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Exclusive! How the surgical strikes were planned
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Exclusive! How the surgical strikes were planned

'Not a single soldier should be left behind in enemy territory.'Nitin A Gokhale's fascinating account on how the Indian Army conducted the daring and successful cross-border operation in September 2016.An exclusive excerpt from Nitin's engaging book, Securing India the Modi Way: Pathankot, Surgical Strikes and More. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters. For Col H and Col K (names withheld), the moment of reckoning arrived on the afternoon of 18 September 2016. Throughout that morning, the Commanding ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Goa Arts and Literature Festival at Panaji from Dec 7

Noted writers, poets, journalists and artists from India and abroad will take part in the eighth edition of the Goa Arts and Literature Festival (GALF) to be held in Panaji from December 7 to 10. The four-day annual event will be inaugurated at Maquinez ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Booking Mr Modi

For a PM who hasn’t completed even one term yet, the ability to spark a publishing trend single-handed is a remarkable achievement, writes Kanika Datta. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is putting together a detailed plan, according to a report by Nitin Sethi in scroll.in (external link) that "suggests a well-coordinated media blitzkrieg”. Particularly striking about this campaign is that it is deemed ...
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Interlocutor will not impact Army ops in J&K, says Gen Rawat

Army chief Bipin Rawat says the appointment of interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir will not impact Army operations in the state, reports PTI.  Rediff.com columnist and BharatShakti.in founder Nitin Gokhale had in fact said much the same thing yesterday, in his article analysing the appointment of Dineshwar Sharma as interlocutor to the troubled state.    'Officials in charge of J&K affairs at the Centre are clear that there would be no let-up in the pin-pointed, ...
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Why Modi chose Dineshwar Sharma as his point man for J&K

'The government is in no hurry to talk to the separatists and would like to approach the Kashmiri people directly through various other organisations.''Officials in charge of J&K affairs at the Centre are clear that there would be no let up in the operations against terrorists,' reveals BharatShakti.in founder Nitin A Gokhale. Former Intelligence Bureau director Dineshwar Sharma's appointment as the interlocutor for a 'sustained' interaction and dialogue with stakeholders in Jammu and ...
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Barkha Dutt launches fresh salvo against NDTV, asks if Radia helped channel

New Delhi : Less than a week after she made disparaging remarks about her former employer, ex- NDTV journalist Barkha Dutt has come out with a fresh salvo. This time she has written yet another Facebook post where she has tried to answer some who found fault ...
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'We'll put Pakistan under pressure and on the back foot'

'The surgical strikes were not meant to deter or stop infiltration.''It was meant to create a kind of uncertainty in the minds of Pakistani military commanders.''By using hard power we've created an option which was not there earlier.' Exclusive: How the surgical strikes were planned On September 29, the first anniversary of the cross-LoC surgical strikes, Nitin A Gokhale -- senior journalist, author and co-founder of Bharatshakti.in -- released his book Securing India The Modi way - ...
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'China didn't expect India's military intervention in Doklam'

'The Chinese media was beside itself with rage that how can a country with one-fifth of its economic power and maybe one-third of its military power stand up to them and not allow them to wean away a small Himalayan kingdom.' Nitin A Gokhale -- author of the new book Securing India The Modi Way - Pathankot, Surgical Strikes and More and founder of Bharatshakti.in -- speaks to Rediff.com's Utkarsh Mishra about China, the Maoist menace and the Rohingya issue in the concluding part of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Bodies of IAF officials arrive in makeshift cartons from Tawang spark concerns of disrespect

 tweet posted by (Retired) Lieutenant General HS Panag led to concerns over the Indian State's disrespect towards its security forces on Sunday morning.Seven members of the Indian Air Force (IAF) and Army had died in a chopper crash on Friday morning in Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang. On Sunday, Panag shared a photograph of their bodies being flown back in cardboard boxes, hastily tied up with makeshift ropes. He published a couple of tweets with a scathing remark.His criticism of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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'PM Narendra Modi, Xi meet ing at Hamburg set the stage for resolving Doklam'

The meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Hamburg on the sidelines of the G-20 summit set the stage for a resolution of the Doklam standoff along the Sikkim border, a new book has revealed. Modi and Xi had met on 7 ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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