Pune: City-based army veteran Lt Gen (Retd) DB Shekatkar believes that the use of military power coupled with soft power is the solution to curb the spread of radicalisation, not only in India but across the world. Military power is enough to ... Sakaal Times, 4 days ago
Reporters Name | ST Correspondent | Thursday, 1 October 2015 AT 09:47 PM IST Pune: Yash Shekatkar, studying in Std VII in Vidya Prathishthan's New Bal Vikas Mandir, Pimpli, has bagged the Second Position in the 200 meters free style ...Sakaal Times, 1 month ago
Heavy Metal: Anti-terrorist squad troopers stand by an armoured vehicle near Haji Ali seaface The city of dreams sleeps with an eye open. But the new terrorist is protean. Will Mumbai hold up? At the Gateway of India, there is no dearth of ...Outlook India, 4 days ago
Pune: A day after Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar raised a question over the behaviour of ex-servicemen protesting against One Rank, One Pension (OROP) scheme, city-based veterans reacted vehemently, suggesting the minister go back to school and ...Sakaal Times, 1 week ago
'We don't know what the reasons were that we gave back the Haji Pir Pass which was strategically very important. Today the entire infiltration into Kashmir takes place from that area. If we had retained that post that we had captured, things could have been different.' 'A lesson we need to learn is if you start losing the gains of war at the negotiating table, they become a disincentive for future wars,' says Lieutenant General D B Shekatkar (retd), reviewing the lessons from the 1965 War. ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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