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Govt goes ahead with process of appointing new Army Chief
Business Standard

Govt goes ahead with process of appointing new Army Chief

Notwithstanding the opposition by BJP, the Defence Ministry today went ahead with the process of appointing the next Army Chief as it recommended the name of Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag for the top post. The Defence Ministry sent its ... Business Line, 2 months ago
Daily Outlook

The Israel-Palestine war

The ongoing war betweenIsrael and Palestine has once again exposed the vulnerability of Israel as a Jewish state. Notwithstanding billions of dollars in military and development assistance from the US, Israel could not provide security to its ...
 Daily Times1 day ago Will Middle East Attain Peace?  Daily Outlook6 days ago Israelis and Palestinians: From two wrongs, ruin  ACQ Magazine2 weeks ago

Chinese Army breaches LoAC in Ladakh

SRINAGAR: The love-hate Sino-Indian relationship could turn into a foreign policy headache for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is otherwise keen to copy Beijing's manufacturing model for India. A high-level Indian delegation currently visiting ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago A blow to Narendra Modi's stand on China as The Red Army breaches Line of actual control in Ladakh  Economic Times4 weeks ago China-India relationship could turn into a foreign policy headache for PM Narendra Modi  Economic Times4 weeks ago Chanakya's View: Kautilya's four tools  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
New Indian Express

Chinese Defence Budget 3.5 Times More Than India's Allocation

NEW DELHI: Notwithstanding a 12.5 per cent hike in defence budget taking the military spending for the year 2014-15 to Rs 2.29 lakh crore (USD 38 billion), India remains far below the Chinese allocation of USD 132 billion. The analysis after the ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Chinese Defense Budget 3.5 Times More than India's Allocation  Silicon India2 weeks ago
The Hindu

The many shades of anti-terror fight

The Pakistan Army announced launching of the second phase of its operation in North Waziristan on June 30 which means putting boats on ground. This development is meant as proof of the military's intent to fight the menace of terrorism and ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Zarb-e-Azb: Trust but Verify  Pakistan Link4 days ago Government must step up  Daily Times4 weeks ago Zarb-e-Azb: The loose ends  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Voice of Russia

US backers to distance themselves from Kiev the more civilian casualties seen - expert

This is John Robles, I'm speaking with Mr. Charles Shoebridge . He is a former British army officer and counterterrorism intelligence officer. He is also a security analyst and specialist. Greeting between Robles and Shoebridge Robles: ...
 Voice of Russia1 month ago

Obama Cautious on War, But Successor Won't Be

President Obama's decision to send 300 military advisors to bolster a panicked Iraqi army in full retreat from Islamic jihadists will hardly quell the furious debate about American military intervention in the Middle East. The reaction to Iraq's ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Jeffrey Laurenti: Obama Cautious on War, But Successor Won't Be  Huffington Post1 month ago

Can the PM? Can the Army?

There is a method in the madness. a saying adapted from Shakespeare's Hamlet In all seriousness, I cannot figure out on my own: Was the decision to start a military operation in North Waziristan made in Islamabad by the incumbent civilian ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Did Bhutan offer Rs. 200cr to ULFA for shifting base?

Notwithstanding the traditional bonhomie between India and Bhutan that is well expected to receive a boost with Modi's Bhutan visit, the Himalayan kingdom had close ties with Northeast insurgent organizations like the United Liberation Front of Asom ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Civil-military relations: the next phase

One needs to realise that it is much easier for the army to enter a country's politics and get addicted to ruling the country than to make a planned exit S M Naseem Comment Notwithstanding the myriad problems facing the country, the discourse ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
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