A Day After News of China’s Failed Incursion Bid In Tawang, Chinese Trolls Share New Leaked Pictures Of Galwan Clash

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New images of the clashes in the Galwan Valley, which allegedly show Indian soldiers in Chinese captivity, have been leaked on social media a day after news of China’s failed incursion in Tawang broke. A day after the news of … Read More

Afghan-Origin Terrorists May Try To Enter J&K Once Kabul’s Situation Stabilises: Army Chief

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Gen Naravane said that there have been increasing concerns in the Indian security establishment over the possibility of terror spill over from Afghanistan into J&K through Pakistan New Delhi: Chief of Army Staff Gen MM Naravane on Saturday did not … Read More

AUKUS: U.S.’ Military Grouping Could Be The Start of A Cold War With China

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The U.S.’ announcement of the trilateral AUKUS military grouping and its reaffirming of the Quad alliance are indications of the distinct anti-China direction that its foreign policy is taking, notwithstanding its claims to the contrary. As the pandemic showed signs … Read More

ISI Chief’s Removal Significant, I Fear For Imran Khan: Adrian Levy At India Today Conclave 2021

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At the India Today Conclave 2021, author and journalist Adrian Levy decoded the recent developments within Pakistan’s ISI Author and journalist Adrian Levy has said that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief General Faiz Hameed’s removal to appoint him as the … Read More

India’s Anti-Terror Operatives Work Silently But Surely

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Some of their operations are more stunning than the ones that have been carried out by Western intelligence agencies New Delhi: A select group of personnel from Indian security agencies, who have been given the responsibility of staging anti-terror operations … Read More

Speak Up Against China

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The People’s Republic of China seems to have suddenly upped its ante not just against Taiwan but also against India. Such has been Chinese military aircraft’s incursion into Taiwan’s air defence zone that there is serious concern about the possibility … Read More

U.S. Air Force Research Lab Collaborates With India For Rare Nanomaterials

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From left, Dr. Nick Glavin, Dr. Ajit Roy, and Dr. Michael McConney stand with a nanomaterial Deposition Chamber at the AFRL’s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate. The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory said it is working to increase availability of rare … Read More

ISI Orders Terror Modules To Carry Out Civilian Killings In Valley

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Security personnel take their positions near the government school where two teachers were killed by terrorists near Eidgah, in Srinagar on Thursday. ‘At least 200 Indian nationals and foreign diplomats active in Kashmir valley are to be targeted’ New Delhi: … Read More

A Harbinger of India’s New POK Policy

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A recent book, Forgotten Kashmir, The Other Side of the Line of Control, by former Ambassador Dinkar P. Srivastava seems to prepare the ground for a change in policy by TP Sreenivasan V.K. Krishna Menon is said to have remarked … Read More

Building India’s New Geopolitical Architecture

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by Minhaz Merchant The era of Nehru and Vajpayee is over. No longer should India aim to merely please the world. It must act as both a responsible and robust power, putting national interest first even when it involves stepping … Read More

Day Before Talks, Army Chief Says Infrastructure Shows PLA Is ‘Here To Stay’ At LAC

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Says if the Chinese military maintains the deployment through the second winter, it may lead to an LoC-like situation though not an active LoC as is there on the western front with Pakistan Indicating that the militaries of India and … Read More

DRDO Is Opening Its Doors To Private Players

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GOCO-model allows DRDO to delegate routine tasks, allowing it to focus on research India’s premier defence research agency, DRDO, is opening its doors to private players by adopting the GOCO (Government-Owned Company Operated) model—where private industries will operate government-assets, sparing … Read More

India Fears Bigger Geopolitical Conflict As China’s Build-Up In Eastern Ladakh Continues

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China’s effort to continue with their military build-up in the eastern Ladakh region and incorporation of new infrastructure development in a bid to sustain the large-scale deployment indicates possibility of an exacerbated geopolitical conflict between the two countries. Chief of … Read More

China’s Continuous Build-Up Matter of Concern: Army Chief Gen Naravane

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Indian and Chinese militaries have been on a standoff in several areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh for nearly 17 months though both sides disengaged from a number of friction points this year following a … Read More

Two Reasons Why Terrorists Are Targeting Minorities In Kashmir Now

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Political parties must set aside differences and the Army must make use of its outreach network. Kashmir cannot be surrendered to the will of murderers and terrorists by Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd) Amidst the improving security and social … Read More

CSIR Develops Tech To Replace Costly Imported Electronic Items In Satellites

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The technology has immense application in the strategic sector such as satellite communication and defence industry, which at present depends upon costly imports Indian scientists have indigenously developed toxic-free and superior multilayer technology that packages together electronic components to produce … Read More

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