April 25, 2017
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Invisible pangs
NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2016: China is pursuing a different state policy under the visionary leadership of Xi Jinping which is not very much known till date to contain some of its
Sharpening paws
SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2016: India is planning to upgrade INS Vikramaditya aircraft carrier to give it a special capability to hit the targets with more accurately and high level of lethality
Uncut deal
JULY-AUGUST 2016: As the post-NSG meeting in Seoul has erupted with spat between India and China as the latter was asking for clearing procedural hurdles to secure membership
Holy sinners
MAY-JUNE 2016: The probe into Agusta chopper deal may have brought out some new facts into the public domain  about the involvement of top ranking officials in India but the deal was cleared
Protective shield
MARCH-APRIL 2016: Amid tensions in the Asian region due to growth of terrorism and geopolitical ambitions of some rouge nations, the United States has been making fresh offer to
Virtual sanctuary
JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2016: The Islamic State is using Internet as prime source of reaching out to carders among South Asian origin people and find new recruits in the region who are net
Clarity crunch
NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2015: The much talked French Rafale deal in which Indian Air Force is supposed to acquire 36 fighters from French manufacturer Dassault Aviation has run into rough
Outsourcing battle
SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2015: Terror groups from West Asia and North African region are slowly making inroads into South Asia and Central Asian nations in a bid to consolidate their influence and get recruits to fight for their own brand of Islam after Arab fighters are showing diminishing strength.
Overcoming hurdles
JULY-AUGUST 2015: All future acquisition process for getting surface to air missiles for Indian armed forces may face new sets of hurdles after procedural formalities are not being met due to lack of intra departmental coordination involving MoD and other ministries.
Altering profile
MAY-JUNE 2015: The MMRCA deal, once touted as mother of all defence deals, is now being replaced with Rafale deal but the new deal may fuel a fresh round of competition between