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1962 The War That Wasn't book review: A Himalayan debacle

1962: The War That Wasn't Shiv Kunal Verma Aleph Pp 512 R995 WE HAVE, unfortunately, not seen too many dedicated scholars of military history on our shores. This is despite the fact that India has never lacked historians of the highest ... Financial Express, 1 week ago

Republic Day Parade 2016: An analysis by a commentator

The 67th Republic Day Parade had many new features that attracted all spectators from all walks of life. The Indians and foreigners came to the enclosures with enthusiasm to see the Parade of the Republic of India that has sailed so smoothly into ...
 Meri News1 week ago

Chronicle Of A Debacle Foretold

Ladakh , 1963 Prime Minister Nehru, defence minister Y.B Chavan with army commanders The war with China was one that the army was not allowed to fight by its own people. The defeat was pretty much invited. For the first time in 12 years, Nehru ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
Millennium Post

Military as non-state player

6 January 2016, New Delhi, Sidharth Mishra Pakistan army has learnt little from the massacre of school children in Peshawar. Sometime in the 1950s, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had called his Chief of Army Staff General KS ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

School built our character, recall Cottonians

BENGALURU: I can still breathe my school days," says Lt Col Tushar Asirvadan, who is serving in the Army headquarters in New Delhi. As Bishop Cotton Boys' School celebrated its 150th anniversary, he was one among the hundreds of old and new ...
 Times of India1 month ago
The Hindu

Schools should encourage rational thinking: President

The aim of education should be building of character and not merely injecting of information Schools should encourage rational thinking and inculcate scientific temper among students to eradicate superstitious beliefs, said President Pranab ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

When lights turn amber, road violators make merry

Many motorists don't follow basic rules on one-way roads at night Driving in the city during night hours is risky business. Drunk drivers, unruly truck drivers, people who break the speed limit, and traffic rule violators are becoming a menace.
 The Hindu1 month ago
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