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October 5, 2012
Dr Arvind Gupta

Not only did Brajesh Mishra help set up the National Security Council and its associated structures, but he also handled complicated and complex diplomatic assignments during his five year tenure.

June 5, 2012
Sandhya Jain

By suddenly inviting debate on the interlocutors report on Jammu and Kashmir, especially its startling suggestion to restore the State’s pre-1953 status, the Congress Party has virtually disowned the actions of its longest serving Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, thus diminishing the legitimacy and stature of the political dynasty descended from him.

September 15, 2011
Sarita Brara

It was  year   1999.   A young  army officer from one of the  North Eastern states   lay on a bed in one of the wards of the army hospital  in Delhi.  His   leg had  been  amputated  after he hit a land  mine during the  Kargil   conflict.

May 17, 2011
Faheem Haider

[View from Pakistan] Has U.S. military aid to Pakistan over the past 50 years helped that country in any desirable way? Or is U.S. aid partly the cause of Pakistan’s dire security and development situation?

May 5, 2011
David J. Karl

Just like the United States, India too has a host of enemies who have taken shelter or been given sanctuary deep inside Pakistan.  So how likely is it that New Delhi could pull off a daring commando assault against them?

February 14, 2011
Sunil Sharan

General Deepak Kapoor, India’s Army chief, has propounded the twin doctrines of “Cold Start and Two Fronts”. His statement raised hackles, especially in Pakistan, where his counterpart, General Ashfaq Kayani issued a firm riposte.

January 25, 2011
David J. Karl

New Delhi is proud of its indigenous development of ballistic missiles, but the reality is that massive investments in this area have yielded little real return and languid state-owned labs continue to dominate the military R&D sector.

December 19, 2010
Afsan Chowdhury

It was an amazing instance where a particular people are made to serve a sentence of immeasurable suffering as a matter of convenience by an army used to using civilians to try to reach their own ends.

 

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