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Ajai Shukla: Trumping up an India policy

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Ajai Shukla: The non-debate over nuclear 'no first use'

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4 reasons why Rafale could ruin Modi and Parrikar's party

Ajai Shukla explains why there is considerable discomfort within the defence ministry about the Rafale deal. On a warm Delhi evening on April 3, 2015, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar had left his South Block office and was driving to catch his flight to Goa, when his mobile phone received an incoming call from the Prime Minister's Office. Could he come in urgently, an official asked, the PM would like to talk briefly. When Parrikar reached the PMO, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sprang a ...
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As LoC heats up, army buys 2 rocket regiments

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, ...
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Day after strikes, government slashes army's disability pensions

'Instead of joining us in celebrating the strikes, the MoD has stabbed us in the back,' says a top general.Ajai Shukla reports. As army para-commandos slipped silently across the Line of Control on September 28 on a perilous mission to punish anti-India jihadis and their Pakistani army backers, the Government of India quietly put the finishing touches on a plan to slash disability pensions for injuries incurred in the line of duty. On September 30, the day after India began celebrating the ...
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Why has the army chief not been appointed yet?

According to convention, Lieutenant General Praveen Bakshi should be named as General Dalbir Singh Suhag's successor as army chief, says Ajai Shukla/Business Standard.   If the government had followed tradition, Lieutenant General Praveen Bakshi, currently commanding the Eastern Army from Fort William in Kolkata, would have been named two months ago to succeed the present army chief, General Dalbir Singh Suhag, who is scheduled to retire on December 31. General Bakshi is the senior-most ...
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Line of no control

If all this continues unabated, the future of South Asia is in real danger. Srinagar, Publish Date: Dec 3 2016 10:40PM | Updated Date: Dec 3 2016 10:40PM On 18th November Pakistan had allegedly escorted away Indian Navy submarine which was heading ...
 Greater Kashmir1 week ago

No Central leader around to lead Congress protest

Party state president Raj Babbar, other Rajya Sabha leaders absent after issuance of whip in House. AICC secretary Avinash Pandey on Monday led the Aakrosh Diwas protest rally in Lucknow after Congress state president Raj Babbar, who was scheduled ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Defence ministry reduces ban for errant arms makers to 5 years

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has reduced the 10-year ban duration imposed so far on defence equipment manufacturers found involved in corrupt practices to a five-year period. The new ban period was announced by the ministry on Monday under its ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago
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NDTV India ban: Modi government's shown us how we're turning into Pakistan

Two days ago, while speaking at the Ramnath Goenka Awards function, Prime Minister Narendra Modi argued that the Emergency should be repeatedly analysed and talked about, lest we forget. "Every generation must keep reflecting on the Emergency ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago NDTV India ban: Blaming TV channel helps the government avoid important questions  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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