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The Indian Army is not asking for immunity
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The Indian Army is not asking for immunity

'General Rawat's unambiguous stand has acted as a much needed confidence booster to the troops -- young officers and soldiers at the cutting edge -- who were often left wondering if they were doing the right and necessary thing in combating the terrorists, many times paying with their own lives,' says Nitin A Gokhale. There was one section -- and I don't want to call them intellectuals -- which pays lip service to the fauj, but in reality stands against everything that the army seeks to ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago

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CPEC is not a holy cow

Pakistan faces many serious problems; and among them is the status and invulnerability of holy cows, and people who are above the Pakistani laws. Bitter fact is growth in number of holy cows, accumulation of wealth and power they possess. CPEC is not a living ...
 Sify2 months ago

Aziz arrives for HoA conference, no clarity on bilateral talks

Amid heightened tensions, Pakistani Prime Ministers Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz arrived here tonight to attend the Heart of Asia conference with speculation rife whether the two sides will hold bilateral talks on sidelines of the conclave to break the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Al-Qaeda using US preoccupation with IS to spread to India

Al-Qaeda has used America's "preoccupation" with the Islamic State to regain strength in South Asia and preparing to spread its ideology in India from its "home" in western Pakistan, top US lawmakers have warned. "Al-Qaida has never changed, and it still sees ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago Pak is Al Qaeda's 'home': US lawmakers  Rediff.com5 days ago
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J&K police foils terror attack, kill two militants

Jammu and Kashmir police foiled a major terror attack when they intercepted a vehicle and killed two top militants including a highly qualified lecturer at Amargarh village in Sopore. However, top counter insurgency officer of Jammu and Kashmir police and his ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Drugs, despair and decline fuel demand for change in Punjab

Kuch na honda Punjab da, zameen banjar, aulad kanjar. (Nothing can come of Punjab–the lands are barren, the children are jobless.) That extreme assessment of India’s 11th richest state was made by a drug kingpin in a dark, controversial film called Udta ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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What India's 2nd most powerful man says about UP

BJP President Amit Shah -- arguably the second most powerful politician in the nation -- granted a rare television interview to the Network 18 group of news channels.Rediff.com's Rajesh Alva checks out what the BJP boss said in this word cloud assessment of the interview.   What Amit Shah told the Network 18 group of news channels.Transcript: Kind courtesy the Network 18 group of news channels. Let's begin with the state assembly elections, you just released BJP's manifesto in Uttar ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Its easy to brand any Muslim a terrorist: exonerated terrorist Irshad Ali

It does not take much to brand any suspect as a terrorist. But it can take years to ascertain the veracity of the allegations. The media, as well as society, dont wait for any trial to pass their verdict. However, there is hardly a whimper if the accused if ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Agni 5: A look back at India's missile programme

New Delhi: Agni-5, a nuclear capable missile with the longest range so far, of 5,500 kms and described by India as a "weapon of peace", was successfully test fired from Kalam Island off the Odisha coast, on 26 December 2016, by the Defence Research and ...
 Sify1 month ago
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What a dreadful year it has been for Kashmir

2016 saw the worst unrest in the Kashmir valley in 26 years.M I Jehangir reports from Srinagar. IMAGE: Protesters hurl stones at the police during a protest in Srinagar after Burhan Wani's death. All Photographs: Umar Ganie   2016 saw Mehbooba Mufti taking over as the first woman chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir and the Indian Army for the first time carrying out surgical strikes on terrorist camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir while violent protests for months hit hard normal life and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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