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When Indian Media Covers International Relations…

When Indian Media Covers International Relations…

By: Martand Jha | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 15 Jan , 2017

Analysing international relations, issues related to security, strategy, defence and geo-politics is not a child’s play that anyone can do. One needs a solid understanding of international...

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Indians against India

Indians against India

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 09 Jan , 2017

Kolkatta is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. Historically, Kolkatta has been the prime impetus of the freedom movement and the cultural renaissance of India. People who sacrificed...

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Why and how are West Pakistan Refugees suffering and what is way Forward

Why and how are West Pakistan Refugees suffering and what is way Forward

By: Sanjeev Nayyar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 05 Jan , 2017

The separatist leadership of Kashmir Valley called for protests because of the State Government's decision to issue domicile certificates to West Pakistan Refugees (WPR) who have been denied...

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Kashmir Consigned to Global Jihad

Kashmir Consigned to Global Jihad

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 01 Jan , 2017

The hide and seek judicial affair with respect to Masarat Alam in his long career of militancy is a sad commentary on the will and preparedness of the state of J&K to fight Pakistan’s proxy...

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Water not at cost of Indian Blood

Water not at cost of Indian Blood

By: RSN Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 21 Dec , 2016

The filing of the charge sheet against Maulana Masood Azhar, the leader of the Jaish-e- Mohammad (JeM) and his associates by the NIA should also serve as a reminder that it is now more than...

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Emerging Threat of Grassroots Terrorism and Lone Wolf Actors in India

Emerging Threat of Grassroots Terrorism and Lone Wolf Actors in India

By: Dr V Balasubramaniyan | Issue: Vol. 31.4 Oct-Dec 2016 | Date: 20 Dec , 2016

Grassroots terrorism which is defined as organisational de-evolution of terrorist groups into single actor or small actor networks is one of the recent phenomena witnessed in larger and older...

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Insurgency in The Northeast: Is there Light at the End of the Tunnel?

Insurgency in The Northeast: Is there Light at the End of the Tunnel?

By: Maj Gen Sheru Thapliyal | Issue: Vol. 31.4 Oct-Dec 2016 | Date: 17 Dec , 2016

When the Constitution was framed, a sub-committee headed by Gopinath Bordoloi was appointed to examine and recommend the constitutional arrangements that would fulfill the aspirations of the...

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Implications of Terror Strike in Dhaka

Implications of Terror Strike in Dhaka

By: Dr N Manoharan & Dr Bidanda Chengappa | Issue: Vol. 31.4 Oct-Dec 2016 | Date: 13 Dec , 2016

The political leadership in the border state of West Bengal has to realise that vote bank politics to encourage Bangladeshi migrants has already threatened national security interests....

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Similarities in Military and Corporate World

Similarities in Military and Corporate World

By: Ram Sharma | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 11 Dec , 2016

After retiring from the army, I joined Army Welfare Placement Organisation as MD. It has been an exhilarating experience as I was able to syndicate jobs for a large number of veteran soldiers....

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Its not Pakistan, Its Kashmir…!

Its not Pakistan, Its Kashmir…!

By: Alpana Kishore | Issue: Vol. 31.4 Oct-Dec 2016 | Date: 09 Dec , 2016

Indian policy makers could do well to adopt it in their prescriptions for the perpetual hostilities at the border. Since 1947, Pakistan has almost completely occupied India’s strategic...

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