Opinion | China’s Hydro Hegemony Is Overstated, India Needs A Plan

China’s upstream position is a reality, but its dominance on the Brahmaputra is overstated. It’s time to de-emphasise China’s hydro-hegemony. ...
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Indigenisation in Defence

Under the dynamic leadership of our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi ji, a great impetus has been laid upon Atmanirbharta in ...
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Future of India-US Ties: An Opinion

  Across spheres — defence, new tech, economy and development — India and the US have a conceptual overlap. But ...
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India & China cannot afford to have a full-fledged war: Lt Gen (Retd) Hooda

  “Indian Army has a tactical advantage over Chinese (PLA), as the Indian Security Forces have operating experience at higher ...
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The back-end warriors

Lifeline: C-17 airlifters are a part of the vital supply chain to Army garrisons in Ladakh.   The IAF has ...
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Ordnance factories are now a ‘hurdle’ for armed forces. Corporatisation is the way out

  An ordnance factory in India (Representational image) Poor workmanship, deteriorating quality issues and lack of professionalism have plagued the ...
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On China, an opening | An Opinion – World Defence News

Once again, India and China have agreed to disengage and de-escalate Once again, India and China have agreed to disengage ...
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Staring at Dragon’s eyes: India must stay on guard | An Opinion

Indian Army and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China during an event to hand over 5 Indian youths by PLA, ...
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India, China must shift focus to maintenance of status quo along each other’s perception of LAC

India’s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh made firm and thoughtful statements in the two Houses of Parliament on September 15 and ...
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Despite Advances in Strategic Arms, Country Fails ‘Make in India’ Test for Basic Equipment

The hugely expensive and frenzied import of munitions, missiles, assorted ordnance and high altitude gear, amongst myriad other equipment for ...
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