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Soldier, scholar, institution builder

Monday 5 August '13

Air Commodore (retired) Jasjit Singh, who passed away on Sunday, August 4, in Gurgaon will be long-remembered as a pioneer of Indian defence and security studies
Pioneer of Navy’s aviation arm

Monday 3 June '13

Admiral ‘Miki’ Roy, who passed away last week. will be long remembered for his varied and valuable contribution to the Indian Navy and the nation
Unassuming, yet a visionary

Friday 28 October '11

With Admiral Oscar Stanley Dawson’s death in Bangalore on Sunday, the flag has been lowered on the last of the World War II veterans who burnished the office of the Chief of Naval Staff.
Best-selling, even after 70

Saturday 9 July '11

Remembering Narendra Singh Sarila — diplomat, industrialist, historian.
In case of attack

Saturday 18 April '09

In his characteristically reticent manner, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh admitted on Friday that India had “not been very successful in warding off terrorist attacks...
Our own Monty

Saturday 12 April '08

Major General “Monty” Palit, who was as much at home on the polo-field as he was among his well-thumbed military history books...
Once more with honesty

Friday 8 February '08

Kashmir is deemed to be central to the very being of the state in Pakistan’s national discourse.
Capture in Detail

Sunday 3 February '08

An action-packed coverage of how India dealt with a hostage crisis
The elephant and the dragon

Saturday 12 January '08

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to China from January 13 to 15 is of deep importance...
Pakistan’s heart of darkness

Saturday 29 December '07

Benazir Bhutto’s assassination has brought into relief the multiple security challenges the country faces.
Hot spot Charsadda

Tuesday 25 December '07

The suicide bomb attack that tragically killed more than 50 people in a mosque in Charsadda near Peshawar...
The pattern in Pakistan’s violence

Saturday 3 November '07

A motorcycle-borne suicide bomber, who rammed into a bus on Thursday in Sargodha, which houses Pakistan’s largest air....
When communists say let’s talk

Monday 3 September '07

The 123 text that will help to ‘operationalise’ the July 18, 2005 civilian nuclear cooperation agreement between India and the US is on hold.
Lal Masjid backlash tests Musharraf

Friday 20 July '07

The two separate bomb attacks in Pakistan on Thursday — in Hub, near Karachi, where 26 people were killed...
The quiet soldier

Wednesday 30 May '07

Remembering India’s most distinguished peacekeeper
Iraq, four years after that toppled statue

Tuesday 10 April '07

South Asia, still largely insulated from the fall-out of Iraq, is a stake-holder in the future trajectory of Iraq
It’s not judicious, General

Tuesday 20 March '07

The dramatic and unprecedented “suspension” of Pakistan’s Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary by the General Pervez Musharraf on March 9 has a touch of irony and tactical flourish to it.
Is the peace process now terror-proof?

Wednesday 21 February '07

Pakistan has of late been grappling with suicide bomb attacks, much like Afghanistan
Indian art’s forgotten genius

Monday 22 January '07

Benodebehari Mukherjee is a long neglected colossus of contemporary Indian art.
Strategic sub-text of the Iraq verdict

Wednesday 8 November '06

Socio-political Islam is undergoing a shift, with a Shia-dominated Iran and a Shia-majority Iraq


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