1. Captain Vikram Batra is honoured with several landmarks being named after him: The historic capture of point 4875 led to the mountain being named 'Batra top' in his honour.
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5. Captain Vikram Batra's commanding officer had ordered him to rest even though his battalion, 13 JAK Rifles, had launched its attack on the Point 4875.
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7. Captain Vikram Batra continued to lead his troops, and then charged at the next enemy position, capturing Point 5140.
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13. In January 1999, Captain Vikram Batra was sent on a Commando Course at Belgaum, Karnataka where he excelled.
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14. Captain Vikram Batra was commissioned into the 13th battalion of the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles.
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23. Captain Vikram Batra was born on 9 September 1974, in a small town in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, India.
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