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As Pakistan threat looms, Defence Ministry goes shopping; largest list since Operation Parakram
India Today

As Pakistan threat looms, Defence Ministry goes shopping; larg...

Days after the September 18 Uri attack in which 19 Indian army soldiers were killed, the higher echelons of government went into a huddle. Military retaliation was among the options discussed by the cabinet committee on security. This was when the forces ... India Today, 2 months ago

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India May Repeat Surgical Strikes On Pak Terror Camps To Ensure Peace, Says Army Chief

The Army continues to hone its "Cold Start" strategy for conventional military operations as well as keep options like limited "surgical strikes" open while closely watching whether Pakistan actually takes steps towards stemming cross-border ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago Army keeps surgical strike option open  Times of India1 week ago The Army In A Democracy  Greater Kashmir1 month ago Explaining the Army exercise that has created uproar in West Bengal  Indian Express1 month ago

A giant's last journey

She holds a Guinness Record as the world's oldest operating Aircraft Carrier. Completed and commissioned by the Royal Navy as HSM Hermes in 1959, the ship served as the British Flagship during the Falklands war in 1982, and decommissioned a few ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Why General Rawat alerted the world to Cold Start

'It is ironic that General Rawat, an infantry officer who the government chose because of his expertise in counter-insurgency, has made his first bold statement in the realm of warfighting and mechanised operations,' points out Colonel Ajai Shukla (retd). Army chief General Bipin Rawat, who this month became the first senior official to publicly confirm the existence of India's so-called Cold Start doctrine, explained on Friday why he acknowledged this controversial term publicly. Cold Start ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India's cold start doctrine  Pakistan Observer1 week ago

In search of credible deterrence

Some of Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat's remarks soon after taking charge were misleading. The two-front war he spoke about, would be suicidal for India. It is a slogan more than a Government directive or an Army chief's operational order ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago No red lines with Pak, we will cross again: Army chief Lt General Bipin Rawat  India Today2 weeks ago

Tributes function on officer's martyrdom anniv

A bugle call has sounded for a civilian's most august duty... "Armed Forces veterans residing in the Madhya Pradesh capital are organising a Shaurya Samman function tomorrow with the objective of paying tributes to Captain Shreyans Kumar Gandhi, SM ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago

Quantum physics and our military doctrine

India's response to provocations from the across the border must not be along predictable lines, which it has been over the decades. It must take the enemy by surprise with its, often, out-of-proportion retaliation Since our independence we as a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Adm. Arun Prakash, former Indian Navy Chief on the book

Dragon On Our Doorstep : Managing China Through Military Power is now on Amazon and Flipkart BOOK DESCRIPTION India might not admit it, but should it find itself involved in a border war with China it will lose. Apart from superior military ...
 Force India3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Sabarimala secure under Madhu G Nair

SABARIMALA: Sabarimala pilgrims can rest assured about their safety. A total of 250 CRPF men are under a veteran leader who has proved his skill in combating Maoists in Dantewada. Madhu G. Nair, the deputy commandant of Rapid Action Force (RAF) at ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Pakistan's naval transformation: Dangerous delusions, soaring ambitions

The combination of dangerous delusions, soaring ambitions and a fatal nuclear obsession could spark another round of strategic brinkmanship in South Asia, with disastrous consequences for regional security. Navy is supposed to be the new domain for ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 month ago
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