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Consider Pak's redlines rationally

In a recent article in a widely read Web journal the well-known strategist Brig. Gurmeet Kanwal (retd.) discusses nuclear options should Pakistan reach its redlines quite early in a conflict. Kanwal is an old friend and we have had and been in ... Asian Age, 2 months ago

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India's Nuclear Doctrine: Time For A Review? Analysis

By Gurmeet Kanwal* The fragile security environment in Southern Asia is marked by territorial disputes and radical extremism, among other threats and challenges to peace and stability. The security environment has been further vitiated by the ...
 Eurasia Review2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Are Nuclear Weapons Pushing India and Pakistan towards War?

The nuclear doctrines of India and Pakistan have more or less clearly defined contours, especially in the event of an Indo-Pak conflict. The twin pillars of No First Use and Credible Minimum Deterrence define India's policy. Pakistan's nuclear ...
 National Interest2 days ago Could India's bold nuclear war plan survive a clash with Pakistan?  Observer Research Foundation4 days ago Pakistan kills and mutilates Indian soldier along LoC; what action from India will force it to stop?  Financial Express2 weeks ago Will military action teach Pakistan a lesson?  Rediff.com2 months ago

National Geographic's Photograph of the Year Is A Digital Fake

A digitally manipulated image of a great white shark jumping out of the water was believed to be National Geographic's 2016 Photograph of the Year by many on social media, however, it is nothing more than a fake . The photo is not real, nor did it ...
 Business 2 Community5 days ago

China-Pakistan axis threatens India's geopolitical landscape

Uncertainty around Trump's policies aimed at China and South Asia is a big challenge, say experts New Delhi: Terrorism emanating from Pakistan and the China-Pakistan axis working against India are two of the major geo-political challenges facing the ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago
Siasat Daily

Pak's India policy won't change under new army chief

change: Experts New Delhi, Nov 30 (PTI) The Nagrota attack, which claimed the lives of seven soldiers including two Majors, is a signal from the Pakistani establishment that their policy of proxy war against India will continue despite change of ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Despite Bajwa as new army chief Pak's India policy won't  Press Trust of India1 week ago Pakistan's India policy won't change despite Qamar Javed Bajwa as new army chief: Experts  ZeeNews.com1 week ago

Recent calm masks rising tensions over Kashmir

NEW DELHI — An uneasy calm has fallen over the border between the Indian- and Pakistani-controlled portions of Kashmir after months of deadly firing and signs that the two countries were engaged in a brinkmanship not seen for decades. Though guns ...
 San Francisco Chronicle1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Lack of good bulletproof jackets reflects the holes in military modernisation

After a long wait of seven years the Army has finally begun to get the first lot of the bulletproof jackets (BPJs) that it has urgently been in need of. Defence minister Manohar Parrikar informed Parliament that 50,000 BPJs have been procured. The ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Times of India

Good idea for India to review nuclear doctrine, it should do it every 5 years

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar recently created a controversy, saying that India need not bind itself to its 'no-first-use' nuclear doctrine, and only needs to say that it would use nuclear weapons 'responsibly'. Even though the defence minister ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Pakistan's rogue army must be punished

'By beheading an Indian soldier, the Pakistan army has demonstrated its proclivity for barbaric medievalism.''The strategies adopted and the punishment inflicted by India must be made progressively more stringent with every new act of terrorism till the cost becomes prohibitive for Pakistan, says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). In retaliation for India's surgical strikes that had been launched after the terrorist attack at Uri, the Pakistan army has been firing indiscriminately on the Line of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Time to hit and hurt the Pakistan army  Rediff.com2 months ago
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