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Politicizing security could be a national hazard
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Politicizing security could be a national hazard

In his book, Army and the Nation: The Military and Indian Democracy since Independence (2015), Steven I. Wilkinson of Yale University draws on uniquely comprehensive data to explore how and why India has succeeded in keeping the military out of politics, when so many other countries have failed. As 2016 draws to a close, one is tempted to revisit Wilkinson's study as, of late, one sees a determined effort by domestic forces across the political spectrum to prove these broad conclusions to ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Soul of the army and spirit of the nation

'The vocal pacifists who monopolise the media in India need to answer a simple question: Would they have the Taliban or ISIS take over Kashmir or the rest of the country or let the army do its duty so that we are safe in our beds and free to demonise the soldiers in our cozy drawing rooms and television studios,' asks Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: Gorkha soldiers at the Republic Day parade in New Delhi. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters It was only the second time in my life (the first ...
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Treasures of India: The Kailasha Temple in Ellora

This Republic Day, in the 70th year of our Independence, Rediff.com takes you on a Discovery of India as well known Indians highlight our great nation's finest treasures. Part 1: Architect Aman Nath, co-founder and chairman of the Neemrana hotels, which restores ruins and transforms them into heritage properties, briefs Rediff.com's Archana Masih about what he treasures most. IMAGE: 400,000 tonnes were hand chipped over 800 years to carve the Kailash Temple in Ellora. The Kailasha Temple in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 22 interesting #ThisDayThatYear facts about R-day  Sify1 month ago 22 interesting facts about Republic Day  catchnews.com1 month ago DRDO displaying indigenous weapons on R-Day is an important milestone for India: Defence Experts  Sify1 month ago

Pak army rejects report on Bajwa's 'read book on India' advice

After days of silence, Pakistan Army today dismissed as "disinformation" a media report that said army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa urged officers to read a book about how India succeeded in keeping the military out of politics. The Nation newspaper reported ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 'Pak army chief wants officers to learn from Indian democracy'  Business Standard1 month ago

Tribute paid to Subhas Chandra Bose on 121st birth anniversary in Agartala

[India], Jan.23 (ANI): The 121st birth anniversary of the revolutionary leader of India's War of Independence, Subhas Chandra Bose, was celebrated in Agartala and in other parts of the country. The main programme was organised by students of the Netaji Subash ...
 Sify2 months ago Remembering Subhash Chandra Bose  Sify2 months ago

Vajra Corps celebrates 68th raising day

The Vajra Corps of Indian army today celebrated its 68th Raising Day by laying wreaths and paying homage to the martyrs. Lt Gen B S Sahrawat, General Officer Commanding Vajra Corps paid homage at 'Vajra Shaurya Sthal' to the martyrs of Corps, a defence ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Conference on use of tech in defence sector concludes at IMA

A national conference on use of technology in the defence sector concluded at the Indian Military Academy here today with the participants deliberating on a variety of issues ranging from science and technology to environment. Speaking at the two-day event ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

Why a rich, orderly Himalayan state has India’s highest suicide rate

Jorethang, Sikkim: A large room in an abandoned government building has been home to Babita (not her real name), 32, her husband and three children for about three years. It is strewn with tattered furniture and personal belongings, clothes drying on the ...
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Don't look now but China's military is changing!

In a few years from now, India will be looking at an entirely different type of military adversary across the borders, in our waters, in the air, in space and in our communication networks, says Nitin Pai. What caught public attention recently was the announcement that China’s defence outlays have crossed a trillion yuan ($151 billion) for the first time, albeit growing at a slower 7 per cent in line with slower economic growth expectations. As usual, foreign analysts complained that the ...
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Rani of Jhansi Regiment: Sisters in Arms

THE HISTORICAL RANI of Jhansi, 19th-century Maratha queen and Indian nationalist, is frequently portrayed on a rearing horse, brandishing a sword with an infant tied to her back. That last detail is pure fiction: the child in question, ostensibly her son, was ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago
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