Public officials in Sri Lanka, especially the counter-intelligence establishment, will probably need to be spending a lot of time in analysing the background to the expulsion by Russia last week, of an American CIA officer operating under diplomatic ... Sri Lanka Daily News, 6 days ago
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History will judge him harshly for betraying faith; for failing the chance it gave him. It is not everybody who gets two shots at being the prime minister of the most populous democracy in the world. To get to be so as its unelected head is even ...Tehelka, 1 week ago
A RISKY enterprise is justified so long as it turns out to be successful in the end. For the astute strategic experts of the Chinese foreign and military establishment, it is indeed all is well that ends well. Having successfully camouflaged a ...Arab News, 1 week ago
Cyber and outer space, alongside land, air and water, make for the five threat domains that exist today. A strategist who understands them all is needed to script a comprehensive defence policy During the recent Army Commanders conference, Union ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Government rules are fine, but beyond a point they can be absurd. They are meant to keep nit-picking, fault-finding auditors busy and ensure babudom remains impervious to change There was a time when the Government of India sanctioned the purchase ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Events in the neighbourhood Mohammed Nasheed's foray into the Indian Embassy in Male, the dilemma over the issue of war crimes in Sri Lanka, the Shahbhag protests, and violence against Pakistan's minorities have sparked off long overdue ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
It is inexplicable why India's Defence Ministry sat on the Italian chopper deal case for a year At dawn on February 12, officers of Italy's Arma dei Carabinieri, the national military police, swooped down into the idyllic town of Sesto Calende, at ...India Today, 1 month ago
The Italian investigators alleged in a preliminary inquiry submitted in an Italian court that business conglomerate Finmeccanica bribed former IAF chief S.P. Tyagi to swing the controversial AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal in favour of the company.India Today, 1 month ago
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