepal. They were the last few batches before the British army phased it out. Date: Feb 1977. Photo Collection: Kishore Kumar Gurung / SGPM.

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