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Eyes And Ears Of The Indian Army, Gujjars Want Their Own Regiment

Muslim Gujjars in India’s northern state of Jammu & Kashmir have served in the Indian Army and been its

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After Seychelles Faux Pas, India Must Learn From China

The highly classified India-Seychelles agreement, signed during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the archipelago in 2015, was

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Higher Fuel Costs In India Force Airlines To Raise Fares

The rise in fuel prices is taking a toll on India’s fast-growing domestic aviation sector, with airlines forced to

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India Should Consider Sub-conventional Warfare Against Pakistan

While the world’s strategic community remains engaged with Iran, North Korea and Palestine, an extremely volatile nuclear flash-point in

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Why Pakistan And India Should Join Nuclear Suppliers Group

Today, nuclear energy is the second-largest clean and low-carbon energy source after hydro. Currently, 450 nuclear reactors are producing

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New Airports On Tibetan Border May Test Sino-Indian Détente

Will Beijing’s efforts to enhance connectivity with isolated parts of Tibet put a chill on the recent thaw in

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Renaming The US Pacific Command. Why Indo-Pacific?

In a pivotal move projecting a new set of national interests, US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis, barely a day

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US, UN Need To Take Sterner View Of Pakistan’s Terror Export

Pakistani media have reported that former Lieutenant-General Shahid Aziz, who served as the director general for military operations of the

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Naga Militant Groups On Verge Of Signing Peace Accord

Peace may be within reach in India’s restive northeastern states, where various ethnic insurgent groups have been active since

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US Sanctions Hit Pakistan’s Plan To Join Nuclear Suppliers Group

Pakistan’s plan to become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group has come under a cloud after the US

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