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The game is on and India is way behind
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The game is on and India is way behind

UAVs are an intrinsic part of today's technology driven battlefield.Indians do not seem to be taking the challenge with the degree of urgency that is required, says Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd). Post the Doklam episode, the requirement of keeping our borders under greater surveillance have shot up skywards. The Indian Army was apparently utilising its fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to keep track. It is possible to fly these machines on own side of the border at high altitudes, and ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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IAF begins 2 wk-long mega exercises on Sunday; focus on China and Pak

The Indian Air Force will carry out one of its biggest combat exercises from Sunday to check its operational preparedness with a focus on dealing with any possible security challenges from China and Pakistan.Officials said the two-week long exercise named 'Gaganshakti' will involve almost the entire assets of the IAF including its fighter squadrons and the main objective of the day and night drill will be to check war waging capability of the force.The first phase of the exercise will focus on ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Cut & Thrust: THE UGLY AUSTRALIAN NAILED

Brash and faux aggro displaying Oz have finally been grounded by the collective conscience of the angry Australian public after an effete ICC showed its colonial mindset Dionysus or Bacchus was the God of the grape harvest, wine making and wine, of ritual ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Uttar Pradesh may decide fate of Lok Sabha 2019. Will Congress get a part?

With General elections a little over a year away a gamut of parties have started assessing their positions, especially vis-a-vis the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In this respect, the political situation in Uttar Pradesh has become particularly interesting, ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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Chhattisgarh police seize letters from Maoists that reveal their targets and activities

After an exchange of fires with the Moists, Chattishgarh police seized some of the letters written by them reveals what they were planning, whey were their targets and activities. In a letter written to a ‘Comrade Kumari’, it talks about the ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago

How the Communists killed Bengal's industry

West Bengal's longest serving chief minister Jyoti Basu once told an industrialist that capitalists were class enemies and he should expect no sympathy.Ishita Ayan Dutt tracks the political excesses behind the state's downfall. IMAGE: Starting in the 1960s, labour disputes and lock-outs in many companies lasted more than a year, marking their decline. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images It is the late 1960s. Urban Bengal has taken to the Naxal movement and parts of Calcutta (as Kolkata was called ...
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Will the Naga Accord now become a reality?

With a BJP-backed government taking charge in Kohima, the prospects of the Naga Accord becoming a swift reality are considered bright.Long before the Government of India appointed interlocutors to mediate with rebel Naga leaders, Sanjoy Hazarika had interceded with National Socialist Council of Nagaland chieftains Isak Chisi Swu and Thuingalang Muivah in Bangkok on then prime minister P V Narasimha Rao's behalf.In this exclusive extract from his fascinating new book, Strangers No More: New ...
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Mamata's support for Singhvi opens up new possibilities and faultlines

The forthcoming elections to the upper house of Parliament has exposed strange faultlines in West Bengal politics. As Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced that Trinamool Congress would throw in its extra votes for Abhishek Manu Singhvi of Indian National ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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This is no Doklam!

The end of a 2,000 km road trip brings Abhijit Masih to Bumla Pass -- at the India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh. Part 1: How we drove through UP, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam in 3 days On the Indian side of the border at Bumla Pass.Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters.   The best stretch of the journey, which began in Uttar Pradesh, is the last leg from Dirang to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh. From Dirang Valley you climb up to 13,700 feet at Sela Pass and then down again to the Tawang valley ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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PIX: Diplomacy under microscope at Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

'Peace' Games get underway IMAGE: Performers during the Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium. Photograph: PyeongChang 2018/Twitter The Winter Olympics sparked to life in a vivid, colourful ceremony of fire and ice in South Korea on Friday, and the diplomacy was just as choreographed in the stadium where leaders from nations that are sworn enemies sat close together.   South Korea, which is using the Pyeongchang Games to break the ice with North ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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