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India's military power at LAC rattles China
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India's military power at LAC rattles China

'India's military posture has become significantly stronger than China's on the 3,500-kilometre Line of Actual Control.''This is enhancing confrontation between the two sides,' points out Ajai Shukla. IMAGE: Indian and Chinese soldiers attend the celebrations to mark the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China at the India-China border, about 41 km from Tawang district in Arunachal Pradesh, October 1, 2009. Photograph: Utpal Baruah/Reuters What motives underlie the ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Why China wanted to grab Bhutan's land

'The Chinese forces in the narrow Chumbi Valley are currently in the line of sight and fire of Indian forces poised on the ridges along the Sikkim-Tibet border.''Aware of this vulnerability, the Chinese have been eyeing the Doklam plateau,' explains national security expert Nitin A Gokhale. As the military stand-off over Doka La (or the Doklam plateau) between India and China spills over into its second month, it is important to understand both the military and geo-strategic reasons behind ...
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Bengal's new problem: Marx-spouting stone-pelters

Stones and bottles in hand, the highly motivated youths are giving a tough time to the security forces in keeping law and order in the restive Darjeeling hills. Meet 18-year-old Pranab, a student of class XII, who has become a regular stone-pelter since June 8 when the first stirring of disturbance appeared after the 'imposition' of Bengali language in schools. "We want Gorkhaland. We want a separate state. It is a fight for our own identity and future. It is my right and I will have it,' he ...
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Darjeeling bandh: Army steps in to restore peace as GJM protests intensify

After a 35-year long hiatus, the West Bengal government had to again fall back on Indian Army's help in its efforts to contain escalated tension in the Darjeeling hills following the revival of the demand of a separate statehood for the Gorkhas by the Gorkha ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

MHA tells forces on UN duties: No excuse for sexual abuse

'No excuse for sexual abuse' is the stern warning of the Union home ministry to paramilitary personnel serving in UN peace keeping missions in perhaps its first such order on the serious issue to the central forces. The ministry's direction, which even warned ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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India's military preparedness is best deterrent, will guarantee peace: Jaitley

Indias military preparedness is the best deterrent, which will guarantee peace in the region, and it must significantly ramp up defence production keeping in mind geo-political dynamics, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said today. He said defence PSUs and ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Tracking the journey of India

A to Z of A free Nation: Chronicling India’s ups and downs through seven decades India Slide Photos: Aryabhata launched: 1975 Named after the famous Indian astronomer, the 360-kg first Indian satellite is built by India’s space agency, ISRO, to ...
 DNA4 days ago China wants to join hands with India to maintain security of the Indian Ocean  catchnews.com1 week ago Chinese Navy eyes Indian Ocean as part of PLA's plan to extend its reach  Deccan Herald1 week ago Amid Doklam standoff, Chinese Navy eyes Indian Ocean to extend reach  Rediff.com1 week ago

Always good to recognise a soldiers' work: Chetan Cheetah on receiving Kirti Chakra

[India], Aug 16 (ANI): Expressing happiness on being awarded with the Kirti Chakra, the second highest gallantry award in peace time, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) commandant Chetan Cheetah, who survived nine bullets in an attack, said it was always ...
 Sify2 days ago
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Why a future war with Pakistan is certain

'As India progresses and takes an increasingly hardline approach to Pakistani hostility, the young and restless population of Pakistan, sooner than later, will demand Gazwa e Hind (conquest of India),' warns Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). For someone born on the cusp of Indian Independence and in the evening of one's life, the prospects of peace between India and Pakistan is a legitimate aspiration for the people of that generation. Recently, a prominent Pakistani lobbyist in the US, of similar ...
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India must not flirt with disaster: Chinese state media

[China], Aug. 9 (ANI): Warning India not to "flirt with disaster", state-run Chinese media on Wednesday said New Delhi would be foolish to underestimate Beijing's prowess to safeguard its soil and territory. Describing the two-month long Doklam impasse as an ...
 Sify1 week ago
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