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Safeguarding India's interests abroad

The Ministry of External Affairs has good reason to be well-pleased with itself. Its long-lasting dreams of isolating Pakistan in the region, bringing terrorism on the global agenda and partnering with major world power the United States, have been ... DNA, 2 weeks ago

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India-China stand-off: The truth from the Dragon's mouth

A new book reproduces original Chinese maps that contradict Chinese propaganda.The book reveals Chinese intelligence admissions that Beijing never maintained any army base, customs office or other government function in the disputed area until 1983.Claude Arpi digs deeper. Recommended for you: Complete coverage of India's Chinese Challenge IMAGE: On August 1, Chinese President Xi Jinping urged the People's Liberation Army to focus on war preparedness. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images ...
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How diplomacy works in the digital era

'The digital age has forced diplomats to be less formal and more accessible, reaching out to ordinary people both within and outside their countries, combining statecraft with streetcraft,' says former foreign secretary Ambassador Shyam Saran.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   Tom Fletcher, a former British diplomat, has explored the practice of diplomacy in the digital age in his book, Naked Diplomacy. He has traced the birth of diplomacy to that Stone Age encounter when one of our ...
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Sitharaman must not let PMO run her ship

Nirmala Sitharaman has a God given opportunity to orchestrate a transformation in India's defence capabilities.One hopes she has her own counsel and does not overly let the PMO run her ship, says Group Captain Murli Menon (retd).   Having an otherwise uninitiated, but statedly beyond reproach integrity-wise, female Raksha Mantri could well turn out to be a blessing in disguise for the armed forces provided, of course, Nirmala Sitharaman has her own counsel and does not overly let the PMO ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Typhoon Mawar's shadow hanging over BRICS Summit

Ahead of the BRICS Summit in Xiamen city, China today issued a high alert in the southeast for Typhoon Mawar, which is expected to hit the region tomorrow. Authorities activated a national disaster alert and response mechanism for Mawar to help provincial ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

India’s combat primer

Syed Ata Hasnain Comprehensive national security is about taking measures to ensure that the path to the chosen aspirations of a nation, both externally and internally, is not obstructed In India, even within the intellectual community, security is synonymous ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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What Modi now needs to do with China

'Modi and Xi can solve the India-China border problem in a single sitting by keeping the big picture before them, by sweeping away the cobwebs of the past, and by mustering a statesman-like spirit and a long range vision,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant. India has coyly described the basis of resolution of the nearly three month- long tense face-off with China at Doklam as 'disengagement understanding'. China has been somewhat brusque in its official statement, claiming ...
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Is India ready for war? No, not really

'Even though an India-China military conflict scenario seems unlikely, its possibility gets enhanced if our capabilities are seen to be inadequate by the adversary,' warns Vice Admiral Premvir Das (retd). 'We will fight with whatever we have' is a statement famously attributed to then then chief of our army, General V P Malik, at the time of the Kargil War. Nearly two decades later, including three years under the present government, it is not certain if the picture has changed much. According ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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7-magnitude quake kills 19 in China, injures over 250

At least 19 people were killed and about 250 others injured in the powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake that jolted a mountainous region in China’s southwest Sichuan province rose to 19 on Wednesday with rescuers racing against time to find survivors buried in the rubble. IMAGE: Chinese paramilitary police carry a survivor after an earthquake in Jiuzhaigou county, Ngawa prefecture, Sichuan province, China. Photograph: Chengdu Economic Daily/Wang Qin via Reuters The ...
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