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Defence modernization by Modi govt

Indian Air Force; the potency multiplies

With the declared delivery of four Rafale fighter aircrafts to the Indian Airforce by end of July, 2020; the nation is anxiously waiting for the arrival of this force multiplier.

भारत की सुरक्षा: मोदी सरकार ने कैसे पिछले पांच साल में आतंकवाद पर काबू पाया

2014 से भारत की मोदी सरकार ने अपने सैन्य और विदेश मामलों में बहुत कुछ बदलाव किये जैसे की जो देश अंतरराष्ट्रीय मामलो में भारत का साथ देते थे उनको फिर से पास लाना और जो देश भारत के खिलाफ काम करते थे उनको अलग थलग कर देना।

Here’s how the Indian Air Force may look like in 2030

India will be power-packed for her self-defense, like never before!

Rafale controversy: Decoded & simplified

As stated by the CAG, the current deal is 2.86% cheaper than the unfinished deal under UPA, keeping in mind the % escalation factor per year which is fixed to 1.1 as compared to 3.9 under UPA.

Why we need S400 and why Pakistan should fear this

With 36 Rafale planes are coming to India from September 2019 and India is yet to finalize 110 fighter jets deal; we headed for a deterrent named as S400 air defence system.

Defence deals which brought back India’s reputation

Since Modi came to power India is buying military hardware like never before. We have crossed 3 lakh crore budget for defence (allowance budget is not included).

Major defence deals despite Elections

Unlike the previous govts who would shy away from taking major decisions in the election season to focus on campaign, Modi govt despite Lok Sabha elections, have closed much needed defence deals recently.

Firepower of India under Modi Government

Modi government in 2014, present with indigenous solution of Dhanush and ATAGS guns at nascent stages, successfully tackled the uphill task of improving army's firepower. Here is how it was done these 5 years.

What Modi did for the Indian Armed Forces

The modernisation of Defense forces has been going on at full pace and this government has been on its heel with this regard.

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The curious case of Shah Faesal

Shah Faesal, is a UPSC civil services topper and a staunch campaigner of Pakistan sponsored "Kashmiriyat" and vocal anti-Indian.

Covid opens up urban development challenge, how we respond to it, is up to us

This is the time when we should start focusing on creating employment opportunities in tier 3 and tier 4 cities and even in rural areas, so people can find the employment near their homes and don’t need to migrate to metros in search of employment.

Job data; faster PM Narendra Modi acts on it, the better: It should also capture migrants’ data

Transparency and availability of data was a big hallmark of Narendra Modi 1.0 government, with various information available on dashboard and a click of a button, similarly this would be a game changing achievement for Narendra Modi 2.0.

Law against fake news is need of the hour: Media can’t hide anymore behind the freedom of speech

Article 19.1.a b which deals with freedom of speech and expression is universally applicable to all the citizens, including journalists. There is no special provision under the constitution for freedom of speech to the media.

Why Ram Mandir

generation or two, Bharatiyas have resisted, sacrificed and survived one invasion after another. The reclaiming of this ancient site and building a grand temple is a civilization accepting the challenge of the competing invasive cultures and declaring in one voice that we are here to stay.

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भारत में व्याप्त सामाजिक असामानता केवल एक वर्ग विशेष के साथ जिसे कि दलित कहा जाता है के साथ ही व्यापक रूप से प्रभावी है परंतु आर्थिक असमानता को केवल दलितों में ही व्याप्त नहीं माना जा सकता।

The story of Lord Jagannath and Krishna’s heart

But do we really know the significance of this temple and the story behind the incomplete idols of Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Maa Shubhadra?

Avrodh: the web-series that looks more realistic and closer to the truth!

The web-series isn't about the one Major who lead the attack, its actually about the strike and the events that lead to it, Major was a part of a big picture like others who fought alongside him, the snipers, the national security advisor so on and so forth.

Two nation theory after independence

Two Nation Theory was the basis of partition of India. Partition was accepted based on the assumption that the Muslims staying back in India because they rejected the Two Nation theory. However, later decades proved that Two Nation Theory is not only subscribed by a large section of Indian Muslims but also being nourished by the appeasement politics.

Striking similarities between the death of Parveen Babi and Sushant Singh Rajput: A mere co-incidence or well planned murders?

Together Rhea and Bhatt’s media statements subtly and cleverly project Sushant as some kind of a nut job like Parveen Babi, another Bhatt conjuring.
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