Author: Deccan Chronicle

Indian army lauded for being apolitical

Nilekani professor of India and South Asian Studies and Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, Steven Wilkinson argues

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Hyderabad: Commandos to be armed with MP5 firepower

Commandos of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), who are tasked with securing airports across the country amid increasing

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After FATF relief, keep up the pressure on Pak

In escaping being blacklisted by the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF), Pakistan may have dodged a bullet, but

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As tensions mount in gulf, Indian carriers expect turbulence

After an American drone was pulled down and the US strikes on Iranian targets were aborted, tensions have escalated

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Pakistan intelligence has India sound ‘red alert’

Airports and defence installations have been put on ‘high red alert’ after an intelligence input was received from Pakistan.

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Iran-US standoff: A policy challenge for India

One of the immediate challenges faced by new external affairs minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and his team would be to

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Bhishma tanks to be ‘made in Avadi’

The Russian made T-90S tanks are one of the most lethal Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) in the world. The

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DRDO missile was the 1st choice, not Spice-2000

The day after the Pulwama attack, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) received directions from the highest authorities

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Cabbages & Kings: Why are India’s airports so strict?

When I first left for Britain from Bombay (not yet rechristened) airport in the mid-1960s, my first trip abroad,

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INS Kadmatt docks in Singapore port

Indian Navy’s frontline Anti Submarine Warfare corvette, INS Kadmatt, arrived at Langkawi, Malaysia on a seven-day official visit on

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