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Exclusive! How the surgical strikes were planned
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Exclusive! How the surgical strikes were planned

'Not a single soldier should be left behind in enemy territory.'Nitin A Gokhale's fascinating account on how the Indian Army conducted the daring and successful cross-border operation in September 2016.An exclusive excerpt from Nitin's engaging book, Securing India the Modi Way: Pathankot, Surgical Strikes and More. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters. For Col H and Col K (names withheld), the moment of reckoning arrived on the afternoon of 18 September 2016. Throughout that morning, the Commanding ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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British soldiers get behind the camera

From the dust and dirt of a warzone to the gleaming uniforms of an army parade -- these are the images that show the reality of life for British servicemen and women. The revealing series of photographs are some of the winning entries in this year’s Army Photographic Competition. Sgt Rupert Frere, of the Royal Logistic Corps, won photographer of the year. His images of three tours of duty in Afghanistan also saw him pick up various other prizes. >> In the line of fire: 10 shots by ...
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How MbS' gamble could affect the world

'The stage is set for increasing tensions in a highly volatile region as crucial as ever from a geopolitical standpoint,' predicts Claude Smadja. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is not only trying to reorient Saudi Arabia, but also endeavouring to reshape the geopolitics and balance of power in West Asia. And he is in a hurry. While MbS, as he is nicknamed, is a very shrewd, ruthless and bold individual as well as a risk-taker -- evident from his breaking away from the traditional mindset of ...
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'Harivarasanam' re-recording row: Trust alleges 'conspiracy'

Thiruvananthapuam: A row has broken out over the move to re-record a devotional song played as a lullaby to Lord Ayyappa at the famed Sabarimala temple, with a trust named after iconic musician G Devarajan, coming out against it. The Kerala-based G Devarajan ...
 Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago
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Why Pakistan is feeling threatened

India's plan to buy futuristic tanks and infantry combat vehicles -- estimated to be worth Rs 80,000 crore to Rs 100,000 crore each -- will certainly intimidate Pakistan which already feels threatened by our vast tank strength.Ajai Shukla reports. Army chief General Bipin Rawat and a battery of senior generals on Wednesday, November 15, explained the details of India's biggest-ever weapons acquisition -- the ongoing procurement of futuristic tanks and infantry combat vehicles, estimated to be ...
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War, love and redemption on the Russian steppe

Title: Red Sky at Noon; Author: Simon Sebag Montefiore; Publisher: Century/Penguin Random House UK: Pages: 416; Price: Rs 699If you think all the common plots of war novels -- the mission behind enemy lines, usually by a bunch of condemned men on their last ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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We want to hear our stories

When you put the words, ‘erectile dysfunction’ and ‘Bollywood film’ together, you expect the result to be a crass comedy with double-meaning dialogues and vulgar innuendos. But this year’s Shubh Mangal Saavdhan proved to be among ...
 DNA1 month ago

Freedom Files: A Tenuous And Uneasy Truce

As Kashmir’s borders were exposed from all sides India’s concerns were both strategic and security related. In a secret meeting between PM Nehru and his Secretariat the issue was discussed threadbare. Positional papers to UNCIP apart, the magnitude of ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Kashmir Files: Hullabaloo In The Valley

An attempt by the J&K bar association to challenge the instrument of accession is preposterous. There is a fine line between calculation and deceit and the bar body using prevarication cannot rewrite history There is an old Creole proverb which says cutting ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Surgical strikes changed the game for India

'The Pakistani denial was the greatest triumph of this strategy.''From now onwards Pakistan will always have to factor in the Indian reaction when it decides to back non-State actors like LeT,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Exclusive: How the surgical strikes were planned  Nearly 30 years ago, I was posted along the Line of Control in the Poonch sector, the area where much of the firing incidents have been taking place of late. It was December, it was Christmas time and we had ...
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