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#073

After an intense phase of recruit training, Kishore Gurung and other recruits take a break or R&R at Jurong Bird Park. Date: 1977. Photo Collection: Kishore Kumar Gurung / SGPM.

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#072

Kishore Gurung and Jum Prasad Gurung pose for a photograph at a gate in front of the temple for the Dashera Party. Date: 1998. Photo Collection: Kishore Kumar Gurung / SGPM.

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#071

Kishore Gurung danced and entertained guests at the officer's mess, who came from Nepal and visited Mount Vernon Camp.  Date: Early 1990s. Photo Collection: Kishore Kumar Gurung / SGPM.

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#070

Jhabe Thapa representing Platoon 6 Company 2, taking a free-throw for an inter-platoon basketball competition. They lost the game played at the drill shed. Inspector Dhanpati Gurung (in white) was the referee for the match. Date: 1966. Photo Collection: Jhabe Thapa / SGPM.

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#069

Unknown baby portrait at Paya Lebar photograph studio. Date: Unknown. Photo Collection: Jhabe Thapa / SGPM.

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#068

Jhabe Thapa taking a photograph in his living room just after he completed his duty in uniform. His family lives at Block Q, where the sergeants stay, inside Mount Vernon Camp. Date: 1985. Photo Collection: Jhabe Thapa / SGPM.

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#067

Family photo of Jhabe Thapa, his wife and daughter Manu Thapa at the Paya Lebar studio. The people working at the studio convinced him that photographs taken in a heart shape will look better. Date: 1966. Photo Collection: Jhabe Thapa / SGPM.

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#066

Inspector DB Thapa takes a photograph at Inspector Block at Mount Vernon Camp. This ceremonial dress is worn on parade and special occasions like National Day and Police Day. Date: 1970s. Photo Collection: Jhabe Thapa / SGPM.

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#065

After an evening of playing volleyball, the losers will have to  will have to treat beer and snacks. Bottles of Tiger or ABC beer were once packed inside a wooden box. Date: Mid 1970s. Photo Collection: Chandra Bahadur Thapa / SGPM.

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#064

The Singapore Gurkhas competed in the Police Volleyball Championship at Nantah, now known as Nanyang Technological University. They played with Pakistani police officers, which were part of the Police Reserve Unit. They didn't win. Date: 7 Nov 1959. Photo Collection: Chandra Bahadur Thapa / SGPM.

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#063

A Singapore Gurkha standing at an unknown location in Singapore. Date: Unknown. Photo Collection: Chandra Bahadur Thapa / SGPM.

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#062

The Singapore Gurkhas celebrating their Tug of War win at the Police Academy at Thomson. Date: Unknown. Photo Collection: Chandra Bahadur Thapa / SGPM.

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