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May 22, 2017
Is Indian Air Force prepared to fight a two-front war, mount an effective defence?IAF can defend India in a short and sudden two-front war against China and Pakistan. However, things will be uncertain if the war gets prolonged.
May 04, 2017
Defence not getting due share; India must learn from Israel, China: General Bipin RawatArmy chief General Bipin Rawat on Thursday said that the defence sector is not getting its due share even as the Indian economy is developing
Mar 29, 2017
Budgam encounter: Three civilians and a militant killed, separatists call for strike in KashmirThree civilians were killed in security forces' action against protestors near an encounter site in Budgam district in Kashmir during an anti-militancy operation which ended with the killing of the lone militant.
Mar 09, 2017
Pulwama encounter: 15-year-old's death stark reminder of dark days ahead in KashmirIt was widely feared but this is the new reality in Kashmir. After Army Chief Bipin Rawat warned protesters against disrupting anti-militant operation, the killing of a 15-year-old boy during clashes at an encounter site is a stark reminder of what the valley is going to witness in the coming days.
Mar 04, 2017
Kashmir: Protests against anti-militancy operation; six CRPF jawan, one civilian injured in clashesThe recurring protests suggest that Gen. Rawat’s warning has fallen on deaf ears in Kashmir. People continue to risk their lives by confronting forces so that they can disrupt live encounters and help the trapped militants escape.
Feb 19, 2017
Congress is 'politically bankrupt': Union Minister Jitendra SinghJammu: Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Sunday attacked the Congress for being "politically bankrupt" and speaking the language of Kashmiri separatists.
Feb 17, 2017
Congress' attempt to whip up debate on Army Chief Bipin Rawat's statement reeks of political desperationThe controversy over Army Chief General Bipin Rawat's statement points to the institutional weakness of Indian democracy. In any country, the safety and security of its citizens and security forces are considered sacrosanct and are never made the subject of partisan political debates.