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Hitting back to hurt the enemy

At the tactical and operational level, the Indian Armed Forces have replaced their conventional policy of Graduated Response against Pakistan with Intense Response. This has fetched us rich dividends Pakistan is a complex nation with several ... New Delhi Pioneer, 5 days ago

Pakistan's Kashmir gambit

ar that India is in a position to manage status quo in J&K. It is also evident that Pakistan is in no position to alter it. Therefore, the policy of employing terrorism as state policy, firing on the borders and terrorism in the hinterland will only ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago

A line without ceasefires

The Modi government's ability to deal with Pakistan and China will be no different from what previous governments have done. The military balance with Pakistan does not permit action that amounts to a deterrent and a befitting response to ceasefire ...
 The Hindu3 days ago From CJI to Governor of a state  Kashmir Times3 weeks ago

Unaffordable adventurism

Shiban Khaibri Treachery and falsehood are manifest in Pakistan's attitude towards India ever since its birth from out of this country. Bleeding India through one thousand cuts and fighting a war for equal number of years were their policy slogans ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago
Times of India

Everything will be fine soon: PM Modi on Kashmir ceasefire violations

JAMMU/NEW DELHI/UNITED NATIONS/MUMBAI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said "everything will be fine soon" on ceasefire violations by Pakistan in Jammu & Kashmir. "Everything will be fine soon," Modi told reporters at the IAF chief, Air ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Assam Tribune

Tibet issue should figure in India-China border talks: Dr Sangay

R Dutta Choudhury Dr Sangay GUWAHATI, Oct 5 The Tibetan issue should be the core issue of the border talks between India and China, observed the Tibetan Prime Minister in Exile, Dr Lobsang Sangay. He also said that for long-term and sustainable ...
 Assam Tribune2 weeks ago The Tibet Issue Can Be Resolved Within The Next Ten Years  Outlook India1 month ago

Kashmir issue at the UN

PAKISTAN Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on 26th September raised the General Assembly while blaming India for "another missed opportunity" to address outstanding issues. As a consequence the foreign secretary-level talks were cancelled. Asserting that ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago

My brother's pantaloon

Col (Retd) Tariq Masood In my older golden times in Rawalpindi, during late 1950s and early 1960s, there were two different cultures which were far apart from each other. There was an English medium school culture, if I remember correctly, there ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 weeks ago

KPs who gave leaders to India are presently leaderless: Dr Jitendra

Excelsior Correspondent Dr Jitendra Singh releasing In Wanderland at Ashoka Palace Bantalab on Thursday. -Excelsior/Rakesh JAMMU, Sept 18: The Kashmiri Pandit community which has given leadership to independent India for decades together is ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

When Xi comes calling, will Modi be ready?

When President Xi Jinping arrives in the Indian capital next week, he will become the first leader of a major power to pay a state visit in the Narendra Modi era. It is rare for a Chinese head of state to visit India this early in his tenure. It ...
 Business Spectator1 month ago
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