This is the second part of the Sino Indian Battles of 1962. The valour and raw courage of Indian soldiers dwarfs the fact that we lost. -Editor By Col NN Bhatia Brief Description of Kumaonis Kumaon is one [...]
Col N N Bhatia (Retd) The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 is synonymous with liberation of Bangladesh that commenced with Pakistan launching of Operation Chengiz Khan on 3 December 1971 through pre-emptive strikes on 11 Indian airbases. The war effectively came to an end after the Eastern Command of the Pakistani Armed Forces deployed to protect Eastern Wing [...]
No. 1559, GD (P) Air Commodore Mehar Singh, MVC, DSO, one of the bravest, most daring, free spirited, fearless, tempestuous and, yes, abrasive pioneers of the Indian Air Force (IAF) was one such maverick.
Sumit Ganguly argues that Good Indo-Russian relations need not necessarily come at the cost of a robust Indo-U.S. relationship. However, bilateral ties aren’t formed or maintained of their own accord. If Obama continues to neglect India, other powers—many of which see the U.S. has a strategic competitor—will step into the breach. Given all the authoritarian regimes, terrorism and the tenuous economic recovery in Asia, can Obama really allow U.S.-India relations to backslide into the mutual neglect last seen during the Cold War?