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From the First Love Affair in the UK to The Military Mission in Helmand province!
From the First Love Affair in the UK to The Military Mission in Helmand province!

The Book Called “Spare” by Prince Harry Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, a member of the British royal family, described the killing of 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan as “Removing Chess Pieces from the Board” in the book of his new memoirs called “SPARE,” which is to be published on January 10 this week. Mr. Prince Harry, Duke...

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Mystery of Two Press Releases on Revision of OROP
Mystery of Two Press Releases on Revision of OROP

It is a well known, read, and documented fact that there has been immense pressure from various sources for the revision of One Rank One Pension overdue in July 2019. The Govt has been criticised for the delay in implementing the order of 16 Mar 22 by the Supreme Court in favour of appellants (IESM & Others). Finally, an original Press Release...

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Xi Jinping: Waiting for Dawn??
Lt Gen PG Kamath | 02 Jan , 2023 3 comments

When Xi Jinping said ‘Dawn Ahead’; it is the first ever admission by the autocrat that it is night in his country; read, China is in a mess.  So far, all statements from China smacked arrogance, intimidation, and offensive; ever ready to flex its military and economic muscles to browbeat the world at large. It had unleased ‘wolf...

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Ukraine War: Russia’s Winter Strategy or Admission of Defeat
Col US Rathore | 27 Dec , 2022 2 comments
Ukraine War: Russia’s Winter Strategy or Admission of Defeat

Russia-Ukraine war has entered inthe tenth month with no signs of abating. In the first week of April this year, after battling for almost five weeks on a distant northern axis, Russia withdrewits forces from the suburbs of Kyiv and border cities of Chernihiv and Sumy. Riding on the initial momentum, Russian forces managed to penetrate deep...

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Why clear demarcation of LAC is a prerequisite to ensure India and China Border Peace
Claude Arpi | 23 Dec , 2022 0 comments

It is important to understand how the northern border of India has been delineated. From the end of the 19th century, the main factor for fixing a boundary in the Himalaya, in particular with Tibet, India’s northern neighbour, has been the watershed principle. During the Simla Conference in 1913-14, Sir Henry McMahon, India’s foreign...

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