While traditionalists might argue that India must remain prepared for another conventional war with an increasingly aggressive China or a Jihadi linked Pakistani army, but that cannot wish away the re
The book is written by a serving government servant who is widely regarded for his insights on Naxalism, in the context of the conflict.
As many have argued, the Mumbai Terror Attacks of 2008 may not be a new phenomenon. Indeed, India has been a victim of fidayeen-style attack before,
It’s not easy being a police person in India, not when eight out of…
An agonising story from a crime reporter when 26/11 unfolded
In the recent years, the nature of threats and the perceptions around these have radically changed at a global scale
Anil Bhat provides a status report on steps taken for Indian coastal security
For the past two decades India has faced, virtually on its own, challenges posed by terrorism sponsored from across its borders.
The discourse is that India is in the cross hairs of the global Islamist enterprise. The terror India has been subject to, that culminated in the Mumbai 26/11 attacks is evident.
Two recent incidents, the first a successful attack and the second an attempt, on civil aviation testify once again