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Defence Planning Committee: Is too much being attempted too late?

To be relevant, DPC will have to address complex national security issues that have bedevilled the Indian policy apparatus for years

Armed force personnel stage a live demo after the inauguration of 10th edition of 'India's Mega Defence Exhibition - DefExpo 2018', a biennial exhibition of weapons and military hardware, Chennai, April 12(PTI)
Updated on Apr 19, 2018 07:55 PM IST
ByC Uday Bhaskar

Chances of Tashkent conference leading to a consensus within Afghanistan look slim

The road ahead for Afghanistan’s reconstruction will be arduous and blood-soaked and Delhi must exhort the donor constituency to stay the course for the next decade and more

A file picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Afghanistan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani.(Mohd Zakir/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Mar 26, 2018 08:12 PM IST
ByC Uday Bhaskar

Naval chief’s US visit must bring clarity to defence ties

The high-density agenda for the Admiral is indicative of the importance being accorded to this visit by the Washington Beltway.

Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba interacts with cadets, during his visit to NCC Republic Day Parade Camp 2018, in New Delhi.(PTI file photo)
Updated on Mar 18, 2018 10:59 PM IST
ByC Uday Bhaskar

Address inventory gaps to make Indian Navy a credible maritime force

The Indian Navy has great ambitions for the Indian Ocean region, but to become a credible naval presence in the maritime domain it needs sturdy sea legs—something which it lacks at the moment

Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman inspecting the Guard of Honour at the commissioning ceremony of INS Kiltan, Naval Dockyard, Visakhapatnam, October 16 (Representative Photo)(PTI)
Published on Nov 16, 2017 12:10 PM IST
ByC Uday Bhaskar

Malabar 2017: India-US-Japan naval exercise not aimed at stoking China’s anxieties

China is seeking to bridge the naval gap with relation to the US with a heightened sense of urgency, and this is reflected in its reaction to the Malabar naval exercise

Vessels of the Indian Navy and US Navy in the Indian Ocean during a Malabar naval exercise. The geopolitical subtext of the Malabar exercise is complex and multi-layered (File Photo)(AFP)
Updated on Jul 16, 2017 09:13 PM IST
ByC Uday Bhaskar

Pakistan’s ruling on ‘spy’ Kulbhushan Jadhav akin to verdict of kangaroo court

India cautioned that this act by Pakistan would be deemed to be one of ‘pre-meditated murder’, signalling that the already strained India-Pakistan bilateral is all set to go further south.

Police personal wait outside Kulbhushan Jadhav's residence in Mumbai on Monday.(Prashant Waydande /HT photo)
Updated on Apr 18, 2017 07:19 PM IST
ByC Uday Bhaskar

Ageing minesweepers leave navy vulnerable

The observation by a parliamentary panel that the Indian Navy (IN) will soon reach a point of near zero mine-sweeping capability when the existing six vessels are de-commissioned by end 2018 is yet another reminder.

File Photo of INS Viraat is which was decommissioned on 06 March 2017.(HT Photo)
Updated on Mar 11, 2017 01:38 AM IST
New Delhi | ByC Uday Bhaskar

After the surgical strike: What India must do with Pakistan now

India must be prepared for difficult days in the near future.

Pakistani lawmakers leave the Parliament in Islamabad, on September 29, 2016. Pakistan dismissed Indian military reports that it had carried out strikes against “terrorist launch pads”.(AP)
Updated on Sep 30, 2016 07:43 AM IST
ByC Uday Bhaskar

Now, Islamabad will have to decide on next move

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Published on Sep 30, 2016 07:16 AM IST

Kargil: Whose war was that?

July 26 marks 10 years after India won the limited but high-stakes Kargil War initiated by Pakistan. On this day in 1999, the Indian soldiers gave the country a significant victory - albeit at a heavy cost in life, limb and blood. More than 500 military personnel gave their lives and a grateful nation celebrated a Kargil Diwas.

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Updated on Jul 26, 2009 11:02 AM IST
Agencies | ByC Uday Bhaskar

After Prabhakaran: Will Sri Lanka finally have peace?

The dramatic albeit gory footage of a dead Velupillai Prabhakaran with a bullet hole through his forehead marks the end of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) as a feared terrorist organisation.

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Updated on May 21, 2009 11:56 AM IST
None | ByC Uday Bhaskar

Mangalore pub attack: Lessons India's civil society must heed

The violent attack on a group of women in a Mangalore pub by activists of the self-styled Sri Ram Sene who could not countenance such innocent revelry is to be condemned in the most unambiguous terms.

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Updated on Jan 29, 2009 10:25 AM IST
None | ByC. Uday Bhaskar

Will Baghdad become the mother of all battles?

Despite their rapid advance in Iraq, allies still don't control any city fully, writes C Uday Bhaskar.

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Updated on Apr 04, 2003 12:34 AM IST
PTI | ByC Uday Bhaskar (Indo-Asian News Service)
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