Articles By RSN Singh

Impact of 1971 War on Pakistan

Impact of 1971 War on Pakistan

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Book Excerpt: The Military Factor in Pakistan | Date: 01 Dec , 2021

Yahya Khan was commissioned into the 4/10 Baluch Regiment in British Indian Army on 15th July 1939 from the Indian Military Academy. During World War II, he was taken prisoner in North Africa and...

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Yet another attempt to force an ethnic exodus from Kashmir?

Yet another attempt to force an ethnic exodus from Kashmir?

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 17 Oct , 2021

The recent killings in Kashmir have two dimensions, i.e. Territorial and Civilizational. Matters pertaining to the Line of Control (LoC), observance and violations of Cease Fire, Counter Terrorist...

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It is Pakistan State Versus Islam

It is Pakistan State Versus Islam

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 09 Oct , 2021

The demand for Pakistan was to secure homeland for Muslims. This was logically tenuous, as a sizeable chunk of Muslim population despite their pro-Pakistan proclivities chose to stay in India. In...

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Drone Jihad

Drone Jihad

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 08 Jul , 2021

The drone attack on the Jammu Air Force Base by Pakistan coincides with the Indian Government’s political initiatives with regard to J&K. Certainly, the Pakistani establishment had pinned great...

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Military and the Diplomatic Muscle

Military and the Diplomatic Muscle

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 12 Mar , 2021

The Legislative Assembly of Gilgit-Baltistan in a bipartisan resolution has urged the  Fedral Govt  to designate the area,  legally part of PoK,  as the fifth province of Pakistan, thereby...

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ISI Meddling Again?!

ISI Meddling Again?!

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 03 Mar , 2021

Two alleged contract killers from Faridkot in Punjab, Sukhvinder  Singh (25) and Lakhan (21), deployed through the aegis of Pak ISI Dubai network, were apprehended by the Special Branch of Delhi...

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Internal Threat 1950 and now

Internal Threat 1950 and now

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 10 Feb , 2021

One of the biggest lessons that can be drawn from the collapse of Soviet Union is that a country may be extremely strong on the external front but will not sustain as a nation if its internal...

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Impact of 1965 War on Pakistan

Impact of 1965 War on Pakistan

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Book Excerpt: The Military Factor in Pakistan | Date: 17 Jan , 2021

Pakistan Army realised the vulnerability of East Pakistan, with its 4100 Km border with India and defended by a weak division with only two effective brigades – even though it was never...

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Trump was a Strategic Boon for India

Trump was a Strategic Boon for India

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 13 Jan , 2021

Today habitual and professional Trump detractors are breast beating about the violence in the US Capitol Hill.  President designate Joe Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi have not spared any...

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Theological War that Tears India

Theological War that Tears India

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 24 Dec , 2020

For India, the Andaman and Nicobar (A&N) Islands serve as an aircraft carrier in the Indian Ocean. Strategically, India has been investing in the Islands in enhancing its defence potential and as...

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The Islamic Caliphate of West Bengal and Bangladesh

The Islamic Caliphate of West Bengal and Bangladesh

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 19 Oct , 2020

First Published on November 3, 2014. The recent communal clashes in Basirhat in 24 Parganas in West Bengal was not the least spontaneous, but was clearly orchestrated. In case it was...

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The Islamic State Footprints are all over India

The Islamic State Footprints are all over India

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 31 Aug , 2020

There are some very significant indicators, which indicate the widespread footprints of the Islamic State in India. Recently in Bengaluru, a 28 year old ophthalmologist, Abdur Rehman, was arrested...

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Nepal inviting PLA on its Western Border

Nepal inviting PLA on its Western Border

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 24 Jun , 2020

The communist government of Nepal has gone ahead at effecting constitutional amendment in the map of Nepal with respect to Kalapani area on its western border. It has followed up its cartographic...

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Spare no weapons when it comes to existential crisis

Spare no weapons when it comes to existential crisis

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 20 Jun , 2020

This article was written during the Doklam faceoff with China. At that time the stake for China was the Belt Road Initiative (BRI), this time to it is the same, i.e. CPEC. Geographically, it is...

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India is indeed their Motherland

India is indeed their Motherland

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 03 Apr , 2020

This 25th March a Gurdwara in Kabul was bathed in blood. Twenty five devotees were felled by their burst of bullets or blown up with explosives by Jihadis. Their undoing was their faith. It is not...

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Your Lordships should Trust the Wisdom of Armed Forces

Your Lordships should Trust the Wisdom of Armed Forces

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 21 Mar , 2020

In a recent judgement, Your Lordships have directed the government to extend permanent commissions and command postings to women in the Indian Navy. Your asseveration is that by not doing so,...

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Damn it! it’s a War in Delhi

Damn it! it’s a War in Delhi

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 02 Mar , 2020

Officials of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) operate without uniform, weapons and in anonymity. So did Ankit Sharma. IB operatives have no enforcement role in law & order. They have no powers to...

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Trump did not exempt Islamic Terror within India

Trump did not exempt Islamic Terror within India

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 27 Feb , 2020

The protesters at Shaheen Bagh very well comprehend the import and imperative of the CAA. They know it is about ‘coming’ and not ‘going’. For Hindus and Sikhs of the subcontinent partition...

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India’s Third Front

India’s Third Front

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 24 Feb , 2020

An opposition leader in the Lok Sabha taunted the capability of the Indian Armed Forces to deal with a two-front threat. The remark was by no means innocent, the message was meant for external and...

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De-radicalization: Chief of Defence Staff Hit the Bull’s Eye

De-radicalization: Chief of Defence Staff Hit the Bull’s Eye

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 20 Jan , 2020

Gen Bipin Rawat, first Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) of India, in a function ‘Raisina Dialogue’, expressed his anguish over the radicalization in the country, which has not spared even 10 to 12...

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