Bypassing Pakistan's tactical nuclear weapons threat is what India should think about, not populist, macho threats Business Standard, 1 week ago
Russian protection for India against Pak nuclear attack - Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Ajai Shukla: Taking Tejas forward Several parts of Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), Tejas is of foreign origin. LCA Tejas is an indigenously designed and developed Aircraft. Out of total 344 LRUs (Line Replaceable Units) involved in the system level of ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago Tejas as capable as Rafale jet says Manohar Parrikar Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
New Delhi has repeatedly missed opportunities for political engagement in Kashmir in the past. It must seize the next oneBusiness Standard, 1 month ago Time to seize the moment in Kashmir Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Highlighting some of his concerns with regards to the Rafale deal, Retired Colonel and Defence Analyst Ajai Shukla said the price of the deal is a bit stiff and that the deal will be a big hit to the government’s fiscal this year.Money Control, 2 months ago 4 reasons why Rafale could ruin Modi and Parrikar's party Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The government must forswear political caution in the national interest and identify the best choice of aircraft for IndiaBusiness Standard, 1 month ago
The challenge to Pakistan to fight a 1000-year war against poverty helped de-escalate tensions after the Uri attackBusiness Standard, 2 months ago
It should not take an operational emergency to remind planners that the navy needs urgent attention Follow this columnist Follow this Columnist & unlock 5 columns/month from this & other columnists for Free.Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
With reference to Ajai Shukla's thought-provoking piece "While 'surgical strikes' were under way, govt cut Army's disability pensions" (October 10)Business Standard, 1 month ago
For the military, the central problem is that the government has multiple finance divisions that impede, rather than assist, each otherBusiness Standard, 2 months ago
The defence ministry has bought two regiments of the Pinaka multi-barrelled rocket launcher for Rs 32.3 billion, reports Ajai Shukla. With tensions escalating at the Line of Control between India and Pakistan, the ministry of defence has bought two regiments of the indigenous Pinaka multi-barrelled rocket launcher for Rs 3,230 crore (Rs 32.3 billion). Each Pinaka regiment, consisting of 18 multi-barrelled launchers, can pulverise a target with a hail of 216 rockets, fired in 44 seconds, ...Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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