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Balakot strikes

What changed in last 5 years?

Unlike earlier governments that used to come back to power with just a single major decision like nuclear deal or farm loan waiver or increase in the number of subsidized cylinders, this government has has taken major decisions every single day.

India-Pakistan: Surgical Strikes, Air Strikes and beyond

Pakistan Military doctrine is an extensive document focused solely on India and Islam, mentioning two important terms which spills out their strategy- "Ghazwa-e-Hind" and "bleed India with a thousand cuts".

Balakot airstrikes and aftermath – Parallels with Shivaji’s Battle of Pratapgadh

PM Modi’s leadership and actions in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack has a lot of parallels with Pratapgadh encounter between Shivaji and the Adilshahi General Afzal Khan, in terms of  comprehensive strategy, successful military action and decisive leadership.

The only way to get rid of terrorism

Terrorists from now on will have to think about the safe havens for themselves, because Pakistan is not safe for them any more. This fear is good. Fear is an excellent deterrent.

The Government has every right on Air Strikes success

As the NDA government has come out victorious, slowly the opposition has started gathering issues and are enquiring for proof of raids in Balakot.

The Pulwama aftermath: Whither to from here?

For every terrorist killed, a hundred rioters could easily be recruited. The experience of Israel is very much before us.

The Kashmir obsession and nuclear bogey: An open letter to Arundhati Roy

It seems Ms. Roy is hell bent upon reminding the world that how India should not act against terrorism and accept its fate as the perpetrators have nuclear arms.

Politicization of IAF Airstrikes- Who does it?

If doubting the veracity of the strikes by the likes of the NCP’s Majid Memon, Sharad Pawar, Mamata Bannerjee etc. is not politicization, then what is?

Here is why India’s answer to Pakistan is perfectly a befitting one

If Pakistan chooses to retaliate, their attack options would either be civilian or armed forces, both in gross violation of international law, leaving Pakistan in a catch-22 situation.

Section of Indian media tries to emasculate Indian response to terror

How committed certain sections of the Indian intelligentsia are to the idea of a weak India, perpetually suffering excesses without having recourse to any kind of aggressive response, became clear in the aftermath of these spectacular operations.

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