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Anil Bhat

Book REVIEW | A captain’s frank perspective on an unjust and devious war

A Ridge Too Far is a catchy but apt title reminiscent of A Bridge Too Far authored by Cornelius Ryan and made into a movie

17 Jan 2021 9:37 AM

India’s BrahMos cruise missile flies farther, faster than others

The name is derived from India’s Brahmaputra and Russia’s Moskva rivers.

04 Feb 2020 1:40 AM

India-Bangladesh border meet takes place amidst NRC, CAA

The DG level talks between India and Bangladesh, continuing since long, are held twice every year — once each in India and Bangladesh.

06 Jan 2020 2:14 AM

Vijay Divas at India’s National War Memorial for the first time

Independent India was destined for many wars. Independence itself was closely followed by the first India-Pakistan war of 1947-48.

16 Dec 2019 6:21 AM

India-Japan ministerial meet with a focus on Indo-Pacific

The ministers also concurred to proceed with coordination for the first India-Japan joint fighter aircraft exercise in Japan.

09 Dec 2019 12:53 AM

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With giant strides in self-reliance, DRDO set to galvanise the forces

The interceptor, a Prithvi Defence Vehicle (PDV) Mark-II, had a hit-to-kill capable kinetic kill vehicle.

13 Nov 2019 1:40 AM

British made sure India lost Gilgit, PoK

On China, Nehru, along with India’s second defence minister, V.K. Krishna Menon, made another huge mess.

18 Oct 2019 1:33 AM

Sino-Indian posturing on talks table, terrain and high seas

Much of the Sino-Indian relationship is about posturing, in order to keep the ties going smoothly.

25 Sep 2019 1:09 AM

Acquiring Apache helicopters is good news for the Air Force

Hopefully, the entry of the Apache will begin a process of making good our glaring and long-standing deficiencies.

16 Sep 2019 6:49 AM

Indian Army beats seven nations to win Scout Masters

The Indian Army, which participated in the competition for the first time, fielded a team selected and trained by Southern Command.

19 Aug 2019 12:07 AM

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Stealthily, the enemy sneaked into paradise

Even as an old soldier, he experienced again the fear of climbing the rugged heights.

09 Aug 2019 1:08 AM

Wounds fester, strife continues; dispute unsettled after 20 years

Operation Vijay was an intensification of Pakistan’s fourth war against India, which, since the late 1980s, continues till date.

29 Jul 2019 1:20 AM

Where Nehru failed, Vajpayee excelled

The admiral reveals how a statesman-like Prime Minister took pains to gain insights into its diverse Armed Forces.

05 Jul 2019 1:20 AM

Italians are grateful to Indian soldiers who had helped them in World War II

Almost 50,000 Indian troops, mostly between the ages of 19 to 22, fought for Italy’s liberation during World War II.

11 Jun 2019 1:17 AM

The public-private tussle in India over defence shipbuilding

GRSE is executing an order for five FPVs for the ICG, of which ICGS Priyadarshini is the first in the series.

07 May 2019 5:10 AM

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An evening of Indian and Canadian bagpipers

Bagpipe music has caught the fancy of Indians and has become popular in some parts of the country.

23 Apr 2019 12:10 AM

Communalism couldn’t hold back this ‘Sarkari Mussalman’

Adopted by his mother’s sister, Zameer spent his first five years with her and his maternal grandfather, from whom he learnt horse riding.

12 Apr 2019 2:05 AM

Despite shying away from history, Pak honours Bhagat Singh legacy

The Bhagat Singh Archives and Resource Centre has 300 books on Bhagat Singh which will be useful for research scholars.

01 Apr 2019 12:17 AM

After Pulwama: The good, the bad and the ugly

But the February 14 attack had not merely been a heinous one.

13 Mar 2019 2:45 AM

Indian Navy flexes its maritime muscle with new acquisitions

The Naval Chief elaborated on important acquisitions of various vessels and aircraft.

14 Feb 2019 1:45 AM

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