Tonight on The Buck Stops Here:
Mother Courage - the pride and the pain
From Kargil, a tale of two mothers, complete strangers but united in grief of losing their sons in the Kargil war. They make their personal pilgrimages to Kargil where their sons were martyred in 1999.
Shortage of Army officers - big gap between risks and rewards to blame?
The Buck Stops Here special edition broadcasts from Kargil War Memorial in Drass which is lit up with candles - one for every soldier who died in 1999. Colonel VN Thapar, father of martyr Captain Vijayant Thapar, VrC; Sapna Roy, mother of martyr Captain Sumeet Roy, VrC, Rajya Sabha MP Javed Akhtar and filmmaker Bharat Bala join us as we debate: why is the Army facing shortfall of officers despite so many tales of heroism? Is the big gap between risks and rewards to blame for the shortfall?
Kargil 1999 to 2014 - what has changed
From Kargil, NDTV brings you the story of young men and women who are proud to be wearing the olive green.
Unfair that I have to assert my Indian-ness: Sania to NDTV
Speaking exclusively to NDTV, sports icon Sania Mirza today said "I will not let anyone question my Indian-ness". Ms Mirza's interview is the first since a BJP leader from Telangana generated national outrage after describing the 27-year-old tennis star as "the daughter-in-law of Pakistan" on account of her marriage to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. K Laxman of the BJP said the government of Telangana should not have chosen Ms Mirza as its brand ambassador because she did not participate in the movement that climaxed in the creation of India's youngest state.
Ms Mirza, who broke down during her interview to NDTV, said "I will not let people like this break me" and underscored it is unfair that "that I have to keep asserting my Indian-ness." Here is her interview to NDTV Group Editor Barkha Dutt.