by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Champions Trophy, Cricket, Dhoni, Leadership, Youth
Mahendra Singh Dhoni or MSD has lead Indian Cricket to greater heights with success coming in all formats of the game. He was given the captaincy in 2007 after the debacle in world cup despite having senior players like Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag in the team. He lead a very young team to [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Development, Growth, Leadership, Population, Society
Every year India adds to its population, the population of countries such as Cameroon (14.7 mn), Kazakhstan (15.4 mn), Madagascar (15.1mn) and Netherlands (15.8mn). UN demographers estimate that by the year 2016, India will have more people than in Europe and in the next 3 decades we will overtake China as most populous nation.
You will [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Armed Forces, History, Leadership, Politics, Region, Society, Wars
Over the last year or so, the incursion of Chinese troops on Indian soil has gone up. The Indian Army has said that it has registered the protest with Chinese officials but it still looked lethargic in their approach to me.
The government is just playing down these border violations by saying that it is not [...]
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by admin | Tags: Armed Forces, Awareness, Border Dispute, China, Diplomacy, Foreign Affairs, History, india, Leadership, Politics, Region
A prosperous, militarily strong China cannot but be a threat to its neighbours, especially if there are no constraints on the exercise of Chinese power, notes Brahma Chellaney, professor of strategic studies at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.
The latest round of the unending and fruitless India-China talks on territorial disputes was a fresh [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Independence Day, india, Leadership, Politics, Society, Youth
“Hesitating to act because the whole vision might not be achieved or others yet not share it, is an attitude that only hinders the progress.”- MK Gandhi
CELEBRATING ITS 63rd Independence Day, today (August 15), India has come a long way since 1947, with a mixture of both success and failure. The next decade is going [...]
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by admin | Tags: Awareness, China, Foreign Policy, Government, india, Leadership, Region
Almost coinciding with the 13th round of Sino-Indian border talks (New Delhi , August 7-8, 2009), an article (in the Chinese language) has appeared in China captioned ‘If China takes a little action, the so-called Great Indian Federation can be broken up’ (Zhong Guo Zhan Lue Gang, www.iiss.cn, Chinese, August 8, 2009).
Interestingly, it has been [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Armed Forces, Batalik, Drass, History, Kargil, Leadership, Society, Wars, Youth
TEN YEARS have passed since the Indian Armed Forces fought one of the toughest wars against Pakistani intruders at Kargil, Drass and Batalik. July 26 is Vijay Divas – and commemorates this victory. It was 26 July 1999 when the last of the Pakistan Army intruders beat a retreat leaving their fallen compatriots in uniform [...]
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by admin | Tags: AK Antony, Armed Forces, Leadership, Operation Vijay, Politics, Society, Wars, Youth
It used to be an eerie landmark; the tree I saw everyday in the summer of 1999, blackened and ripped by incessant bombing at the old brigade headquarters, is green again.
But much else has withered. The legacy of the Kargil war, one of the toughest wars of modern military history — far tougher than Iraq [...]
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by admin | Tags: Armed Forces, General VP Malik, History, Interviews, Kargil, Leadership, Wars, Youth
Mumbai: Ten years after India’s stirring military victory at Tiger Hill in Kargil, the then Army Chief General VP Malik has broken his silence.
For the first time on television, he has confessed that the high casualties suffered by the Indian Army during the Kargil War were agonising for the military leadership. The General bares his [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Armed Forces, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Government, Kargil, Leadership, Politics, Saurabh Kalia, Society
A DECADE ago, Indian Armed Forces fought one of the toughest battles in Kargil against Pakistani soldiers and terrorists. The enemy was uprooted and it became an embarrassment for the enemy who declined to accept the bodies of its nationals.
How many of you remember the name Saurabh Kalia today? If you don’t, then for your [...]
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