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Oct 03, 2016
Pakistan launches disinformation offensive after surgical strikes on PoKExpectedly, Pakistan has mounted a massive campaign of disinformation against the surgical strikes in PoK by India on 28 September
Sep 29, 2016
Increasing 'happiness quotient' of Indian soldiers: A concept that belongs on paper aloneMultiple media reports state that the that DRDO is to tie-up with IIT-Kharagpur to increase the ‘happiness quotient’ of Indian soldiers; some say the endeavour is devised to bring the smile back to the faces of the soldiers, and others say it's to heighten the morale of soldiers
May 14, 2016
President Mukherjee's sitarist brother-in-law mobilises war veterans, enters political arenaKriishnamohan says they wish to keep their slate clean. NCI will not seek any corporate donation; it will collect money at meetings.
Apr 27, 2016
Why roping in Army instead of IDS for joint commands is bad moveLack of true operational jointness in the military has been the bane of India right from 1962.
Dec 03, 2015
Pakistan was going to deploy nuclear missiles during Kargil conflict, claims former US officialDuring the 1999 Kargil conflict, Pakistan was preparing its nuclear weapons for deployment, the CIA had warned then President Bill Clinton, a former top White House official said on Wednesday.
Jan 02, 2014
Musharraf should be tried for Kargil coup: Pak Defence MinisterPakistan's Defence Minister Khawaja Asif has said that an inquiry should be held into the Kargil episode and a case should be filed against former military ruler Pervez Musharraf and his then colleagues for the 1999 coup.
May 22, 2013
PM to lay foundation stone for defence university on ThursdayThe necessity for a defence university was first mooted by a review committee under strategic expert K Subrahmanyam that was formed after the Kargil conflict.
Feb 01, 2013
Musharraf crossed LoC before Kargil, spent night in India: aideHussain also dismissed Musharraf's recent assertion that Pakistan had lost only 270 soldiers during the Kargil conflict.