Articles in Homeland Security

Train hard without Weakening your Punch in the Battle

Train hard without Weakening your Punch in the Battle

By: Lt Gen (Dr) VK Saxena (Retd.) | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 12 Jun , 2024

While the Russo-Ukraine war currently charting itsblood–soaked path of death and destruction has thrown up multiple lessons for strategists and military commanders alike, it has once again flagged...

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Memorial Day: A Day to remember the brave men and women who died fighting...

Memorial Day: A Day to remember the brave men and women who died fighting...

By: Neeraj Mahajan | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 06 Jun , 2024

Every year, the last Monday of May is commomerated as Memorial Day in the United States. It is a solemn day to remember the brave men and women who laid down their lives for the United States of...

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The International Criminal Court faces controversies and allegations of...

The International Criminal Court faces controversies and allegations of...

By: Tajul Islam | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 24 May , 2024

The International Criminal Court (ICC) and its chief prosecutor Karim Khan, a Pakistani-British member of the Ahmadiyya community, with deep-rooted connections with Buckingham Palace and UK’s...

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Media’s Onerous Responsibility in Reporting Terrorist Incidents

Media’s Onerous Responsibility in Reporting Terrorist Incidents

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 15 May , 2024

A lot has been spoken and written about the recent ambush of an Indian Air Force [IAF] convoy in the Poonch district of J&K that left one air warrior dead and four others injured. Given the...

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New Front Lines – Geopolitics of Semiconductors

New Front Lines – Geopolitics of Semiconductors

By: Dr Manavik Raj | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 14 May , 2024

Most forms of politics are about power. ‘Geopolitics’ has incarnated itself with scholars providing a new perspective in every generation. This century has seen a rise in geopolitical...

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The words of the Defence Minister do not ring hollow

The words of the Defence Minister do not ring hollow

By: Lt Gen (Dr) VK Saxena (Retd.) | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 13 May , 2024

For a country that tops the list of arms importing nations of the world to have also joined the list of world’s top 25 ‘arms exporters’ is a story of a steady rise of India and its...

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Chinese focus on Siachen

Chinese focus on Siachen

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 28 Apr , 2024

Siachen has been in the news recently – 40 years of occupation of the Saltoro Range by the Indian Army in 1984. Many narratives, including individual and collective gallant actions, have been...

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From Policy to Power: Shaping Bangladesh’s Renewable Energy Landscape

From Policy to Power: Shaping Bangladesh’s Renewable Energy Landscape

By: Md. Abdullah-Al -Mamun | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 25 Apr , 2024

As Bangladesh continues to develop economically and its population grows (the most densely populated country already), there is an urgent need for a comprehensive energy policy that underscores on...

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How to Defend Against the Dubious Kuki-Chin Armed Movement

How to Defend Against the Dubious Kuki-Chin Armed Movement

By: M A Hossain | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 20 Apr , 2024

The Bangladesh government has garnered significant experience in countering insurgency activities in the Chattagram Hill Tracts (CHT). Through operations like “Operation Dabanal,” the Bangladesh...

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Contribution of Army Goodwill Schools towards Development of J&K

Contribution of Army Goodwill Schools towards Development of J&K

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 18 Apr , 2024

The contrast couldn’t be more telling. While the people of J&K ushered 2024 with the good news that students of Army Goodwill School in Wuzur, Anantnag had won two gold medals in the...

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Operation Meghdoot: India's Conquest of the Siachen Glacier

Operation Meghdoot: India's Conquest of the Siachen Glacier

By: IDR News Network | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 13 Apr , 2024

Operation Meghdoot, a monumental military endeavor launched on April 13, 1984, marks a defining moment in India’s history, epitomizing its unwavering determination to safeguard its territorial...

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Boon is Central Rule for Ladakhi Buddhists

Boon is Central Rule for Ladakhi Buddhists

By: Hari Om Mahajan | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 13 Apr , 2024

The one region which suffered huge socio-economic and political losses after the accession of the erstwhile State of Jammu and Kashmir to Bharat on October 26, 1947 was the Buddhist-dominated Leh...

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Jobless Growth in India: Thoughts on Viksit Bharat

Jobless Growth in India: Thoughts on Viksit Bharat

By: Prof (Dr) SN Misra | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 08 Apr , 2024

Introduction One of the paradoxes of India’s growth story, after economic liberalization was introduced in 1991, has been jobless growth. At its peak during the years 2004-2009, while the...

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ISIS and AQIS continue to expand activities in Bangladesh

ISIS and AQIS continue to expand activities in Bangladesh

By: Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 23 Mar , 2024

Recently, two top-rung kingpins of Islamist jihadist outfit Islamic State (ISIS) were nabbed by law enforcement agencies in India after they entered the country with a notorious plot of sabotage...

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The Question of Sea Security in IR

The Question of Sea Security in IR

By: Dr Sudhir Hindwan | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 14 Mar , 2024

The recent induction of MH-60 R Helicopters and deployment of INS Jatayu in the Lakshadweep area by the Indian Navy will strengthen India’s maritime prowess in the Indian Ocean Area and enhance...

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Human Security and its Dimensions

Human Security and its Dimensions

By: Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirovic | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 09 Mar , 2024

The concept of human security is a controversial approach by a certain group of post-Cold War 1.0 academicians (after 1990) for the purpose of redefining and at the same time making broader the...

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J&K: Doda Students Reject Religious Polarisation Attempt

J&K: Doda Students Reject Religious Polarisation Attempt

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 02 Mar , 2024

Just the other day, a young Pakistani girl in the city of Lahore went to an eatery wearing a modest dress embellished with the Arabic word ‘halwa’ all over in elegant calligraphy. As this...

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India’s War on Terrorism Ecosystem in J&K

India’s War on Terrorism Ecosystem in J&K

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 24 Feb , 2024

There’s a general misapprehension amongst many that terrorism can be effectively eradicated solely by using the ‘fighting fire with fire’ strategy and killing or apprehending terrorists...

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Pakistan's Cross-Border Terrorism

Pakistan's Cross-Border Terrorism

By: Aparna Rawal | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 17 Feb , 2024

On 14thFebruary  2024, the Pakistani Rangers violated ceasefire agreement with India, which resulted in crossfire from the Indian Border security Force (BSF) post along the international border...

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Remembering Shivaji The Great

Remembering Shivaji The Great

By: Col Anil Athale | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 16 Feb , 2024

“A few distant centuries ago, on a nondescript day I can barely imagine Upon what craggy hilltop, within a dense sunless forest O sovereign Shivaji Lightning-like, across your forehead, there...

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