Thursday, July 16, 2020
A global inter-security is a must to fight against extremist
The changing global security environment has posed various challenges. The increasing networking and connectivity have given a dangerous edge to extremist operations, especially in the context of escaping the inter-country security radars. Apart from anonymity provided by the technological advancement, another factor that has cushioned extremist organizations around the globe is the lack of adequate security cooperation. History testifies that major...
defence procurement
The government of the day has been taking important steps to build up supply chain based on indigenisation of defence sector. Private sector, for long has been barred from entering the defence sector which has proved to be a great set-back to the defence procurement. Since we are still to take off from the ground in context to deliverables...

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Government need to encourage startups and entrepreneurs to fill the gap in social media apps. Ever since 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in a fight against Chinese expansionism near Galwan, Line of Actual Control (LAC), India...
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China claims sovereignty over the Galwan valley. India can’t submit to Chinese expansionism. These are difficult times for the world as we are dealing with an unprecedented challenge in the form of coronavirus which has...
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At the virtual bilateral meet, India and Australia signed seven agreements on Thursday. Most importantly, the two nations agreed on sharing the military bases for logistical uses. Under the Mutual Logistics Support Agreement (MLSA), the...
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The killing of the ‘A++’ category terrorist and Hizb commander — Riyaz Naikoo by Indian Army’s 55 Rashtriya Rifles, CRPF and J&K Police’s Special Operations Group (SOG) is considered to be a landmark achievement in...

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