Wednesday, January 22, 2020
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...
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,...
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....
The series of border skirmishes and terrorist infiltrations in the Valley and North Eastern parts of the country has created a tense security situation. Border Security Forces till now have been able to neutralise the...
Afghanistan combat forces training
The new cooperation mediated by China between Afghanistan and Pakistan to fight terror in the region does give a proper appeal. If it gets implemented in spirit, Afghanistan will benefit significantly in its nation-building activities....
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...
Ever since the Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat, raised his concern towards the disappointing defence budget, there has been much discussion on identifying the areas of deficit and finding a way out. As per Gen. Rawat,...
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...
India loosing Grip in South Asia_1
The geostrategic realities in the South and South East Asia have drawn much attention in the recent past. Much of it indicates India’s losing grip and China’s growing influence in the region. Leaders of the 10...
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...
cyber attack
The rise of cyber-attacks has forced the companies to opt for cyber insurance policies— for mitigating the overall cyber-breach risk. According to a new Data Security Council of India (DSCI) report, India has been the...
The changing power dynamics in the contemporary South Asia is largely due to China’s growing hegemony. China is identified as one of the most ambitious and expansionist countries in the existing power court. The country,...