Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Chemical Weapons
In the beginning of year 2018, Army Chief Bipin Rawat, while addressing a press conference in Delhi, warned about the plausible use of unconventional warfare techniques by both state and non-state actors in near future....
defence_start-ups_Make in India
Start- ups in are today becoming the flag bearers of innovation in various industrial segment’s further strengthening the backbone of the country. Their effective contribution have make them one of the major contributors to self-sufficiency....
Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, including machine learning and deep learning have emerged as multidisciplinary technologies leading to socio-economic disruptions around the globe. The emergence of smart electronic devices and their software capabilities based on intelligence,...
Big-Data-Analytics
Internet of things plus rise in connectivity via digital interactions has led to creation of enormous data with every passing movement. If we analyse the generation of data by security forces and data used by...
homeland security
In India’s defence industry, the term ‘Indigenization’ has become a byword and achieving it, a challenge. The country needs a strategic outlook and economic strength to capitalize on indigenization in the sector. The merger of...
ICGS Vikram
India is finally moving towards its much-needed indigenisation drive in the defence sector. One of the major developments that pushed the 15 year ‘Naval Indigenisation Plan’ took place with ICGS Vikram hitting the New Mangalore...
Lt Gen Kamal Jit Singh
Given India’s enormous cultural, linguistic and regional diversity, the country faces a myriad of issues that are threatening its security. The internal disparities among people, on various grounds, have made India vulnerable to flawed, motivated...
General Joginder Jaswant Singh
One cannot disagree with the fact that North-East has been a much-neglected region in terms of development and attention from New Delhi. The region’s negligible economic development has been a major cause for unrest, apart...
Lieutenant General Rakesh Sharma
India being the seventh largest multicultural country shares land borders with seven countries, approximating to 15106 km and 7516 km of coast line. If we include Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, it makes India the third largest border...
Syed Ata Hasnain
Geographical and historical factors have largely defined the internal and external security environment of the country and still play a major role in determining the security strategy, especially the northern region, including the major border...
Cyber threat to India’s weapons systems is a clear and present danger
A broad array of state-of-the-art weapons systems are strategically positioned in India. Aged and modern weapons systems operate together and have hundreds of thousands of chips with sophisticated designs, containing billions of transistors, making it...
Indian Air Force
In the prevailing context, it would be fair to say that India finds itself in a turbulent part of the continent. Territorial clashes linger, our rivals are building superior military capacities. Cross-border terrorism and internal...