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Lessons From India's 'Surgical Strikes', One Year Later
September 29, 2017
Lessons From India's 'Surgical Strikes', One Year Later
The surgical strikes indicated a threshold for Indian response. Kashmir, however, will continue to simmer.
Lessons From India's 'Surgical Strikes', One Year Later
The Inside Story of India's 2016 'Surgical Strikes'
September 23, 2017
The Inside Story of India's 2016 'Surgical Strikes'
The never-before-told details of what went into India's "surgical strikes" against Pakistan-based militants in late-2016.
The Inside Story of India's 2016 'Surgical Strikes'
India Kicks Off Production of Light Combat Helicopter
September 01, 2017
India Kicks Off Production of Light Combat Helicopter
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited has commenced production of the Light Combat Helicopter.
India Kicks Off Production of Light Combat Helicopter
India Clears Purchase of 6 US-Made Attack Helicopters
August 18, 2017
India Clears Purchase of 6 US-Made Attack Helicopters
This is first time that the Indian Army will operate U.S.-made Apache attack helicopters.
India Clears Purchase of 6 US-Made Attack Helicopters
India’s New Homegrown Artillery Gun System Fails in Test
August 14, 2017
India’s New Homegrown Artillery Gun System Fails in Test
Recent test setbacks will likely delay the induction of the new 155 millimeter/45-caliber gun.
India’s New Homegrown Artillery Gun System Fails in Test
No, India’s Army Did Not Play a ‘Significant Role’ at Dunkirk
August 08, 2017
No, India’s Army Did Not Play a ‘Significant Role’ at Dunkirk
When discussing India’s role in World War II, let’s stick to the historical facts.
No, India’s Army Did Not Play a ‘Significant Role’ at Dunkirk
Trump-Modi Meeting: India to Push for Predator Drone Sale
June 23, 2017
Trump-Modi Meeting: India to Push for Predator Drone Sale
India continues to push the U.S. government to sell the Indian Navy advanced surveillance drones.
Trump-Modi Meeting: India to Push for Predator Drone Sale
India Set to Deploy Armed Helicopters Along Eastern Border to Counter China
June 13, 2017
India Set to Deploy Armed Helicopters Along Eastern Border to Counter China
India is expected to dispatch a squadron of helicopters to the border to strengthen its military presence there.
India Set to Deploy Armed Helicopters Along Eastern Border to Counter China
India's Projection of Power Through Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
June 02, 2017
India's Projection of Power Through Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
Rescue operations abroad help the Indian military project the image of a responsible power.
India's Projection of Power Through Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
India’s Army Chief Visits Myanmar
May 30, 2017
India’s Army Chief Visits Myanmar
General Bipin Rawat is on a four-day trip to Naypyidaw to boost defense ties.
India’s Army Chief Visits Myanmar
Indian Army to Buy 11 US Heavy Attack Helicopters
May 25, 2017
Indian Army to Buy 11 US Heavy Attack Helicopters
The Indian Army and Indian Air Force are both slated to operate one of the world’s most advanced heavy attack helicopters.
Indian Army to Buy 11 US Heavy Attack Helicopters
India Signs Contract for 100 Self-Propelled Howitzers
May 16, 2017
India Signs Contract for 100 Self-Propelled Howitzers
The Ministry of Defense signed a deal with a South Korean defense contractor and its Indian partner last week.
India Signs Contract for 100 Self-Propelled Howitzers
India-Pakistan Rumblings Along Kashmir Line of Control Continue
May 08, 2017
India-Pakistan Rumblings Along Kashmir Line of Control Continue
Tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad persist. The question is if both sides can avoid escalation.
India-Pakistan Rumblings Along Kashmir Line of Control Continue
A Human Shield in Kashmir Raises Questions About Indian Army Overreach
April 26, 2017
A Human Shield in Kashmir Raises Questions About Indian Army Overreach
A video gone viral on social media has India up in arms.
A Human Shield in Kashmir Raises Questions About Indian Army Overreach
Cold Start in the Making? India Approves Purchase of 100 Self-Propelled Howitzers
April 01, 2017
Cold Start in the Making? India Approves Purchase of 100 Self-Propelled Howitzers
India has reportedly moved forward with the procurement of new self-propelled artillery for its military.
Cold Start in the Making? India Approves Purchase of 100 Self-Propelled Howitzers
The Lessons of Irom Sharmila's Defeat in Manipur
March 25, 2017
The Lessons of Irom Sharmila's Defeat in Manipur
Sharmila’s defeat in Manipur signals that fame cannot overcome the political machine.
The Lessons of Irom Sharmila's Defeat in Manipur
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