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Ghani expresses 'sadness' at killing of Indian citizens
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Ghani expresses 'sadness' at killing of Indian citizens

Afghanistan president Abdul Ghani expresses sadness on the unfortunate killing of Indian citizens in the attack. Nitin Gokhale @nitingokhale  tweets: The suicide attack in Kabul was targeted at Indians and Westerners. Reportedly 4 Pakistani guests in the restaurant were spared. Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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MMRCA deal off; India to buy 60-63 Rafales jets off the shelf from France: sources

Noted Strategic Affairs expert Nitin Gokhale says quoting highly-placed sources: India is likely to buy about 60 Rafale combat jets from Dassault Aviation instead of 126 aircraft proposed in the original request for proposal meant to be procured in under the process that began some eight years ago.The decision to buy nearly three and a half squadrons (between 60-63 aircraft) of Rafale jets for the Indian Air Force was taken at the highest political level hours before Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago India to buy 60+ Rafale jets off the shelf  Rediff.com1 month ago

Vinod Mehta: A Reporter's Editor

Vinod Mehta believed the reporter the most, says Nitin A Gokhale, who had a chance to work with the legendary editor at Outlook for
 Impact2 months ago
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Army wants Mountain Strike Corps against China; but where's the money?

'The necessity of a Mountain Strike Corps is well understood. The problem is in implementing the intention,' says Nitin Gokhale. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has made an unambiguous statement that the Mountain Strike Corps for the Indian Army will be frozen at the current level -- which is to say at about 50 per cent of the originally proposed strength of over 80,000 troops because of a funds crunch. Army HQ is about to order an internal assessment on how to adapt to the political ...
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Heritage precinct to be included in draft DP 2034

The state government notified Marine Drive as a heritage precinct earlier this month and the same is expected to be marked out in the draft Development Plan 2034. The BMC is already working on revising the draft DP 2034, which it has been asked to ...
 Times of India6 days ago
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At last, an Indian leader who knows how to deal with China

  Narendra Modi appears to have gone beyond the cautious approach usually advocated by the tightly-knit 'China group' at the ministry of external affairs in dealing with Beijing, says Nitin A Gokhale. Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears to have gone beyond the cautious approach usually advocated by the tightly-knit 'China group,' an informal team of Sinologists at India's ministry of external affairs in dealing with Beijing during his China tour. In reminding the Chinese that there are ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Why is Modi in China?  MSN News US2 weeks ago Why is Modi in China? He needs a gameplan to neutralise Chinese power  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Why is PM in China? Modi needs a gameplan to neutralise ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

S.V. Raju: the last Swatantrite

A file photo of S.V. Raju. Photo: Bloomberg S.V. Raju , who died on Tuesday at the age of 81, was an exceptional man. His long and often lonely campaign against Indian socialism may have appeared quixotic to some of his critics, especially in the ...
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Patton Wreckers Day

In popular imagination, the original Operation Vijay in 1971 is rightly seen as India's greatest military victory. That campaign broke up Pakistan, helped create Bangladesh and erased the painful memories of the politico-diplomatic-military debacle ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago
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Does a woman's career end at 40?

What is holding women professionals from taking risks after a certain age? Is there an expiry date to the success of a woman's career? A few months ago, I remember watching a Malayalam film How Old Are You? in which the lead character wins a chance to meet the President of India for an interesting question her teenaged daughter posed the minister during a school visit. The interesting question was -- "Who decides the expiry date of a woman's dreams?" While the answer to the question is a ...
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Indian nurses at Yemen-Saudi border: 'Are we safe here?'

'In my hospital, there must be at least 150, 200 Indian nurses. There are other hospitals nearby, and my calculation is that there may be at least 600, 700 Indian nurses working there.' 'All of us are worried. I want the Indian government to help us get out of here,' says an Indian nurse working at a maternity hospital in the Saudi Arabian city of Najran which was shelled early this week by Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi militants. Image: Fire rages in Najran town after the shelling by Yemen's ...
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