Geopolitics and Regional Rivalry will make India’s Fight Against Terror a Long-Drawn Affair

By Lt Col. Shailesh Kumar Rai Courtesy: Tauseef Mustafa/AFP China’s recent veto preventing blacklist of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar under the UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1267 for the fourth time in a row has once again frustrated India’s attempts while making China-Pakistan friendship shine above all.  Despite strengthening via other supplementary resolutions, the … Continue reading Geopolitics and Regional Rivalry will make India’s Fight Against Terror a Long-Drawn Affair

OROP : Twisted , Politicised & Smartly Truncated.

It is for the first time in the last 42 years of struggle for a rightful compensation, that the issue has been generating much interest in the public domain with many considering it as an extra pay being demanded by the veterans. But the truth is more ugly & shameful for a democratic society which … Continue reading OROP : Twisted , Politicised & Smartly Truncated.

INDIA US Military Cooperation : Democratic Firepowers

                  Under PM Rajiv Gandhi's tenure, the Military cooperation between the US and India took a Lift. His visit to the US from June 11-15, 1985 was a turning point in Indo-US Political Strategic Relations & that resulted in the signing of MoU between the two countries that became the basis of approval for the … Continue reading INDIA US Military Cooperation : Democratic Firepowers