Arun Kumar Singh

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Arun Kumar Singh

At sea, Sino-India ties need propulsion

For centuries, great powers (initially Europeans and then US) have sent warships to the Indian Ocean (and other oceans, of course) to protect their sea-borne trade, for colonisation, intervention to topple unfriendly governments, influence political events and gather intelligence about regional navies and ocean hydrography, which is vital for submarine operations.

Japan sends India friend request.

China’s simultaneous military muscle-flexing along India’s 4,000 km long disputed northern land borders and the disputed South and East China seas — including the Japanese controlled Senkaku Islands —

Pakistan’s dirty bomb threat

These are difficult times for India.

Indian Navy’s nuke dream

INS Vikramaditya, the 44,570-tonne aircraft carrier, which was commissioned into the Indian Navy on November 16, 2013, will remain the Indian Navy’s largest ship for years to come.

Navy in the dock

The Indian Navy has always had a sound strategy to develop a “balanced force capability” comprising naval aviation, submarines, warships and marine commandos, so that it can protect national interests

Of late, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been thoughtlessly and in a hurry jumping into every available situation, without verifying basic facts, to criticise the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Madhu Kishwar, as the editor of Manushi, set the feminism agenda for many Indian women decades ago. Madhu Kishwar as chief media admirer of prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi is another story completely. The first Kishwar has been declared missing, never to be found.