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Death of a Communist

CLAUDE ARPI What is interesting to note is that Bapa Phunwang Wangye was a Communist during his entire life, but remained a Tibetan (and a Buddhist) in his heart and till the time of his death. His last wish is to follow the traditional practices. The Statesman, 2 weeks ago

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The Dragon is thirsty; it wants your water

Claude Arpi Recently, India had the 17th round of talks with China on the Sino-Indian border. Shivshankar Menon, the National Security Adviser (and Special Representative) and Yang Jiechi, his Chinese counterpart, discussed not only the possibility of fixing ...
 State Times1 month ago

Development must be democratic too

Claude Arpi Everyone knows that India is an incredible country. It counts many world firsts in its tally – being the largest democracy is one of them; a party unknown a few months ago, being elected to represent the ‘common man’ of the ...
 State Times2 months ago

Memories of '62: Does India know China today?

On the title page of the Top Secret Report, Henderson-Brooks quotes the Chinese tactician Sun Tzu: 'Know yourself, know your enemy: A hundred battles, a hundred victories', says Claude Arpi, highlighting where the Indian Army and government failed to counter the Chinese attack in 1962. It was probably late 1963. A senior Indian Army officer, just released from a Prisoner of War camp in Tibet where he had spent seven months in dreadful conditions, had gone to the Grindlays Bank in Connaught ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Outlook India

The Henderson Brooks Report

The veil over Indian army's internal assessment of the 1962 war with China seems to be finally lifting. Eighty seven years old Neville Maxwell , the retired New Delhi correspondent for The Times , who published his controversial 1970 book ...
 Outlook India1 month ago 1962 Sino-Indian war: My Henderson Brooks Albatross  IBNLive India News1 month ago

1962 tragedy: How Nehru's proteges messed it up

This article is dedicated to all those who died during the 1962 Sino-Indian war; to those who suffered for months in the PoW camps in Tibet; to those who were humiliated for no fault of theirs; to their families.Let us hope that what happened in 1962 will never happened again, prays Claude ArpiTwo years ago, I wrote an article on the Henderson Brooks Report for The Indian Defence Review (External Link: “Why the Henderson-Brooks report has never been released!)My conclusion ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
India Today

Classified 1962 war report posted online, blocked

Sandeep Unnithan New Delhi,March 18, 2014| UPDATED11:08 IST On 20th October 1962, a Bell 47G was lost on the Tsangdhar ridge. Pilot was Sqn Ldr Vinod Kumar Sehgal with Major Ram Singh as crew. The helicopter was on a rescue mission. The ...
 India Today1 month ago

Water Wars: Fighting Over Earth's Most Precious Resource

With global water use growing at more than twice the rate of human population increase in the last century, the issue of water security issue is quickly rising to the top. When it comes to life's most precious resource, mankind has two very ...
 Justmeans1 month ago
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