Articles in Homeland Security

India should employ tough measures against Cross-Border Terrorism in Kashmir

India should employ tough measures against Cross-Border Terrorism in Kashmir

By: Anurag Tripathi | Issue: Courtesy: South Asia Monitor | Date: 27 Jul , 2017

The trend towards declining violence has been reversed in Jammu and Kashmir over the past few years; the current situation in the State is alarming and 2017 could end up being the bloodiest year...

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Kargil War - How it should have been fought?

Kargil War - How it should have been fought?

By: Brig Harwant Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 26 Jul , 2017

Question: “Where and when did the Indian Army fight the last battle of the First World War”? Answer: “Kargil, J&K, India, in 1999”. With our Army’s very long deployment on the Internal...

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The Malabar Exercises: An Appraisal

The Malabar Exercises: An Appraisal

By: Col Adarsha Verma | Issue: Courtesy: IDSA | Date: 19 Jul , 2017

The 21st edition of the Malabar exercises, Malabar-17, was conducted in the Bay of Bengal from July 10 to 17, 2017. The primary aim of the exercise was to increase interoperability amongst the...

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Beyond Amarnath Yatra Attack

Beyond Amarnath Yatra Attack

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 15 Jul , 2017

The terrorist attack on the bus carrying 60 Amarnath pilgrims returning post visiting the cave on July 10 indicates more terror in the offing, requiring measures beyond ramped up security and...

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Dealing With Maoist Insurgency: Focused Approach Required

Dealing With Maoist Insurgency: Focused Approach Required

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Vol. 32.2 Apr-Jun 2017 | Date: 03 Jul , 2017

Hundreds of CAPF battalions have been raised and there is no reason they cannot deal with internal security issues. They must perform/be ‘made’ to perform, and most importantly, dominate the...

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Maritime Issues: Proactive Initiatives

Maritime Issues: Proactive Initiatives

By: Dr Vijay Sakhuja | Issue: Courtesy: IPCS | Date: 02 Jul , 2017

During the last three years since the incumbent government led by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power, ‘matters maritime’ have gained ascendency, clearly suggesting that...

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Will Khaplang’s death alter course of Militancy in India's North-East?

Will Khaplang’s death alter course of Militancy in India's North-East?

By: Rupak Bhattacharjee | Issue: Courtesy: South Asia Monitor | Date: 01 Jul , 2017

The death of National Socialist Council of Nagalim (K) Chairman Shangwang Shangyung Khaplang has added a new twist to the protracted Naga problem. Khaplang was one of the strongest insurgent...

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Kashmir: Now or Never

Kashmir: Now or Never

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 20 Jun , 2017

The recent killing of six policemen betrayed the nadir of ‘Ramzan Jihad’ in the Kashmir Valley. Their cardinal sin being that they in their line of duty to protect the nation and its...

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Why the Human Rights of Soldiers not Respected in India?

Why the Human Rights of Soldiers not Respected in India?

By: Sanjeev Sirohi | Issue: Courtesy: Uday India | Date: 16 Jun , 2017

Martyrdom of two brave soldiers – Naib Subedar Paramjit Singh of Indian Army and Head Constable Prem Sagar of BSF – who were recently badly mutilated and beheaded by Border Action Force of...

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Modi Foreign Policy is Reflected in India's Rising Stature

Modi Foreign Policy is Reflected in India's Rising Stature

By: Martand Jha | Issue: Courtesy: South Asia Monitor | Date: 15 Jun , 2017

The NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi completed three years in power last month, making this a good time to analyze the kind of approach this government has taken towards foreign...

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