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August 6, 2019

Let us face it, it was never about Ladakh. It was always about Jammu & Kashmir and between these two regions too, it was almost always about Kashmir. So, going ahead and bifurcating the state is a non issue from historical, geographical and political perspective.  Despite all attempts, Ladakh, with its charming Buddhist heritage, remains aloof from what is happening in J&K and it should have been like this only. To those who are saying [...]Read More

August 5, 2019
Jammu, Kashmir, ladakh, Pakistan & China

Time: 2:00 This map changed. Please visit The Proposed Map of Jammu & Kashmir UT and Ladakh UT Map of Jammu and Kashmir has several claims and counter claims. Our team worked on ground situation and drew a map broadly on the lines of who controls what and where. Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India but parts of it are controlled by China and Pakistan. Our this map image is a near [...]Read More

April 25, 2019
Map Showing International Border Lines of India

A border line is a dividing line that marks the territorial limits between two countries. Our country India shares land borders with seven countries including Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan and maritime borders with Sri Lanka, Maldives and Indonesia. It has 15,106.7 kilometres of land border and a coastline of 7,516 kilometres including its island territories. Given below is a list of important boundary lines, and the list of states which share [...]Read More

March 3, 2019

Cricket is not just a game in India, it is a religion. So when it comes to a game of cricket, the Indians see it more than just a sport. Players are given demigod status and are worshiped in this country. The emotion and euphoria that the fans have are unmatched in any other country. So it is but natural that given the events that have happened in the past fortnight, a big question has [...]Read More

February 18, 2019
The Life After of a Martyr’s Family

The four factors taken into consideration while selecting a candidate for the army are – head, heart, guts, and limbs. Guts is of course of the utmost importance in the selection procedure. Along with the army men, the families too certainly possess the factor- guts. Especially the army wives, they are full of guts and determination. For every time their husband go for a field posting, she knows that he may return wrapped in the [...]Read More

February 15, 2019
pulwama-attack

Why did Pulwama happen? Where is our intelligence? Where is our counter intelligence? We always talk about our people in Pakistan’s administration and defense forces, where were they? Busy watching Uri or Raazi and congratulating themselves? Yesterday we were once again exposed as a nation. Our children and the world saw us as a banana republic and a sleeping duck where a Pulwama can happen. Sad and unacceptable. Lot of tweets and posts are saying [...]Read More

January 9, 2019
Indo-Pak Relations

On 18th August 2018, Pakistan appointed its 22nd Prime Minister, Imran Khan. With his tenure, also began a set of speculations- what would the appointment mean for the crumbling Indo-Pak ties? The two countries share a complicated past, no doubt. Bilateral talks have been close to negligible in the past few years, with each side blaming the other for the stagnancy. Now, with a new Prime Minister in the picture for Pakistan, will things change? [...]Read More

October 16, 2018
The Unending Game- Book Review

The Unending Game, authored by former R&AW Chief Vikram Sood, is an informative account of the history of espionage along with perspective on gathering and securing intelligence. Examples and anecdotes are provided from across the world with a special focus on India. Complexities of espionage and how espionage and surveillance have grown humongous with the growth in telecommunications and social media have been explored. However, despite the development of these other sources of intelligence, classic [...]Read More

July 28, 2018

Imran Khan’s journey to become the Prime Minister of Pakistan has been filled with rejection, despair, jubilation, gloom, defeat, and triumph. From captaining the Pakistan Cricket to its first and only World Cup glory back in 1992 to be on the verge of becoming the next Prime Minister of the nation, Imran Khan has traversed a long way. This is the second time in the country’s coup-stricken history that a successive democratic government is being [...]Read More

July 25, 2018
Pakistan General Elections 2018

India and Pakistan gained independence more or less at the same time with a difference . Both the neighbouring countries have had a different electoral history, there has been a stark contrast. India’s electoral history has been occasionally marred by controversy, while Pakistan’s electoral history has been time and again halted by the military coups that destabilised the democratic institutions within the country. Pakistan is heading for parliamentary elections on 25th July, with former Pakistan [...]Read More

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